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  • yeah Kevin, the spruce and Indian Rosewood version, when I was looking for a twelve string I was considering an O32. I have the O25 cedar & R/W version from '87. These big Lowdens sound huge, once you get the right strings and action setup for …
  • you could try this Jocko http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vg7ugDja1fA
  • Originally Posted By: The23rdmanToo rich for me when EXP's are under a tenner on Amazon. I like the sensibility here, I usually request some strings for my birthday and provide my family with details of where to get a few sets with a reduction, bu…
  • if you mean DR's Jocko - here's some links + please read my post above - if you kill strings quickly, go the coated or cheap and cheerful route. http://www.bandshop.co.uk/DR-Acoustic-Gu...w=20&page=2 http://www.bandshop.co.uk/DR-Acoustic-Gu...…
  • Ah - strings, strings, strings. It's a subject that seems unfathomable to many - particularly over on the AGF where there regularly are endless discussions and what is evident is theres so much choice that people get genuinely confused. No criticism…
  • A straight forward sales pitch for expensive guitars. would love to hear him dropping the EC brand ID and everything that goes with it, say doing a solo gig on a Greenfield fan fret harp guitar in an alternative tuning pushing the acoustic guitar en…
  • forgot to say, I got the guitar in the video for £400 in the late '90's. heres some options - if ya don't mind a vintage vibe - these are made to be fingerpicked - http://www.reidys.com/pr/acoustic-guitars/vintage-ve8000pb-paul-brett-signature-1381…
  • Originally Posted By: plookI want to buy a 12 string acoustic guitar for mesing around with some Kottke/Fahey tunes. the thing that is mostly overlooked when buying a 12'er for fingerpicking is - room to get yer fingers in to pick (string spacing a…
  • ask your question here Mark - most likely place y'll get a workable solution - http://luthiersforum.com/forum/viewforum.php?f=10101&sid=636ed21ec502c0fbbb376678f2c61b0f moisture getting into the process can cause whitening but I wouldn't 'trust…
  • Originally Posted By: Jocko .........made in Scotland. From Girders! Padauk might have given the right hue dont tell me you put it in yer whiskey - Ahhhhh.. nice job BTW + logo is great
  • ehh - GR1 any good ? thats what I use for writing 'electronica', see my sig.
  • Originally Posted By: Seorie The above in an experience only you can have and it cant be done on a budget (within reason) one of the Eastman range (within reason- and budget) job done. I an a simple (retired) working guy - I've always been on a bud…
  • hi Nick, if ya really gotta play guitar and ya really gotta buy one it's really gotta that ya love the sound it makes and the way it plays - in your hands. The above in an experience only you can have and it cant be done on a budget (within reason) …
  • hi Tiggs, it depends on what u want to do with it ??? In the Gaelic music scene the Mandola fall's nicely in sessions between the 'treble'/ lead and accompaniment - guitar / Bouzouki. In 'Indie' music it could be a replacement for Tenor guitar - ? D…
  • this is sounding good Mark, can I suggest u be a bit more adventurous - nothing to loss in this 'environment', once you have all the musical data in your sequencer you can create a 'conventional' master of your project and save / record that whilst …
  • no trouble Mark, my pleasure SoS did a (52?) part - yeah 52 monthly articles on 'electronic music' - a great resource, many of the first lot o' links may not seem relevant - to you but if you root about in them there's lodsa great info and help.
  • hi again Mark, just on the MIDI front here is a 5 part series by possibly one of the best music tech magazines (and it's based in the UK) Sound on Sound, it's from 1995 !! and some minor things will have been 'updated' - http://www.soundonsound.com…
  • some of my links on DAW topics, I'm sure you'll find some useful - just work your way through them. https://co.native-instruments.com/index....id=9856&L=1 http://www.apple.com/downloads/macosx/audio/ http://www.steinberg.net/Steinberg/Downloa…
  • cant see it here Paul - http://www.jhs.co.uk/vintageelectroacoustic.html r u sure u got the right model number ? - LH for left hand ? if ya like it - play the hell outa it and dont over think it.
  • A '60's tale (1967, I was 17) One afternoon in Edinburgh I found myself on the sloping banks of Princes Street Gardens with my spanish guitar I noticed I had been joined slightly further down the bank by another guitar player but this guy could play…
    in May You Never Comment by Seorie May 2013
  • Originally Posted By: The Duke Sound-wise, an AER beats the pants off both but very expensive. What do you use and why? yeah - that was my experience when looking and I found an ex demo one (Compact 60) @ half the going price with full warranty !.…
  • Originally Posted By: Glen. I'm pretty sure I've seen your YouTube channel before, perhaps from another forum? yeah Glen that would be me probably My daughter made me as when I was recovering from a bad illness, I need to put some new one up but…
  • hi Glen, hope you find some like minded people even if just for the craic, generally a good bunch o' musicians up this way. I'm sorry I'm on the west coast, so a bit far for a jam. let us know how ya get on.
  • Nice wee guitar there Kevin, is it from '96 ?. Depending on the acidity and Oiliness of your skin do try Newton Masterclass and DR Rares - both uncoated so don't live long if you've got the devil sweat - but if you want to hear the potential of your…
  • well played, I was almost dancing to that
  • yeah, the guys a natural , good to hear someone play a 'tune' instead of all this 'style over content' of the tappers and slappers though I suspect he can cover that as well. And all done on a a guitar costing not much more than some people spend o…
  • yeah Trev, sounds like it has either been over tightened or he neck has warped backwards try slackening it off and leave it to settle down for a couple o' days.
  • woo thats way to complicated for the kinda music I play and the people I play for but thanks for posting. BTW those are huge Amps - are u a rock star by any chance ?
  • Hey BD, welcome - lots of good folks here. I'm afraid I never got as far as the theory thing being self taught 'n that, I don't even know what chords and scales I'm playing - I just try to make sounds I like 'n keep it simple.
  • read through this stuff http://www.behlen.co.uk/Merchant2/merchant.mvc?Screen=CTGY&Category_Code=MIAEF http://www.behlen.co.uk/Merchant2/merchant.mvc?Screen=CTGY&Category_Code=MUSIC http://www.behlen.co.uk/Merchant2/merchant.mvc?Screen=…