"Added another 12 string into the mix....yes, my Wife was very supportive in this !!
It's the : Martin 000012-28H AG Arlo Guthrie A smaller body that's as fun to play as it is too look at.
sadly, the man who sold…"
"I never owned a cutaway acoustic so I cannot tell about tone. I just don't like the looks of cutaway and rarely try to play low down the fret board and have little use for cutaways. But they are useful if one wants to play lead or…"
"I like the non-cutaways best as well. They not only have a classic look, but they look more tanned or aged as well. Not a huge fan of cutaways for sound either. Some can't tell the diff, but I definitely hear a difference in…"
"Yes, or the first. I'm not fond of the look of cut-away acoustics, but then I seldom venture above the 14th fret on acoustic.
It seems especially weird to see a player with a cut-away acoustic who plays only in first position."
"I got this WONDERFUL handmade present from Ed Sparks today!! I can't begin to thank him enough!
Miniature Martin guitars In 1981, Edward Sparks of Glen Burnie, Maryland, made and donated to the Martin Museum a beautiful replica of a 1929 0-45,…"
I probably should add that even after this planing, that guitar has a substantial neck. What most people would call fat, though not like the old Gibson "baseball bat" necks. Lorenzo Pimentel, who made the guitar for me, was…"
"I looked that up. Interesting, a one piece neck, heel and neck block, non-removable.
I suppose removing the fretboard and milling the neck flat is an option. Since the deepest part of the milling would be at the headstock, I'm not…"
Greetings James...so 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 years....you guys have a great time.
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.
I know you like (as do I) Dan Fogelberg...do 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.
The Wild Places
Over & Over
Rhythm Of The Rain
The Spirit Trail
Make Love Stay
Road Beneath My Wheels
A Cry In The Forest
Run For The Roses
Believe In Me
Leader Of The Band
The Power Of Gold
Lonely In Love
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!
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.