"Sounds great Eddie, glad you're working and settled enough to be able to relax with your new Ovation! If you do try the Bluegrass strings, let me know how you liked them! Also, please post some pics of your new guitar!
"Hi, JB. I hope you had a wonderful Christmas with your family. I wanted to give you and the others guys that gave me advice on my original question about strings , an update. This Guitar (Celebrity Ovation CC-24 spruce top)…"
"I use Martin Bluegrass strings on both my Gibson acoustics and I think they are the best! A light gauge set on my two Gibsons buzz on the D and G strings when I do any aggressive rhythm work (I am by no means a guitar basher, but I do like fast…"
"Hi, no it is just a shot of me to the side, my other two bandmates are with me! Never heard of acoustic solo on bass...that would be a good one! In my trio we trade off on instruments for many of the songs, but my main job is 6 and 12 string…"
I appreciate the quick answer. I already have 2 sets of Ernie Ball 12's , (not 13s , my mistake) I'm gonna try one set just to see the sound I get "unplugged". I like what you told me about the Crate Taxi, I'll look for…"
"Eddie, the Celebrity model is made in Korea, I'm sure the Balladeer is made completely in the USA. I wanted a Balladeer, but I saw it for around $850 , I just can't do it. I saw this Celebrity refurb for $299 on ebay and jumped on it.…"
"13''s are probably way to heavy, That gauge will put a huge amount of stress on the bridge and soundboard and in any kind of low humidity start pulling off the bridge and perhaps start cracking the sound board. The Martin Bluegrass set…"
"Yes, Eddie, we're both Eddie and we're both 55. I am very proud of my son and daughter, both in their 30's. I just moved to Staten Island and I'm actually staying with my daughter until I find a job and a studio apt. I am single…"
"Hey Eddie, We may be form the same decade, I was born in '55 and am now 55! My step son is 17, my son is 24 and my daughter is 29.
I am not sure of all or any of the differences between my Balladeer and a Celebrity, other than the USA…"