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    10-07-2017, 02:18 PM
    Dirtdog replied to a thread Carvin DC700 in Lefty Guitars
    is the back of the neck finished? I'm assuming the trem is recessed? What is the back of neck profile also? Ive been looking to find another seven...
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    09-19-2017, 06:44 PM
    Dirtdog replied to a thread FS Zion Maple Top T in Lefty Guitars
    good deal. wish i could let some cash go but working on getting a house so got to hold out.
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Well I started playing guitar at 13 wanting to be the next Jake E. Lee, George Lynch, and Warren Demartini and taught myself all the cowboy chords I could find. I than was able to take lessons from a guy named Tom Butler in Old Town, Maine. He showed me some cool Kiss and Poison tunes and Bar chords which you only can play in bars and some scales. I latter found the desire to learn more about scales and music theory since I wanted to learn how the songs that I learned were created rather than just play the songs. I found the teacher I needed in Bangor, Maine. His name was Bill Pierce and he was a University of Maine at Augusta Graduate and also was a hot shot Guitar Institute of Technology grad. He showed me how to play all the scales, chords, and arpeggios as well as show me the music theory that I needed to learn to craft my own tunes. I latter went to the University of Maine at Augusta and learned all the jazz music and theory I could. I was there for awhile then left for Tampa, Florida. Down there I wound up trying to figure out how my stomp pedals worked and went back to college and got my Bachelors in Electrical Engineering. I now am trying to record my original tunes and pass on some knowledge to anyone with the willingness to learn. Since starting on this guitar/music journey some 20 plus years ago I found some core concepts that are not that difficult to understand, but once you have them ingrained in your mind will open up new possibilities for you.
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