It's a G-D-C tune... I can write it all out if you need it but it's pretty simple.
As far as Transposing songs to match your harmonica,...may I suggest this site...
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.
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) :-)
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...
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">
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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">
Washburn EA18TS acoustic/electric tobacco sunburst. Darn thing never goes out of tune...
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).