Henry Goldrich, Gear Guru to Rock Stars, Is Dead a


matonanjin2
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I didn't know if this should go here, or in the "Gear Discussion" subforum. Or maybe it should go in "Places to Go..." that subforum!

I have seen many references to "Manny's Music" in different stories about different guitar legends. I remember in Clapton's autobiography his mentioning getting some guitar there.

Henry Goldrich, Gear Guru to Rock Stars, Is Dead at 88


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ChristopherSchlegel
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Originally Posted by: matonanjin2

I have seen many references to "Manny's Music" in different stories about different guitar legends. I remember in Clapton's autobiography his mentioning getting some guitar there.

In the late 80s I lived in NJ for a year & worked at a guitar manufacturer. We occasionally delivered finished guitars to various 48th Street stores & it was always a blast! On weekends I would take a trip there just to hang out & play their gear. :)[br][br]At the time there were several music stores in the area as well as several pawn stores with random boxes of guitar parts & gear. I remember finding some pickups, old Fender tuners, and vibrato assembly parts there when I was experimenting with partscasters!

I never met or spoke with Mr. Goldrich, but I remember someone pointing him out & saying he was the owner. Going into Manny's was always a treat.

Thanks for the link!


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