Elixir Bronze on my Custom balladeer , 12-53 .
Elixir strings , problem solved .
Have any of you tried Guitartapp 2.8 Full version? I downloaded this app to my new tablet and was surprised at what it was able to do.
You can download several versions of the same song, transpose, and coordinate with youtube. Very impressive.
You can also locate any song you can think of and save it to a list. It will also convert files to Chordpro.
It will display all the chords and fingering, and display many variations of the same chords. Check it out, quite a new tool. It cost $1.99.
Hi , which app store is this on ? thanks .
Cos you like em.
Try humming or la la over chord sequence .
Nashville tuning string sets
Medium set would be .012, .016, .010, .014, .020, .030
Light set would be .010, .014, .009, .012, .018, .027
I used Martin Extra lights 80/20 strings, but only because thats all the local shop had.
Can,t quite get my head round these figures with the G and D strings lighter than the 1st . Think I,ll stay with the 10 -47 Elixir p/b.
To answer my own qustion, Elixir don,,t make a 12 set in p/bronze but are available in 80/20 bronze the gauge for 10s are 18 and 27 for the E and A. Don,t know if my local store has got something that would do, I,ll look in tomorrow.
Hi Pete and Howard,thanks for replying.Firstly it is phospher bronze strings,10~47. Never thought about the 12string octave trick, what gauge strings would be best suited?..........HB
Was just wondering how often you change your strings on your six string banjo and what make you prefer . I,ve been using Elixir 10s bronze and they still have a good tone and plenty of volume .they have been on it since last year when I got it set-up after buying it from the Bay..What say you .cheers.
Checkout the Fender guitar Forum .
Time for a proper set-up ,take it to the luthier for advice .
Hi Henry. It's a standard 5 string banjo. I've had it for 10 months now, I've learnt some songs with banjo tab but I would like to be able to pick along with more contemporary music. I'm looking for input from other banjo players, who have looked for songs that adapt well to banjo.
Well I guess I took the short route and got me a six string guit/jo . if it was good enough for Django it,ll do me fine . Good luck with your endeavours ..
You,re better than you think you are .
"600" owners usually start with replacing the stock speaker to a Jensen one , and replacing the grille cloth to something more open weave . Have a look on the Telecaster site for all the options .
What style of Banjo do you ow n,, tenor, 6 string etc .
Go for it , They are dated to the late 1800s , Django learned on one of them . I got mine off the Bay , be prepared to pay for a decent bridge/saddle and set up . they are great fun and louder than guitars .
The Marshal AS50D would do the job .Guitar , mic and drum machine no problem .
There is a fix for this , it is attached to the inside of the guitar under where the bridge is and to the place [roughly] where the strap button is via a dowel .. Sorry I can,t remember what it,s called offhand .
The AS100D is very much heavier .And the quality of the 50 is very good too.