“What kind of strings have you got on there?” I was stepping off stage at an open mic night when I was first asked this question, and it completely dumbfounded me. At this point in my life, I was young, naïve, and knew very little about my instrument.
Jimi Hendrix was a guitar genius. How’s that for an obvious statement to start a guitar article? Sometimes though, the most obvious points bear repeating, and this is definitely the case with Jimi.
49 years ago, Bob Dylan released “Nashville Skyline.” His paean to American roots and country music, the record is today regarded as a Bob Dylan classic, and features one of the most iconic album covers in his discography.
When it comes to discussions of acoustic guitar tonewoods, mahogany, maple and rosewood usually dominate. And with good reason. They’re great to work with, provide rounded, three-dimensional tones, and look stunning to boot. It’s why they’re so widely used in acoustic guitar manufacturing today.
I’m always surprised when I meet guitarists that overlook the massive potential of their Capo. It’s an amazing tool that opens the door for many new sonic possibilities.Check out these 3 WAYS that the small, but mighty Capo can unlock your guitar playing...
As many of you know, the idea for the Thalia Capo originated with my daughter Thalia, who came to me with her big idea when she was just 8-years old. Music was inspiration in our lives then and it continues today, as both of my girls have grown and continue to play guitar and ukulele.
Last night on Britain's Got Talent, we got to see another beautiful story unfold that I just have to share with you...