Howdy folks--haven't checked in for a while. Been busy playing but admittedly not much on my Art & Lutherie. I think it's a guitar I can't get rid of because it's too unique and it travels well.A confession--I've recently purchased a bass, a Squier Affinity jazz bass. Quite a different animal, but fun to play.I hope everyone is well. Stay tuned and play nice!DaveSee More
"Unfortunately, from what i read, the answer is "it depends." When my hygrometer began to read "LL" (too low to read, or below 20 percent), I bought a Dampit and have been using it with the soundhole cover and the guitar out of…"
"Hey there Dave,
I'm thinking that place may have changed names along the way sometime. Either that or my memory is even worse than I thought it was. (Which is entirely possible.) JM's doesn't ring a bell like I think it should. I…"
"Recording Kings and those bridges. You may as well expect a trip back to the shop when the bridge starts coming off...and it probably will. I have an RD-310. Great guitar after I got the bridge fixed."
I'm thinking that place may have changed names along the way sometime. Either that or my memory is even worse than I thought it was. (Which is entirely possible.) JM's doesn't ring a bell like I think it should. I remember Calhoun's on the square. I also recall a little restaurant called Spanky's that had really good sandwiches. I'll have to get ahold of some old friends and find out if my memory really is that fried. ;-) Maybe they can also tell me who it is that I saw at TRAX. LOL!