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For a cover band, that's a pretty solid set list.
i think this is syncopated 5 after an intro in 4
My wife bought me an electric blower for our second wedding anniversary.
For our third anniversary, I bought her a blender.
I feel you on this.
All my best work is totally irrational.
Fat Lion went in the roadhouse tele (on the left) for mid-50s spec
the spread voicings here make me think the three main chords were on a guitar first
I dig this as "airport music"
the Django of the Telecaster
I know young people who would go, "who's that grandpa rocking the pink hat?"
TD is 75?
you guys are some old rockin' mofos!
I srsly thought you were all in your 50s-60s
young tidippriers oughta pull up chairs and listen...
this is sharp
nice playing here, and the baritone is a plus
I wanna party with that dude
wow, surprises everywhere!
ah, well, there's a lifetime
I stumbled onto this overall record about eight years ago and have become obsessed with every detail
lately, I'm learning everything there is to...
I'm with you, but "columbused" is a little hard to say. My pet theory is that everything linguistic is going to reduce, given enough centuries, to...
It's good to celebrate both. I don't understand why don't celebrate MORE. In Louisiana, everything was looked at as an excuse to party.
Exploration is good.
x-braced guitars are so complex ...
maybe it would be better to start with a bridge for a ladder-braced guitar like a Selmer-style
to clarify, I think the ideal bridge somehow transfers 100% of vibrating string energy to the top
this is great, thanks all
what about the powdered metal products?
make a light powdered-metal lattice
man I did not need to open this thread on a Saturday...
my brother has a good 3D printer and excellent CAD skills
I'm interested in bridges for acoustic guitars
AFAIK, what we want is
true, but I think the drama of flamenco music lies in delaying it as long as possible, within the form