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James Sennett
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  • Newnan, GA
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Jim Yates commented on James Sennett's group Martin Owners
"My nephew Steve came for a visit today.  He's going overseas for six months and wondered if I'd baby-sit his 1976 D-18.  I said, "OK.""
6 hours ago
michael schwartz commented on James Sennett's group Martin Owners
"One more thing we have in common..."
Jan 12
Edward Sparks commented on James Sennett's group Martin Owners
"Michael, you married a saint too!"
Jan 12
michael schwartz commented on James Sennett's group Martin Owners
"Welcome Gene!!! Good to see your name up here...finally! I've shared "our story" as well as your "Extremely COOL story" with a few members on here. You'll find some wonderful people  and hopefully develop some new…"
Jan 12
Mike Raeburn commented on James Sennett's group Martin Owners
"Hi Eugene, thanks for your interesting and thoughtful comments. I sense that many of us may be nearing the top of the Grim Reaper's list, myself included. I did buy a few (3) guitars from the USA more than a decade ago when the $ to…"
Jan 12
Eugene Linn commented on James Sennett's group Martin Owners
"I will try to make a comment.  I have been following this group for some time.  I was introduced to it by Michael Swartz who I met when he outbid me on a Judy Collins 12 string that someday he will either sell to me or I will steal it from…"
Jan 11
Edward Sparks commented on James Sennett's group Martin Owners
"I have never thought if any of my instruments as an investment. I know that some if my vintage ones are worth a lot, but worth more to me musically than anything monetary."
Jan 11
Jud Hair commented on James Sennett's group Martin Owners
"Guitars as an investment in anything other than the simple pleasure of playing? I can't see it. When most new Martins immediately drop in value 40% or more the moment you fork over the money at the shop, it's hard to imagine a valid case…"
Jan 11
Mike Raeburn commented on James Sennett's group Martin Owners
"Don't think I will be investing in one, they will take some time to make any significant increase in value and by that time I will be participating in the role of fertiliser!"
Jan 11
Edward Sparks commented on James Sennett's group Martin Owners
"I think vintage Martins will increase in value.  I think these new retro series will increase in value when they become vintage...get it?"
Jan 11
Don McClellan commented on James Sennett's group Martin Owners
"My guitar instructor is of the opinion that the entire Martin Retro series will increase in value dramatically over time. My question is, do you agree and if so over what length of time?  I posted this question elsewhere but I'd…"
Jan 11
Dave Fengler commented on James Sennett's group Martin Owners
"I was wondering what QED was!  Everything is easy once someone else has done all the work. Cut and patch!  Easy!!"
Dec 29, 2014
FloridaGull commented on James Sennett's group Martin Owners
"Learn one - do one - teach one...  ;-) The "QED" was quite sarcastic, by the way... ("QED" means "Quite Easily Done" - something math and philosphy/logic professors would write at the end of their…"
Dec 29, 2014
Dave Fengler commented on James Sennett's group Martin Owners
"It's all in the fine details that makes the conversion a success or a disaster.  I sometimes lack the patience for the fine details.  Trial by fire???  :?)"
Dec 29, 2014
FloridaGull commented on James Sennett's group Martin Owners
"So - you cut it off and convert to a bolt on! QED... ;-)"
Dec 29, 2014
Dave Fengler commented on James Sennett's group Martin Owners
"But I'm the one with the aspirations!  I just lack the money and the balls to possibly ruin a vintage guitar.  Yamahas are known to be put together with some magic glue that doesn't respond to steam."
Dec 29, 2014

Profile Information

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?
More than 30 years
Which of these instruments do you own or play?
Flattop steel-string acoustic guitar, Archtop guitar, Electric guitar, Mandolin, Resonator guitar
The make and model of your guitar(s) and/or other instruments and gear.
Martin DC-16 GTE
Martin DXME
Seagull S6 A-E
Gretsch G5129 (hollow body archtop electric)
Fender Stratocaster
Fender Resonator
What type of music do you like to play?
60s-70s folk-rock
Great standards
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At 6:40am on March 9, 2013, Edward Sparks said…
Hey, James! There has been a lot of great interaction on your Marrin group lately and we've noticed you haven't checked in in a while! How are things with you?
At 10:10pm on January 20, 2010, Jody said…
Hi, James! Just passin' through! Your page looks great!
At 11:53am on November 13, 2009, Jim Scanlan said…
Greetings sorry I won't be able to make to Newnan this weekend, gonna spend time with my daughter and grandkids from Alaska, have'nt seen them in two guys have a great time.
At 11:52am on November 11, 2009, Jim Scanlan said…
Hi James......working on my schedule today to see if I can make arrangements to be in Newnan this Saturday for some front porch pickin'. I think it will work out, if so,I'll let you know by Friday.
At 7:23am on October 10, 2009, Edward Sparks said…
Hey Jim,
I know you like (as do I) Dan you play one of his called "Make Love Stay?" The original on the album was from the 80's and it is pretty upbeat...but his live versions were much more mellow and slower...beautiful really. There is a live DVD he has out that is really incredible, but the best part in my opinion is the acoustic set he does in the middle of it...really great. He even does a fingerpicked blues tuine that he plays slide on...not typical Fogelberg! It is called
"Dan Fogelberg Live: Greetings from tthe West
and there is also a CD audio version of the best of it. If you haven't seen it, it is a must have!

Dan Fogelberg Live: Greetings From The West

Released October 1991 by Epic Records. It was recorded live at the Fox Theatre in St. Louis, Missouri on June 25, 1991. Greetings From The West is also available as a full length Sony Music video and DVD.

Disc 1
Aurora Nova
The Wild Places
Heart Hotels
Over & Over
Rhythm Of The Rain
The Spirit Trail
Make Love Stay
Old Tennessee
Road Beneath My Wheels
A Cry In The Forest
Run For The Roses
Believe In Me
Leader Of The Band

Disc 2
Twins Theme
The Power Of Gold
Lonely In Love
Missing You
Language Of Love
Part Of The Plan
Same Old Lang Syne
There's A Place In The World For A Gambler

Dan Fogelberg - lead electric guitar, acoustic guitar, keyboards, vocals
Tim Weisberg (Special Guest) - flute
Michael Botts - drums, percussion
Vince Melamed - keyboards, vocals
Jim Photoglo - bass, vocals
Robert McEntee - second electric guitar, acoustic guitar, keyboards, electric slide guitar, vocals
Louis Cortelezzi - sax, flute, woodwinds, keyboards, percussionProduced by Dan Fogelberg with Marty Lewis for Full Moon Productions


P.S. Did you decide on that new Martin yet. lots of great advice in the Martin Group, but I would still pu my trust in Jody!
At 8:01pm on October 6, 2009, Al Petteway said…
Thanks so much James. We really enjoyed the concert. Such a nice audience.
At 7:01am on September 9, 2009, Jim Scanlan said…
James...Jim...JImmy...A rose by any other name, etc. (hear me chuckle). My Thomasville is about 15 miles from the Ga./Fla. line, or 30 miles from Tallahassee. I've never been to Newnan...but would love to make the trip..being retired, I have lots of free time. I'll plan on comming up your way for some front porch pickin'..have a blessed day and I'll get back to you soon.
At 2:25pm on July 12, 2009, Jody said…
Hi, James! Glad to see you here!

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