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Eclectic Guitar

A place for those who appreciate guitar music which crosses stylistic and technical boundaries.

Members: 24
Latest Activity: Feb 15, 2014

When you just have to mix things up a little...

Eclectic (e-ˈklek-tik)
1: selecting what appears to be best in various doctrines, methods, or styles
2: composed of elements drawn from various sources
Guitar (gə-ˈtär)
A flat-bodied stringed instrument with a long fretted neck and usually six strings played with a pick or with the fingers

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Comment by Brandon Dyke on February 16, 2012 at 10:02am

New solo guitar EP, Timeless Moments, is on itunes and amazon for purchase here are the links! I hope you enjoy guys!  I would love it if you could rate and review as well.  Thanks!



Comment by John H on January 11, 2012 at 7:25pm

My Telecaster is finished. Sounds and feels great. Lowest and fastest action I've ever played. Tiny bit of low E and A string buzz. Will get Mike at GC Cherry Hill to do a set up for me. Sounds and feels great though. Fun and rewarding project.

Comment by Steve Widmeyer on October 20, 2010 at 2:59pm
I have my most fun rehearsing when I look at a song I've performed the same way for years and say, "I wonder what this would sound like if I . . . ." (add some jazz chords, switch from steel to nylon or vice versa, flatpick instead of fingerpick or vice versa, etc.).
Comment by John Gundrum on July 28, 2010 at 1:28pm
Eclectic.. A few extra strings here and there. I think so

Very nicely done!
Comment by Andy Stone on June 23, 2010 at 10:31am
Comment by James Moore on October 19, 2009 at 9:18pm
Blues mixes well with a great many genres. Folk, gospel, rock, country, etc can be spiced with blue notes, 12 bar phasing, and more. Classical music lends itself to jazz for me. Right now I am enjoying Gabriela and Rodrigo. Gabriela's rythm guitar is interesting to me. Her technique; latin, rock and quasi-flamenco is great fun. However, there are many flamenco techniques and rythms that could be explored with India's raga's, tabla drums, etc. There is not enough hours in a day. So I will settle for using plugging in 10th chords into a blues song. Maybe, a little improvisation before bed. I might play some Beethoven on my classical, a little "Fur Elise" in "a" minor mixed with some blue notes, whole step bends, flamenco rythm, and a diatonic run or two.

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