"Since your questions were similar to a recent post of mine, I decided to do a little more research. On Utube, I found a video,
"Taylor GS Mini + ES-go pickup, a 3-part demo". I thought it was pretty good and answered my questions. Hope it…"
"I love my GS Mini mahogany, but play them all before you buy. Everyone's ear is different..The GS mahogany has a deeper bass and warmer sound than the GS Mini w/ spruce top. Waldens are nice guitars also, but I have…"
"The RP1-327 is all-solid wood, for one thing - a 12 fret guitar with a slot head - AAA adirondack spruce over rosewood - a totally different esthetic than the Taylor GS Mini, which is essentially a slightly shrunken Grand Auditorium.
The Taylor is a…"
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"You are absolutely correct in everything you say but when you ask if, "is ths a valid statement", as you do in your last paragraph, this shows a llack of self confidence. While we all get a little nervous, I have two suggestions: have some…"
"After nine years of playing, I think it would be reasonable for you to have figured out that your purpose in performing(at the level most of us here play at) is to play what pleases you and screw the rest. If you are looking for a recording…"
You asked if I knew or ever heard of the Chapin brothers. Yes I have, Harry, Tom and I believe one was named Steve??.There are several Chapins. Like Jim Croce, Harry was taken from us, way too early. Harry was a master story teller, and I miss him dearly; it was an awful loss. You can't mention Harry's name without seeing smiles grow on knowing faces.
I see by your photos that you play banjo some. Great instrument. You look very at home with your banjo.
Heartbreaking. It really does upset me to think of how how that must have felt at the time, and you are clearly still deeply pained at his loss. I can see he was a fine chap, a great companion. His hearing was a great deal sharper than yours or mine! He clearly had great musical taste and was lucky to be with the owner he had. Sorry to sound insensitive but would you consider another dog? If so a recommendation. I'm obviously biased but Irish Terriers also make fine 'blues hounds'. If you do it you will (eventually) thank me :-)