December 07, 2003
That's my Oscar Schmidt acoustic-electric guitar. It's a damn fine axe that cost less than $200 at willy's web-site.
You can't get that kind of deal in a music store.
The Gut chord
Am I wrong? Nice looking piece of git-fiddle, too! :-)
That's a "G," sure enough. I believe that I was playing a John Prine song at the time, but I really don't remember. I found that picture on a disc I had forgotten all about.
A steel-string at $200? Nice guitar, and great price. I'll be bookmarking that site, if you don't mind (there's a couple of things that caught my eye there). Thanks!
Every Oscar Schmidt instrument I've ever played, banjo/mandolin/guitar has been excellent in every way. As with all instruments you gotta use the right strings. By the way, why is it still "Acidman"? You're not at the acidmines anymore, and you were always a "musicman". Keep up the Prine, you can't go wrong when the music's fine.
Bob in the hills
Whohoo you look a lot cuter without the facial fuzz!
Nice hair cut, long way from an Einstein doo, and you fill out a pair of jeans damm nice.Are those mosquitoes on your knuckles?????
I use Elixer medium-lights on all my acoustic guitars. (.12 on the high "E" string) Anything lighter doesn't produce the sound I like and anything heavier is too difficult to play.
The Telecaster is a different story... I like 'em VERY LIGHT on that electric guitar.
This must have been a perfect itme for a photo. I haven't seen your hair combed like that in a while. Thanks for the post. I like to froze my ass off out at Keller's over the weekend and didn't get to look at at your Blog until late last night.
Nature is not anthropomorphic.