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I play slide on this little parlor, 13's on it, slightly raised action, tuned in open D.
I bought a Masterbilt DR-500R, couldn't resist, such a nice sound.
very nice !
Yep, full scale.
This is mine: a cheap ($200) Harley Benton parlor size guitar, with solid spruce top. Sounds and looks cute.
Nice. What string gauge do you use?
This seems a good device to stabilize a 12 string bridge. Has anyone experience with it?...
Tuning it down instead of going for lighter strings is a smart move.
Does the label say "made in Taiwan"? Could be late seventies, early eighties.
Great no "fluff" guitars.
Leadbelly used this on his Stella: .014, .014; .019, .019; .022, .022; .038, .019; .048, .019; .070, .014, wich seems incredible lol
Well, I didn't know Arlo West, now I do.
You make such great music.
Leo Kottke uses .013 .016 .024 for the high strings, and .054 for the low E.
What a beautiful guitar! The smaller size must make it a dream to hold and play. Do you play fingerstyle on it?
I've never seen a Taylor, local...
You're playing bends great with your voice, it's all so fluent. What did you do to get such a "bluesy" voice?
Very nice. Great voice too.
I think I miss some electric guitar parts though.
I want heavier ones, tuned 1 step down (D). I use 13-56's on my six string acoustic, I don't mind a little resistance from the strings, as long as...
I figured out the "ideal" string gauge for my Tele and six string acoustic, but I'm really puzzled about my twelve string. Help!
I think that's a good point, I changed to a paired G right now and I like it.
What string gauge do you use? I have .010 .010 .014 .014 .023 .009 .030 .012 .039 .018 .047 .027 on it for the moment, tuned down a step. I don't...
Some people argue that the soundhole pickup reduces the vibration of the top, affecting the sound of the guitar.
Wouldn't a 12 string sound better if the third strings were tuned in unison?
Me doing my best to figure out fingerstyle lol