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  1. In Topic:Nashville Tuning

    24 May 2017 - 11:56 AM

    Apropos of this discussion....Posted Image

    I've decided to try Nashville Tuning....for the first time....

    It should add an extra dimension to some of my Travis Picking arrangements....[thumbup]

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  2. In Topic:Offer received for ES345...should I take it?

    24 May 2017 - 11:46 AM

    Some idealists would pay for the worn out originality....[unsure]

    For whatever reason....:blink:

    A player/user would have to spend quite large money to sort out frets etc...

    So one kind of common sense would indicate sell....

    Or keep what is a fine guitar and refurbish as appropriate....[thumbup]

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  3. In Topic:Your favorite guitarist ever!!!

    24 May 2017 - 01:42 AM

    View Postcody78, on 23 May 2017 - 10:46 AM, said:

    Haha! Elvis was great as a singer and performer and I own a lot of his records, I just never considered him to be a guitarist. Just because he held a guitar and pretended to strum much of the time does not make him a guitarist. I thought it bizarre he could be anybody's favourite guitarist, but if he is that's fine. I don't get it at all, but it's fine [laugh]

    In light of this, I have decided James Blunt is my favourite guitarist :rolleyes:



    I believe the classic 'Sun' studio recordings feature the truly excellent rhythm guitar of Elvis.....[thumbup]

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  4. In Topic:Your favorite guitarist ever!!!

    23 May 2017 - 09:15 AM

    I think I may have mentioned this earlier on in this thread....

    But I'm not sure....[unsure]

    Bert Weedon....

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  5. In Topic:Nashville Tuning

    22 May 2017 - 06:39 AM

    Excellent post....[thumbup]

    As a die hard 12 stringer though, I beg to contribute regarding EQ and recording issues thereof.....[biggrin]

    I usually get a good sound through a variety of sometimes indifferent PA's....and have recorded successfully.....Posted Image

    It does take experience, skill and a deft touch to optimise the beauty of a 12 string sound-wise

    And it would be a shame to steer folks away from meeting that challenge....

    Forget ye not the fine 12 string recordings of John Lennon, Leadbelly, Gary Davis, The Byrds, John Denver, Glen Campbell, Wings, Brian May and many more....[thumbup]

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