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How do you like that bridge setup? Looks intriguing.
Sorry, I misread. Somehow I got electric or acoustic.
The sun was in my eyes?
Reverend Airwave. Very good player, great sound, easy to work on.
Not my transcription work but I am enjoying this, very guitar accessible.
Body shape made its way to the Martino sig model*.
*Gibson not Benedetto, sorry.
@Ron Kirn Thanks for sharing some real history. Great stuff.
An old school chair. One of the middle schools at which I worked some renovation was going on and they were throwing out about 20 or so. I asked...
They offer many cool lessons. You buy it and access on the site. You can download some things. I got Martino...
Thanks for posting that @Tag, I forgot about that. Unlike most on this thread I am not a “legit” jazzer but more hippie trash jam freak with a...
Love the Tradition 2.75, been using them a good while now. I have a good little stash but maybe I could use some green ones.
Loved his book, time to revisit.
I only play mine at home, more of a diversion than serious pursuit. Started too late. Fun though.
I tune to E7, B D E G# B E.
Posting a version of a guitarist playing differently on the tune?
A more modern take? Subjective but many might agree. Or not.
@Lucidology, I had one too but I sold it. I wasn’t playing it as much as the LP, didn’t bond with the gold, white trim, even the headstock....
After a PT rehabbed torn rotator cuff in left shoulder and occasional tendonitis in the elbow I have lightened the bottom, liking it. Still like...
Reverend Airwave solved it for me. Someone on here recommended (can’t remember, sorry) and I checked it out. Great player, good sound, easy to...
Forced is a strong word.
The writer of the article is a union activist, not a bad thing in and of itself but might account for any bias.
Several of the local full timers are doing with “virtual tip jar”.
See Phillip. As in fill up the jar.
Latency makes playing together a no go but doable otherwise.
I have been known to sycophant on public streets in broad daylight!*
*with apologies to Mad magazine’s “Non-Slanderous Slander Speech”
At the bottom of the article:
[Editor’s note: Heritage Guitars has a partnership with BandLab Technologies, the parent company of Guitar.com.]
Also, Pat is having a very tough go right now, needs a little help. Heartbreaking to hear he cannot play right now....
One more share: when I lived in DC we attended the 2005 Thelonius Monk Jazz Competition, now called Herbie Hancock, guitar that year. We attended...