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methodistgirl
Apr-01-2008, 02:50
I wonder how many guitar players are there in this forum? Cefobe is
supposed to be one of us, and I play the guitar. Could you guys
let me know? I'm sitting here with mine in my lap and I can't do like
Cefobe and send you guys a video via youtube. So let me know
something.
judy tooley:cool:

C5Says
Apr-01-2008, 02:58
Maybe you can just audio record it instead and save to mp3? :)

I'm married to a guitarman.

methodistgirl
Apr-01-2008, 03:34
I guess I could do that if I could get a microphone for my computer.
That's when I will get my camera also.
judy tooley

Rodolfo Cucculelli
Apr-04-2008, 10:34
Dear guitar players:
I invite to see my recently updated guitar-site: http://www.flamencoguitar.it
In it you can see different flamenco guitar models, copies of historic Spanish flamenco guitars and own models, all acoustic and electro acoustic flamenco guitars, you can download flamenco mp3 and flamenco videos.
Any your question regarding my guitar models will be welcome!.
My best regards,
Rodolfo Cucculelli,
Guitar maker.

methodistgirl
Apr-04-2008, 14:46
Welcome to the forum. Come on in and join the party! I also play the
guitar. I could either rock out on it or playit spanish style. Welcome
aboard.
judy tooley

Corno Dolce
Apr-04-2008, 19:05
Buon giorno Maestro Cucculleli,

Magnifico!!!

Ciao,

Corno Dolce :):):):)

dollar
Apr-29-2008, 11:40
Hello everyone,

I really want to learn electric guitar. My favorite electric guitarists are BB King, SRV, Buddy Guy, Eric Johnson, David Gilmour etc.

How difficult is it for a fingerstyle player to learn electric guitars and be able to play Blues Solo? I only play with thumpick and three fingers and never learn to play with a pick. And I am very new to scales etc. I personally feel that learning online lessons could be a better option then going to private classes…Anyone here knows a good source for online lessons for beginners interested in electric guitars.

marval
Apr-29-2008, 12:55
Hello dollar

Welcome to the forum

I am not a guitarist, but there are some here, so I am sure you will get some replies.


Margaret

methodistgirl
Apr-29-2008, 15:29
I play the guitar. Before you can do those fancy finger works you need
to know some of the basic chords. I will try to help you. By the way,
welcome to the forum. I'm glad there is someone beside myself who
plays the guitar.
judy tooley

Krummhorn
Apr-29-2008, 16:57
:wave: Hi dollar,

Welcome to Magle International Music Forums.
Although I do not play any form of the guitar, I'm pretty sure you will be able to find lots of answers to your questions as well as enjoy some wonderful discussions about your instrument.

methodistgirl
Apr-29-2008, 20:50
Rodolfo, I looked up the guitar gallery. They made me wished I still
had my spanish guitar. What I have now is an Estaban guitar which
likes to cut my fingers when I play it. I bought one when I was a kid
visiting Mexico. There was something like a farmers market there
probably a marketplace. They had homemade guitars in plastic bags
hanging like sausages side by side. My dad bought me one. You
don't know how I miss that little instrument. All of the Estabans I
can purchase could never replace that one.:cry: This is the one I did
learn how to play guitar on. I was eleven then now I'm in my late
forties.
judy tooley

Deeru Piotr
May-13-2008, 16:46
Hello everyone, it's been a while since I didn't visit the forum
I play guitar too, and though I am certainly a newbie at it (I recently learned this word "newbie" in english, hope is not offensive) I'm taking classes and I'm very happy with how it goes!

methodistgirl
May-13-2008, 17:33
Deeru, I'm trying to learn a little spanish. I hope I said this right.
Gracias por venir de foro.
judy tooley

maz.
May-25-2008, 22:19
Ello there! Alright, so I just joined 2 minutes ago and I'm a guitar player [amutere] not awesome. i just started learning today so if anyone could simply any notes that would be apriciated

methodistgirl
May-25-2008, 22:24
The best thing to do right now is just to get used to the instrument.
I also play the guitar. I've played it since I was twelve. I'm 47 now.
The strings are one thing you need to condition your fingers on so
that you can play it. Next just doodle with the different frets up
and down and each string. I call that doing scales. By the way,
welcome to the forum. You need to check out my thread on the
guitar.
judy tooley

marval
May-25-2008, 23:47
Hi maz

Welcome to the forum, good to have you here.

I don't play the guitar, but those who do will advise you.


