I've been playing so much finger style classical guitar the past year that my…

I've been playing so much finger style classical guitar the past year that my jazz box (hollow body guitar) feels like a reunion with an old friend.

Part of the appeal of having several guitars laying around is that you never get bored or too comfortable. They're a constant reminder that we're always in pursuit of the infinite.

The dark tone of flatwound strings and wood make are a big part of the jazz guitar experience.

This isn't the most versatile guitar I own (Not by a long shot), but the one thing it does do is killin'!

Do you have some tools in your belt that are under utilized? Pick 'em up!

Workin the flatwounds on the jazzbox

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  • https://plus.google.com/115273558200030492651 Sue McElligott

    So….are you going to videotape some of your playing with this fine looking guitar? ;)

  • https://plus.google.com/101465854435804471513 Rob Michael

    +Sue McElligott I have quite a few videos featuring this guitar on my +YouTube channel. :-)

  • https://plus.google.com/115273558200030492651 Sue McElligott

    Cool! I will have to check it out!!

  • https://plus.google.com/115273558200030492651 Sue McElligott

    Cool! I will have to check it out!!

  • https://plus.google.com/118248308639429576147 Sean Ryan

    +Rob Michael Just had a look at this. Love the playing, the guitars … well, everything! (I'm Dreaming of a) White Christmas – Rob Michael, Solo Guitar

  • https://plus.google.com/101465854435804471513 Rob Michael

    Hey +Sean Ryan thank a million for listening!

  • https://plus.google.com/108697716101487449845 Felicity Graham

    …I have 5 years of music theory, just sitting around gathering dust…does that count?

    (I studied six years of it, but only use about one, heh. The only thing I've done with tone rows in the mumble years since I left undergrad is to briefly explain to people what they are.)