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I Fixed My ZT Lunchbox Amp

Don’t try this at home !! My ZT Lunchbox amp developed a terrible rattle-like sound after I had owned it for a month or two. I reviewed the amp favorably when I first got it and then gave it a qualified report when the rattle developed. I corresponded with ZT […]

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Product Review Updates

Product Review Updates

I’ve reviewed several products over the past year. My original opinions have changed for some of these and I wanted to update readers with what I’ve discovered. I reviewed the D’Addario TS Micro Tuner and thought it was a wonderful, unobtrusive chromatic tuner that attached to the headstock of many instruments […]

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The Banjo

The Banjo

Pete Seeger’s death got me to thinking about banjos and banjo playing. Pete Seeger just passed away (January 2014). He popularized the long neck five string banjo and folk banjo in general. Back during the folk music revival of the 1960s, when I was learning to play guitar, Pete Seeger inspired […]

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Pete Seeger

Pete Seeger

Pete Seeger passed away today. He was 94. He had a big influence on me when I started playing guitar. That was way back in the early sixties during the folk music revival. Pete had been blacklisted during the Commie Witch Hunts of Senator Joseph McCarthy. He wasn’t on network […]

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Holiday Music

It’s Christmas time and even if you don’t celebrate Christmas you can enjoy the music. Here’s a small selection to get you started. Of course they feature guitars, guitarists or ukulele or jazz/blues. Happy Holidays from Dan♥Guitars. Sleigh Ride by John Pizzarelli on Conan 12/21/2011 Martin Taylor plays Fingerstyle Guitar […]

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Review: ZT Lunchbox Guitar Amplifier

I’m preparing for retirement by selling guitars and and paring my equipment down to the items I use most. I’m thinking of space requirements because I’ll probably be living in a home with less space sometime in the future. And I’m thinking about the weight of equipment because I’m getting […]

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Fifty Years of Jim Hall

Fifty Years of Jim Hall

Jazz Great Jim Hall passed away this week (December 2013). Here are some videos of Jim Hall from the 1960s through last year (2012). Maybe not exactly fifty years of Jim Hall, but then possibly more than 50. Enjoy. Date unknown but probably 1960s 1965 on the Merv Griffin Show […]

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