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Love of Martin Guitars
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I learned to play guitar in 1949. The first Martin I played was a D-28.  The sound that came out of that guitar was the most beautiful sound I had heard in my life and I knew I had to have  a Martin.…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jud Hair Dec 13, 2011.

 

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Which one of the following describes your involvement in music? (Check all that apply)
Amateur or recreational 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
The make and model of your guitar(s) and/or other instruments and gear.
martin gibson Taylor
What type of music do you like to play?
country mountain traditional
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At 1:49pm on July 21, 2011, Alan Land said…
HAs anyone tried the Martin 12.5 strings (Med/Light). I am about to. . .
At 8:29am on March 24, 2011, James P. Royle said…
I don't know how to give in Charles, it's not in my blood and I'm not even blessed with being a Hillbilly! My Slovac Grandmother, who Bootlegged during Prohibition, used to invite the Revenoors into her living room and have them stand right on the trap door above her liquor cache, daring them to make her use her shotgun on them. Would stop freight trains on the track so she could keep shoveling spilt coal. I guess it's her blood in my veins and early teaching to never give ground that give me my grip. Whatever the saying is about, That if you don't stand for something, Then you stand for nothing! I think you said that though! I've broken 24 bones leading with my chin! Ya'd think I'd work on my counter punches a bit more huh?LOL We're all we've got and if we can't figure out a way to stick together, then we've got nothing. Easy camp to over run then! Have a great one Sir!
At 10:32am on March 23, 2011, James P. Royle said…
Thank you Sir! We will. I've been raising hell for 43 years! No reason to stop now. Thanks for the encouragement, we all need some once in a while. The sheeple are about to get the surprise of their lives and it's so sad that they are being led into a place that won't be gotten out of easily. Your old eyes can still see pretty good apparently. God love you my friend or whatever you believe in. Hold on tight!
 
 
 

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