#2
woohoo - couldn't wait till the part where you opened the case... and when you finally took out your new guitar! congrats many times over and thanks for sharing such a wonderful experience
Quote by Skeet UK
I just looked in my Oxford English Dictionary and under "Acoustic Guitar", there was your Avatar and an email address!
#4
Quote by stepchildusmc
that's a beautiful guitar. instead of the cheesy dramatics, a quick demo woulda been nice.
Nonsense. Cheesy is so way in. Why from time to time, I go back and read Fender's sales pitch for the "Sonoran". Hang ten dude..... ....(that laughing continues)........as someone shouts, "wipe out".
Last edited by Captaincranky at Apr 28, 2013,
#5
Congrats on your new guitar. I can understand the excitement.

What style do you usually play?
My God, it's full of stars!
#6
"What style do you usually play?"

Thanks for asking!

I'm a beginner (two years only including 1 year of lessons)... so I'm still trying to figure things out.

Trying to define my goals... I think I want to stay in the 1930's space.

I prefer finger-picking style over just playing chords.

Know any good 1930's songs I can engage with and the best place to find the associated sheet music? Btw, I'm starting with "In the Mood" from the Great American Songbook for Guitar; by Mark Hanson.

-- Robert
Last edited by gliesian at Apr 29, 2013,
#8
want 800 more? post a quick clip. i'm dying to hear how it sounds ! that's a beautiful looking guitar Robert.
#10
oh yeah ! most rooms do that...as soon as i leave them ! always thought it was angels singing to me, turns out they were partying after i left.
need more gear and a lot more talent(courtesytuxs)
#11
Good choice of guitar..you won't regret it. Anyone know why Martin changed the fingerboard to ebony?