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String Choices for 63 D-18
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Bryan Floyd Dec 18, 2010.

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Favorite Flatpickers
Clarence, Dan, and Doc
Favorite Flatpicking Tunes
Saint Anne's Reel
Favorite Guitars
Burkett AJ, Rockbridge, & an old D-18
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Comment Wall (22 comments)

At 2:19am on May 22, 2008, Dan Forney said…
Hey Mark!
Another website to share our pickin'! Good to see you here!
Dan
At 11:31am on May 22, 2008, Gary Collier said…
Recognize what guitar? You mean that piece of junk that's your avatar? :-)

Gary
At 5:13pm on June 6, 2008, Mark Thatcher said…
Hey Mark, nice picking on Arkansaw Traveler...as usual.
At 4:24am on June 7, 2008, Marty Lanham said…
Hello Mark, Welcome to the Great Gathering of Guitar Geeks.

Marty Lanham
At 8:28am on June 9, 2008, Mark Thatcher said…
Hi Mark, I am really liking the yardsale archtop I picked up. I got a Ranger Doug book on Freddie Green style big band rythym and I'm learning all those jazz chords. I'm having a blast. So much so in fact that I am now on the lookout for an old Gibby L-50 or L-48. With my D-18 for flatpicking, the big blonde Guild G-37 for rocking, if I can score an old 'burst Gibby L-50 for swinging I'll be all set :)
At 9:28am on June 9, 2008, Mark Thatcher said…
Mark, I play the guitar evey day. mainly cuz it is so fun to play. When I pick up the D-18, it sounds like a symphony compared to the Harmony. . The Harmony is so focused on those mids. It is a cool sounding guitar with those jazz chords. In comparison, the Martin actually sounds too full for the swing chords. I got a replacement pickguard for it. I really had a hard time choking up the money for it because the pickguard literally cost twice what I paid for the guitar :) I'm glad I got it though because it really adds to the vibe.
At 12:34pm on June 9, 2008, Mark Thatcher said…
hey Mark, I posted some pics on my page. There are a couple just like it on ebay right now. Just search Harmony Patrician. Mine is identical to the 60's era because of the white cover on the adjustable truss rod.
At 4:52am on June 11, 2008, Mark Thatcher said…
I Love it up on the Summit. On a clear day it is one of the most spectacular views. I envy those weather men stationed up there. When they are snowed in, must make for some good pickin time if they are so inclined.
At 1:50am on July 13, 2008, Andrea Tarquini said…
Hello Mark,
did you record Arkansas Traveller at home?
Not bad, really not bad.

Andrea

A
At 2:04am on July 16, 2008, Andrea Tarquini said…
Hey Mark, what model of bourgeois is the one in your picture?

Andrea

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