1997 Seville sts
I'm a harmonica player myself... cadillacs and blues go hand in hand. Even if you don't play, any enthusiasts?
I don't know alot about guitars, but those look pretty nice. The hohner Great little harp is a diatonic and is a great standby/campfire harp. If it was your grandma's I'm guessing it's pretty old (no offense) anyway, the ones they are coming out with nowadays are insane, laser cut pro-harps.... but little Walter made due with the old school stuff.Besides the generic blues shuffle taught to me so that I could jam a long with my Dad when I was a teen.
Howlin Wolf Smokestack Lightening is about as much as I was ever taught.
My Dad's 1960's Supro Dual Tone given to me by Dad it was his first guitar.
My Gram played Harmonica this was her's I kept it as a remembrance, Maybe you can tell me more about it??
Good to see musicians around.
Though it can't be called blues, I play sax...love the be-bop era, rhythm changes and typically anything other than a 1-4-5 progression 12 - bar blues.
Though, it has its place, blues will generally bore the crap out of me...with a twinge of fear (play enough gigs in ratty establishments...just after 2 am can be a pain...)
Now give me some JWalker and the all stars or Sam and Dave (hold-on, I'm com in') and I am all in!