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Acoustic Guitar Sessions Presents William Fitzsimmons
With a hushed, introspective style that calls to mind artists such as Nick Drake and Iron & Wine, singer-songwriter William Fitzsimmons will stop you in your tracks. His deeply personal songs and deft guitar touch make for an arresting combination. Fitzsimmons stopped by the AG studios to share a couple of original songs and talk about his approach to songwriting, his fascination with fingerpicking and alternate tunings, and his new-found love for Martin guitars. Click here to see the entire Acoustic Guitar Sessions archive. - See more at: http://www.acousticguitar.com/Sessions
Acoustic Guitar Sessions: Richard Osborn's Steel-String Ragas
Richard Osborn is not well-known, but his story stretches back to the Berkeley branch of Takoma Records’ steel-string guitar legacy in the late 1960s. He emulated the playing of John Fahey and studied for almost a year with the great Robbie Basho, who pioneered what Osborn calls “free raga style,” which combines some of the structural elements of Indian classical music, improvisation, and acoustic guitar fingerpicking into a hypnotic and at times rhythmically intense weave. Along the way he was also heavily influenced by sarod master Ali Akbar Khan. Then came a years-long immersion in classical guitar, which came to an abrupt halt when he suffered a severe injury to his left hand. It would be three decades before Osborn regained his form and emerged from his musical hiatus, again bent on further developing his unique strain of American raga guitar. His comeback began in earnest in 2010 with an appearance on a Tompkins Square label compilation called Beyond Berkeley Guitar. He’s followed that up with a pair of releases of his own: 2012’s Giving Voice: Guitar Explorations and his 2015 disc, Freehand. He showed up for Acoustic Guitar Sessions with a pair of fine instruments: A Tsuneyuki (“Tony") Yamamoto 12-string and, serendipitous for what turned out to be the one-hundredth Session, a 100-year-old six-string made by a Philadelphia luthier. He performed a pair of instrumentals from his Freehand CD, “Cloud Towers” and “A Singing in the Blood.” Prepare to be transported! acousticguitar.com/Sessions
Acoustic Guitar Sessions Presents Richard Thompson
Legendary guitarist Richard Thompson performs his classic song "Shoot Out the Lights" on his Lowden guitar. The founding member of the Fairport Convention also chats with AG editor Mark Segal Kemp about his approach to playing both acoustics and electrics. For more 'Acoustic Guitar Sessions,' go to: http://www.acousticguitar.com/Sessions
Acoustic Guitar Sessions Presents Ed Sheeran
Five hours before singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran was scheduled to take the stage at the gargantuan SAP Center in San Jose, California, he sauntered into the arena’s backstage area to perform a note-perfect acoustic version of his hit song "Thinking Out Loud" for Acoustic Guitar magazine's online series 'AG Sessions.' He also spoke with AG editor Mark Segal Kemp about his love of Van Morrison and Martin Guitars. Read the full Ed Sheeran cover story in the December 2014 issue -http://store.acousticguitar.com/products/no-264-december-2014 To see other episodes of 'Acoustic Guitar Sessions,' check out: http://www.acousticguitar.com/Sessions
Views: 1230877 Acoustic Guitar Magazine
Coffee Shop Acoustic Session... Get Low Cover by Dan Henig
Stream 'Get Low' by Dan Henig on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/0XZFE... You are the ones that make this possible! Please subscribe :) I love reading your comments and DM's. Hit me up! http://www.instagram.com/danhenig http://www.twitter.com/danhenig http://www.facebook.com/danhenigmusic
Views: 12571281 Dan Henig
Thrift Shop - Igor Presnyakov - acoustic fingerstyle guitar cover
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Acoustic Guitar Sessions Presents Dawn & Hawkes
