Happy day! Heres Batosai 001. Poplar body, carbon fiber reinforced walnut neck, nordstrand big split pickups and the absolute fanciest pink/green interference pearl finish. ✨These lovely photos are from @micahewood , and for that we are grateful ⭐️
2 3115 minutes ago
An idea I tried out [email protected] years ago. Didn’t stick around for long on my guitars. I think I only used it two or three times. What do you guys think of it? (Referring to the rosette/sound hole notch)
Here's a first look at pictures and specs from every @taylorguitars Limited Edition on display here at NAMM 2019! (Link in bio)
2 4720 minutes ago
Well turns out I do have a head... Who knew ?😂
This lesson is much more thought out and has way more content than the last one (it's more than 12minutes long🤣) It basically explains what you need to know and do to make your own hybrid arpeggios, by taking as a blueprint the reason and process behind the minor hybrid arpeggio that you see in this trailer. I shouldn't be the one saying that, but god damn am I overdelivering for $1 or upwards a month🤣follow the patreon link in my bio if you want to buy my patreon. Hope you'll like this lesson folks, see you all tomorrow😄🎸🔥
Just over 5 months ago, I sat in a meeting where I heard about the new Taylor Grand Pacific dreadnought guitar for the first time. As a guy who is pretty fresh to the guitar world, I was naive to all the nuances and aesthetics that make this new guitar truly revolutionary, not just for Taylor, but for the guitar industry as a whole.
My role for the past 3-4 months has been to capture the beauty of this instrument. From the silent-satin finish to the rounded corners. It's been so much fun to put the guitar in the hands of qualified, talented artists and watch them react as they strum the first chords. They smile as the warm tones are powerfully amplified out of the sound hole.
One of those artists is Brennley Brown, an accomplished and incredible musician, and actress who has competed on @nbcthevoice and has worked on various projects with Disney.
"Los músicos son algunas de las personas más persistentes, y valientes sobre la faz de la tierra. Se enfrentan al rechazo diariamente, cuando las demás personas lo enfrentan pocas veces en su vida. Cada día, se enfrentan al reto financiero de vivir un estilo de vida independiente, a la falta de respeto de las personas que piensan que deberían conseguir un trabajo real, y su propio miedo de que nunca van a trabajar nuevamente. Todos los días, tienen que pasar por alto la posibilidad de que la visión a la que han dedicado su vida sea una quimera. Con cada nota, se exigen a si mismos, emocionalmente y físicamente, poniéndose en riesgo de la crítica y el juicio. Con cada año que pasa, muchos de ellos ven como las personas de su edad concretan los hitos predecibles de la vida normal - el coche, la familia, la casa, los chicos. ¿Por qué? Por que los músicos y los cantantes están dispuestos a dar su vida entera a un momento - a una melodía, una letra, un acorde, o a esa interpretación que moverá el alma del espectador. Los músicos son seres que han probado el néctar de la vida en ese momento de cristal en el que derraman su espíritu creativo tocando el corazón de otro. En ese instante, están lo más cerca posible de la magia y la divinidad como nadie jamás podría estar. Y en sus propios corazones, saben que dedicarse a ese momento vale mil vidas ". - David Ackert, LA Times
Feliz día a todos los que aman la música tanto como yo!
Just arrived a very rare 1933 Bacon & Day Ne Plus Ultra Troubadour Model 3R Arch Top Acoustic Guitar!
21 16173 hours ago
🔥The Shred Speed Demon, the Mighty Rusty Cooley, taking his NEW Shredlicious Signature Orsmby for a Shredragious test drive as he SHREDS us through some of his favorite TC Electronics pedals🤯🙌🎸🔥What is your #1 ‘Must Have’ effects pedal on your board? And you better not pull an ‘Eric Steckel’ on me and tell me that you just plug direct, ONLY Eric has the ability to do that and create that INSANELY fat tone😉🙌🎸🔥🎸🔥🎸🔥🎸🔥🎸🔥🎸🔥🎸🔥🎸🔥🎸🔥🎸🔥🎸🔥🎸🔥🎸🔥🎸🔥🎸🔥
37 147218 hours ago
Today is the Birthday of The Genius, Man, Myth, and legendary guitarist Mr. DJANGO REINHARDT "the burned fingers" Born 23 January 1910 d. 16 May 1953 was a Belgium born French Jazz guitarist and composer of Romani ethnicity regarded as one of the greatest guitar players of all time, having written nearly 100 songs. Django is Romani word it means "I awake". He was the first and most significant jazz talent to emerge from Europe. Rainhardt mesmerized 1930s parisienne audience and later distracted them from World War Il - with his percussive swinging approach to the guitar. His intricate playing style was born out of adversity. At age 18 a house fire left him badly burned and his fourth and fifth fingers of the left hand partially Paralyzed. He acquired amazing dexterity with those first two fingers, but that didn’t mean he never employed the others. He learned to grip the guitar with his little finger on the E string and the next finger on the B. That accounts for some of those chord progressions which Django was probably the first to perform on the guitar. With Violinist Stéphane Grapelli, Reinhardt formed the Paris based Quintette Du Hot Club De France in 1934. Reinhardt most popular compositions have become jazz standards including "Minor Swing", "Daphne", "Belleville", "Swing42", "Djangology", and "Nuages". He played with Americans jazz great Duke Ellington and Dizzy Gillespie. His main guitar was Selmer model jazz which he had made famous. Many great guitarists and musicians have expressed administration for Reinhardt or have cited him as a magor influence such as Jeff Beck who called him "quite superhuman", Jerry Garcia, Jimi Hendrix, Tony Iommy, The Allman Brothers, Andrew Latimer, Joe Pass, BB King, Les Paul and many more. 🎂🎸
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