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Marshall
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  • Arlington Heights, IL
  • United States
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  • Christie Donnelly
  • Semini Satarasinghe
  • Max
  • Antonio Eduardo Rosa
  • David Martinez
  • Dave Nachmanoff
  • Michael Fredde
  • Edward Sparks
  • grant
  • Chak Aw

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Marshall replied to Jud Hair's discussion "A New Release" video and lyrics in the group Songwriters
"I like it.  "
Apr 1, 2013
Brad Lindenberg left a comment for Marshall
"Marshall have you found another place to play? I did a few open mics there, I liked the place very much.   Brad"
Jul 17, 2011
Marshall replied to Edward Sparks's discussion New song "Ice Around My Heart" by Edward Sparks in the group Songwriting Review
"Nice. The only line that bothers me in anyway is: "Yeah love may have taken a toll all it’s own" That one just seems a little contrived or awkward. But, that's a small thing. Everything else seems to be dead on."
Oct 12, 2010
Marshall commented on Edward Sparks's group Gibson Acoustic Owners
"Late 1962 B-25 introduction specs: Continuation of the LG-2 with minor changes such as triple bound w/b/w top, cherry sunburst top, plastic bridge, laminated bridge plate, thick pickguard. In 1966 rosewood bridge with adjustable saddle was…"
Aug 11, 2010
Marshall commented on Edward Sparks's group Gibson Acoustic Owners
Aug 11, 2010
Marshall commented on Edward Sparks's group Gibson Acoustic Owners
Aug 11, 2010
Marshall commented on Max's group Songwriting Review
"Very nice, Edward."
Aug 10, 2010
attybong commented on Marshall's photo
Jun 18, 2010

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Which one of the following describes your involvement in music? (Check all that apply)
Gigging and/or professional 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, Nylon-string guitar, Electric guitar
What is your website address?
http://www.myspace.com/marshallhjertstedt
What type of music do you like to play?
Acoustic Folk-Rock
Do you subscribe to or regularly read Acoustic Guitar?
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At 7:54pm on July 17, 2011, Brad Lindenberg said…

Marshall have you found another place to play? I did a few open mics there, I liked the place very much.

 

Brad

At 3:03pm on November 19, 2009, John Lillo said…
tHANKS mARSHAL

RECORDING SOUNDS GOOD HERE BUT GETTS LOST IN TRANSFER OF FILES. HAD THIS PROBLEM BEFORE. THANKS FOR LISTENING!
At 3:21am on February 26, 2009, Christie Donnelly said…
hey Marshall,
thanks for the info
checking that link right now.
At 5:00pm on February 7, 2009, Edward Sparks said…
Look what I found:
1937 Kalamazoo KTG-11
Check this out a ways down the page at:
www.folkwaymusic.com/.../gibsongallery.html
FON 223. The KG-11 and KTG-11 were the base-model Kalamazoo offerings during the late 1930's. Both the 6 string KG-11 and and 4 string KTG-11 featured the slightly squashed looking 17.5" body, and basic trim. Like all of Gibson's Kalamazoo branded guitars the KTG-11 is ladder-braced and without truss-rod, but nicely built. This tenor features a mahogany and spruce body with bound and sunburst-finished top, unbound back and bound soundhole. It is 100% original including bridge and end pins, ebony nut and bone saddle, firestripe pickguard, Brazilian rosewood lacquered bridge, and friction banjo tuners. Not much for ornamentation, the Kalamazoo has a silk-screened logo and firestripe pickguard, but not much else to fancy it up. All that being said, I'd rather have tone than looks, and this guitar has lots of it. Big and open, with a very surprising bass response and trebles in balance, we have set the guitar up in a low E-B-F#-C# tuning with heavier strings, and it sings. Great action and frets, this guitar is ready to play and need no further restoration. No cracks or issues other than one minor brace repair. Set-up in shop.
With original (beat) chip-board case

I have been attracted to Kalamazoo's ever since reading aobut them in a Gibson book I have and finding out ath that is was John Fogerty is referring to in the song "Down on the Corner."
Edward
At 6:25am on January 18, 2009, Edward Sparks said…
Hey, i am a Gibson nut...tell me more aobut this 1934 Kalamazoo KG-11
Edward
At 5:35pm on January 13, 2009, grant said…
Did not mean to upset you with my post about my new cd, I have replied to that post as well as posted a song to be read, heard and picked apart...Sorry if we got off on the wrong foot
Grant AKA Prancing_pony
At 12:28pm on January 9, 2009, Edward Sparks said…
Hey, a guy into folk rock and Gibson acoustics! Welcome to the Community! Edward

http://mysite.verizon.net/emsparks/index.htm
At 9:32pm on January 5, 2009, Chak Aw said…
Likewise Marshall. One of these days we shall meet!
At 12:33am on January 3, 2009, Chak Aw said…
Hey Marshall, good to see you here.

Chak
At 10:08pm on January 2, 2009, Tom H said…
Welcome. It's nice to see someone from nearby. I'm up in McHenry, near Volo.
 
 
 

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