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Searching for info about Tenada acoustic
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I recently had a guitar donated to me for the Guitars For Vets program, of which I am a chapter coordinator. It's a Tanada T-700. I know nothing about this brand, so did a Google search. The…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by fongie Oct 30, 2012.

 

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Jim Yates replied to Peg Andrae's discussion Reso action reset in the group Resonator Players
"If you use a normal slide, then I'd advise having no radius.  I have seen concave slides made from wine bottle necks."
May 6
Peg Andrae added a discussion to the group Resonator Players
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Reso action reset

Hi Folks,I need to have my reso action reset because it is way too low for slide guitar. The prior owner probably played chords only and set the action very low. My luthier asked if I wanted the strings radiused or flat. They are slightly radiused now, but I thought flat might be better for slide. What say you?Thanks,PegSee More
May 6
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May 6
Peg Andrae replied to Peg Andrae's discussion Round neck reso capos in the group Resonator Players
"It is a thing of beauty, indeed!"
May 6
Robert Williamson replied to Peg Andrae's discussion Round neck reso capos in the group Resonator Players
"1.77" is not a wider neck. That's actually pretty narrow. I got rid of a Fender Hellcat 12 because it was too narrow.   Most of my guitars are 1.8" and my new 12 string is 1.9". Most 6 string capos handle 1.8| …"
Apr 25
Robert Williamson replied to Peg Andrae's discussion Round neck reso capos in the group Resonator Players
"oooo shiny :) very nice Peg"
Apr 25
Robert Williamson replied to Peg Andrae's discussion Round neck reso capos in the group Resonator Players
"I have an extensive collection of capos (well, 12, but I buy new ones every time I see one :) and I just got a Gretsch BoxCar Resonator (1.75" (44.45 mm) nut, 'soft v' neck). The first capo I tried, D'Addario NS for 6 string,…"
Apr 25
Tim Quarry replied to Peg Andrae's discussion Round neck reso capos in the group Resonator Players
"Yes, actually that's a much better idea than a classical capo!"
Mar 3, 2014
Rusty Luthe replied to Peg Andrae's discussion Round neck reso capos in the group Resonator Players
"Hi, I would look into trying a 12 string capo as they are made to accommodate the wider neck. Enjoy your nice instrument! Rusty "
Mar 3, 2014
Tim Quarry replied to Peg Andrae's discussion Round neck reso capos in the group Resonator Players
"I use a Kyser on my national and it fits fine - although a web search indicate your guitar has slightly wider nut, 1 7/8 (mine is 1 3/4). Perhaps get a capo intended for a classical? Nice guitar, btw, if it matches the one I googled."
Mar 3, 2014
Peg Andrae added a discussion to the group Resonator Players
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Round neck reso capos

Hi Folks - I found the one I was searching for - Dobro DM-75 "LILY OF THE VALLEY" round neck reso guitar. The sound is amazing! I'm looking for the best capo - my Kyser and Schubb do not accommodate the neck. Any recommendations from this group? Thanks!
Mar 3, 2014
Peg Andrae commented on Acoustic Pickers's group Yamaha Guitars
"hoping a neck reset will not be necessary! It's a cool older Yamaha with some historical value to certain collectors. We'll see what the luthier has to say! thanks for your reply!"
Jul 8, 2013
Peg Andrae commented on Acoustic Pickers's group Yamaha Guitars
"I have a red label FG-180 with the original case - orange crush lining and all. The action seems high and there is some fret buzz. The neck may need a reset or could be a bridge issue. I'll take it to a local luthier and see what he recommends.…"
Jul 7, 2013
Peg Andrae joined Acoustic Pickers's group
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Yamaha Guitars

For those who appreciate Yamaha acoustic guitars.See More
Jul 5, 2013
Peg Andrae commented on Antonio Eduardo Rosa's event Bluegrass Sessions of Lisbon
"Have a previous engagement at this time, but this sounds like fun! Thanks you for the invitation."
Jun 2, 2013
Peg Andrae commented on David Shade's group Resonator Players
"Smith & Young Spider Cone Has anyone tried or do you have a newer Smith and Young Spider Cone? Reviews?"
May 9, 2013

Profile Information

Which one of the following describes your involvement in music? (Check all that apply)
Amateur or recreational musician, Guitar student
How many years have you been playing guitar?
5-7 years
Which of these instruments do you own or play?
Flattop steel-string acoustic guitar, Archtop guitar, Resonator guitar, Travel guitar
The make and model of your guitar(s) and/or other instruments and gear.
Washburn D10N, Huss & Dalton DS, Huss & Dalton FS, Dobro DM87 Lily of the Valley resonator, CA Cargo
What type of music do you like to play?
Blue grass, blues, all finger style, and would like to learn alternate tuning and play some some celtic - my roots. Learning drop D at this time.
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At 7:26am on July 21, 2011, PaDuff said…

Hi Peg,

I am just getting started flatpicking lessons and I can fingerpick some, as far as who I listen to ????? I need to find that out! I need a few pointers as to where to start. I have played guitar for 44yrs (on and off) and bass for 7, I want to take my picking to a whole new level and Bluegrass picking is where I want to start. I'm checking out videos to find some music I'd like to play. I hope this group could help with that. So beginner would be where I'm at.

PaDuff

At 3:49pm on February 23, 2010, Peter Janson said…
Hi Peg,
thanks for letting me know you like my music: I appreciate it! If you get to one of my concerts please be sure to say hello!
Best wishes,
Peter Janson
At 2:41pm on February 23, 2010, Mike said…
Hi Peg, glad to meet you!
Yeah the mando taught me to use a pick and the banjo taught me some finger style as well as some clawhammer (frailing). But that is where the similarities end!
The tuning is completely different on a guitar. It's funny 'cause sometimes my chord shapes get confused ie: trying to play a banjo F chord on the gitar!
Do you jam with any friends? I've found that goes a long way toward improvement.
I see you like to play bluegrass? I've found that B/G and the blues have a lot in common.
I'm orig. from Detroit so have had a lot of blues exposure. The patterns are second nature to me.
I wonder if you have that B/G ear I am trying to atain, just from listening to it your whole life (being from the south, not trying to stereotype anyone!)
Anyway, keep at it, we're always a little better this week than last, and the weeks add up!
Keep me posted how you're doing,
Mike
At 4:50pm on February 16, 2010, Matt Stevens said…
Welcome to this excellent community - first rate guitar action here!
 
 
 

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