Hi all I just wanted to start a discussion and hope it doesnt turn into a blog. The year was 1980 something and I was in high school. I was asked by one of my clssmates (I dont remember who) what…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Ken Rogers Jan 7, 2010.
"On my work table now I have a Japanese Kay that I got off eBay for $80.00 .. I have done everything that I can ..just waiting on parts and materials ..hope to post pictures after job is done.. this guitar has the craziest wood pattern on back and…"
This is a group about guitar repair, maintenance, and restoration. That is what I do for a living, and I love to discuss these things. I love giving info, learning new info, and just general sharing of the overall - regardless of how in-depth - maintence of guitars.See More
The harmonica, also known as a pocket piano, a harp, a french harp, a blues harp and a tin sandwich is very popular for being used as an accompaniment with the guitar and other stringed instruments. It's also popular because of it's portability and unique sound. This unique little instrument originated in the early 1800s. There are a multitude of types of harmonicas today in various keys and hole configurations. This group is for those that play the harmonica with their guitars or other…See More
"Top is spruce and back and sides are mahogany ...as with all guitars that are hand made it is one of a kind..and a real joy to play..Bruce has some videos on YouTube of his guitars they are truly pieces of art... go to bruceweiartguitars.."
Hi all had a dream last night that I was playing with one of my all time favorite artist(if yove seen any of my vids. on youtube youll know who that is) Dan Fogelberg. Anyway that is the meaning for this blog. Just wanted to put it down while its still on my mind. I started leasoning to Dan on the radio back in the 70s even before I really knew who he was. It wasent untill 81 or 82 that I really got into his music though. I remember one day I had to stay home from school becouse I had the flue.… Continue
Hi all just thought id post this blog. Its someting my wife saids to me every time she gos into the spear bed room. Why so many guitars? Well Iv wonderd about it and I really dont have a very good explanation for her other than "they all sound different". To which she saids"they sound the same to me". What is one to do? I did sale some of them becouse the action was too high and so there arent as many as there once was but in the mind of a guitarist that just means its time to buy some more . I… Continue
Posted on January 15, 2010 at 10:21am — 4 Comments
We all have had many guitars but it all started somewhere. That first guitar was the beginning or for some the end of a love story. For me it all started in 1975. It was my 9th. brithday and my mom and dad got me a brand new guitar I dont remember the name but it was a full size dreadnought. I loved that guitar and many hours were passed trying to learn to play it. Now my parents had the ideal that I could play any insterment put before me(not so) it would have been nice also if they would have… Continue
Posted on December 27, 2009 at 10:28am — 8 Comments
Welcome to the Logic Pro 9 Group...looking forward to seeing your input there! I too am from Georgia. I was born in Macon and my father's side of the family all live in Cochran...ever heard of it? My parents relocated here when I was 3 but I still spent many summers there with the family.
Thanks Tim for the friend request. I am still learning. My son played guitar, when he went off to college I told him he could not go. I would miss hearing him play. So he bought another Taylor 614 CE and gave me his Taylor 414 CE. I really love it.