Acoustic-guitar duo Dawn & Hawkes recently stopped by the AG offices in advance of their upcoming SXSW shows. Miranda Dawn and Chris Hawkes met five years ago in an Austin bar (he asked her to dance) and quickly realized their romantic chemistry inspired them creatively. Watch them perform “Love Your Forever,” “Almost Mine,” and “Silver Line,” all from their debut full-length album Yours & Mine. In between songs, Dawn & Hawkes offer insightful backstories on the music and its inspirations. For more Acoustic Guitar Sessions, check out the archive at AcousticGuitar.com/Sessions
Acoustic Guitar Sessions Presents Della Mae
This week, AG Sessions welcomes Della Mae, whose blend of bluegrass, folk, and pop make for engaging listening. Boston's Della Mae was formed in 2009, when fiddle champion Kimber Ludiker was determined to start an all-female bluegrass band. Today, Della Mae is an internationally renowned act and a favorite on the festival circuit. Though each member of Della Mae can flat-out play, they are equally as concerned with song structure, melody, and vocal prowess. The result is a winning synthesis of heartfelt songwriting, wonderful harmonies, and top-notch musicianship that puts a contemporary spin on traditional bluegrass music. Hear Della Mae perform a couple of their most popular songs and discuss a range of topics from their State Department-sponsored world travels to their deep connection with Bourgeois guitars. - See more at: http://www.acousticguitar.com/Sessions/
Coffee Shop Acoustic...Move Bitch (Dan Henig Cover)
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Acoustic Guitar Sessions Presents Eliza Gilkyson
Singer-songwriter Eliza Gilkyson has been a mainstay of the Austin scene, thanks in large part to her soulful, engaging voice and vibrant social consciousness. Gilkyson visited Acoustic Guitar headquarters, her 1951 Gibson CF-100e in tow, to deliver a wonderful three-song set, including a couple of songs from her Grammy-nominated 2014 release, The Nocturne Diaries. We also get a chance to chat with her about her approach to songwriting, her little-known 1969 debut album, and her impressive acoustic collection, including her vintage CF-100e and its unique dual pickup system. Click here to see the entire Acoustic Guitar Sessions archive. - See more at: http://www.acousticguitar.com/Sessions/
Cole Clark AN2EC Acoustic | Review | Guitar Interactive Magazine
Cole Clark an2ec Acoustic | Review | Guitar Interactive Magazine Reviewed In Issue 41 of Guitar Interactive Magazine by Tom Quayle you can read the review here http://bit.ly/GuitarInteractive . Welcome to GI 41, another great mix of reviews, free lessons and exclusive video interviews! Get the latest issue here http://bit.ly/GuitarInteractive Leading the parade is one of America's finest guitarists, Warren Haynes. Warren's long career has seen him collaborate with so many top musicians, most recently with his fine band Gov't Mule. We also catch up with the master Blues guitarist Walter Trout whose inspiring personal story and Blues mastery deserves every guitarist's attention! Underpinning both of our interviews is the Blues and if that's the style you want to master, make sure you don't miss Michael Casswell's Blues workout in this issue - it's guaranteed inspiration! All this, plus our usual blend of reviews, columns and this issue's chance to win seven of Seymour Duncan's fantastic FX pedals - one lucky reader is going to have a lot of fun with them this summer! guitar tutorial | guitar lesson | how to play guitar | revstar | bigsby Follow us on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/GuitarInteractiveMagazine Twitter - https://twitter.com/iguitarmag Or read the magazine on our IPad App. https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/guitar-interactive/id522061622?mt=8
Which Acoustic Guitar Should I Buy? (for any budget)
Get my FREE Beginner Guitar Starter Kit! ►https://goo.gl/Ts2uU6 Special thanks to Long & Mcquade - Abbotsford for hosting us! Go check out their channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/longandmcquade By far the most common question we get is "which acoustic guitar should I buy?". In this guitar lesson, we'll be taking a look at the differences between many types of acoustic guitars and why you would choose one over another. There's no "best" acoustic guitar out there, but hopefully this video will help you find the best one for you. Check out the full lesson page by following the link below: https://www.guitarlessons.com/guitar-lessons/guitar-lessons-for-beginners/which-acoustic-guitar-should-i-buy Follow us! ►Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/guitareoofficial/ ►Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/guitareoofficial/
