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Re: Harp Players Always gots Props! What's in your Trick Bag?

PostPosted: Fri Jan 30, 2009 2:37 pm
by 1armbandit
bottleneck wrote:see,i didn't even know you played guitar.

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Did you mean me Bottleneck?
I got a guitar two years ago at Christmas time. Finally about a year ago got the adapter to hold the pick worked out and got some easy songs going. It's a year later and I am ready to say "I play guitar".
Sadly I have no one near to jam with so nearly no blues in my repatoire (sp). And nothing much outside of open chords. I've mentioned in another thread about my inability to work out barre chords.
Fingerstyle is out of the question I guess. :roll:

Oh yeh. I use my Pignose 7-100 as a preamp to the PA so that is another stage prop I have.

Jack

Re: Harp Players Always gots Props! What's in your Trick Bag?

PostPosted: Sat Feb 07, 2009 7:42 am
by bottleneck
yes one armed bandit,i meant you.i did not know you played guitar.i'm glad music is coming along so well for you!

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Re: Harp Players Always gots Props! What's in your Trick Bag?

PostPosted: Sat Feb 07, 2009 4:16 pm
by 1armbandit
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This would be my regular rig, without the shades and probably black slacks. Oh I would have my harp belt on also.

Jack

Re: Harp Players Always gots Props! What's in your Trick Bag?

PostPosted: Sat Feb 07, 2009 9:29 pm
by bottleneck
AWESOME!! where's the tip bucket???

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Re: Harp Players Always gots Props! What's in your Trick Bag?

PostPosted: Sat Feb 07, 2009 10:38 pm
by 1armbandit
That's a set-up shot Bottleneck. Buskin on the streets of Melvern would be an exercise in futility.

I never dreamed when I started posting here that I would be playing guitar and harp as well as lead singing and leading a band. Small though it may be. I have no idea where it's going from here but it's been quite a ride so far.

Back on topic, I do carry some cheapo harps to give to folks that come up and tell me they are interested in playing.

Jack