Category Archives: Music and Guitar

Posts about music, guitars, amplifiers, new songs, etc.

Funky One Chord Jam

This track was an experiment. I wanted to see if I could play cajon with my left hand while playing a ride cymbal with my right.  It turns out that I can! This is almost 8:00 minutes long and it … Continue reading

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In Search of a Pickguard

My Casino came without a pickguard.  A lot of people take them off and then they get lost.  I wanted mine to have one, for two reasons.  One, when I finger pick I tend to anchor my hand on my … Continue reading

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Very Superstitious

Got together today with Craig.  Here is a version of Superstition with Craig on a Tele that just got its old three barrel brass bridge back.  At some point he had had a six saddle steel bridge put on, but … Continue reading

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Fast Samba

I recorded this to test a couple of different mics for recording the cajon.  I used a Sennheiser E 602 II, which I used to mic my kick drum with, on the cajon port, and an Avantone CK-1 small capsule … Continue reading

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Cajon in 6/8

In creating this track I had two purposes.   First, try out a new plugin called Bass Professor II from Sonic Anomaly.  Second, I have been practicing a cajon pattern in 6/8, so I wanted to try it out.  No amps … Continue reading

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A Dylan Cover

I don’t do covers very often, but I felt like playing “She Belongs to Me.” It’s the Casino, the cajon, and the solo is, surprisingly enough, my guitalele.

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More Old Recordings of Old Originals

I seem to be encountering old recordings of things from my past these days.  I have posted a new version of an old song.  Now I have some more old versions. Back in the 1970’s my friend Craig was in … Continue reading

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