The ESP LTD M-100FM Electric Guitar has a basswood body with a flamed maple top, 25.5″ scale maple neck with rosewood fretboard and extra-jumbo frets. Black nickel hardware. double-locking Floyd Rose Special bridge, and ESP LH-150 pickups.
These lessons are a great way to get your child into the joys of music. The whole family will be playing together in no time!
Lesson One: Play In Ten Easy Lessons!
Children (and their parents and teachers) will be delighted with this lively, fun-filled, easy-to-follow video guitar course, our first devoted entirely to them! With clarity and lots of good humor, noted children’s performer Marcy Marxer teaches basic chords and strums and gets your kids singing these songs with the guitar: Down By The Riverside, Skip To My Lou, Buffalo Gals, 100 Bottles Of Pop On The Wall, Polly Wolly Doodle, It Ain’t Gonna Rain No More, Michael Row The Boat Ashore, Grandpa’s Farm, Happy Birthday.
Saw this via Twitter (and here), which apparently was posted (and removed from) Craigslist, and it struck a chord, as it were. I know a number of readers who are solo players, but it’s just as true for bands: Craigslist Ad :We are a small & casual restaurant in downtown Vancouver and we are looking for […]
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I had one of those "Oh Sh**" moments yesterday. A friend told me he managed to see Television live on their 2013 tour. I was happy for him, especially thinking he must have traveled to Australia or the UK to see them. And then a few seconds later after searching on Google I was heart broken to realize Television had played in San Francisco, my own back yard, just two weeks ago. And somehow I missed it. WTF?
If you're not familiar with Television, let me just be clear before we go any further. Television is one of the greatest bands ever. This is not hyperbole, it is simply a fact. They are also, sadly, somewhat obscure. They were the first band to play at CBGBs, put out the brilliant debut "Marquee Moon" in 1977, followed up with an almost as good second album the following year and disbanded, seemingly at the height of obscurity. In the most recent 35 years they toured sporadically. They toured in support of a third album in 1992 and did a few dates in 2001 and 2007.
Of all the bands I listened to from the punk / new-wave '70s and early 80s, Television is head and shoulders above all the others. Yes, I love the Clash, The Stranglers (whom I finally saw live this summer), the Jam, the Sex Pistols, The Ramones, Elvis Costello. Television simply blows them all out of the water. What made Television unique was the ferocity of two guitars fluidly alternating between intertwined rhythm and lead parts. Television, like The Velvet Underground, had a relentless, driving sound, but with a greater musicality. And like The Velvet Underground, Television never sold a lot of records, but their impact on future bands was huge.
If there is one Television album to buy, it is of course "Marquee Moon", their debut. But there are also two excellent live albums. "Live At The Old Waldorf" from San Francisco 1978 was recorded for radio and captures the band at their edgiest. "Live At The Academy 1992" features the band on their brief reformation from a concert in New York. It's polished, even a bit laid back in parts and absolutely wonderful. Both have excellent sound and are well worth it even for the casual fan. There are still a few remaining dates on the tour in the UK at the All Tomorrow's Parties festival (11/23, 11/24) and in New York (11/29, 11/30). Meanwhile, I will be listening to both live albums all weekend and hoping to see the band sometime in 2014.
There are some quite decent videos from the concert in San Francisco on YouTube. Yes, it's a bit shocking to see the band is 35 years older than the mental image I have in my mind. But the music is tight, the vibe is good and how I wish I had been there.
D’Addario Phosphor Bronze Acoustic Guitar strings are acclaimed worldwide for their superb, long-lasting tone. Phosphor Bronze was introduced to string making by D’Addario in 1974 and has become synonymous with warm, bright, and well balanced acoustic tone. D’Addario’s most popular acoustic guitar strings. Diameter Tension Item# Note inches mm lbs kg PL012 E 0.012 0.3 23.3 10.57 PL016 B 0.016 0.41 23.3 10.57 PB024 G 0.024 0.61 30.2 13.70 PB032 D 0.032 0.81 30.5 13.83 PB042 A 0.042 1.07 29.9 13.56 PB053 E 0.053 1.35 26.0 13.15
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Elixir Strings revolutionized guitar strings by finding a way to extend the life of wound strings without compromising the tone. Polyweb coated strings have a balanced tone and smooth response – they sound like strings that have been “played in”. Nanoweb coated strings sound and feel like uncoated strings – they are bright and lively, and the coating is so micro thin that you can barely tell it’s there.
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This African woman plays a strangely tuned guitar in a language that we can all understand. Due to high volume of Racist/Hate comments, all comments are now …Reblogged 4 years ago from www.youtube.com