Geniuses. They invent their own musical style and take their instruments to places no one has imagined.
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The airlines are now rated for their compliance with Federal guidelines that require that they allow you to carry on your instrument.
Just completed this Medium-Large Guitar Estate® for a client in Chicago. This is the first one we've done with a mirrored back. It also includes a Superior Interior with flame maple and Sapele.
Photos from American Music Furniture, LLC's post
We're delighted to have Fretboard Journal Webcasting our barn concert series. For any locals that would like to attend, it's at Marsh-Gibbon Farm 6759 Laurel Road, New Hope, PA 18938
Tomorrow, the Fretboard Journal will be broadcasting live from from Pennsylvania's Marsh Gibbon Farm with a live concert from Scott Sharrard and the Brickyard Band. Scott is best known for his role as lead guitarist in the Gregg Allman Band, but his credits run deep. Starts at 8pm (EST) and goes till 10:30 pm. We're looking forward to this and sharing future "barn" shows with you. Just jump on the FJ Facebook page and join us.
Had to share this. Two greats... both gone, but I'm glad I was alive when they were here. https://www.youtube.com/embed/m_heX9IawYE