"Relaxed". I guess that is why I love the jazz-style of playing so much, TF. It allows one to really explore the guitar and its beautiful "smooth" (in your words) nuances.
Thanks also for identifying the make, model and the pickups for us. I never could have done that on my own, but what can one expect from a drummer who is a relative "newbie" on guitar? Still only a beginner - learning - and I hope I always will be.
Just word about my choices on the "Classics": Sometimes I like to feature the "stars", but I also sometimes stumble across someone who is not famous but exceptional and feature that person instead. I hope y'all won't mind if I take that little bit of leeway?
That being said, a "watch out" to all my Chordie friends for one of "our own" coming your way soon.
Thanks and feel free to submit any requests with a pm if you'd like me to feature someone special. I specify a pm so that it will come as a "surprise" to the rest of all my friends here.
I haven't forgotten about P.D.Q. Bach either, TF.
Have a great week!
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Takamine Jasmine accoustic/electric ----- PEARL DRUMS/Paiste Cymbals
Epi Les Paul Studio and Galveston accoustic/electric bass and Rogue Beatle Bass