#4 Beautiful Feedback Busting
Feedback is a bummer; It’s loud, ornery, inconvenient, and can ruin an acoustic performance. It is the nature of the beast though… when you plug in an acoustic guitar at a certain volume it will feedback. Those black “Feedback Busters” exist but quite honestly I think those are as ugly as sin. So what is a guitar geek to do…
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#3 What’s On the Turntable This Week?
Judging by the amount of passion and mojo that pour out of every note this artist plays, he is very much a student of the blues. Whether playing a banjo, resonator guitar, or his 1930’s Regal the tone and vibe of the blues seems to surround this fingerpicker. He delivers songs with grit, sweat, and a perfect imperfectness that keeps you coming back time and time again…
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#2 Guitar Geek Library Expansion
Guitar geeks often get inspired by trying out new guitars. You play a different instrument and your mind goes into overdrive thinking of all of the possibilities that having that instrument could provide. This phenomenon is quite common amongst guitar lovers, but there are those rare moments when an instrument actually takes your breath away and leaves a mark on your guitar geek heart…
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#1 History Told With Guitars
Hanging a guitar on a wall is a statement. It could mean so many things… things like “I play guitar,” or “this guitar means a lot to my family and I,” or even “in this house we love music.” Just one guitar can make quite a profound statement, but what happens when there are 1700 of them…
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Hi from ATL
Good Morning gents , lookin fine as frogs hair this fine morn’
bright an sunny Alberta, Ca.
Hi, from the shores of Lake Superior
Greetings from the North Carolina Mountains
#smallwin Just ordered a ZAGER ZAD 80 OM
Hey guys! Thanks for all you do. Really digging Jody Carroll…keep up the great work!
You know you’re a guitar geek when, you’re at the Rialto Theater during the Acoustic Life Festival and you are accused of checking out the ladies when in fact you were really just searching the floor for the D’Addario Acrylux Nitra Pick that you dropped the previous night while pulling money out of your pocket to buy microbrews for Tony S and yourself at the bar inbetween performances.
Seems like the Songbirds museum, if coupled with visits to bourbon distilleries in TN & KY, would be be a terrific trip. If you’re going to the museum, why pass up the distilleries?