Just getting caught up here. Thinking of your family and sister, my friend.
I love my focusrite. They have them for sale on SDOTD every now and again
I keep my picks in an old glass spice jar, usually vanilla. It keeps the picks safe and makes them smell a bit nice, which is fun.
- A music stand
- straplocks for your guitars if you plan to play with a strap.
- depending on the climate you live in, fretboard cleaning wipes.
BGD forced me to buy a The Loar LH300-VT off of Reverb.
Is this a thank you for the arm twisting? Sounds like a thank you. I'll take it.
I just got a Breedlove parlor guitar. It’s my go to for when I’m downstairs. When I’m upstairs it’s my old 1952 guild, which is the first guitar bought for me as a gift back when I was 5-6 years old. Still sounds great.
Re: Help choosing tubes for a 1966 Fender Vibro Champ-amp (6 replies, posted in Guitars and accessories)
What part of the world are you in? With an amp like that I would take it to the shop for sure. More expensive but make sure the work is done right. good luck
Such a cool sounding old instrument.
Also if you’re whacking the piss out of the strings they will start sharp, so tune down slightly. I’ve found that for my stroke this means my g and b strings need to be a few cents flat as they take the brunt of it.
man I love that friggin song. You have brass cojones to even try it my friend! Good job.
Mr Dude excellent a family that plays together stays together.
That’s the hope! The little one is just 7 months but I think we are going to have to make him a drummer to round out the band.
Old. Lol. Well played!
I think I’m still the baby on the forum here. 43 this year.
Lots of music updates to report.
Mrs Dude is finally pursuing her life long dream of learning classical guitar. Her instructor is a monster player and fantastic teacher with a PhD in guitar from University of North Texas, which has a very elite music program.
Got her a Cordoba C7 and she’s practicing a few hours a week.
My oldest is a trombonist but wants to be in JAZZ BAND as a bass player. We borrowed an instrument for his first few months and he’s taking it seriously so we just got him a G and L Tribute series bass.
Finally my 5yo has been playing uke for a few months now and is taking it seriously so we got her a baby Taylor.
Whole family full of musician and my house has music in it several hours a day. It’s a dream come true and I couldn’t be happier. And I’m super proud of my bride for learning something new.
Joe, sorry to hear about your loss. Terrible news.
I would delete “Key of C” as you’ve written some cool modulations in here but no part of it is in C
My son was named after John Coltrane, but the little fella isn’t famous. Yet.
Holy **** 189 shows
Awesome, are you professional?
Was back then although a couple of us held down day jobs to allow our band mates to focus on music. It was fun.
Now I play maybe 2 gigs a year
Baldguitardude wrote:Zurf wrote:
Like my sight reading.
I still might use it on stage tomorrow. The action is half as high as it was. I just can't use the first frets on E or A, which only matters in Bb. One song is in Bb, but I'll slide up to grab the Bb and Eb as the sixth fret rather than the first. Intonation at the 12th feet is ok even with the slightly high action.
Because unlike my sight reading your bass can make it through a gig.