"Here is Leo Kottke, fingerpicking the 12-string.
I have a Coastline 12-string. It's an easy-playing, booming guitar. I love it! I picked it up (used) from the local Sam Ash a few years ago. Price - $250.00, with…"
"I just finished installing the L.R. Baggs Lyric into my Potomac OM guitar. So far, it's sounding really good!
I'll keep adjusting the treble balance, play it some more. Then I think I will have a better verdict. But I…"
"I'm in the process of installing the Lyric in my Potomac OM guitar. I would have finished the install during the winter storm that just blew up the east coast, but the endpin preamp was missing all of the washers. I will go pick…"
"I do noodle around with the flatpick, but nearly all of my acoustic playing is fingerstyle.
I have the Entourage Rustic, cedar top. I bought it, used, from Craigslist a couple of years ago. Out of the dozens of guitars I've had…"
"Hi Paul, congratulations. I've been playing the baritone guitar since the late 90's. First on a Rick Turner Renaissance, and since '07 on an Alan Carruth acoustic baritone. 28" scale, tuned B-B for standard intervals and then…"
I've been toying with the idea of getting a baritone acoustic guitar ever since I first listened to Pat Metheny's "One Quiet Night." I picked up a used OLP electric baritone from CL last week, and the bug really bit me.I ordered the Alvarez ABT-60 last week, and it arrived this morning! Beautiful, deep tones; almost like a piano. I am used to such sounds from my many years of playing the Chapman Stick, but this is the first time I've experienced such a rush from an acoustic guitar!I will…See More
"Paul - I posted a lot of photos of my Harmony at the Egmond group here at this site (Feb, 2011). I thought my guitar could be an Egmond, but later, after taking her to a world-known dealer in acoustic vintage instruments in SLC, Utah, I was told…"
"A series of numbers were stamped on the wood inside that reads 2972 J977, and that is all. Unless there's something on the inside of the top, there are no other markings inside the guitar. I will have to dig out my telescoping…"
"I don't think there is anything unusual about a manufacturer having several different lines of instruments. It sort of like General Motors. At some point, it becomes beneficial to make a couple brands that appear to compete with…"