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How People Try Out Acoustic Guitars
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James Taylor on playing and technique: exclusive video for Guitarist magazine
Featured in Guitarist issue 396 Subscribe for more from Guitarist: http://goo.gl/2PRXE Buy Guitarist magazine in print and digital forms: http://www.myfavouritemagazines.co.uk... Visit our website: http://www.guitarist.co.uk Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/guitaristmaga... Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/Guitarist_Mag
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Jack Williams: Acoustic Guitar Sessions
You could just call Jack Williams a singer/songwriter, but then you might miss out of the fact that he’s an old-school troubadour with a gift not only for song (as an arranger and composer), but stellar fretwork and gorgeous guitar tone. He’s been associated over the years with the likes of Harry Nilsson and Mickey Newbury. Yet, he’s not well known. “Being able to draw on resources compiled [58] years of experience as a performing musician, it should come as no surprise that Jack Williams is one of the most talented and accomplished performers on the folk circuit today,” the All Music Guide opined. “What does come as something of a surprise is just how little recognition Williams gets for his mature blend of introspective genre-dyfing music.” Equipped with a battle-scarred 1974 Martin D-35, Williams stopped by the AG studio to share his gift of song with a solo-acoustic performance of “A Natural Man,” his tribute to Josh White,” as well as the cinematic original “Thirsty Town” and a cover of the Mississippi Sheiks classic “Sitting on Top of the World.”
In the Shop - Martin 00 Style Acoustic Guitar - Part 1
Ok - it's finally time for guitar number three!!!! This time, an acoustic. Nice and small, comfortable for playing on the couch. Gonna go for a small Martin 00 style. This episode goes through making some of the patterns and templates so I can pick the wood for the main parts. After that, we start cutting the wood! Resawing the front, back and sides, this project is underway!!! Go Make It!!!! Follow me on twitter: @beamer_web Check out my Patreon: http://patreon.com/beamer
Views: 14628 Jason Beam
Coffee Shop Acoustic Session - Boyz-N-The-Hood (By Dan Henig)
So I went in another coffee shop and this is what happened... This is the second official video off of Cold Chilling - Compton, a re-imagining of the golden age of West Coast hip-hop. Buy/stream now: Spotify: http://prmd.co/sColdChilling Apple Music: http://prmd.co/aColdChilling Follow me! http://www.youtube.com/sirdannytrolls http://www.instagram.com/dannytrolls http://www.facebook.com/dannytrolls Follow Cold Chilling: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ColdChilling... Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cold.chilling/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ColdChilling_ Credits: Directed by: Brennan Peirson Video Produced by: Daniel Vayness and Victor Lee Extra Cameras: Alex Sacco and Anthony Guirguis
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Pick Technique Lesson from Acoustic Guitar
Acoustic Guitar editor Scott Nygaard demonstrates examples 1 - 3 from his "Weekly Workout" lesson, "Perfect Your Pick Technique.". For the complete lesson with TAB, music, and additional video, please check out the digital edition of Acoustic Guitar's May 2013 issue at www.acousticguitar.com.
Songwriter's Guide to Chord Progressions Lesson from Acoustic Guitar
Jeffrey Pepper Rodgers demonstrates examples 1 - 5 from his "Songwriter's Guide to Chord Progressions" lesson in Acoustic Guitar. For the complete article with music, TAB, and additional video examples, please visit http://acousticguitar.com/article/Default.aspx?ArticleID=28760.