Margaret

Krummhorn
May-26-2008, 01:09
Hello maz. :wave:

Welcome to Magle International Music Forums.
While not a guitar player myself, there are others here that do.

We know that you will enjoy your time spent here - this site can be very addicting :cheers:

12Alex
May-27-2008, 08:19
Maz.! First of all you must purchase good guitar. Bad instrument can entail to lack of desire to play music on the guitar.

methodistgirl
May-27-2008, 14:41
That is so true Alex. I have an Estaban that I try to play that likes to
cut my fingers and leave them sore. I've had guitars that were a real
joy to play too. Those are the ones that you want to learn on. Some
thing that you can play with joy instead of pain from sore fingers.
judy tooley

methodistgirl
Jul-25-2008, 05:24
I just happen to like to sit with my guitar and relax playing soft jazz so
I can focus on my day.
judy tooley:guitar:

stephen wainman
Aug-21-2008, 14:03
I would like to learn Classical Guitar, and and am seeking information on the best current makers. Are they all in Spain, or are there guitar builders as good elsewhere. How much should you pay for a very good guitar? My playing interests include Renaissance, Baroque, mainly.

marval
Aug-21-2008, 20:22
Hi Stephen

Welcome to the forum, good to have you here.

Sorry I can't help, but do stick around, there might someone who can help you.


Margaret

methodistgirl
Aug-22-2008, 02:06
What is it that you want to learn. Maybe I can help.
judy tooley

stephen wainman
Aug-22-2008, 08:42
What is it that you want to learn. Maybe I can help.
judy tooley

Hello! Thanks for replying.

I'm interested primarily in playing music c. 1500 - 1700. I have some CDs of English and Venetian lute music that I love. I'm also a tremendous fan of Paul Galbraith's JS Bach recordings.

I'd like to find out who are the best Classical guitar makers, and what the cost would be of a good instrument.

methodistgirl
Aug-22-2008, 22:44
Either go to a local music store that sells instruments or go on line.
They can help. What I have is one of those by Estaban and I don't
like mine. I would rather have a classical guitar. They are easy on
the fingers unlike the Estaban.
judy tooley

raphbee
Aug-25-2008, 14:59
I'm currently trying to learn percussive/fingerstyle guitar. Check out magicbrook's guitar workshop videos:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rVJRv1mvNwo
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NjBC5y6bmWY

methodistgirl
Aug-25-2008, 17:55
The flamanco style guitar playing is similar to what you are talking about.
I play it that way on some songs.
judy tooley

Corno Dolce
Aug-25-2008, 18:29
Real flamenco guitar performance requires a lifetime of serious study, blood, sweat, tears, and performance before one can be recognised as a flamenco artist - everything else is just posing - Here is the master himself:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UTjCvUoRrWw&feature=related

charliewill
Sep-11-2008, 10:48
Hey everyone

Ive been playing guitar for four years now, and now I want to learn electric guitar. I'm looking to buy an electric guitar, I just learnt it 2 weeks ago.
this Electric guitar (http://www.popvoucher.co.uk/cheap-epiphone-les-paul-black-beauty-electric-guitar_lid-pmqummap.html) catch my eye, but I don't know wheather it is suitable for a beginner

Can anyone recommend a good brand or model for about $300-$400? Cheers.

Corno Dolce
Sep-11-2008, 10:59
Aloha charliewill,

Welcome aboard! Please do make yourself feel right at home and stay for a spell. Do stick around - there are many experts on this Forum and at least one of them will soon come forth and provide you with some feedback in regards to your query.

Cheerio,

Corno Dolce :):):)

sunwaiter
Sep-12-2008, 10:45
hey Charliewill i got my Gibson SG special maybe six or seven years ago for about 900 euros ( must be 1000 dollars, approximately ). i don't know the prices today but that's what a "classic" was worth at the time.

to Corno: yep, flamenco is a hell of a hard thing to master. i met one 30 year-old guy that was into it. spiky fingers and rough attack, strange-looking chords, you know the deal. i play a little acoustic guitar, trying to develop my own thing but i ain't got the discipline and most of all the time to get it. anyway flamenco's not my thing, though i like watching a good player from time to time.

methodistgirl
Sep-13-2008, 01:10
Classical style guitar is similar to flamenco guitar but a bit easier. All it
takes is a little practice. If you can play a tune with a spanish twist
like Bach's Joy of Man's Desire you have it made in the shade. Just learning
the chords can be challenging to learn sometimes. It just takes time
and your playing can happen. As for the right electric guitar, I would
get a Fender Strat. They play like a dream!:cool:
judy tooley

