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General Discussion / Re: Share the Deals
« Last post by Mick on August 23, 2017, 11:06:51 PM »
Some really amazing deals on Gibson guitars at!15!pd

Grab yourself a bargain.  ;)
Company Shout Outs! / GuitarBox Newsletter Aug / Sept 2017
« Last post by GuitarBox on August 23, 2017, 09:06:16 AM »
We've been a bit quiet lately with a house move taking up a lot of time but we haven't been idle. Here's what we've been getting up to behind the scenes
Interesting, might give those a go. I use Dunlop Max-Grip picks, but as I am rubbish player who knows if that makes a difference?  :D
Guitar Gear & Equipment Reviews / Re: SWISS PICKS - Kicking Dunlop's Ass since 2011
« Last post by Mick on August 21, 2017, 10:07:41 PM »
Hi Swisspicks, and welcome to GG.

Those picks look great, and can see how they would sit between fingers very nicely. 

My technique when it comes to holding a pick is pretty bad they keep turning as I play, and I'm sure this design would help.  Either that or I'll have to resort to using a coin like Bryan May does.  ;D  Actually do you make round picks? 
Guitar Gear & Equipment Reviews / SWISS PICKS - Kicking Dunlop's Ass since 2011
« Last post by SwissPicks on August 21, 2017, 04:20:36 PM »
Sure, you spend thousands on guitars, amps, & effects. Why not spend $1 on a guitar pick that will improve your glide and accuracy. I know... you've heard this before. Don't take my word for it, but take it from Rusty Cooley, Ronny Gutierrez (Soilwork), Brian James (Fallujah), Christian Thompson (Falling In Reverse), Matt Perrin (Angelmaker, Threat Signal) and many other pros who have found their 'Pick of Destiny'..  Made in the U.S.A. We're so good, the competition WON'T allow these in stores!
Advertise your Gigs / Leeds Bradford Guitar Show Sunday 10th September 2017
« Last post by guitarshows on August 20, 2017, 09:01:45 PM »
THE LEEDS BRADFORD GUITAR SHOW, now in its 11th year, will once again take place at Pudsey Civic Hall, Dawsons Corner, Pudsey, LS28 5TA on Sunday 10th September 2017 from 10am to 4.00pm.
This is the biggest guitar event in the region and is a marvelous opportunity to BUY, SELL AND TRADE new, used and vintage guitars, amps, effects and accessories at bargain prices. LOADS OF STUFF YOU WON'T SEE IN SHOPS!
The Show features more than 70 exhibitors and dealers with special show deals, workshops and new product demos. Many national and independent stores, luthiers and dealers are attending.
On the live stage:
Vintage Guitars present the Gav Coulson Group with hard-driving rock & blues.
Patrick Eggle Guitars showcase Chris Walton & the Forgotten Sons - original three piece Prog/Rock/Funk band
Working with Bose PA systems, The Huers folk duo display their great playing, superb original songs and wonderful harmonies.
Acoustic classics from Alfie Sheard - 16 year old YouTube phenomenon and Ellen USA TV show guest.
A great day out for any guitar enthusiast.
Free prize draw for all attendees - win a Vintage Reissued Series V6M24 guitar plus runners-up prizes of The Guitar Magazine subscriptions.
Sponsored by BluGuitar, Fret-King and Vintage Guitars, The Guitar Magazine, Patrick Eggle, PMT, Sfarzo Strings and The Musicians' Union.
PA provided by Bose.
Admission 5.00. Free parking.
Licensed bar. Food & refreshments available.
Northern Guitar Shows Ltd
Phone 01925 813185 or 07850 744604
General Discussion / Re: RIP Glen Campbell
« Last post by Joom on August 20, 2017, 05:41:57 PM »
Very sad that we've lost so many great performers over the past couple years.  For us 'older' citizens, all people that we grew up with...
Your Recordings / Re: Love on the brain - Rihanna Cover [By Christina Akasha]
« Last post by Joom on August 20, 2017, 05:39:04 PM »
Excellent, Christina.  :)

Very nice work on the song, but you always do a great job on covers.  What really tops it off is the video.  I love hearing the music, but watching a person perform adds so much to the performance.

Enjoyed it...  :tup:
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