Welcome to this week’s episode of Acoustic Tuesday where I share my guitar geek list of gear, artists, and resources to keep you inspired to live your absolute BEST acoustic life!
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Featured in This Episode…
#4 The Pillars of Purposeful Practice
Pillar No. 1 – Prime Your Time
Step #1 Set Your Intention
Step #2 Same Time and Same Place
#3 Featured Artist: Nathaniel Murphy
His versatility! His arrangements! His overall badassness! I mean there isn’t anything this guy can’t play. You can get lost in his Instagram feed just marveling at the different things he’s playing like it’s nothing. It would take me months to learn one song the way he plays it!
Check Out Nathaniel Murphy’s Tap Infused Bluegrass Riff
Nathaniel’s Fingerstyle Version of Sweet Home Chicago
Rooftop Funk Off of Nathaniel’s Debut Album “War For The Moment”
Hi Tony and Noah,
I pick standard peghead.
I’d have to go with slotted heads. They DO sound better, and I happen to like the way they look. I’d rather have that look than an inlay on the headstock. As for stringing… Tony, you just have to get used to them and they’re as easy as any standard headstock to string. What IS a pain is stinging a classical guitar at the BRIDGE, not at the head. Good thing I was a Boy Scout for all that knot-tying!
My complete sympathy on the ‘Hawks poor start. I’m an avid Chicago Bulls fan (1-3 against awful teams), so I’m right with ya.
dry ice bombs.
Put a few chunks in a plastic coke bottle add a little water replace cap tightly and through a safe distance.
Do not use glass bottles . EVER !
Just saw 114,very cool.thank you tony.nathanial murghpy, beautiful guitar player.i enjoyed watching him.have a fun halloween.,to you and noah.see you At show115.i love your show,from a guitar geek from Florida.!!👍💡😀☕️🎸🎙️🎸💜🎹🥁🎻🍺👍
Love slotted head guitars, but I have to go with Tony. One of my early guitars was a 1967 Martin D12-20, a twelve fret, slotted head 12 string. Changing strings was a real challenge!