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Passing along songs, playing tips and tricks to those who are just starting or want to learn some classic tunes

Members: 20
Latest Activity: Mar 27

How it works

Please look at my two lists below. One is alpha by artist the other alpha by song title. Pick something you'd like to learn and I'll do what I can to help you learn it. That means a transcription, a short video and email correspondence to help you out.

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New requests? 6 Replies

We've added a few new members but there are no requests for songs! Feel free to ask for a lesson on any of the songs on the lists and I'll send a transcription and post videos to help you learn your…Continue

Started by Terry Angelli. Last reply by Terry Angelli Mar 23.

How are you doing?

I'd love to hear from you guys who've requested songs to see how you are progressing.I've recently added a quick lesson for "Let Her Cry" - by Hootie & The Blowfish.I'm hoping to put up The…Continue

Started by Terry Angelli Feb 15, 2014.

Vincent tab 9 Replies

Good morning. I received a tab for the song Vincent. As I am picking my way through it I find it a little tough as I have never heard this version (not Chet Atkins version), which would have…Continue

Started by Marty. Last reply by Terry Angelli Jan 27, 2013.

The Master List, alpha by artist 7 Replies

Here is a copy of my so called "master" list which is alpha by artist. I've posted the same list alpha by song in another discussion. I don't pretend to know each and every song on this list inside…Continue

Started by Terry Angelli. Last reply by Marty Sep 23, 2012.

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Comment by Terry Angelli on March 24, 2015 at 4:44pm

Welcome Mary Mac to the group! As I tell all new members have a look at my lists and send me a request. I'll do what I can to help you learn your selection. I already have several "lessons" posted here: http://www.acousticguitarcommunity.com/profile/TerryAngelli

Comment by Terry Angelli on March 23, 2015 at 5:13pm

Welcome Rich McDonough! Feel free to browse the lists and ask for lessons to learn your choice. As Dave Finger said, the Seagull group is a great bunch of guys. I belong and I own a Martin (among others). There are also many other groups and all you need do is click the "groups" tab at the top of all pages and browse or search.

Comment by Dave Fengler on March 23, 2015 at 1:49pm

Rich - Join the Seagull group also, even if you don't own a Seagull guitar.  A great bunch of guys.  The topics don't always stay on Seagull.  It's the most active group on AGC.

Comment by Rich McDonough on March 23, 2015 at 1:25pm

Just joined,looks like a great group.

Comment by Terry Angelli on March 12, 2015 at 2:48pm
You know I never look! I probably should so I could pick up a beater to tinker with. No, no name change yet but we are within 2" of breaking a record. It's supposed to snow for a while tomorrow so we might just do it.
Comment by Dave Fengler on March 12, 2015 at 9:42am

There are always some interesting guitars on Craigslist in the Boston area.  A little far for me to drive to look at them.

Did they change the nickname of Boston from Bean Town to Snow Town?

Comment by Terry Angelli on March 12, 2015 at 7:14am

Yes I know where Wallingford is. I'm currently just outside of Boston.

Comment by Dave Fengler on March 11, 2015 at 5:54pm

I'm in Wallingford CT.  Ron Khoo (Seagull forum) lives in Danbury.  That's about an hour from me.  I thought I saw somewhere you're in MA?

Comment by Terry Angelli on March 11, 2015 at 5:45pm
Are you in New England? I lived in Danbury, CT for 12 years! Anyhow, that is steep to build your own guitar. I saw an ad on CL for a local music store that had an one day electric guitar building program for $250.00. But what kind of a guitar are you gonna wind up with for that short $? Especially considering that the store needs to make a profit.
Comment by Dave Fengler on March 11, 2015 at 5:33pm

No problem.  I still may build a kit someday, maybe in 10-15 years when I'm close to retirement.  There are places you can go and build a guitar from raw wood.  I know of a guy in Milford Ct that runs classes.  EXPENSIVE!!!  I think it was over $3000!!!  If I had cash flowing out of my pores I'd definitely jump on that, but we're smothered in bills.  I'll stick to fixing up junkers.

 

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