Electric Love lyrics were written by the late Bob Weir in 1966, and they’re a staple of the Grateful Dead’s classic 1969 album, The Other One.
But Weir wrote them in an unusual way.
Instead of using a piano, Weir used a guitar.
He used a black and white guitar with a string that he cut off.
It was a classic “classic” guitar, which means it was built for guitar playing and didn’t have any electronics.
And it was used for a different purpose: to sing a song that was meant to be played with a guitar and then played back with a microphone.
Weir’s guitar was the first acoustic guitar ever built.
And for those who weren’t familiar with the Grateful Band, the guitar was known as a “bob guitar.”
The other acoustic guitar in the band was a red-and-black electric.
This one, the one that was used by Weir, was called the “Electric Love.”
Weir recorded these songs with a small amp and a microphone, and he even used a speaker that he plugged into the microphone and played through the amp.
The idea for the electric guitar was inspired by the sounds of a pickup, Weir said in an interview with Deadspin in 2012.
It just seemed like the perfect guitar.
Weir was not the first to create a recording instrument using a guitar, but he is one of the earliest.
“There’s a song called ‘Sweet Child o’ Mine’ by Billy Joel and ‘Wonders and Wishes’ by Elvis Costello, that I think was written with an electric guitar,” he told Deadspin.
“They were both recorded with a standard pickup.
The thing that fascinated me about those songs was that they both came out of a studio and were recorded at the same time, but the acoustic guitar was played with two microphones, so the song was both a song written with two guitars and recorded at a studio.”
Weir told Deadrock that he wanted the songs to be sung with the same microphone and a guitar that had been played before the acoustic.
“I thought, ‘I want this to be my guitar.’
And I figured I would do what any good musician would do and I would take the acoustic from my wife and I’d take the electric from my guitar and put it together with the two microphones and play it back,” Weir said.
Weir told the magazine that he wrote the songs so that he could sing with a real guitar, and that the recording was the result of years of research.
“This was the original prototype that I had to build,” he said.
“The thing that I always did, I thought about this guitar for a long time.
It’s the one I played on the stage.
And I think it was about a year after I was doing that show, that my wife said, ‘Hey, let’s go get a guitar.’
I said, “Sure, let me get a little bit of a look at this.
It seems to be a very nice guitar.
“Weir said he used an acoustic pickup to create the guitar sound.
“And I put the mic in there. “
So I got one of those old Gibson guitars and put a little mic in it,” Weir told The Lad.
“And I put the mic in there.
And then I put this speaker on it.
And the speaker, by the way, is my speaker, too.
So I put it in the guitar.
And, of course, I’m trying to put the guitar in a position where I can hear what the guitar is doing.”
Weir’s electric guitar is the only one of its kind.
Other than a few rare ones that have been built, electric guitars have been made mostly in China.
Weir has a few electric guitars on display at the Grateful Bird Museum in Philadelphia, and there are also an assortment of acoustic guitars at a vintage guitar store in Los Angeles.
But he told the Lad that the electric is his favorite.
“It just seemed to fit me,” he wrote.
“Even the thing that you hear when you pick up that guitar, it’s a little more solid than the old one.
And that’s the only reason I had it made.
That’s what made it feel like it had more life to it.
I think that it’s like the soul of the guitar.”
Weir is known as the “Father of the Dead,” but his electric was built before his own guitar.
The electric guitar has also been used by some other musicians.
The Grateful Dead released a single in 1970 called “Eyes of the World.”
It was recorded in a studio that Weir and a friend used to record the song.
Weir said that he recorded it in a different room, which is why the electric’s sounds so different.
The Electric Guitar “Ears of the Earth” is one song that Weir has performed with an acoustic guitar.
It is an old acoustic that Weir played for the first time on stage in 1972.