Corno Dolce
Sep-13-2008, 05:04
Aloha Ms. Judy,

Classical guitar is similar to Flamenco Guitar? Maybe you'd like to revisit that statement my dear - check this vid out:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J37NYKDga74&feature=related/fmt=18

Cheerio,

CD :):):)

jamescliff
Oct-04-2008, 11:06
Ello there! Alright, so I just joined 2 minutes ago and I'm a guitar player [amutere] not awesome. i just started learning today so if anyone could simply any notes that would be apriciated

Hey man,

I am newbie here. I am music lover & I love to play guitar!!! Can you tell me the exact finger position on electronic guitar?

Enjoy Music!! :D
_____________
James Cliff

methodistgirl
Oct-04-2008, 20:58
That's the easiest question on the planet! The fingering on the electric
guitar is the same as the acoustic. I have had both and I can tell that.
the only difference is how much easier an electric guitar comparing to
the acoustic to play.
judy tooley

sunwaiter
Oct-06-2008, 10:59
and yet, i would add that some acoustic guitars are easier to play than others because of the nature of the strings or the thickness of the neck. it is generally admitted that holding a chord on metal strings is harder than on nylon strings. anyway Judy's right, an electric guitar is always easier to handle.

methodistgirl
Oct-07-2008, 01:39
Thanks for explaining it for me.
judy tooley

just-nothing
Oct-14-2008, 14:27
100 Greatest Rock Guitar Solos

http://img236.imageshack.us/img236/39/guitarou9.jpg

mp3 | Cover | 320 kbps | 1439 MB

Tracklist:

