hey all.went to a arts and music festival over the weekend. Set up a cbg table with 7 guitars and 3 home made amps. Sold all the amps and 5 of the guitars ! ! ! My table was the hit of the show and…Continue
went to a arts and music festival over the weekend. Set up a cbg table with 7 guitars and 3 home made amps. Sold all the amps and 5 of the guitars ! ! ! My table was the hit of the show and one guitar went directly up to the stage and got played with a standing ovation ! what rush !! hahahahah. Bayou Blues Guitars is on its way !!
Don't over-think the kalimba - use whatever you have at hand for the tines. I have used bicycle spokes, fishtape and a lot of other material but the majority of my builds were done with lawn rake tines. I picked up the rakes at Lowes or a "real" garden store rather than Wally World. Their stuff was so flimsy, it was pathetic. Remember - you're having fun!
Hi Ed, thanks for the friend request! In answer to your question, the best thing I can do is direct you to this website. They have tons of good info here on amps, home built effects, and wiring. http://www.beavisaudio.com/techpages/PedalPower/
This will explain how to wire a battery into the ac plug. Have fun!
Hi Ed, I am very curious about how well your CBG's were received by the blue grass folks, did they like them ?? Did you sell any? I haven't been able to afford to go to any of the local festivals as they are more expensive than a rock concert - typically forty five bucks a head for one day around here. Seventy five for three days !! I can't fathom it being worth that kind of $$ Your feedback would be very valuable to me. Thanks Bill Ludeman
Welcome aboard, Ed! You will find lots of helpful folks and information here on all things CBG (CBU, CBB, etc.) Feel free to poke around, ask questions, and post your stuff (photos, recordings, videos, etc.).