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Christopher Cozad
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  • Fort Mill, SC
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May 15
Christopher Cozad commented on Ted Hechtman's group Guild Owners
"Enter the Orpheum. A Guild with an archaeological past...the Guild that "would have been". An instrument that builds upon the legacy of it’s forebears while exploiting the benefits of already having 'been there and done…"
May 15
Christopher Cozad commented on Ted Hechtman's group Guild Owners
"I reviewed my experiences with an Orpheum Slope Shoulder 12-Fret Mahogany Dreadnought (there *has* to be a shorter name for this guitar!) a little over one year ago here on the Let’s Talk Guild forum. I was personally introduced to that…"
May 15
Christopher Cozad commented on Ted Hechtman's group Guild Owners
"I attended a Let's Talk Guild gathering in Nashville about a year ago (April 2013) where I was introduced to the new Guild Orpheum (a brand new Ren Ferguson design) by Kim Keller from FMIC. Being a Westerly jumbo Guild advocate from the…"
May 15
Christopher Cozad updated their profile
May 15
Christopher Cozad commented on David Hansson's video
Sep 30, 2013
Christopher Cozad commented on Ted Hechtman's group Guild Owners
"Message sent, Ted."
Sep 30, 2013
Christopher Cozad commented on John Wilson's group 12-String Guitar
"Has anyone here seen the Acoustic Guitar 2011 Player's Choice Awards (October Edition of the magazine)?Jumbo AwardGold: Gibson J-200Silver: Martin J12-40ESilver: Taylor 455Bronze: Guild F-5012-StringGold: Taylor GS6-12Silver: Martin…"
Sep 13, 2011
Christopher Cozad commented on Michael D Krampitz's group All Jumbo Guitar's
"Has anyone here seen the Acoustic Guitar 2011 Player's Choice Awards (October Edition of the magazine)?Jumbo AwardGold: Gibson J-200Silver: Martin J12-40ESilver: Taylor 455Bronze: Guild F-5012-StringGold: Taylor GS6-12Silver: Martin…"
Sep 13, 2011
Christopher Cozad commented on John Wilson's group 12-String Guitar
"What a guy, good for him! Saw your post on the Gibson form, and found your video on YouTube (PJ's and all!). The guitar sounds super! Great job, keep practicing (especially on the 12 string - it builds strength in your hand and makes playing…"
Sep 9, 2011
Christopher Cozad commented on Ted Hechtman's group Guild Owners
"Great, Ted! Look forward to seeing the photos. Praying you return to health and get us some awesome recordings of these guitars!  ;~}"
Sep 8, 2011
Christopher Cozad commented on Edward Sparks's group Logic Pro 9 Users Group
"Edward, I upgraded to Lion and have (to date) experienced no issues with Logic 9 (I am on 9.1.5 64-bit).   On the down side, I did have to retire my trusty Apogee Duet firewire interface, as there are incompatibilities with Lion and the old…"
Sep 1, 2011
Christopher Cozad commented on John Wilson's group 12-String Guitar
"Ooh...ahh...drool...   and regarding the ivory - Name Cleared!  and kudos for such clever recycling ;~}    "
Aug 11, 2011
Christopher Cozad commented on John Wilson's group 12-String Guitar
"Nice work, Edward! Very nice. Christopher"
Aug 11, 2011
Christopher Cozad commented on Ted Hechtman's group Guild Owners
"So far, a fellow from Southern Germany commented: What I found in the book "Guitar stories, Volume Two, by Michael Wright": "In 1989 Guild was purchased by the Faas Corporation of New Berlin, Wisconsin, later called U.S.Musical…"
Aug 10, 2011
Christopher Cozad commented on Ted Hechtman's group Guild Owners
"Ted, I took the liberty of posting your images to the Let's Talk Guild site as a follow-up to the thread you started there, in the hopes that someone there might have some insight.   Christopher"
Aug 9, 2011

Profile Information

Which one of the following describes your involvement in music? (Check all that apply)
Gigging or professional musician
How many years have you been playing guitar?
More than 30 years
Which of these instruments do you own or play?
Flattop steel-string acoustic guitar, Nylon-string guitar
The make and model of your guitar(s) and/or other instruments and gear.
The Guilds:
1975 Guild F-212 NT
1976 Guild F-50R NT
1976 Guild F-512 NT
1980 Guild F-412 NT
1988 Guild GF-60R
2013 Guild Orpheum Slope Shoulder 12 Fret
plus Taylors, Grevens, Everetts, Godins and more
What is your website address?
http://www.christophercozad.com
What type of music do you like to play?
Original compositions, acoustic fingerstyle, ballads, folk, folk rock
Do you subscribe to or regularly read Acoustic Guitar?
I subscribe