Clive Carroll Celtic acoustic tutorial Guitarist Magazine
Taken from Guitarist issue 329. For more guitar news, advice and interviews, and to find out more about the magazine, visit http://www.guitarist.co.uk
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Acoustic Guitar Sessions Presents Jorma Kaukonen
Jorma Kaukonen is a force in American music, equally adept at fingerpicked acoustic folk and blues as he is at wailing on an electric. Anybody who’s ever seen Hot Tuna knows that no two musicians lock together quite like Jorma Kaukonen and bassist Jack Casady. There’s simply no comparable sound. But Jorma is also much more than just an ace fingerpicker and electric blues man. As lead guitarist for San Francisco Sound architects Jefferson Airplane, he and Casady were monster innovators of 1960s psychedelic rock. Just listen to Jorma’s slashing licks on “The Last Wall of the Castle," from the psych-rock classic After Bathing at Baxter’s, or his feedback experiments over Casady’s lurching, guttural bass on such lysergic excursions as “The House at Pooneil Corner,” from the essential Crown of Creation. It is with this knowledge and respect that we were thrilled to have Jorma in the Acoustic Guitar studio recently for this amazing extended edition of AG Sessions. Not only did he mark the 50th anniversary of Jefferson Airplane’s formation with a performance of the band’s instrumental acoustic classic “Embryonic Journey,” from Surrealistic Pillow, but he also played some tunes that have long been associated with his live solo performances and Tuna shows: “I Am the Light of this World” and “The Terrible Operation,” the latter of which appears in a studio version on the guitarist's upcoming solo album, Ain’t In No Hurry, due Feb. 17 on Red House Records. Enjoy this AG Sessions with the great Jorma Kaukonen—and stay tuned for a full lesson from Jorma on how to play “Embryonic Journey,” coming real soon. - See more at: http://www.acousticguitar.com/Sessions
Real-World Rigs From Acoustic Guitar - James Nash
Guitarist James Nash (www.jamesnash.com) discusses and demonstrates his computer-based amplification setup. For the complete article, please check out the January 2013 issue of Acoustic Guitar or visit http://acousticguitar.com/article/default.aspx?articleid=28545. James Nash's Rig Details: Acoustic Guitar: Santa Cruz OM with Indian rosewood back and sides and a spruce top. Pickups: L.R Baggs LB6 pickup and DPA 4061 internal mic. Preamp: Pendulum Pickup/Mic module. Hardware: MOTU Traveler FireWire audio interface. Apple MacBook (2 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo with 4 GB RAM). Software: Logic Pro 9.1. Amplitude 3 amp simulation software. Peterson StroboSoft tuner software. Pedals: Rocktron All Access MIDI foot pedal. Ernie Ball volume pedal. Strings: D'Addario EXP17 medium-gauge phosphor bronze.
Fender Acoustic Custom Shop Tour
http://www.premierguitar.com PG's Charles Saufley is in New Hartford, Connecticut, where he tours the Fender Acoustic Custom Shop to talk with master luthier Tim Shaw, product manager Jim Bryant, and other craftspeople behind these fine flattops. For more factory tours or to watch one of Premier Guitar's 2000+ other videos, be sure to visit http://www.premierguitar.com/video
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Acoustic Guitar Sessions Presents Caitlin Canty
While on tour for her excellent new album Reckless Skyline, singer-songwriter Caitlin Canty stopped by the Acoustic Guitar offices to play three songs on her 1930s Recording King guitar and talk about her recent move to Nashville. Watch Canty, joined by pedal steel and guitar player Eric Heywood (Ray LaMontagne's Pariah Dogs, Tift Merritt, The Pretenders), perform "Get Up," "I Never," and "Southern Man." Canty also shares how she went from wanting a new Gibson J-45 to picking up a vintage Recording King and falling in love with the way it complements her vocal range. "This guitar inspired a lot of the songs," says Canty, referring to her new album. "It felt like co-writes." Click here to see the entire Acoustic Guitar Sessions archive. - See more at: http://www.acousticguitar.com/Sessions/
Why to Buy an Acoustic-Electric Guitar
Todd Hobin demonstrates some beautiful acoustic-electric guitars: Breedlove Atlas Stage D25, Washburn, Yamaha Series A, and DeMars Viridis. For more like this, visit http://makingmusicmag.com/category/gear/guitarbanjo-etc-gear/
Views: 271550 Making Music magazine
Acoustic Guitar Sessions Presents Keller Williams
Keller Williams has been a favorite of the jam-band circuit for well more than a decade. With a highly rhythmic playing style, Williams delivers some of the most danceable, high-energy acoustic music out there. During our wide-ranging interview, we talk about his new album, Vape, the development of his solo-guitar technique, and the influence of notable players from Jerry Garcia to Michael Hedges. Williams also offers performances of three songs: two from the new album and a cover of the Grateful Dead’s "Scarlet Begonias." See more at: http://www.acousticguitar.com/Sessions/
Blues Scale Lesson from Acoustic Guitar
Guitarist Orville Johnson demonstrates blues scales and simple licks from his Acoustic Guitar Blues Basics guide. To purchase the full guide, please visit http://www.stringletter.com/Shop/Acoustic-Blues-Guitar-Basics-Complete-Edition.
