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Walt Pilcher
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  • Greensboro, NC
  • United States
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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?
7-10 years
Which of these instruments do you own or play?
Flattop steel-string acoustic guitar, Travel guitar, Ukulele
The make and model of your guitar(s) and/or other instruments and gear.
Taylor 210e
Seagull Entourage Grand Rustic (parlor)
Great Divide SGOH28G parlor guitar
Little Martin LX1 (w/spruce top)
Lanikai S-T tenor ukulele
Yamaha DGX 305 keyboard
Hohner Special 20 harmonica
Lee Oskar 25th Anniversary Limited Edition harmonica
Bamboo flute in G (pentatonic scale) - handmade by a friend
Small bamboo pan pipes, supposedly made in Peru, purchased from a street vendor in Montjuic, Barcelona, Spain. So far, I haven't learned how to get more than a few notes out of these or the flute!
What is your website address?
What type of music do you like to play?
Contemporary Christian worship, bluegrass, Irish, folk, and rock. I have been writing songs and music for about ten years, but I'm still fairly new to the guitar. I practice with an acoustic string band called Bishop's Bridge here in Greensboro, NC, that plays mostly Celtic, folk and old time music (Contact Vance Archer at Vance is also a member of Acoustic Guitar Community).
The songs on this page were produced using PrintMusic and Cubase. The software doesn't do guitar chords very well, but my playing is slowly improving to where I can record myself more often. I love writing songs and music, and I hope you enjoy the result. I'll put up lyrics when I post in the Songwriters, Songwriting Review, or Gospel Guitar groups or you can go to my SoundClick page and find links to them there.
Do you subscribe to or regularly read Acoustic Guitar?
I don't regularly read Acoustic Guitar

I also belong to:

To find lyrics to many of the songs on the left, go to:
Select a song and click on "full song info."

For information about the oil paintings below, and others, contact Carol Pilcher at 

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At 8:06pm on February 2, 2013, Don Swart Jr said…

Thanks for the welcome Walt, and for the Seagull Spoken Here group tip.   


At 10:20am on January 7, 2013, Ed Phillips said…

Walt thanks aplenty for your help. Cheers - Ed

At 9:40am on January 7, 2013, Ed Phillips said…

Thanks for you advice Walt. Struck me as soon as I sent the mesaage that maybe I was doing it wrong. But I scouted around and couldnt find how to do that.

Cheers Ed

At 9:59am on June 6, 2012, John Culver said…

Walt....I thoroughly enjoyed your video about removing the pick from the guitar....I just got home from gwtting two teeth evtracted...and YOU my friend have caused me to smilr for the first time in about three weeks!...thank you soooo very much!...May God bless you and keep you!...Your Brother in Christ....John.  (ps...I'm hoping you'll accept my friend request)...I'm currently enjoying your music you have posted here, thank you for your contributions both musically AND spiritually....PEACE!

At 11:14am on February 19, 2012, Jamie Marie Andreas said…

Hi Walt,

Well thanks for that! I believe I was kicked out for asserting, in a discussion of what qualities a good guitar teacher should have, the he or she be judged first and foremost by the results they produce, especially in the least talented students. This greatly offended various people, including the founder if the group or whoever was in charge, and all those who take such pride in their teaching degrees.

I am not sure how well I mix with the mindset I often find in guitar groups on the net, and I am a bit leary, especially if the same folks are still hanging around here. The same thing will most likely happen again.

I do appreciate you reaching out though.



At 4:03pm on August 4, 2011, Jud Hair said…
Walt .. Welcome to the group.  I live in Apex, right down the road from you.  Good luck on selling the S-6.  They are very much in demand.
At 11:44am on June 2, 2011, Andy3Sheds said…
Sorry to hear that you are currently Shedless,I agree about the Python sketch
At 2:09am on June 2, 2011, Andy3Sheds said…
Not directly its because I have 3 Sheds, I remember at the time I came up with the nickname thinking it was somewhat familiar but I wasn't sure why. I don't see having 3 sheds as being too eccentric one is primarally a workshop with wood working machinery ones a garden tool store with grass cutter rotovator plus hand tools and the last one was built to take all the stuff from the attic after I converted that into a ensuite teenage studio/ bedroom for my lad
At 9:10am on May 4, 2011, Kirk Mathew Gatzka said…



Thank you! I truly appreciate you taking the time to listen to "Reckonings II," and commenting!


I had a lot of fun doing this rockin' tune. And we all have a time or day of reckoning sometime or other. Hope others like it as well!




At 12:21am on April 27, 2011, Michael Shaw said…



Thanks for the welcome!


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