How many songs you want? I'm getting ready to upload my first album of original material to bandcamp.com this week: 9 instrumentals and 3 with lyrics, played on a variety of CBGs. PM me here on CBN to discuss."
This is the group for Lo-Watt Rock & Blues.Here is the place to post photos and information on how to convert vintage electronics into awesome sounding and really cool guitar amps.I am not an expert at amps or electronics, I have dabbled off and on over the years and lately really finding my interest growing in the subject and have decided to put this group together for the more experienced people to join and teach us all...also a place to organize the info found on this site.if you would…See More
Seaside Music Fest, Seaside NJ. Lazy B Cigar Guitars will be a vendor on 5/19!May 17-19, 2012The Seaside Music Festival is a free admission three-day music festival that takes place throughout bars, restaurants, and on the beach at Seaside Heights, NJ. The music festival is now in its 5th year and hosts performances by favorite local bands, out-of-towners, and touring acts for an eclectic weekend of live music. A variety of musical genres take over the town with great rock and alternative acts,…See More
A group devoted to showcasing cigar box guitar builders and musicians from the New Jersey area. The focus will be but not limited to: New Jersey guitars shows, CBG builders, open mics and festivals.See More
"This is actually a rebuild cigar box guitar that I made for a local artist here at the Jersey Shore, Mr. Ronnie Brandt. This was my first attempt at building a CBG and had stopped working on it. Ronnie recently came to me with an idea to build a…"
Hey everyone, Im doing a show on an internet radio station called, www.backstreetradio.com I'm featuring singer/songwriters who play the cbg. If you would like me to play your songs, send them to me at email@example.com the next show airs april 1st. John
Welcome aboard, John! You will find lots of helpful folks and information here on all things CBG (CBU, CBB, etc.) Feel free to poke around, ask questions, and post your stuff (photos, recordings, videos, etc.).
Up in the Free Resources menu at the top, you will see a number of plans for building and playing cigar box guitars/ukuleles/banjos/dulcimers/violins. I encourage you to download any of the plans, take a look at them, and ask questions from there. Also our site is VERY searchable. I bet you your questions have already been asked, so take a few moments and look around.
Join our Chat sometime (see the bar at the bottom of your browser page). Keep in mind that tho the chat window says there are X number of people online, not all may have the chat window up.