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Offline Matthew Hill

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Calling all Frying Pans
« on: August 26, 2007, 02:51:43 PM »
Hello All,
As part of my research into the early Electro String Company, I am trying to document the changes in the aluminium-bodied Rickenbacker (spelled “Rickenbacker” on most instruments) Frying Pan. I hope to compile a catalogue of instruments and serial numbers in order to better understand the development of this instrument, the first commercially successful electric guitar. I am interested in all frying pans, even the later ones made during the 1950s. If you would like to help me, please send me photos of your frying pan, along with any other pertinent or interesting information you might have (especially any known provenance or alterations/non-original features of the instrument). For more information please got to
http://www.organology.org/A%20Call%20for%20Frying%20Pans.htm
Thanks,
Matthew





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Re: Calling all Frying Pans
« Reply #1 on: September 01, 2007, 08:05:40 PM »
If anyone in this forum knows where to find this guy,
http://www.rickbeat.com/gallery/tonyeric/tonyeric.htm
PLEASE LET ME KNOW! He could be in Denmark and Tony Eric is probably not his real name.


You can also contact Matthew Hill with this information.