i can be reach at firstname.lastname@example.org cheers Jarvis Gibson J200 custom elite-tobacco Burst jumbo size, 16-3/4″ lower bout, antique natural finish, spruce top, highly flamed maple back and sides, 14-fret 2-piece flamed maple neck, white-bound ebony fretboard, abalone crown inlays, 20 frets, bound headstock with black veneer and pearl inlaid “Gibson” logo and abalone crown, rosewood moustache bridge with abalone block inlays, engraved tortoise plastic pickguard with inlaid abalone dots, double white-bound body with bwbwb top purfling, abalone soundhole rosette, gold Grover Imperial tuners, Custom Shop decal on back of headstock, built in Bozeman, MT, 1-3/4″ nut, 25-1/2″ scale, with arched-lid HSC Video Rating: 5 / 5
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My mother gave this to me in 2007, as she said she never plays it and needs the space! I have very little information on this guitar, other than that it is genuinely Spanish, probably dates from the 1970s, really needs restringing…
…and has a proud place in my musical history, as on the 4th March 1987 I sat down with a Mick Abrahams tutor record and this instrument, and learned my very first guitar chords.
I’m definitely going to record something with this one day.
(Update (March 2008)): Since I wrote the above notes, I have used this guitar on two recordings: backing tracks for my wife’s musical activity sessions for children ("Twinkle Twinkle Little Star" and "I Can Sing A Rainbow"). It records nicely, though I don’t think I’ve got the EQ quite right yet when mixing.
A detailed breakdown of this classic song with descriptions of where to place fingers, which strings to pick and when. For more great fingerpicking tutorials checkout my channel and subscribe to get all my future videos posted to your home page. If you would like to request another Jose Gonzales tutorial (or anybody else) either post in the comments or in my channel comments as i do read every comment.
As a sophomore at the University of Michigan, Darren Criss performed his original song, “THE MUSE” (acoustic version) on the college TV station’s music show “Michigan In Motion” with host, Jake Serwer. This was filmed January 27th, 2007 in Ann Arbor, MI and is a WOLV-TV production. Video Rating: 4 / 5
Lyrics: Bodies fill the fields I see, hungry heroes end No one to play soldier now, no one to pretend Running blind through killing fields, bred to kill them all Victim of what said should be A servant `til I fall Soldier boy, made of clay Now an empty shell Twenty one, only son But he served us well Bred to kill, not to care Just do as we say Finished here, Greeting Death He’s yours to take away Back to the front You will do what I say, when I say Back to the front You will die when I say, you must die Back to the front You coward You servant You blindman Barking of machinegun fire, does nothing to me now Sounding of the clock that ticks, get used to it somehow More a man, more stripes you wear, glory seeker trends Bodies fill the fields I see The slaughter never ends Soldier boy, made of clay Now an empty shell Twenty one, only son But he served us well Bred to kill, not to care Just do as we say Finished here, Greeting Death He’s yours to take away Back to the front You will do what I say, when I say Back to the front You will die when I say, you must die Back to the front You coward You servant You blindman Why, Am I dying? Kill, have no fear Lie, live off lying Hell, Hell is here I was born for dying Life planned out before my birth, nothing could I say Had no chance to see myself, molded day by day Looking back I realize, nothing have I done Left to die with only friend Alone I clench my gun Soldier boy, made of clay Now an empty shell Twenty one, only son But he …
Hi Guys! Here’s my new video of me singing – Hallelujah, from the Shrek movie, I hope you like it. I look forward to hearing your comments. There are so many people I’d like to thank for helping me get to where I am but one in particular, you know who you are – yes hours of sweat & tears, to get this right… Subscribe if you haven’t already by hitting the yellow button above!! Visit me on Myspace: www.myspace.com Add me on facebook www.facebook.com Website: www.jordanjansen.com Twitter: twitter.com Video Rating: 4 / 5