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  1. My condolences to you for the loss of your father. You can do it. Play slow and gentle. It is good physical and mental therapy. Have fun!
  2. @Triple-o I think the problem is caused by humidity. Low humidity dries out the guitar and the top sinks. High humidity makes a wet guitar that expands the top. Bob Taylor has a series of videos about this and how the guitar is repaired.
  3. This is a tasty new 12 string from Taylor. https://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/150eWSB--taylor-150e-sunburst
  4. Creepy chords for Halloween.
  5. @William Nelson You live near Nashville time to get busy!
  6. @William Nelson I have been thinking of a 12 string for quite a while now, but I haven't purchased one yet. I would say the Taylor 150e is a good choice, and I have considered it. Unfortunately there is the guitar I could afford, or the guitar I really want. For me I would like to purchase the Taylor 562ce. The 562ce is significantly more money, but it is very highly rated. The design of the 562ce makes it easier to play, and it is obviously a high quality guitar. I know what your saying about maybe the guitar sitting in the case because it isn't the first guitar you pick up, but what if the 12 string is so good you want to pick it up more often? Martin also has a low end 12 string, but I did not like the layered neck material at least on the one I tried. Another option is to check out used ones at your local music store.
  7. @Nutty 1 Clever version of this silly song. I like your guitar.
  8. Gibson probably replaced their old server, and the files were not moved to the new server. The Gibson page was redesigned so it wasn't practical for the web developer to keep the links active. The Arlen Roth lessons were really good. It is a loss for learning guitar players, but Gibson's main business is to make great guitars. There is L&M Guitar, Fretboard Theory, Unstoppable Guitar System, and a lot of other free resources on YouTube for those who want to learn.
  9. @Oldjock You will regret trading in the looper. The looper in the ME-80 is limited and no effects. You will want to use the looper with the effects pedal.
  10. @Eracer_Team-DougH That's rough. It definitely doesn't seem to be any advantage to the local store. We are fortunate in New Hampshire with no sales tax. I am always surprised when I visit someplace and pay sales tax. We pay our real estate and meal taxes here though.
  11. @Eracer_Team-DougH Is that the exchange rate plus import duty? I imagine Sweetwater doesn't ship for free to Canada either.
  12. @Eracer_Team-DougH You need a better music store. Does Sweetwater ship to Canada? Even accounting for the exchange rate those prices seem high. Of course those items are imported from China; not the USA. You have my sympathy.

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