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Boss loop contest / championship 2011 Uk finalist using RC3 Boss Pedal

| August 19, 2011 | 0 Comments

I am a guitarist and guitar tutor based in brighton and london in the UK. follow me on facebook and twitter. www.facebook.com twitter.com I am very passionte about making music using boss loop pedals,As a Guitarist the loop pedal gives me complete freedom to write and create whatever inspires. For this video i am using the RC3 boss loop pedal. Also cornford amps (handbuilt british amps) for the guitars, i use a selection of fender stratocastors, gibson Les pauls and the vigier excalibur. Thank you for listening to the video, I am currently in the progess of making more songs/videos using the Rc300 loop pedal and a carl martin quattro pedal, I am creating bigger and better sounds, and cant wait to post on my channel. Keep playing your guitar!

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Santa Monica Pier 27th annual Twilight Dance Series – Surf Guitars – 2011-08-18

| August 19, 2011 | 0 Comments

August 18, Making Waves: A Night of Surf Guitar: Duo-Tones, Slacktone, and The Eliminators

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2011 Barault Selmer (Maple)

| August 12, 2011 | 0 Comments

This beautiful guitar was built by the renowned French luthier Jean Barault. Biréli Lagrène and Tchavolo Schmitt currently endorse Barault guitars. This guitar includes: Gorgeous laminate flamed maple back and sides A real pliage (the top is bent just like the older Selmers!) European spruce top 670mm scale 14 fret neck Flamed maple neck Body specs (15 7/8″ body, 3 3/4″ deep) Lacquered interior (just like the vintage Selmers) Barault’s own fancy closed tuners and tailpiece Fretboard extension The sound of this instrument is among the best Selmer copies being made today. It’s no wonder Biréli chose to endorse Barault guitars as they offer a very traditional Selmer sound but have the playability of an ultra smooth archtop. Tonally this instrument has a wonderful warmth to it that I rarely hear in the rosewood guitars. There is some high end sparkle, but generally the notes are thicker than your average Selmer copy. Reminds me of the thick tone Django had on his late 40s Rome sessions. The pliage is rather subtle on this guitar, very much like the highly coveted 500 series Selmers (played by Django, Stochelo, Fappy, etc.) If you like the warm tone of those players I think you will LOVE this guitar. Very satisfying…. Barault is one of the very few luthiers today actually making Selmer copies with a real pliage. He uses the method that Selmer did…the top is bent with a hot iron which creates a fold, or “pliage,” in the top just under the bridge. 99% of Selmer copies being …

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Cigar-box Guitars: Beauty in hidden places…

| August 11, 2011 | 0 Comments

Subscribe if you like what you see here and want to see more of my music and vlogs! Also, find me on facebook: www.facebook.com/joeypearsonmusic Meet Bob Hord! He is an artist in Encinitas, CA where I live. I wanted to share with you all here on YouTube the beautiful and quirky artwork he creates! He combines different mediums of art to create musical instruments whose stand-alone beauty is marvelous yet can also be played. From paintings, Cigar-box Guitars, paper sculptures, and mixed-media fine art, Bob Hord brings a new, inspiring perspective to the art world. He has been able to find beauty in places beauty is not normally found! To find out more about his art and where you can find it, visit him online! www.bobhord.com

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