01. Led Zeppelin - Stairway to Heaven (8:01)
02. Van Halen - Eruption (1:42)
03. Lynyrd Skynyrd - Freebird (9:02)
04. Pink Floyd - Comfortably Numb (6:23)
05. Jimi Hendrix - All Along the Watchtower (4:01)6. Guns N' Roses - November Rain (8:57)
07. Metallica - One (7:25)
08. Eagles - Hotel California (6:31)
09. Black Sabbath - Crazy Train (4:49)
10. Cream - Crossroads (4:16)
11. Jimi Hendrix - Voodoo Child (Slight Return) (5:13)
12. Chuck Berry - Johnny B. Goode (2:42)
13. Stevie Ray Vaughan - Texas Flood (5:22)
14. Derek and the Dominos - Layla (7:04)
15. Deep Purple - Highway Star (6:08)
16. Led Zeppelin - Heartbreaker (4:14)
17. Eric Johnson - Cliffs of Dover (4:10)
18. Jimi Hendrix - Little Wing (2:23)
19. Pantera - Floods (6:59)
20. Queen - Bohemian Rhapsody (5:53)
21. Pink Floyd - Time (7:04)
22. Dire Straits - Sultans of Swing (5:46)
23. Rage Against The Machine - Bulls on Parade (3:51)
24. Metallica - Fade to Black (6:57)
25. Jethro Tull - Aqualung (6:38)
26. Nirvana - Smells Like Teen Spirit (4:48)
27. Stevie Ray Vaughan - Pride and Joy (3:40)
28. Ozzy Ozborne - Mr. Crowley (4:37)
29. Steve Vai - For the Love of God (6:03)
30. Joe Satriani - Surfing With the Alien (4:25)
31. Ted Nugent - Stranglehold (8:22)
32. Jimi Hendrix - Machine Gun (12:36)
33. B.B King - The Thrill Is Gone (5:24)
34. Radiohead - Paranoid Android (6:25)
35. Pantera - Cemetery Gates (7:02)
36. Yngwie Malmsteen - Black Star (4:53)
37. Guns N' Roses - Sweet Child O' Mine (5:56)
38. Led Zeppelin - Whole Lotta Love (5:33)
39. Neil Young - Cortez the Killer.mp3
40. Steely Dan - Reelin' in the Years.mp3
41. Queen - Brighton Rock.mp3
42. Beatles - While My Guitar Gently Weeps.mp3
43. ZZ Top - Sharp Dressed Man (4:14)
44. Pearl Jam - Alive (5:41)
45. Doors - Light My Fire (7:08)
46. Van Halen - Hot for Teacher (4:44)
47. Allman Brothers Band - Jessica (7:28)
48. Rolling Stones - Sympathy for the Devil (6:24)
49. Santana - Europa (5:06)
50. Kiss - Shock Me (3:47)
51. Ozzie Ozborne - No More Tears (7:24)
52. Jimi Hendrix - Star-Spangled Banner (4:05)
53. Led Zeppelin - Since I've Been Loving You (7:24)
54. Smashing Pumpkins - Geek USA (5:13)
55. Joe Satriani - Satch Boogie (3:13)
56. Black Sabbath - War Pigs (7:53)
57. Pantera - Walk (5:15)
58. Eric Clapton - Cocaine (3:39)
59. Kinks - You Really Got Me (2:11)
60. Frank Zappa - Zoot Allures (4:12)
61. Metallica - Master of Puppets (8:35)
62. Pink Floyd - Money (6:22)
63. Red Hot Chili Peppers - Scar Tissue (3:38)
64. Prince - Little Red Corvette (4:56)
65. Allman Brothers - Blue Sky (5:07)
66. Iron Maiden - The Number of the Beast (4:51)
67. Michael Jackson feat. Eddie Van Halen - Beat It (4:18)
68. Yes - Starship Trooper (9:24)
69. Beatles - And Your Bird Can Sing (2:01)
70. Jimi Hendrix - Purple Haze (2:51)
71. Funkadelic - Maggot Brain (10:18)
72. Aerosmith - Walk This Way (3:32)
73. Phish - Stash (7:11)
74. Deep Purple - Lazy (7:22)
75. The Who - Won't Get Fooled Again (8:31)
76. Neil Young - Cinnamon Girl (3:00)
77. Alice In Chains - Man in the Box (4:45)
78. Grateful Dead - Truckin' (5:07)
79. Van Halen - Mean Street (5:00)
80. AC-DC - You Shook Me All Night Long (3:52)
81. The Velvet Underground - Sweet Jane (4:09)
82. King Crimson - 21st Century Schizoid Man (7:23)
83. Stevie Ray Vaughan - Scuttle Buttin' (1:51)
84. UFO - Lights Out (5:13)
85. David Bowie - Moonage Daydream (4:39)
86. Allman Brothers Band - Whipping Post (5:19)
87. Johnny Winter - Highway 61 Revisited (5:07)
88. Steely Dan - Kid Charlemagne (4:41)
89. Rage Against the Machine - Killing in the Name (5:14)
90. Eric Clapton - Let It Rain (5:03)
91. Creedence Clearwater Revival - Heard It Through the Grapevine (11:04)
92. Stray Cats - Stray Cat Strut (3:16)
93. The Doors - The End (11:38)
94. Rush - Working Man (7:11)
95. Pearl Jam - Yellow Ledbetter (5:03)
96. Rolling Stones - Honky Tonk Woman (3:00)
97. Judas Priest - Beyond the Realms of Death (6:54)
98. Dream Theater - Under a Glass Moon (7:03)
99. Jeff Beck - 'Cause We've Ended as Lovers (5:42)
100. Bon Jovi - Wanted Dead or Alive (5:07)

methodistgirl
Oct-15-2008, 00:49
Welcome to the forum. I also play the guitar. I happen to like the
acoustic guitar.
judy tooley

just-nothing
Oct-16-2008, 00:13
100 Greatest Rock Guitar Solos links:




http://***************/files/154364968/100_guitars_1.rar
http://***************/files/154365398/100_guitars_2.rar
http://***************/files/154365785/100_guitars_3.rar
http://***************/files/154366079/100_guitars_4.rar
http://***************/files/154366423/100_guitars_5.rar

Krummhorn
Oct-16-2008, 07:59
Regulator note:

Files above will not work without installing additional software if users machines are not yet capable of playing "rar" files. The additional software required is not freeware, although there is a trial version with limited capability.

For ease of members use, please convert these to MP3 or WAV formats.

Thanks

Mobi
Oct-16-2008, 12:41
Hello all MIMF guitar players!
I've been playing guitar for about 10 years now, learning it by myself.
I'm not fast and I don't know any scales, except the blues scale :)
http://www.ultimate-guitar.com/ I recommend this site if you need tablatures for songs, they have almost everything.
And lastly I would like to show you a pic of my guitar, it was only 300e here and it's very good guitar for that price in my opinion. It's Gibson ART120 which I have made look better with some tape :cool:

methodistgirl
Oct-16-2008, 21:04
Welcome to the forum. Your guitar reminds me of Eddy Van Halen's guitar.
The only difference is your's is black and his was red.
judy tooley

Mobi
Oct-16-2008, 22:21
Thanks Judy :) I've been here since 2007 but I'm not that active member here, I'm working on it though :grin: Actually you've commented my songs in the review section before. I've added a song there ;) I can't believe it has 2,465 views :eek:

just-nothing
Oct-17-2008, 00:46
Regulator note:

Files above will not work without installing additional software if users machines are not yet capable of playing "rar" files. The additional software required is not freeware, although there is a trial version with limited capability.

