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Whats on in Boston

Started Sep 21, 2011

Whats on in Keene
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Scott Burgess Jun 4, 2011.

Whats on in Huntingdon
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Andy3Sheds Jun 1, 2011.

 

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Andy3Sheds replied to Michael Swift's discussion Seagull at the stores VS The Seagull we know and love! in the group "Seagull" Spoken Here ... (also fluent in "Godin" Gab)
"At the risk of being heretical try a Fylde!!  "
Jan 9, 2012
Andy3Sheds replied to FloridaGull's discussion Scale length... in the group "Seagull" Spoken Here ... (also fluent in "Godin" Gab)
"I'd agree that scale length matters but the chap who said body shape matters also has a valid point,though, true, he might not had any short scale guitars to sell! . I'd also chip in that 12 frets to the body also makes a…"
Dec 23, 2011
Dave Lewis replied to Andy3Sheds's discussion Carved tops in the group Acoustic Archtops
"I'm no expert on this, but it seems to me that a lot of this has to do with a perception of artistry and esthetics.  There are some fine high-end archtops with laminated tops - Dale Unger's sell for well over $5,000 and sound…"
Dec 14, 2011
Michael S. Jackson replied to Andy3Sheds's discussion Carved tops in the group Acoustic Archtops
"Someone once said: A guitar is a tree that doesn't yet know it's dead. Or something like that. When you press-shape wood, it wants to go back to its origninal shape. It tends to push outward (to flatten but the sides hold it in) and this…"
Dec 14, 2011
Andy3Sheds added a discussion to the group Acoustic Archtops
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Carved tops

I know its taken as given that a carved top on an archtop is preferable to a formed/pressed top. But why is that?Surely the severing of wood fibres in the caving process inhibits vibration. Can anyone explain?See More
Dec 14, 2011
Andy3Sheds replied to Jud Hair's discussion A Cautionary Tale ... :-( in the group "Seagull" Spoken Here ...
"Good Luck   Whats to lose!"
Oct 31, 2011
Andy3Sheds posted a discussion

Whats on in Boston

All being well I'll be in Boston midweek the week after next so whats not to be missed, I've never been there before so I've no idea whats onThanksAndySee More
Sep 21, 2011
Andy3Sheds commented on Andy3Sheds's photo
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P8310803

"Heres my credentials for joining the forum. The SM12 is nearly 20 years old . Its strung really heavilly 58 on the bass but tuned to an open C tuning (actually open D two frets low) I bought an Old Guild JF30-12 to replace the Seagull thinking the…"
Aug 31, 2011

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Which one of the following describes your involvement in music? (Check all that apply)
Amateur or recreational musician
How many years have you been playing guitar?
20-30 years
Which of these instruments do you own or play?
Flattop steel-string acoustic guitar, Archtop guitar, Electric guitar
What type of music do you like to play?
I'm pretty eclectic in tastes but I do like stuff with a jazzy tinge to it. Its only been comparatively recently that I've been playing with other people, which is something I should have been doing a long time ago
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At 4:01pm on May 15, 2012, Keith Chesterton said…

Hi Andy -thanks for friend response. It seems both comprehensive and complicated here! I'm not great at keeping up with all these internet thingies I join, but I'll try to look in now and again somme other familiar faces too! Best wishes, Keith

At 3:37pm on August 31, 2011, Jud Hair said…
Hey Andy .. Welcome to the group!!
At 3:19pm on August 31, 2011, FloridaGull said…
Good to "see" you, Andy! :-)
At 1:10pm on August 28, 2011, FloridaGull said…
Check out the "Seagull Spoken Here" group - you'll see pictures (and a discussion) about my new guitar - a Godin 5th Avenue CW Kingpin II! :-)
At 10:34pm on August 26, 2011, FloridaGull said…
Yes, indeed - that's the one! I saw it in high school - hilarious! I need to find a copy of that on dvd...
At 12:44pm on August 26, 2011, FloridaGull said…

I loved Fawlty Towers too!  Have a few dvd's, but not all...

Also, John Cleese in "Clockwise" (I believe...) - great film!

At 10:27am on August 26, 2011, FloridaGull said…
Monty Python reference on the Acoustic Guitar Community!  Cool!  I have the whole boxed set...hopefully, no one will think less of me for that... ;)
At 9:33am on June 2, 2011, Walt Pilcher said…

Although I myself have never had more than one shed at a time, and currently have none, I don't think it's eccentric to have as many sheds as you please.  I did think the Monty Python bit was pretty funny.  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HLjS3gzHetA

 

At 4:02pm on June 1, 2011, Walt Pilcher said…

I have to ask, is your name in any way a reference to the Monty Python skit about Arthur "Twosheds" Jackson?

Walt

At 4:12pm on October 20, 2009, Luis Motta da Silva said…
Hi, Andy,
I did receive, and I did accept your invitation to join the fingerstyle players group. Thank you. If I'm entitled to a bit of humour, I'd say you can't deny I don't use picks, I play with my fingers, that's true. But my American fingerpicking days are long gone. Portuguese guitars are played using only the thumb and the index finger, as you can see in the videos I posted in my page. Now, here's a tip for those that want to have strong nails: Just paint them with liquid superglue. It's almost invisible. Two or three layers, buff, and that's it!
 
 
 

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