(5 replies, posted in Song requests)

It's a G-D-C tune... I can write it all out if you need it but it's pretty simple.


(275 replies, posted in Electric)

54 yrs old here...


(24 replies, posted in Acoustic)

As far as Transposing songs to match your harmonica,...may I suggest this site...



(8 replies, posted in Acoustic)

Definately a humidity issue. get a hygrometer for the room where your guitars are. If the humidity is less then 40-45%, get a guitar humidifier. They're usually $30 or less.



(49 replies, posted in Electric)

I'm with Roger on this one. I have a Washburn acoustic/electric that I could never part with.
It's important that you feel good with whatever you play.
(of course if someone hit me in the head with a high-end Taylor,...I might wake up)  :-)


(4 replies, posted in Guitars and accessories)

Epiphone has what you want,...cheaper, and some people swear by them. (even cheaper if you can find a used one).

I haven't seen this yet,...would be interesting to try out...


(8 replies, posted in About Chordie)


(242 replies, posted in Chordie's Chat Corner)

North-east Ontario, Canada....I've been around the sun 52 times, been playing for most of that, and I promise never to stop learning... <img src="images/smiley_icons/icon_cool.gif" border=0 alt="Cool">


(6 replies, posted in Guitars and accessories)

<table border="0" align="center" width="90%" cellpadding="3" cellspacing="1"><tr><td class="SmallText"><b>jaygordon75 wrote on Wed, 21 March 2007 10&#58;50</b></td></tr><tr><td class="quote">
For standard tuning the E and B are tuned in unison...E A D G are tuned an octave apart...

correct! <img src="images/smiley_icons/icon_cool.gif" border=0 alt="Cool">

Thanks for the link, tkg3  <img src="images/smiley_icons/icon_smile.gif" border=0 alt="Smile">


(62 replies, posted in Electric)

Washburn EA18TS acoustic/electric tobacco sunburst. Darn thing never goes out of tune...


(27 replies, posted in Acoustic)

They ARE refering to a pick, and it's 0.70 mm.

I use an even thinner pick (0.46mm), or no pick at all.

I think the most important thing in achieving a good sound, is to tune a guitar as best as you can. If a guitar is just a little out of tune, it'll sound like crap. A good electronic tuner is the best investment you will make, and it's not expensive ($20-$40).


(3 replies, posted in Acoustic)

Oh, but there are so many thousands of good acoustic tunes to be played!....p.m. me and I'll see if I can dig up a few easy ones.