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Boggs toured with Hank Penny's Radio Cowboys during 1936-1937, but was back in Oklahoma by 1937. He played with Wiley & Gene and Jimmy Wakely during the late '30s and formed his own band in 1941. By 1944, Boggs joined the king of Western swing bands, Bob Wills & the Texas Playboys. He replaced Leon McAuliffe in Wills' band and played for two years, appearing on many of the Tiffany Transcriptions and several Columbia sessions. Boggs left in 1946 to join another Western swing giant, Spade Cooley.
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Noel Boggs’ four-neck Stringmaster lap steel, made for him by Leo Fender. Its pickups are similar in design to those used on Fender’s Duosonic and Musicmaster Spanish-style six-string guitars, but with eight flush pole pieces rather than six. The neck closest to the player has master Volume and Tone controls with Tele-like knobs, said Lin Crowson, a member of the repair staff at Gruhn Guitars. In ’46, Boggs took a gig at the Hollywood Palladium, then rejoined Wills briefly before replacing Joaquin Murphey in Spade Cooley’s band, which played the Santa Monica Venice Pier Ballroom every Saturday night, Kienzle explained. That group – slicker and more musically adventurous than the Texas Playboys – featured a classical harp, and Cooley himself was a classically trained violinist who played ensemble parts with two or three other violinists in the band.