For ease of members use, please convert these to MP3 or WAV formats.

Thanks

there is a freeware, I used 7-zip the best file compressor...
It's could work with another file extention: rar, zip, tar, you name it...
and it's real free, no trial version

peace... ;)

jesperdk
Oct-21-2008, 20:29
HEy guys

this a great thread, I have played guitar for about 35 years and are still learning every day despite being ( or at least thats what other say ) play very well from acoustic to electric but have a listen if you have a minute www.myspace.com/jaydane.

Advice for newcommers:
Many have asked me if I can teach them to play like me and my reponse is usely a No, I say, I can show what you need to do to be able to do what I do, which is at least 2 hours practice a day for for how ever long it takes, sore fingers and lots of frustration but it will pay of.

JEsper

methodistgirl
Oct-22-2008, 06:55
That's great! I have been playing and learning since I was twelve and
now I'm 48.
judy tooley

joerfe
Nov-09-2008, 21:16
When it comes to guitar players who really supplement each other I must draw your attention to K.K. Downing and Glenn Tipton from Judas Priest. Man, they can really get each other going. Not trying to take anything away from Iron Maiden, but in my humble opinion K.K. and Glenn are better. At least to my taste.

gjedda63
Nov-13-2008, 21:20
I recommend searching Ebay for classical guitars.Ive been looking for guitars myself and its many items there.

Daria Fedotova
Nov-16-2008, 18:48
Hi!

I invite everybody who love good music to see this video. It's amazing! I think it's the best interpretation of Ginastera Sonata.

http://it.youtube.com/watch?v=VDsYYkRFhQU

Daria

methodistgirl
Nov-17-2008, 02:43
Welcome to the forum.
judy tooley

marval
Nov-17-2008, 14:38
This guy Adam del Monte was mentioned on another forum, he is a good guitarist and also writes music.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iKBkmb0VcL4

sunwaiter
Nov-23-2008, 14:06
not a bad suggestion. i had to record my guitar with a shure and cope with that while mixing. i achieved some funny or pretty sounds but i couldn't avoid all of the noise. in line recording or playing is better, or at least more convenient.

sunwaiter
Nov-23-2008, 14:07
by the way, you can have an idea of what boomed guitar sounds like on little parts of my music here:

www.myspace.com/olivortex (http://www.myspace.com/olivortex)

hobosdelight
Dec-27-2008, 15:00
I recently bought a set of fingerpicks. Their made of plastic and go under the nail adn curve upwards. I just want to ask if i'm using the right kind, if not, which ones should I use? Playing with these is IMPOSSIBLE!!. My fingers keep slipping past the string on rest strokes and hitting each other instead of the strings.Are their special sets of fingerpicks for classical guitar, cause I have a nail biting habit that prevents me from using my natural nails. Any help would do. Thanks.:(

methodistgirl
Dec-27-2008, 17:44
Ever tried fake fingernails? Sometimes that will work on the right hand.
Keep the left for nail biting.
judy tooley

tinglyear
Apr-06-2009, 17:45
HEy guys

this a great thread, I have played guitar for about 35 years and are still learning every day despite being ( or at least thats what other say ) play very well from acoustic to electric but have a listen if you have a minute www.myspace.com/jaydane (http://www.myspace.com/jaydane).

Advice for newcommers:
Many have asked me if I can teach them to play like me and my reponse is usely a No, I say, I can show what you need to do to be able to do what I do, which is at least 2 hours practice a day for for how ever long it takes, sore fingers and lots of frustration but it will pay of.

