New Lesson Explains Resonator Style Acoustic Guitars For Blues
Blues Guitar Unleashed creator, Griff Hamlin, has released a new lesson at http://bluesguitarunleashed.com/resonator-style-acoustic-guitars-for-blues/ about acoustic resonator style guitars as commonly used in blues and country music. The lesson combines a video clip about the various types and history of the resonator (or “dobro”) guitar and what to look for when considering the purchase of a resonator style guitar.
According to Griff, “Personally, I’ve been on a hunt for just the right resonator style guitar now for a few months. I seem to have a lot of trouble finding the right balance of tone, feel, and look… which is really the same problem we all encounter with any new instrument purchase. If you play blues, and particularly acoustic blues; and like to use a slide, there’s such a great vibe associated with resonator style guitars. So I’ve been doing some research and trying some out. Of course, in my travels I stumbled upon a couple of things of great interest and value.”
Of particular interest was a story from the UK (http://www.thetelegraphandargus.co.uk/news/8991215.Blues_resonate_for_guitar_maker_Andy/) about a man named Andy Solloway who takes regular Telecaster guitars and modifies them to have a resonator. While it’s not the traditional approach to a resonator it could be very useful if one needs to have one in a live concert setting.
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