As much as I love electric instruments, effects and amplifiers, acoustic guitar sometimes…

As much as I love electric instruments, effects and amplifiers, acoustic guitar sometimes makes you feel closer to the "Core of existence."

That sounds so corny, but I think it's true! For two months now, I've been loving the simple life of an acoustic musician. Think I'll just hang out here a while longer.

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As much as I love electric instruments, effects and amplifiers, acoustic guitar sometimes makes you feel closer to the “Core of existence.”

That sounds so corny, but I think it’s true! For two months now, I’ve been loving the simple life of an acoustic musician. Think I’ll just hang out here a while longer.

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  • https://plus.google.com/104857406109954440836 Christopher Lira

    All I need is a few good beers and my "Roxanne" and it's all love. 

  • https://plus.google.com/103410901437200182310 Cell Zealot

    I have often felt I could hear the angels singing while playing my 555 Taylor 12 string. You have to listen much more closely to acoustic instruments and thus more is heard.

  • https://plus.google.com/117634587404096739429 MariaSocorro Motos

    I LOVE acoustic music/guitar,it's simply the BEST :)

  • https://plus.google.com/112582097124741474228 Frank Rockenfeller

    Both worlds are fine, but for the last 15 years I prefered the acoustic guitar, after playing electric all my life.

  • https://plus.google.com/107864101950987819548 arjay el II

    It takes more effort to make an acoustic guitar sound good. An electric can be fed through effects, racks, etc. They even have robot guitars.

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

    +arjay el II I think I understand what you're saying, but if you count the effort involved with lugging amps and other accouterments involved with electric guitar, the acoustic seems pretty effortless and always sounds great straight away. :-) 

  • https://plus.google.com/110511728210570642636 Alan Doyle

    The beauty of the guitar as a versatile instrument (electric, acoustic, classical).

  • https://plus.google.com/103410901437200182310 Cell Zealot

    In the great debate between the two fully compositional instrument, the guitar always wins out over the piano (IMHO) because you can bend the notes and carry it with you!
    But I love both acoustic and electric guitar, of course, I just love the purity of the acoustic a bit more.

  • https://plus.google.com/116777427005898553449 Kathleen Kelly

    Watching a man's hands and fingers as he plays guitar – especially acoustic – is as sexy as it gets. sigh

  • https://plus.google.com/103337356589722345663 Paul Gilmer

    truly said…

  • https://plus.google.com/117657453394207052557 Nivita Verma

    Nothing like a steel string, acoustic guitar (purity of sound + exposed vulnerability of player – much like in unplugged/a cappella songs – are refreshing).