JEsper

that advice jesper is absolutely spot on. knowing how to play is a little bit about technique and tips, but the rest is commitment and practice practice practice!

just visited your myspace page. your track 'a new hope remix 2008' is the perfect title for the sound you achieved. keep up the good work! http://www.photopile.info/img/c/u.gif

midokeeper
May-15-2009, 22:01
hello I teach beginner and intermediate guitar lessons all is for free Guitar lessons : Learn How To Play Guitar For Beginners

(http://guitarkeeper.blogspot.com/)

methodistgirl
May-16-2009, 03:48
That's great Mido and welcome to this forum and my thread.
judy tooley

roxasthewise
Jan-09-2010, 15:44
guitar player here...
but i'm still leraning....:grin:

methodistgirl
Jan-11-2010, 04:46
You don't stop learning after you get good on the guitar which I think
is the art of guitar playing. Like I said earlier that I've been playing
since I was 12 years old. Once in a while when I have it good some
one comes out with a new style.
judy tooley

lizzytom
Jan-13-2010, 19:09
Hi, we are trying to find the Hello Kitty guitar bag which is black with a pink hello kitty on the front, my daughter has the guitar but wants the bag to go with it, I know it was discontinued but thought there might be one for sale somewhere, If anyone can help please. :cry: Thanks

Krummhorn
Jan-14-2010, 07:05
Hi lizzytom :)

Welcome to the forum, btw ... :wave:

Do you know who the original manufacturer of this item was? Perhaps you can write to them too and see if there is going to be another production run.

Also check Craigslist in your area, too ... like you have already done, I checked Amazon and eBay and also found that it was discontinued. Cute bag ...

lizzytom
Jan-15-2010, 14:15
hi thanks for your info, yes I have tried everywhere it was from Fender they had the licence to make the bag but did not renew it, I will keep trying, any idea why my post was moved? I’m new to all this and don’t understand it all

Krummhorn
Jan-16-2010, 06:19
hi thanks for your info, yes I have tried everywhere it was from Fender they had the licence to make the bag but did not renew it, I will keep trying . . .

Welcome :tiphat: Hopefully someone here will come forward with more positive info.


. . . any idea why my post was moved? I’m new to all this and don’t understand it all

Yes .. we (the admins) moved it as the post subject involves quitars and guitar equipment, it stands a much better chance for replies when grouped with similar subject matter.

Dedomins
Jan-16-2010, 17:29
Hello all. I am new here and you should all know that I am Guitar player too. :P Ofcouse I am still learning but one day I will play very good! :)

methodistgirl
Jan-17-2010, 00:30
That's what I thought until someone else came out with a new style
that sounded better.
judy tooley

lizzytom
Jan-17-2010, 00:36
ok thanks for that, we are still looking for one, its for my daughter who plays the guitar she loves it

methodistgirl
Jan-17-2010, 00:45
Excuse me, but that wasn't what I was talking about. As for the
guitar and case, you might find a generic version of the instrument
and case. Like I know that Fender makes Strats but look at the
many copy cats of it. There might be a copy of what you are looking
for. Or you can always decorate the case the way you like. That's
the beauty of all of the arts period and crafts.
judy tooley

mcintyreromar
Feb-13-2010, 17:16
anybody who knows She's in a Bad Mood from sonic youth? I need guitar chords and I hope someone could help me, specifically it should sound like this: http://www.song-list.net/sonicyouth/shesinabadmood/tracks

markjam83
Apr-23-2010, 06:58
Hello Friend..
Everyone know in this forum guitar is one of the most popular instruments in the world. It plays a large part in modern popular music.So i want to learn Left Handed Guitars and i need some fundamental instructions for learn it.
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Left Handed Acoustic Guitars (http://www.lefthandedguitarstore.net/left-handed-acoustic-guitars.html)

markjam83
Apr-28-2010, 07:43
Hello Guitar Players...
I'm new here and have a lot to learn about guitars....I'm lefty.
I'm looking to learn left-handed guitar chords ,but other
guitar expert is told me any chord chart you find will ultimately work.
He say because a chord is a chord, no matter if a lefty or a righty is playing it.
Have you any suggestion..?
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Left Handed Acoustic Guitars (http://www.lefthandedguitarstore.net/left-handed-acoustic-guitars.html)

Troelsh
Apr-30-2010, 19:21
Hey,i have my dad's old guitar, but it is as though it has lost the sound and do not know whether when it had a more sound than it has now. ?
I changed strings: martin medium, and it has not really helped, just maybe it could be.

Its a full box guitar so it should have a good sound / bass.
Have a link to a test so you can hear.
But have not played as long so im not sure about you can use the test.

Photo:
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If you can see it is a small gash on the left side, because my father once lay down on it in an inebriated, but have talked to somebody and they said it does not mean anything.


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methodistgirl
May-02-2010, 14:05
It could be the strings. Sometimes the older guitars had nickle strings
instead of steel.
judy tooley

Troelsh
May-10-2010, 17:22
i Think i go to a Guitar shop, and they look at it.
Meybe you a right about the strings.