Hello Guitar Friends-
I recorded and downloaded this to YouTube a few months ago. I'd like to get a little more creative on the video, and possibly re-record the tune on a multi-track, but other than that, considering it was recorded with an iPhone (precariously sitting atop my acoustic guitar while I played), it seems to have come…Continue
Added by Bob Wingate on October 23, 2014 at 11:30am — No Comments
I know it has been a while since my last blog. I am still working on my parlor. Infact, I think I am on the finishing stretch. It probably should have been completed a long time ago. I took some time off to take a couple extended trips across the USA. But that adventure is for another blog.
The body of the guitar is complete. The fingerboard and headstock inlay is complete. Right now I am working on scraping the binding to the body. I find this to be hard on the…Continue
Added by CSerway on April 27, 2014 at 10:23pm — No Comments
Ondra Kozák (CZ) released his debut CD Ataman recently. It contains eleven original compositions by Ondra, in which he is featured on acoustic and electric guitars, mandolin, violin, bass, percussion, drums programming, and vocals. Special guests include Ondra's wife Marta on piano, Karel Začal on dobro, Vít Hanulík on mandolin, and Filip Baťo on banjo.
Added by Ondra Kozák on April 8, 2014 at 11:00am — No Comments
Build your own guitar in just 12 days with NC luthier Jay Lichty at Lichty Guitars
* Registration is now open for the Aug 2014…Continue
Added by Jay Lichty on February 28, 2014 at 6:53am — No Comments
"Inside Your Dreams" - Acoustic Version. Original song by Seth Regan / Mankind Tracer.
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Added by Seth Regan on November 16, 2013 at 9:14pm — No Comments
We are launching a new product to the Cooperstand line, and are very interested in your feedback, and support.
Added by Daniel Cooper on August 21, 2013 at 10:30pm — No Comments
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For those of you always on the lookout for the next, great luthier - watch out!
We have just received our first guitar from Josh Williams. A fine SJ with Ziricote back & sides.
Tidy workmanship, even, smooth, pure tone.Continue
Added by GUITAR GALLERY on June 20, 2013 at 12:24pm — No Comments
Feria de Abril 16-21 April 2013
Seville has duende this week as guitarists, flamenco groups and singers gather together at the annual April Fair for a week-long party. Flamenco in its original form was only cante (voice), a primitive cry or chant accompanied by the rhythm of a wooden staff, beaten out on the floor. The guitar entered flamenco as an accompanying instrument only two hundred years ago. Flamenco guitar is smaller and lighter than the classical guitar, the flamenco guitar…Continue
Added by Manuel Nunez on April 16, 2013 at 12:23pm — No Comments
The market, and particularly the web is flooded with guitar stores that promise to sell "Spanish guitars" or classical guitars made in Spain. Some of them even have spanish names but the reality is that they are made in China, Indonesia or some other far east countries. That should not be a problem as long as you know what you are buying, where is coming from and accept they limitations. Some other stores have a mix of products,…Continue
Added by Manuel Nunez on April 2, 2013 at 12:43pm — No Comments
Your Guitar a la carte
At http://www.guitarfromspain.com we work directly with the leading manufacturers of Spanish guitars. This means we are able to customize your guitar and create a unique model that suits your needs, in very little extra time.
Added by Manuel Nunez on March 17, 2013 at 5:36am — No Comments
Do you know that in www.guitarfromspain.com you can customize your guitar before to buy it? You have dozens of options in most of our guitars. Lefty option, cutaway option, different tipes of electronics, type of wood for the soundboard and many more. All those modifications will be made at factory for you. Now your classical guitar, flamenco guitar or acoustic guitar can be your ever dreamed…Continue
Added by Manuel Nunez on March 2, 2013 at 8:00am — No Comments
2/28/13, I finally made it back to Arc Guitars Building School to work on my parlor size guitar. Due to other conflicts such as a snow trip I have not worked on the guitar for about 3 weeks. Needless to say its nice work on this project one more time. I also brought my Martin OOO in for help installing a Miniflex Mic. A special thank you to Al for helping me get that thing installed. The hole at the end pin was too small and needed to be enlarged with a router. Al also made some…Continue
Added by CSerway on March 1, 2013 at 6:00am — No Comments
Here's my latest blog on the Genz Benz Shenandoah amplifier!
I've been a big AER fan for many years and still love it! I love its size and its clarity and sound!
Recently I got the Shenandoah Compak 300 and it plain rocks my socks off. I hate to say it, but the AER is in the bag and the Genz Benz is getting used at the moment.
Along with my Bose L1 model 2, this combination of amplifiers is full-filling and sweet!…Continue
Added by Lance Allen on January 3, 2013 at 10:56am — No Comments
A number of years ago when I started my initial search for a quality guitar I came across the Zager site and was intrigued by the guarantee and the reviews of people with advanced ability who had nothing but praise for the Zager
How does this guitar compare with your old guitar, other guitars, or guitars you've tried in stores?
That is a difficult question to answer as my other guitar is a ZAD80,…
Added by rogerfred on December 26, 2012 at 11:01pm — No Comments
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If you're a DADGAD Freak and like Pierre Bensusan you must check out this video!
Taylor travel stand available from Taylor Guitars. The is the Taylor branded version of the Cooperstand Pro-G.. …Continue
Added by Daniel Cooper on October 30, 2012 at 7:00pm — No Comments
Ecco-G ti include Black velvet bag,…Continue
Skype has done wonders for connecting people around the world. We see it in schools, where a class in California chats with kids in Chile. Of course we see it in the home, where grandparents and grandchildren can catch up on the day's events over a meal together. And now we're increasingly seeing music instructors use the videoconferencing technology to offer lessons to students around the world.
Our video team at CNET connected with a Nashville, Tenn., based guitar teacher named…Continue
Added by Lance Allen on October 16, 2012 at 12:29pm — No Comments