A short lived three-piece (with no drummer) that served to get three friends started
just after the summer of 1962. The band played one or two original instrumental
compositions (one called ‘The train’) and an assortment of instrumentals.
The band took their name from their Rapier Guitars (which Joe, left, and Roger, right,
can be seen playing above), which cost them 25 guineas each.
They played twice during the intervals on Saturday morning at the Capitol Cinema, St
Austell, playing to a cinema full of young children with three guitars fed through one
25 Watt amplifier.