At the culmination of the last chorus, Mack debuts one of his signature licks, repeatedly picking a high, bent note while simultaneously shaking his guitar’s Bigsby vibrato arm (which, according to legend, was dubbed the whammy bar after Mack repeated the trick on his follow-up singl. Joining them was a young guitar slinger from southern Indiana named Lonnie Mack, who in 1963 unexpectedly hit the charts with his instrumental cover of Chuck Berry’s Memphis.
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Strike Like Lightning. I would recommend the wham of that Memphis Man for your first Lonnie Mack album but this is a good second choice. One person found this helpful.
Mack also was fond of his Magnatone amplifier. Just about everyone else was using Fender amplifiers, but Mack loved the True Vibrato effect of the Magnatone. I know a good source that saw Lonnie Mack back in the mid 1960’s playing at local clubs. Lonnie Mack originally used a Magnatone 260 to get his signature sound. This amp had the true FM (frequency modulation) vibrato, but no reverb. Lonnie needed a louder amp, so he later ran his Flying V into an old blonde Fender Reverb Unit then into the Magnatone amplifier into a Magnatone M-9 that was modified by a fellow named Gene Lawson.
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Full Album: "Lonnie Mack – Strike Like Lightning" 1986. The song is present on the album, "Lonnie Mack: The. Lonnie Mack - Memphis.