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The more you use the tone and volume pots the more flexible the instrument becomes. I don't think it occurs to more than 10% of players (and...
When I did a lot of gigging I only practiced standing. Now that I only play in my studio I sit 90% of the time but with my guitar on a strap so...
As you're discovering, when we're 'thinking' we're not really 'playing.' You didn't mention how many hours per day you're putting into this? It...
I record improvised and semi-improvised music and teach technique to advanced students. I started out in the recording studio, then spent my time...
I own an Anderson (Angel) and will probably have one or two more in the future but when I wanted to replace my LP I ended up with a PRS SC58 with...
It just takes a lot of practice.
It's like training wheels. The pro doesn't need a training aid but probably used a training aid before they were a pro.
The funny thing about...
I give 'lessons' on technique through Skype and FaceTime, though, most people who contact me simply need to practice more so I just tell them to...
The oil and wax finish a la EBMM
For better or worse, I've been influenced by a lot of players across many styles and genres but, rather than learning their licks and tricks,...
The Mickey Baker books have a lot of stuff like this -- you don't need notation reading skills
It depends on the player. If it's "buzz" I don't like it. A little "rattle" in the right context can be cool. But I try to dial in a touch of...
I play my Anderson every day. I named my Carvin 'Dusty' :D
Enjoy that new Anderson, what a great company making killer guitars. :cool:
In these kinds of situations the answer is always 'both'
I have both. I prefer the tone of the JP15 but I like the neck carve on the Maj. a bit more. The thing is a rail gun.
NAMM 2018 guitar:...
Fretless 7-string headless
Now owned by Jeff Berg
I put one in the bridge position of my NiteFly. I think it's fantastic.
I like mine a lot but the pots and switch are garbage. Easy fix.
Check out Danny Gatton
Yeah, getting the fingers involved (with or without a pick) sure makes a lot of things possible that are pretty much impossible otherwise.
Usually. However, I have an Anderson with what they call "Heavy" frets which are pretty wide at the base but have an almost triangular shape with...
I can handle low frets so long as the crown profile is just right.
It's more of a crown shape than just width per se .... for example, PRS will put a different fret crown shape on some models for a different feel....
Anyway, there are a lot of variables in neck geometry, fret profile, and finish, etc., that determine how stiff or slinky a guitar will play.