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Three string guitars

Everything about anything that's a three stringer

Website: http://www.3-string-guitar.com/
Members: 596
Latest Activity: Dec 11

If you enjoy three string guitars, this is the place!

Hi Folks, This is the group to share everything about the three string guitar...it is only about 3 stringers, not that there is a problem with 6 string guitars, those are cool, and 4 stringers are nifty too...but this is a place to share ideas and post anything and everything 3 string.

There is another website on the net that is the mecca of all that is 3 string.... come visit it sometime, just Google "3 string guitar" or visit 3-string-guitar.com...there is so much info it would fill up this section...come on over when you are ready to read lots of great stories.

If you have anything to share, add it here and it might help get your sales or spread the word about your music.....post your ideas, photos and tips, don't let it get buried and lost in the random 4 and 6 string stuff....this is the place for your 3 string post, this is three string heaven.

Get out of the rutt, play a three string!

 

 

 

Lots more great stuff, come visit 3-string-guitar.com

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Comment by Pete Turner on December 10, 2014 at 3:46pm

I bought Justin's DVD last August @ the York CBG Fest. It's a great DVD, Justin's a great teacher and it has greatly improved my playing .

Comment by TN Twang on December 10, 2014 at 3:39pm

UNSOLICITED TESTIMONIAL:

Ya' never know where best to post stuff around here.

I just stuck a very positive review over on the "How to Play Cigar Box Guitar" group recommending Justin Johnson's DVD on slide guitar. He demos on 4-strings, but I've found that his "hot licks" work great on my unfretted 3-string guitars.

If you're new and puzzled (or old and still puzzled), check out my review--or just check out Justin's DVD.

Enjoy.

Comment by BeetleJuice! on December 6, 2014 at 6:53am

three string Old time good times!

Comment by BeetleJuice! on November 15, 2014 at 7:46am

yeah I agree, experimentation is the best way to discover, when ever and Idea comes to your head,.....try it....Never ask ...because if some give you a negative comment or review, it might detour you and stop you from trying and finding something great!... do it!

Comment by Randy Cordle on November 14, 2014 at 8:53pm

I just added a page for related information for a Nylon-strung acoustic 3 string guitar project to my website.  I'll be adding more content shortly, but at least it's up!

http://www.bluestemstrings.com/pageGuitarThreeString.html 

Comment by Brown Water Jerry (Rice) on November 13, 2014 at 7:47am

What kind of strings did they use on the old time jazz boxes?

Comment by Brown Water Jerry (Rice) on November 13, 2014 at 7:45am

Has anyone tried them?  I don't want to spring for a set to find out they are dead sounding.

Comment by Scott aka Farmer Ted on November 13, 2014 at 6:10am

How do flat wounds sound on an acoustic build? Here's a good test...take a twenty dollar bill and throw it out the window while driving your car/truck. That "whoosh" sound made by losing an extra Andrew Jackson will pretty much tell the tale. Flat wounds are more expensive, and meant for magnetic pickup electric guitars, primarily. But experimentation is all about discovery. Give it a go...may be a hoot.

Comment by Brown Water Jerry (Rice) on November 12, 2014 at 9:28pm

Soooo, how do flatwounds sound on an acoustic build ?

Comment by BeetleJuice! on November 3, 2014 at 1:07pm

 
 
 

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