Jerryrig240
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List and lessons of popular songs on CBG?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Moritz Voegeli May 10. 3 Replies

Stumped on tunning, lost on open D

Started this discussion. Last reply by Snuffy Smith May 11. 27 Replies

Weird buzz as I turn volume knob

Started this discussion. Last reply by Milt Haselmire May 1. 4 Replies

 

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Chris Frederick replied to Jerryrig240's discussion What is a good clear coat for cbg necks?
"Obviously there are a thousand +1 opinions for finish.  I've been doing Danish Oil + Paste Wax because it's fast, easy, and pretty good!  The whole process doesn't take long.  Danish Oil isn't bad on it's own,…"
May 12
Snuffy Smith replied to Jerryrig240's discussion Stumped on tunning, lost on open D
"Good info, but all too confusing for a beginner. He should just grab a new set of strings, and start with the 6/5/4 from the set. Tighten the strings till they're a little tighter than "floppy" and wait for the note to appear on the…"
May 11
darryl kernaghan replied to Jerryrig240's discussion Stumped on tunning, lost on open D
"there are other things that come in to play also, as scale length variation will result in string tension variations, but your general string sets will work ok around the 24-25 1/2 inch scale length, usually giving you the ability to step up or down…"
May 11
Snuffy Smith replied to Jerryrig240's discussion Stumped on tunning, lost on open D
"Here is a list of some common CBG 3-string tunings: Open G - GDg Open A - AEa Open B - BEb Open C - CGc Open D - DAd Open E - EBe Open F - FCf Some other possibilities: DGC EeB ACE FCB FCE A#D#a# F#C#f#"
May 11
Snuffy Smith replied to Jerryrig240's discussion Stumped on tunning, lost on open D
"That 6th string doesn't have to be tuned to a Low E when it is placed as the lowest string on your CBG. You can tune it to a Low G. Ignore the "notes" on the 6 string set, period. Just make sure you pull 3 strings from that set that…"
May 11
Snuffy Smith replied to Jerryrig240's discussion Stumped on tunning, lost on open D
"Maybe this will make it easier to understand:"
May 11
Snuffy Smith replied to Jerryrig240's discussion Stumped on tunning, lost on open D
"On a 6-string guitar, starting from the thickest/heaviest string, they are: 6th string = "Low" E 5th string = A 4th string = D 3rd string = G 2nd string = B 1st string = "High" E Know this - just because you are pulling those…"
May 11
Jerryrig240 replied to Jerryrig240's discussion Stumped on tunning, lost on open D
"Thank you all for being so helpful. I was just so frustrated at first because I could not find a strait answer on what strings to use for open G. Now, I know.  This is good talk.  Yes, I have history in playing stringed instruments, but I…"
May 11
Snuffy Smith replied to Jerryrig240's discussion Stumped on tunning, lost on open D
"As a beginner myself, I'm liking this kinda talk, LOL."
May 11
Ron "Oily" Sprague replied to Jerryrig240's discussion Stumped on tunning, lost on open D
"Oooo, that makes you a...yank-ee! ;-) But seriously, Jerry, the charts show you where to put your fingers. Kinda. They don't actually show you which fingers to place where to form the chords, which is why Glenn Watt's one finger chord…"
May 11
Jim Morris replied to Jerryrig240's discussion Stumped on tunning, lost on open D
"I feel like I been yanked! But seriously Jerry here's another useful video. It's just a segment from Justin's full DVD but contains good stuff. https://youtu.be/4xdtK7ic4s4"
May 11
Timothy Hunter replied to Jerryrig240's discussion Stumped on tunning, lost on open D
May 11
Jim Morris replied to Jerryrig240's discussion Stumped on tunning, lost on open D
"Yeah man, I couldn't resist. I usually avoid any talk of numbers or theory when it comes to music. Especially when responding to someone just getting started. I was forced to learn this stuff at an early age by my classical/jazz piano playing…"
May 11
Ron "Oily" Sprague replied to Jerryrig240's discussion Stumped on tunning, lost on open D
"But if you play them with one finger across the particular fret, and sound all the notes in unison, and because g2 and G3 are two different frequencies, then you have...a chord. Never yank a yanker. :-E"
May 11
Ron "Oily" Sprague replied to Jerryrig240's discussion Stumped on tunning, lost on open D
"I knew it! And one of the first things I thought while typing that was 'Somebody's gonna say that because the frequency is doubled, that's technically a different note!" Yeah yeah yeah. But I get yer point. I'm used to…"
May 11
Jim Morris replied to Jerryrig240's discussion Stumped on tunning, lost on open D
"Yup, red dots = root on the chart above. Mind you, those aren't chords, they're notes of the major scale. Several good one finger chord tutorials are out there and Glenn Watt's are excellent. Here's one…"
May 10

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At 6:07pm on October 23, 2010, beStillroy said…
Mr. JerryRig
Could you explain how your snare is connected to your HiHat.
I'm playing with a suitcase kick bass and a HiHat.
I wanna add the snare.
Haven't seen any photos as of yet.
Thanks Sir
HI
At 11:25pm on September 6, 2010, HENRY LOWMAN said…
HAPPY BIRTHDAY! :-)
At 7:26am on August 9, 2010, MrRandomWritings (Backwater Bri) said…
Hi - have you shorted out the second coil? That should fix it if you haven't. Else just try different permutations of the connections before you solder it - should be possible to reduce it quite considerably
At 6:21am on August 8, 2010, MrRandomWritings (Backwater Bri) said…
If you've got a plank and an E string you've got a diddly bow to test your pickup. Interesting comment - thanks
At 1:36pm on August 4, 2010, MrRandomWritings (Backwater Bri) said…
Hi - I replied to your comment on the video - thanks for watching it
At 7:09pm on August 1, 2010, bairfoot cajun said…
howdy, i just stopped by ta say---a zither pin is used on instruments like zithers mountain dulcimers and some harp type instruments in the place of tuning keys. and the fretboard on the vintage nutrua build is cocobolo and its a martin reject fretboard i got from e-bay relatively cheap. thanks fer yer questions.happy to answer when i can.
At 8:39am on July 15, 2010, Joker said…
Hey Jerryrig, New Market is kinda near Louisville Ky right? I think I want to try to get a cbg gathering worked out for next summer for folks in the tristate area. Would you be onboard? I don't think I want to do a full on fest but maybe just something where all the cbg folks can get together and jam, trade building techniques and stuff like that. What do you think?
At 11:41am on July 9, 2010, Joker said…
Jerryrig, thanks for the comment on my vid. Gald you liked it. I like to use heavy reverb on the vocals, big influence from The John Spencer Blues Explosion
At 12:30am on July 9, 2010, bairfoot cajun said…
hello just stopped by ta let you know the final pics of the red brick guitar are coming up shortly--check them out--the pickup is a tesla transducer built by ted crocker.it sounds good and i,m going to do a video soon also if you would like to hear it. thanks.
At 7:03am on May 7, 2010, Keni Lee Burgess said…
Thank you Jerryrig240. The secret really is the Pinnacle movie making software that I received as a gift from John McNair. He really fixed me up. I used to use Windows Movie Maker, but it does not have the same excellent sound quality as Pinnacle. I am only using a little Canon Power Shot SD300 camera with a built in mic to shoot the video. Thank you for your comment. Enjoy.
 
 
 

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