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 Red Bear Picks

I want to share with you my review of the Red Bear Guitar Picks made in Cedar City Utah. This company makes over 30 styles of picks. I tried quite a few, do you want to know what I dug about them? Watch the review to find out!

See the Acoustic Guitar Accessory Review

#3 What’s On the Turntable This Week?

This week’s featured artist is Boubacar Traoré. One of our listeners recommended this artist and boy am I glad he did! This is the kind of music you can just listen to and zone out…it’s almost trance-like. Check it out.

See this Acoustic Artist Review

#2 Acoustic Guitar Player 5 Minute Stretch

Stretching is extremely important to your guitar playing journey. These are simple stretches I show you that take very little time.

See this Segment On Stretching 

#1 Lomax: The Songhunter

I want to share with you some insight on the Alan Lomax documentary. In this episode I also share a little discovery with you about Alan’s recordings for the Library of Congress.

See the Alan Lomax Documentary Details

  • Hey Cal again from Sherwood Park Alberta ,Canada
    You guys have to check out “Stonehouse guitars.com”
    Very Very nice Ken Connery is a master luthier that does amazing work at incredibly reasonable pricing.

  • 1. Watching AT57
    2. Small Win is that I got the 5th String Tuner Peg out of the neck of an old Harmony banjo without destroying the neck. Looks like it was a replacement for the original friction peg.

  • #smallwins
    I had my ear and heart set on a Limited Edition Martin America 1(Addy top, sycamore back & sides, cherry neck, black walnut bridge & fretboard). I phoned Sweetwater music – they were out of stock. They phoned Martin factory – they were out of stock…SO, they made one FOR ME! After nearly 4 months it arrived. It’s the closest I will ever get to a custom made Martin. It’s a beautiful instrument with an amazing sound. So I and the credit card company are happy I ordered this great guitar!

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