Acoustic Guitar Sessions Presents Ani DiFranco
Ani DiFranco plays two songs from her forthcoming album, Allergic to Water, and talks with AG editor Mark Segal Kemp about her percussive guitar style and the lessons she learned from Pete Seeger. For more Acoustic Guitar sessions, check out: http://www.acousticguitar.com/Sessions
Eastman E20SS Review - Acoustic Guitar Magazine
Guitarist James DePrato plays the Eastman E20SS guitar. For the full feature, please check out the December 2014 issue of Acoustic Guitar or go to www.acousticguitar.com
Delta Blues Lesson from Acoustic Guitar
Guitarist Orville Johnson demonstrates Delta Blues techniques from his Acoustic Guitar Blues Basics guide. To purchase the full guide, please visit http://www.stringletter.com/Shop/Acoustic-Blues-Guitar-Basics-Complete-Edition
Acoustic Guitar Sessions Presents Aoife O'Donovan
With her absolutely gorgeous crystalline voice and unique singing style, Aoife O'Donovan has become one of folk music's leading lights. Upon going solo a few years ago, she practiced guitar incessantly so that she'd be able to accompany her singing, and in the process developed a distinctive, syncopated two-finger picking method. O'Donovan talks to AG about her "crash course" in guitar playing and shows off her 1934 size-0 Martin as well. We also discuss her array of influences--from mid-'90s Lilith Fair favorites to traditional folk and bluegrass--and, best of all, get to hear two lovely tunes. See more at: http://www.acousticguitar.com/Sessions/
Tech 21 Acoustic Fly Rig | Review
Nick Jennison takes a look at the latest addition to the Tech 21 Fly Rig Series in the form of the Acoustic Fly Rig. Billed as being specifically tailored to complement the particular nuances and traits of acoustic instruments; with grab-and-go pro tones for both live and studio engagements, the Acoustic Fly Rig isn't likely to let you down, no matter where the gig is. Check the full video review here: https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=nBUWegItCUs Read the full review and more right here - http://bit.ly/GuitarInteractiveIssue56 Subscribe to our channel for more from Guitar Interactive TV plus all the latest news and reviews from the magazine. Check out this month's free Issue at http://www.iguitarmag.com
Acoustic Guitar Sessions Presents Bruce Cockburn
The March 2015 issue of Acoustic Guitar will feature an excerpt from Bruce Cockburn’s new memoir, Rumours of Glory, in which the Canadian singer, songwriter, and guitarist talks about why, at 23, he left ’60s-era folk-rock to focus on solo acoustic music. He’d met fingerstyle guitarist Fox Watson, who taught Cockburn how to play in alternate tunings. “I was sort of disdainful of open tunings back then because I didn’t like most of what people did with them—playing the same four chord formations in different tunings, trying for a specious variety in their sound without going to the trouble of actually learning their instrument,” Cockburn writes. “But when Fox played in any of several tunings he used, what came out was fluid as a mountain creek and agile as a gull.” That was more than four decades ago. Since then, Cockburn has returned to playing electric guitar in rock bands, but he never left an acoustic guitar far behind, and he’s developed a style that is unmistakably his. In this special half-hour edition of Acoustic Guitar Sessions, senior editor Marc Greilsamer talks at length with Cockburn about his love of acoustic guitars and the singer-songwriter performs three tunes: the instrumental “Bohemian 3-Step,” “Waiting for a Miracle” and his most famous song, the politically fierce “If I Had a Rocket Launcher.” - See more at: http://www.acousticguitar.com/Sessions/
