In Harmony with Harmony!! Pun intended

Discussion in 'Acoustic Heaven' started by wood&steel, Feb 25, 2012.

  1. wood&steel

    wood&steel TDPRI Member

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    I've noticed that when writing with this guitar that it seems to push me to a different style. I love that. Does anyone have that guitar that just begs for a certain style or pushes your boundaries

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  2. Greg.Coal

    Greg.Coal Tele-Afflicted

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    You'd think nearly all do . . . some more than others. I can invoke that state, however, by playing an acoustic amplified - maybe with some delay, chorus, etc. but even jut plain amplified it comes back differently to me.

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  3. zombywoof

    zombywoof Friend of Leo's

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    I have got seven acoustics in the house (including an early block letter logo Sovereign) and I would say nope. They all have different shapes and voices but I can pick any one of them up at any time and get whatever I want out of them. Never tried to categorize them like this one is best for some fingerpicked dirt-under-your fingernails blues while this one excels at strumming a Stones tune. No matter which one I play I just sound like me.
     
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    I have to say ,having a few gtrs to choose from ,when writing each one ...maybe the sound...maybe the action,who knows? brings out something else in my writing ! Pehaps its the mood that gtr. puts you in.
     
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