L.L. Bean travels to the Mule headquarters in Michigan to find the origins of
"The New Sound of Steel."
guitar with a slotted head-stock and a P-90 pickup, and have given or maybe
lost most of my daylight hours to bottleneck slide for the past week. I...
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Built with my dad, Pops Mule, made from roasted maple it is awesome and it is Mule resonator #600