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M. Steven Smith's Groups (9)

  • Sugar Mountain: The Neil Young Group ...

    30 members Latest Activity: 13 hours ago

    A place dedicated to to discussion of the music, the career, the life, of Neil Young ... one of the most enduring, prolific and…

  • Home Recording

    403 members Latest Activity: Jul 27 Share your setup and tips here.

  • Alternate Tunings

    287 members Latest Activity: on Monday Discussions regarding the use of alternate tunings, and how alternate tunings can enhance the musicality of guitar music.

  • Oldies, But Goodies

    86 members Latest Activity: Jul 7 This is a place for those of us who have been playing for 30 plus years to discuss our unique perspectives, experiences and concerns.

  • Takamine Owners Group

    54 members Latest Activity: Aug 18

    Tak Owners Unite!  Lets talk all things Tak...everything from the "Lawsuit" years to the newest models! 

  • Coffee House Players

    184 members Latest Activity: Jul 11 A place to talk about your gigs and your song list and what ever else you want to talk aboout

  • Bluegrass (Pickers)

    38 members Latest Activity: Jun 8 A place to get together and talk and play Bluegrass.

  • Worship Leaders

    41 members Latest Activity: Sep 13 a forum for worship leaders or church musicians to share ideas and encourage one another.

  • Picks, Picks, Picks

    57 members Latest Activity: Aug 21

    Flatpicks, fingerpicks...pics of your favorite picks and why!

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