Views: 149369 Acoustic Guitar Magazine
Nathan Salsburg: Acoustic Guitar Sessions
Nathan Salsburg has been an AG favorite for quite a while. The Kentucky-based guitarist has made some of the most compelling acoustic-guitar instrumental albums in this decade, both as a solo artist and in collaboration with the wonderful Chicago-based (English) guitarist James Elkington. And fans of the great singer-songwriter-guitarist Joan Shelley are certainly aware that Salsburg has been an intrinsic part of her sound for the last few years (and past three albums). Indeed, in AG’s August 2017 cover interview with Shelley, who is a fine player herself, she noted, “Until I started to work with Nathan, I didn’t really try to get better at guitar. He’s such a force with guitar that it’s kind of contagious. I’d pick up his guitar tunings and experiment more with mine. So the guitar became part of my machine.” Shelley and Salsburg performed together for Acoustic Guitar Sessions in 2015. Salsburg recently released an excellent new album of imaginative solo guitar instrumentals, called Third; his previous records were Affirmed (2011) and Hard For to Win and Can’t Be Won (2013). When Salsburg and Shelley came through the SF Bay Area on a duo tour in late June, they stopped by our offices so Nathan could play a couple of tunes from Third for our Acoustic Guitar Sessions cameras. Playing a late ’90s Bourgeois OM, he rolled through the songs “B.B.” and “Impossible Air,” both attractive little gems.
Acoustic Guitar Sessions Presents Collective Soul
Collective Soul members Ed Roland and Jesse Triplett recently stopped by the AG offices to perform three songs from their vast catalogue. Both on acoustic guitar, they play the band’s ’90s hits “She Said” and “The World I Know,” and close with the 2015 single “AYTA” aka “Are You the Answer.” In between songs, Roland offers insightful backstories on the music and its inspirations
Cordoba 55FCE Acoustic Review | Guitar Interactive Magazine Issue 26
Cordoba 55FCE Acoustic Guitar Review! This Review Features in Guitar Interactive Magazine Issue 26: http://bit.ly/Open_Issue26_GuitarInteractive Giogio Serci reviews the Cordoba 55FCE Acoustic as featured in Issue 26 of Guitar Interactive magazine!
Acoustic Guitar Sessions Presents Jackie Greene
Impossible to pigeonhole, Northern California-based singer-songwriter Jackie Greene is all over the map stylistically, drawing from folk, blues, R&B, gospel, and pop/rock influences—sometimes in the same song—and blending them into a unique amalgam. He’s equally comfortable playing solo acoustic or screaming electric with a full band, and he brings an unmistakable authority and authenticity to everything he touches. It’s no wonder he has been tapped to collaborate with everyone from former Grateful Dead members Phil Lesh and Bob Weir to the Black Crowes, Levon Helm, Govt. Mule, and so many others. His latest album is called Back to Birth, produced by Los Lobos’ Steve Berlin, who also worked on two of Greene’s best discs, American Myth and Giving Up the Ghost. When Jackie bopped by for this AG Session, he elected to play a couple of songs from the new album, “Light Up Your Window” and “A Face Among the Crowd,” plus his soulful cover of the Dead’s “Sugaree.” You can see more Jackie Greene in our earlier Session with Trigger Hippy, featuring Jackie and singer Joan Osborne.
