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Guitar maker Luthier Ken Parker created this fascinating stringed instrument with a very different place for the sound hole. Lovely wood grain, almost like koa wood on the sides. RESEARCH DdO:) - http://www.pinterest.com/DianaDeeOsborne/instruments-for-joy/ - He began building guitars basses, first for his brother, became one of the best-known guitar luthiers in the industry. Clients incl Pete Townshend of The Who, Paul Simon, Lou Reed, Joni Mitchell.

Guitar maker Luthier Ken Parker created this fascinating stringed instrument with a very different place for the sound hole. Lovely wood grain, almost like koa wood on the sides. RESEARCH DdO:) - http://www.pinterest.com/DianaDeeOsborne/instruments-for-joy/ - He began building guitars basses, first for his brother, became one of the best-known guitar luthiers in the industry. Clients incl Pete Townshend of The Who, Paul Simon, Lou Reed, Joni Mitchell.

Guess what? This is a massively over-complicated look into guitar scales, major scales, and pentatonic scales and how to use them.   Want to know some more efficient ways to go about using this stuff? Check out my article at this link:

Guess what? This is a massively over-complicated look into guitar scales, major scales, and pentatonic scales and how to use them. Want to know some more efficient ways to go about using this stuff? Check out my article at this link:

frettedchordophones: frettedchordophones: The autumn leaves with the spitfire archtop jazz guitar Lardys Chordophone of the day - a Year ago ==Lardys Chordophone of the day - 2 years ago --- https://www.pinterest.com/lardyfatboy/

frettedchordophones: frettedchordophones: The autumn leaves with the spitfire archtop jazz guitar Lardys Chordophone of the day - a Year ago ==Lardys Chordophone of the day - 2 years ago --- https://www.pinterest.com/lardyfatboy/

My brain has connected Women and guitars since I was 13yrs old. I love the why they both respond to my touch, the same guitar or woman... Every touch causes different reactions, every note played as the time moves forward forever. I have tried lots of guitars and will never know all there is to know on any single or combined guitar but I could really tune in for a good while for education from one single woman!

My brain has connected Women and guitars since I was 13yrs old. I love the why they both respond to my touch, the same guitar or woman... Every touch causes different reactions, every note played as the time moves forward forever. I have tried lots of guitars and will never know all there is to know on any single or combined guitar but I could really tune in for a good while for education from one single woman!