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 Fix Your Acoustic Guitar Buzz
If you’re a guitar geek like me you look forward to that moment in the day when you can kick back and have some fun playing your acoustic guitar. But nothing can spoil that fun like a buzz emanating from it. So in today’s video lesson, I’m going to help you identify where that buzz is coming from.
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#3 What’s On the Turntable This Week?
This week’s featured acoustic artist is Nathan Salsburg. Nathan comes recommended to us by Acoustic Tuesday listener Andrew D. from Richland WA, who is on a HOT streak. This is his third time recommending an artist that has totally knocked my socks off! Andrew says, “Reminds me of a modern day John Fahey without the internal demons.”
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#2 Cruztools Acoustic Guitar Tech Kit Review
This is something that every guitar player MUST have. It just came out, and is the Acoustic Guitar Tech Kit made by Cruztools. If you’re anything like me when you go to change your strings, you start by asking your significant other where the wire clippers are located. You then follow with where is my string winder? And where are my extra strings? Every time. Enter Cruztools, life changed.
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#1 David Bromberg Unsung Treasure Documentary Review
If you consider yourself a guitar geek, if you like guitar in general, if you like personal stories you need to add this to your watch list. David Bromberg Unsung Treasure is one to watch. He was a musical enigma. It’s a fascinating story, a documentary everyone should see. I learned a lot about him in this film and really enjoyed it.
See this Documentary Review