"Nearer, My God, To Thee" by Steve Baughman from Acoustic Guitar
Steve Baughman plays his solo guitar arrangement of "Nearer, My God, To Thee" from the "Arranging Gospel Songs" lesson in the July 2013 issue of Acoustic Guitar. For additional videos, check out http://www.acousticguitar.com/Magazine/Issues/247/(show)/videos.
Martin Custom Shop 1943 000-21 Limite Run Reissue | Acoustic Guitar Documentary
A lot of things can make a vintage guitar special. The way it looks, the way it feels, the way it sounds.. the truly special ones posses all three. Of the thousands of vintage guitars that have walked through our doors, only a few stand the test of time as undeniable store favorites. This 1943 Martin OOO-21, lovingly nicknamed “Scarface”, is expanding its family tree in the hands of the descendants of its creators. Often imitated, never replicated - until now. Who better to copy a Martin than Martin? Meticulously spec’d from our original 1943 Martin 000-21, we worked step by step with Martin to re-create one of the most prized instruments in our collection. Martin Custom Shop spent countless hours painstakingly retracing the work of their forefathers from 70 years earlier. Available at Chicago Music Exchange Martin Guitars & CME are proud to announce the Martin Custom Shop 1943 000-21. Shop all of the reissues: http://goo.gl/eL56D0 Learn about the original: http://goo.gl/87u69J Shop all Martin Guitars: http://goo.gl/AJnHFe Shot & edited by Ryan Luciani and Andrew Wittler Original score by Alex Chadwick, check out more of his original music here: http://westernautomatic.com/ Thanks to C.F. Martin Guitars for their hospitality.
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Blues Tools Rigs from Acoustic Guitar - Mary Flower
Guitarist and vocalist Mary Flower (www.maryflower.com) discusses and demonstrates her Fraulini Angelina and 1950s Gibson HG-2 guitars. For the complete article, please check out the September 2013 issue of Acoustic Guitar. www.acousticguitar.com)
Rosanne Cash and John Leventhal [Acoustic Guitar Sessions]
Rosanne Cash and John Leventhal recently appeared at Freight & Salvage in Berkeley for a special AG Session and concert featuring music from her acclaimed 2014 album The River and the Thread, which won three Grammy awards last year. Watch above as Cash and Leventhal — her longtime collaborator, husband, producer, and guitarist — perform two new songs, “The Sunken Lands” and “Modern Blue,” plus the classic, “Blue Moon with Heartache,” which Cash wrote 35 years ago. Cash says she only recently re-retained the copyright for “Blue Moon with Heartache,” adding with a laugh, “A lesson to young songwriters: Don’t give away your copyrights.”
Acoustic Guitar Sessions Presents Julian Lage
AG Sessions is pleased to present the phenomenal Julian Lage, who shares a few tunes from his new solo release, World's Fair, and discusses everything from his enormous stylistic range to his brand-new Waterloo guitar. Still just 27 years old, guitarist Julian Lage has already made a huge impact on the music world. After first making a name for himself playing straight-ahead jazz with the legendary vibes player Gary Burton, Lage has branched out in a variety of directions--bluegrass and fiddle tunes with Chris Eldridge, avant-jazz with Nels Cline, and almost everything in between. During our far-ranging conversation, Lage talks thoughtfully about developing his own guitar voice, his impressive genre-hopping, and how he's able to maintain a "delicate touch" on his instrument. Of course, his astounding solo-guitar work is featured as well on three tunes, including an inventive,engaging take on the Elizabeth Cotten classic "Freight Train." - See more at: http://www.acousticguitar.com/Sessions/
Views: 137787 Acoustic Guitar Magazine
Tanglewood Sundance TW45 W OP E Acoustic Guitar Review - iGuitar Magazine