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At 11:11pm on April 16, 2011, Michael D Krampitz said…
Hi Christopher I'm still felig alright I have some pains but I always do anyway.My head has'nt been thinking about it much I do a lot of thinking that I should record some music and just wing it.So hopefully I'll have some new music on there soon.take care Chris talk to you soon.
At 4:25am on March 28, 2011, Edward Sparks said…

I have been using Logic Pro 9 since June 15th of 2010...I know that because it, and the iMAC, were a Father's Day present from my oldest son. I purchased my Lexicon interface first when it went on a great sale at the local Guitar Center...I had a vision I would set up a small home studio, similar to the analog one that I lost via divorce.  I really wanted to set up a new one in the digital realm.  SO, I already had loads of time logged in recording and knew how to work-around the limitations of 8 analog tracks. Of course most of my outboard equipment was now worthless!  I set up the new interface on the family computer in the kitchen, which only served to get me started understanding the basics of digital recording.  Then for Father's Day of 2009, my son set me up with a PC based system built from used computer parts which he put together and that really kick started everything, and we took over my wife's Guestroom. Did I mention I put my son through college (5 years) as a Computer Science major? He stepped right out of college and into a high paying programming job with full benefits!  Then he became interested in MACS and had an incredible setup.  I guess he saw me working hard, but struggling to use the PC set up, and so for Father's Day of 2010, he surprised me with a stack of wrapped boxes that all went together to set up the iMAC, a second monitor, and mucho software, including Logic Pro 9!  I spent since June 2010 until now, learning the MAC and Logic recording my first 6-song EP CD, which I dubbed "Music From The Guestroom."  Coming from the analog world, it is truly amazing!  BTW, I drive a Kia Sedona van...nice to haul band equipment in!  Edward

At 2:16pm on March 23, 2011, Michael D Krampitz said…

yes the bracing under the body top,I just got confused when you where talking about inside the the bottom with the 1,2 or three piece backs with the seams.LMAO I just realized what you were saying as I was telling you about what I thaught you were talking about.I have'nt had my Guild in a long time and it was a one piece back also.It was a extra deep bodied Drednaught,it had a beautiful sound.You just neededd a little more effort to playing it.As for the Scalloped Bracing I was havining a conversation with someone else and he or she couldn't visuallize what scalloped bracing looked like.I haven't been myself since I got some bad news on my health last week.By the way I was listening to your songs and they sounded good.what did you use recording them.I apologize if I just left you totally confused.

 

At 7:43am on March 23, 2011, Michael D Krampitz said…
Hey Chris you really don't know where the scalloped bracings are located do you.And I''m not making fun of you maybe your kiddind
At 12:39pm on February 28, 2011, Michael D Krampitz said…
Chris I had a big laugh at it myself,there seemed to  be a lot of people getting involved in all the extra talk.lol
At 12:04pm on February 27, 2011, Michael D Krampitz said…
Hey Chris  I was totally ribbing you  on the Jumbo page .I really want to thank you for bring up that comment about that site being for jumbo guitars.Sometime I get carried away trying to heIp out people.So no hard feelings brother. 
At 3:06am on December 7, 2010, Tony Burt said…
Hi Christopher ,,
yes the tui has a great stage presence ,,,,, I would call it a natural talent :-))
At 1:52pm on November 19, 2010, Michael D Krampitz said…
Thanks for your comments,thats the kind of thing I need to hear,positive reaction although I have'nt really had much negitive.I'm not playing out as much as I was.
At 1:49pm on November 19, 2010, Michael D Krampitz said…
I have so many songs ,I just need to get off my ass and do it.My recorder died a terrible death,I'm still trying to fiqure out my new Digital deck it's a Zoom Mrs 802.I'll try and get more songs up.You don't have a Martin I see have you ever tried one? Try a D41 it will blow your mind.
At 4:15pm on June 12, 2010, Tony Burt said…
Hi Chris,, thanks for your comments and feedback,, and also enjoyed listening to your music ,, very nice tracks

warm regards
Tony
 
 
 

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