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- Posted on Nov 20th 2008 4:00PM by Steve Baltin
At 92, Paul is one of the few who can say, "They're all old friends of mine."
And the guitar innovator remains charmingly humble about the honor, crediting others for his success. "Those were the fellas that made the guitar possible today," he tells Spinner. "I'm lucky they were looking for a Les Paul -- like Paul McCartney, Slash, Jeff Beck or Jimmy Page. They all wanted to have the guitar and if it weren't for them, I probably wouldn't be known at all."
If only Lou Reed were so modest.