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Martin Custom D Rosewood
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Kerry Krishna Oct 1, 2009.

Any one in the Indianapolis,In. area?
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Howard Band Feb 26, 2009.

Anyone ever exeprience this?
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Roger Ferguson Jun 2, 2009.

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Paul replied to Irving Sanders's discussion What type or brand guitar do you play?
"I have 2 Martin Custom D's 1 hog and 1 rosewood, A Gretch Historic Series and I just picked up an Eastman AC320 used for under 500.00 that will take any other dreadnaught made from 200. to 20000. to the edge."
Feb 7, 2010
Paul posted a discussion

Martin Custom D Rosewood

Solid spruce top. Solid rosewood back and sides. No Laminates. Nut, saddle and pins have been upgraded. Rosewood fretboard. Rosewood headstock plate. Frets in excellent shape. Comes with generic hard shell case. This guitar is really loud with a nice clear ring. A Bluegrass cannon.Can be seen and heard athttp://www.myspace.com/paulie0169No comments about my sloppy playing pleaseFinancial advisor says I have to sell before I can buy the new…See More
Sep 30, 2009
Paul replied to randy white's discussion ok I'm new so this topic has allready come around probably ..sorry but $1000 guitar?
"Definately the Eastman! I lust after one of these myself and for the money you get all solid woods ebony fretboards and bridges and they come really close to that old Martin sound. If that is what you are looking for."
Sep 12, 2009
Paul replied to randy white's discussion ok I'm new so this topic has allready come around probably ..sorry but $1000 guitar?
"I have to disagree to a point. I own 2 custom D's. 1 Mahogany and 1 Rosewood. Are they a d28 or a d18? No. But they both have plenty of tone and both are cannons. You can not find a louder acoustic guitar out there. That is the primary reason I…"
Sep 6, 2009
Roger Ferguson replied to Paul's discussion Anyone ever exeprience this?
"wow... It's like "deja vu" all over again!"
Jun 2, 2009
Roger Ferguson replied to Paul's discussion Anyone ever exeprience this?
"consider this too.... It is pretty hard to monitor one's own progress. It's like nurturing a puppy... a friend might come over and say, "Wow, your dog sure has grown!" and you may not have even noticed the "progress"…"
Jun 2, 2009
Roger Ferguson replied to Paul's discussion Anyone ever exeprience this?
"Also keep in mind that it hard to monitor one's own progress. Living with it every day is kind of like nurturing a puppy. A friend might come over and say, "Wow, your dog sure is getting big" and you might not have really noticed…"
Jun 2, 2009
Paul replied to Irving Sanders's discussion What type or brand guitar do you play?
"I would love to be able to afford an upscale custom dreadnaught. But it just isn't in the cards. With that being said I have to stick with my pair of Martin Custom D's. 1 Rosewood 1 Mahogany. They have volume tone and character. Can't…"
May 24, 2009
Paul commented on Dan Miller's group Flatpicking Essentials
"I have been in the first book for only about a week. I have been playing for about 2 years and never really progressed past just playing chords and straight rhythm with no runs but the infamous g runs. The first volume has helped me more, in the…"
May 24, 2009
Paul and Jared Arney are now friends
Apr 13, 2009
Jared Arney left a comment for Paul
"There isn't too many of us out there for sure....only Arney's i know are family...we probably are related...HA!"
Apr 12, 2009
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This group is for members who are working with the 8-Volume Flatpicking Essentials course written by Dan Miller and Tim May. This is the place to meet others who are working with the course and share your arrangements.See More
Apr 11, 2009
Paul left a comment for Jared Arney
"Greetings, Just thought I would post a line seeing that we have the same last name. Not many Arney's out there. Paul"
Apr 10, 2009
Andrew replied to Paul's discussion Anyone ever exeprience this?
"Do you use a metronome and keep a log of your practice sessions. Sometimes, it can be reassuring to see that, indeed, you have been able to play a tune at faster speeds over a period of time."
Mar 29, 2009
Dave Engel replied to Paul's discussion Learning material
"Hey Paul, Get the first 2 of Dan Miller's 8 volume set (book and CD), "complete" everything you'll ever want to know about the subject is and will be in these volumes. Go to the FMG site. Personally, I'm glad Dan did this…"
Mar 5, 2009
Paul replied to Paul's discussion Learning material
"Hi Paul All of the mentioned are good and I would agree with Steve Kaufman's instructional Cd's and Dvd's Along with his great teaching skills he has a great sense of humor and is a great player check out his stuff , the Figuring Out…"
Mar 3, 2009

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Too many to list right now. I would not be able to narrow it down.
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See my response to Favorite Flatpickers.
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I currently am having a long lasting love affair with the Martin sisters

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At 6:02pm on April 12, 2009, Jared Arney said…
There isn't too many of us out there for sure....only Arney's i know are family...we probably are related...HA!

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