That is cool...
That is sweet!
Hello, jcellini ... and welcome to Chordie!
Chordie doesn't host pics, so they'll need to be online somewhere, so you can then embed the link as follows:
My own preference for uploading photos is Google's Picasa, but there are also several other very good ones. I found this stock photo of your guitar online, and just gotta say "Wow!" Congratulations, and Happy NGD!
That's it exactly.. Thanks for putting that up..
Im trying, but I don't see where to post pictures? Ive always had a problem posting pics here.
Here are pictures of the 79' Guild G37SB I posted about in the Acoustic forum. Its in great cond. and sounds just as good.
Thanks for your feed back. It was my brother in laws, he bought it new and I know his guitars are kept pristine. I played it last night for while, what a great sound. I think it'll be a keeper.
Welcome back. and check out song of the month , its a new area.
Thanks, where can I find "song of the month?"
Practice, practice , practice. That was my learning method.
I have always dreamed of owning a KOA wood guitar, till I actually played one. Its a hard wood and very bright.. like a bell.
Breedlove master class-USA
Breedlove black magic-Korea
Gibson Les Paul Traditional- USA
Epiphone es 339- Japan
Does anyone have any experience with this model? I have a chance to pick up a1981in mint condition for 400.00 with the original hard shell case. I know the owner and was there in 1981 when he bought it for 800.00 plus.
WOW! I haven't been to this site in a long time.. I love the new look. As far as camp fire guitars go, I have an Ibanez jumbo acoustic that booms sound. Great for the unplugged strummer..
I have a Gibson Les Paul Trad. Pro II and an Epiphone es 339 and I love them both. But one was 500.00 and was 2,000.00. I can feel and hear the difference between them. But if your looking at an Epi for 1,000.00 I would thing you can get a nice Gibson for that price.
Congrats, always loved Martins.
Justin has a great site! Happy Birthday.
When I have to strum fast I use a thin pick. I always change up my picks according to strum speed.
At least you stuck it out to become a junior member. Missing you already.
This is the best site.
Laughed my a** off at this........
Our prayers are with you and your family..
Thanks Roger I would love to send a photo or two, but for as long as I've been a member here I have not been able to post photos. I have read all the links on how to do it, it just doesn't work. The only photo I have ever posted on Chordie was do to large help of Amy.
...and as if by magic.
Hi everyone! I haven't posted in a long time but I do check in once and a while. A couple of weeks ago for my 25th wedding anniversary my loving wife bought me a Gibson Les Paul Traditional Pro2. I've been wanting the LP for a couple of years now and check them out constantly on line and at the guitar stores, but the money I've spent for the five guitars I already own and the constant chatting I do about my next one seems to get on her nerves, so it came as a total surprise when I unwrapped my gift and was the exact one I have been dreaming about. What do ya know! she really does listen when I speak guitar....I am more of a acoustic player but I do like plugging into my amp and letting it rip once in a while. I have a Taylor solid body electric that I've had for a couple of years now and I love to hold it and noodle around plugged or un plugged, but I have to admit the tone of the new LP blows it away. So for now I seem to be content, but...I already have my next guitar picked out, but I don't dare tell my wife...
Ill print stuff and put it in a BIG BINDER alphabetically.