archatlas:

H House Sae Min Oh – BANG by MIN [via]

devidsketchbook:

CITYSCAPES 

City paintings of Jeremy Mann (facebook)

(Source: th3motherfuck)

deebeeus:

Red hair and black leather, my favourite colour scheme 

1997/98 Rickenbacker 360, turquoise-glo*

I love the incredible red-ish rosewood that only Ric seems to use.  No other (mass production) guitar companies (that I am aware of) seem to ever use any rosewood anywhere near this colour.  WTF?  Why are Ricky fretboards so red?!?  I love them…but WHY are the they only ones that look like this?!?

* The real name for this colour is just plain old “turquoise”, but that isn’t “Ric” enough for me.  So I took it upon myself to Rick-ify the name in the tradition of their well known finishes like “mapleglo” (natural), “fireglo” (sunburst) and “jetglo” (black).  See how much more fun everything is when you stick a “glo” at the end?  So, “turquoise-glo” it shall be for evermore.

PS: here’s a video that will help put the first line above in context..it’s not Richard Thompson himself performing it, but these guys do a great bluegrass-y cover version of Thompson’s incredible song “1952 Vincent Black Lightning”.  Dig it!

rocknrollvintageguitars:

1975 Fender Starcaster Sunburst

Fender had already tried the hollowbody market with the Coronado, but with their next attempt they went a bit further. The Starcaster is loaded up with a set of their new Seth-Lover designed “Wide Range” pickups for a punchier sound. It also received the off-set treatment and the coolest headstock they ever devised. While not an instant-classic, it has since been embraced by players of every genre and clean examples like this have become quite sought after.

This guitar is currently for sale at Rock N Roll Vintage in Chicago. Contact us for further details: 773 878 8616 rocknrollvintage@gmail.com