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Ron Carnihan replied to Doug Lindhout's discussion What tuner do you use? in the group Beginner Flatpickers
"By the way here is a link: http://www.digitech.com/products/Vocalist/VocalistResources.php I use a tuner that is built into my Digitech Vocalist Live 4. When we play live, I run my 14" cable through it before going to the sound system. I also…"
May 24, 2009
Ron Carnihan replied to Doug Lindhout's discussion What tuner do you use? in the group Beginner Flatpickers
"I use a tuner that is built into my Digitech Vocalist Live 4. When wee play a lot live and I run my 14" cable through it before going to the sound system. I also use it wnen just playing/singing into a mic. My delayed responses ( or lack of…"
May 24, 2009

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At 8:47pm on July 9, 2008, David Jakubiak said…
Yes .. I believe if you buy it, you should atleast play it. The D-45V is a beautiful guitar. I am very careful with it. The D-18 only dates to 1972.
At 4:27pm on September 26, 2008, Wayne Kinton said…
Hey picker....good hearing from you....gonna have to look you all up sometime....yeah, that 'cruz draws a lot of attention....I traded an old Gibson banjo for it years ago...good move I thought...
take care,

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Easy Solution To a Common Acoustic/Electric String Problem

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