Pete Drake’s “Forever”

What is the weird device used by the guitarist? Let his Wikipedia page explain:

You play the notes on the guitar and it goes through the amplifier. I have a driver system so that you disconnect the speakers and the sound goes through the driver into a plastic tube. You put the tube in the side of your mouth then form the words with your mouth as you play them. You don't actually say a word: The guitar is your vocal cords, and your mouth is the amplifier. It's amplified by a microphone.

     Posted By: Paul - Fri May 26, 2023
     Category: Aliens | Music | Technology | Adaptations, Reworkings, Recastings and New Versions | 1960s

That's the device used to good effect by Pete Frampton on his live recording album in 1975.
Posted by KDP on 05/26/23 at 10:35 AM
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