"Hey there, Mark. I know I'm late to respond. I'm Mike McClain from Louisville, and on a fairly regular basis I work in Clark Co. and the surrounding counties in Southern Indiana. I'm more of a Cards fan (having…"
"My golden age was 1964 to 1974 also. But I had 2 older sisters who played Elvis, Buddy Holly and other 50's acts of the times way before that. I used to play DJ with their 45's and had a blast! I remember seeing Elvis on…"
"Alan, I feel your pain too. I really had GAS for a Seagull Artist Mosiac Folk, but none can be found anywhere. I did not really want a cutaway model, but I was after the cedar/mahogany combination, but at almost $1200, I could not…"
"I finally ordered a Taylor 522e 12 fret today with a Western red cedar top. Taylor is actually closed for the holidays until Jan. 6, so the order will not officially go in until then. I also optioned for last years 512e 12 fret if it is…"
"@ FG, I recently sold my perfect Coastline 12 for $400 with hard shell case, not TRIC. It was for sale for several months before it sold. $500 would be a little much I think. @Jud - Thanks for my favorite Christmas song, Silent…"
"Thanks for the info Jud. I didn't know there was such a thing. So it is 1 octave lower than a mandolin then? I love the sound of Sarah's groups instrumentation and I just ordered her newest CD. Cool guitar landscape photo…"
"One of my Taylor guitars is a 12 fret. It is Macassar Ebony back and sides with Red Cedar Top. Love it. If you are partial to the sonic properties of certain woods then maybe consider a build to order model. For fingerstyle Red Cedar is a very…"
"I have all of their original Capitol American albums also, with many duplicates that I purchased in the mid to late 70's because I had worn out all of the originals, and also because some of them I replaced were in mono and I wanted the stereo…"
Hi! For some reason, I have a lot of difficulty navigating this site. I did post photos on the group page under "Gear". Hope that helps and let me know what you think! Love the Artist and waited a very long time for it!
My pleasure Mark. Enjoy exploring alternate tunings. My favorite right now is DADF#AD, which I believe is also called "open-D". It's close to DADGAD but has a somewhat smoother sound. Led Zep used it a lot, as did Joni. ~Michael