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Re: Wild Goose tuning (reply)
Haven't looked at that song in any depth, but given that it's Matt, it's probably D6.
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anze11

04/16/14 10:50 PM
Re: retirement (reply)
Play lefty that's the truth. However 9-10a.m. after playing a little suits me better at my age. When the striped bass show up in NH my first work out is ripping fish lips Larry
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bonefishlarry

04/16/14 9:48 PM
Re: Do ya like 20's/30's country blues ? Recent, definitive "new media" article on two greats. (reply)
exactly.
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skipster

04/16/14 9:23 PM
Re: United Airlines Cares About Guitars (reply)
I no longer travel for work by air but when I did I flew United and I flew with a guitar nearly every time. All told probably about 250 flight segments with a guitar over a multi year period. I did have to gate-check my guitar on...
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bodegahwy

04/16/14 8:44 PM
Re: WBAP radio talking about fake guitars (reply)
kingchuck wrote:Exactly, Buck. "Indistinguishable" is a relative term depending on who is doing the indistinguish-ing, an FBI agent or a UMGF member.I agree. Furthermore the article stated that: "The gig was up when victimized pawn...
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Powers

04/16/14 7:50 PM
Dean Markley Alchemy strings (topic)
What can you tell me about their Gold Bronze strings?
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jscio

04/16/14 5:28 PM
Re: Willie and Trigger (reply)
Great article thanks for sharing.
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Dee Forty

04/16/14 5:01 PM
Re: Dave Clark: Glad All Over, PBS Special, don't miss it (reply)
Thanks Don as well, for posting this additional info.Now I feel really duped by this documentary. Lesson learned, but how is a poor sap viewer like me to know any better?On the other hand it did make me appreciate the contribution of...
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Andre Guitar

04/16/14 4:44 PM
Re: Bearclaw Exposed (reply)
I saw that gif out there on the internet and thought of that knee slapper all by myself! I'm glad somebody was tickled besides me
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Zmark

04/16/14 4:31 PM
Re: Wild Goose tuning (reply)
Sounds like it starts off with a little noodling in C capo'd on the first fret.
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Dreadknothead

04/16/14 4:20 PM
Re: Do ya like 20's/30's country blues ? Recent, definitive "new media" article on two greats. (reply)
Very interesting.  Fascinating, actually.  A great example of "new media" being used effectively.
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moocatdog

04/16/14 4:10 PM
Wild Goose tuning (topic)
Hi…I just recently got turned on to M.Ward, and I really like the song Wild Goose. Can you take a listen and venture a guess as to how it is tuned? Standard? Tuned down and standard? Open something? I really like this "loose and low"...
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ThemisSal

04/16/14 3:54 PM
Re: Dave Clark: Glad All Over, PBS Special, don't miss it (reply)
Thanks for posting your experience, Don. In my 30+ years in the music biz, touring, etc. I met a lot of sleazy characters & to be fair, some really good people too. However, the shifty guys far outnumbered than good guys! I...
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rancher rick

04/16/14 3:50 PM
Re: Do ya like 20's/30's country blues ? Recent, definitive "new media" article on two greats. (reply)
That's a beautiful town Jeff. About 4 years ago as we were leaving D.C. after a family vacation I realized we were going to go right by where Joe B (and his records) live. I had seen the documentary on him and knew that if I went to the...
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Mike Eskimo

04/16/14 12:23 PM
Re: retirement (reply)
bonefishlarry wrote: Gotta keep going to the gym to keep enjoying life Larry Never retire from that. That is the "Key" my friend. You have nothing without your health. Six days a week at 6 am for 40 years now for me.
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playlefty

04/16/14 9:32 AM
Re: Dave Clark: Glad All Over, PBS Special, don't miss it (reply)
`about 'Time'..................... the fine print says that Clark bought up an existing project and (surprise) plastered his name on it'.  Glad someone mentioned that. It was originally conceived, written and staged by a long time...
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Don Hurley

04/16/14 9:06 AM
Re: retirement (reply)
I retired at 55 and I'll be 64 in a couple of weeks. I still have work dreams. Nightmares really. I have a graph around here someplace, generated by actuaries at Boeing Aircraft, that shows the average age of death on one axis and...
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skyboltone

04/16/14 1:34 AM
right about the eyebrows... (reply)
...and about 'Time'.  For an industry-spanning mega-million-selling extravaganza it somehow managed to escape notice.  Also, the fine print says that Clark bought up an existing project and (surprise) plastered his name on it.  Still, a...
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DIJOMAJA

04/16/14 1:33 AM
Re: Do ya like 20's/30's country blues ? Recent, definitive "new media" article on two greats. (reply)
Excellent! As an aside to the rest of the article, my mom knows Joe Bussard and he lives in my hometown. I was back visiting my mom and had the opportunity to hang out in is basement and listen to records for a day. Cool stuff. I had...
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nilejam

04/15/14 11:16 PM
Re: Willie and Trigger (reply)
Really enjoyed the article. I am a fan of Willie's and that guitar is legendary. It would be a tough choice for me to pick my favourite; between Trigger or Tony's guitar! Thanks for sharing. Kirk
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1957Martins

04/15/14 10:37 PM

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