http://bit.ly/Tanglewood_Review Review of the Tanglewood Sundance TW45 W OP E Acoustic guitar by Tom Quayle. Featured in iGuitar Magazine Issue 9. http://bit.ly/Tanglewood_Review In Issue 9 of iGuitar Magazine's 'The Quiet Room' we review the Tanglewood Acoustic TW45 W OP E. We rated this acoustic guitar 4.5 stars out of 5 - read the full review and tech spec online now by heading to http://bit.ly/Tanglewood_Review The Quiet Room is the acousitc guitar section of our magazine which contains free acoustic guitar lessons along side acoustic guitar reviews! Learn the acoustic guitar this month with Giorgio Serci and Maneli Jamal. iGuitar magazine is the free online guitar magazine for guitarists the world over! Sign up for Free subscription today http://bit.ly/Subscribe_iGuitar_magazine For info on Tanglewood Guitars head to http://bit.ly/tanglewood_guitars
Introduction to Effects from Acoustic Guitar
Acoustic Guitar contributing editor Doug Young demonstrates the most common effects used with acoustic instruments: Reverb, chorus, and delay. Excerpted from Acoustic Guitar Amplification Essentials. For the complete article, please go to: http://acousticguitar.com/article/default.aspx?articleid=27442
Views: 214916 Acoustic Guitar Magazine
Chris Robinson Brotherhood Acoustic Guitar Session
Chris Robinson is best-known for being the lead singer and principal songwriter for the bluesy rock band the Black Crowes (along with his guitar-slinging brother Rich), but for the past three years he’s been more active fronting the Chris Robinson Brotherhood, which Robinson has labeled as a “farm-to-table psychedelic band.” The CRB (as they’re often called) can still rock hard, Crowes-style, but in general their music has a looser, more melodic and lyrical feel, perhaps showing the influence of the time both Robinson and lead guitarist Neal Casal (previously with Ryan Adams & the Cardinals) have spent playing music with former Grateful Dead members Phil Lesh and Bob Weir. When the CRB was in Northern California to play some gigs in late July, Robinson and Casal stopped by our offices with their acoustic guitars to play a couple of songs from the new CRB album, Barefoot in the Head. Appropriately enough, Robinson was barefoot as he sang “Hark the Herald Hermit Speaks” and “If You Had a Heart to Break.” Both are cool tunes; some lovely harmonies on that second one, particularly.
Taylor Guitar Review 562CE 12 String Acoustic
Michael Casswell demos the Taylor 562CE 12 String Acoustic. Read the full review here http://www.iguitarmag.com/
Acoustic Guitar Review - Seagull Coastline Folk Cedar
We review the Seagull Coastline Folk Cedar as part of a mid-size guitar review in which we tested six medium-size guitars ranging from $250 to $5,000. For the full review, visit http://www.acousticguitar.com/article/default.aspx?articleid=23448
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Journey Instruments OF-420 Guitar Review - Acoustic Guitar Magazine
Guitarist James DePrato demonstrates the Journey Instruments OF-420 Guitar. For the full review, please check out the October 2014 issue of Acoustic Guitar or acousticguitar.com.
Cordoba Acero D10 Review - Acoustic Guitar Magazine
Guitarist James DePrato plays the Cordoba Acero D10 guitar. For the full feature, please check out the July 2014 issue of Acoustic Guitar or go to http://www.acousticguitar.com/Gear/Reviews/Cordoba-Acero-D10-A-Wolf-in-Sheep-s-Clothing.
Acoustic Guitar Sessions Presents Sean Watkins
In this Acoustic Guitar Sessions video, Sean Watkins discusses his 2016 album What to Fear (Thirty Tigers), his fifth solo album, and performs two songs from the album, “Where You Were Living” and “What to Fear,” as well as the bitter break-up song “Somebody More Like You,” from the Nickel Creek album Why Should the Fire Die. He is joined in the AG studio by vocalist Dominique Arciero and cellist Tristan Clarridge of the Bee Eaters.

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