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He was the only hell his mama ever raised....
*shaking head ruefully*
Hagerstown (Kix) and Waldorf (Good Charlotte) are almost 100 miles apart!
What town are you from?
You're just listing artists from Maryland.
Though his most prolific years were spent in the DC area, Link was from North Carolina.
He has been alluded to in posts #247 and #280 in this...
very few make a living at or below the 5th fret either....
Yeah, nobody from Potomac.
Plenty from Montgomery County though.
It's only the same pitch for the 12th fret; I check/set my intonation at many frets.
Since I tune my guitar strings to the open, string that's...
I tune the open string to pitch, then check the pitch of the fretted string; what do I need a harmonic for?
Can the tuner tell if the harmonic is in tune without a signal?
Why can't the tuner tell you if the open note is in tune?
still don't get ya....
Where in MD?
I don't undertstand what that means, but I'm sure a tuner would tell you "which end needs to be adjusted".
Sometimes the situation escapes alleviation!
Yeah, if a guitar has very good intonation it doesn't really matter how you check/set its intonation.
It's when a guitar's intonation isn't too...
Assuming you have a tuner, why would you compare a harmonic to anything; just fret the string and check its pitch.
No, but it looks like you already know all you need to know; check/set the intonation at a couple of frets to spread the guitar's imperfect...
Switchblade was a great band!
BCC High School...
There is nothing special about the 12th fret.
Here is how I check/set the intonation:
Fret a B chord at the 7th fret and, as you're...
Roy Clark went to high school in DC, I think his dad worked at the Navy Yard.
Tori Amos is from Rockville, she went to Richard Montgomery HS....
Robert Gordon was at the Link Ray tribute show shortly after Link died and he was really, really, good.
Debbie Harry was born in Miami then adopted at age 3 months by a family in Passiac County New Jersey.