"Todd....welcome to Memphis....what kinda stuff do you like to play? There's a couple of jams around, but I haven't been on the scene in a while. One's at Yarborough Music...and the other is every Sat by MABA....(Memphis…"
all the Winfield winners that teach at Kaufman Kamp, all the teachers who don't go to Winfield ,
Chris Newman, Tony McMonster, Robin Bullock
wait...don't forget Adam Granger....and Stephen Benett
Well..um...Norman, Clarence and Tony
Favorite Flatpicking Tunes
all Irish jigs, reels and Hornpipes
NGC's and Proulx's and my '25 0018 and my '74 D35S
...did I say I have a bunch of others...
I have had a pretty bad case of gas for the last several years and have collected a couple of nice guitars...I'll try to post some pics here in the future.
I'm just thinking, I have 3 guitars that are 1 and 7/8 or bigger, some that 1 3/4...and some 1 11/16...It's a bit difficult to go from one extreme to the other in a short period of time, but I haven't had a real problem. Seems like some folks are selling guitars because they want the 1 3/4 and have the 1 11/16....I just can't really tell the difference after I get a few minutes of playing in. My 1925 0018's neck is a bit like a club...bigger than my GE....but it sure feels good after a few… Continue
School's almost up, that's wut! I'm anxious to pick on that new Lanham! Barry says its sweet as Tupelo honey! I haven't forgotten that I owe a case or two from last year. Gimme a holla afore we head up to Kamp.
Mario...why do these cedar topped Cocco's sound so good?
I think the warmth of the cedar top works well with the cocobolo, which can be very bright, to the point of being harsh at times. I work the cocobolo toward a warmer response when combined with spruces, but let it do its bright/harsh thing when combined with the cedar.
"Just added the Taylor K22e to my collection. Physically, it is the most beautiful guitar that I have ever seen. The lovely KOA and maple combinations are literally breathtaking. The KOA and boxwood ocean vine inlay on the fret board is striking, as…"
"Where does the time go? I've come to accept the physical limitations which come with age, but mine are of a degree which interfere with my ability to play for more than a couple of hours per day. It's disheartening, but I simply do the…"
"I hear you, buddy. I will hit the big 70 in January! YikesI But nothing, and I mean absolutely nothing, will keep me from several hours a day on my guitar, banjo, and fiddle. I figure, now that I am retired, every day is Saturday! You are one…"