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Added by Chicagocy on February 28, 2009 at 9:57pm —
today i took a ride to the post office in morrison tennesse,lived here over two years and never been to morrison tennessee,but that is where my mailing adress is. people tell me morrison is there so i gots to believe them.it took me a little over a hour and over 40 miles to find morrison tenneesee.beautiful mountain scenery on the way. it took me 15 minutes to get home ha ha.i went to the post office cause i had guitar parts i ordered waitin fer me there and we gots to have our guitar parts… Continue
Added by bairfoot cajun on February 27, 2009 at 3:17pm —
Hey guys, this group is addictive... so many good people around :o)
Anyways, I guess I should point out my real name is Ben Moor.... not Randy Rooster!
I was just trying to think up a cool name that had that CBG 'sound' to it... y'know like 'Red dog guitars', or 'Chicken Bone John' or Hollowbelly'... something bluesy....
I was really struggling until my rooster came past the window, jumped on 4 of his hens in quick succession, gave a nonchalant nod, and strolled on by.... so… Continue
Added by Roosterman on February 25, 2009 at 6:30am —
Well Iv just discovered this whole CBG scene, got me a 3 string, and am now concentrating on building more CBGs and less solids!!
Great to see so many people building and sharing tips and advice... much less elitist than the 'electric' world... I feel right at home!!
Added by Roosterman on February 24, 2009 at 11:28am —
All the talk about reso's got me stirred up. I decided to go low tech and do a paint can lid (quart size) reso... It's a test build for a future custom I am doing for a dobro player.
Your basic Don Tomas box, oak neck thru (blinded off inside… Continue
Added by Wichita Sam on February 17, 2009 at 1:40am —
Alright folks. I haven't blogged in awhile. I was waiting for the moment I start on my 3rd CBG. This one is going to be cool. I'm alternating Poplar and red oak strips for the neck. I have a Partagas box eagerly waiting to metamorphisize into a CBG. Kinda like that ugly old caterpillar cocooning into a butterfly. I broke down and bought a Dremel kit so I can do some cool stuff. My dog generously supplied me once again with a nice, aged bone for the nut. The bridge and saddle I'm not sure of… Continue
Added by Scott on February 15, 2009 at 10:54pm —
Captain Burlap & the 40-Watt Spark were at it again opening a CBG show at Lapeer Music/Cup of Joe's Soundstage. Cap'n opened the show on CBG Jar-Tar #11 followed by Sparky and his originals.
Sparky played Eddie the Wonder Lizard's "Space Man".
Gerry Thompson played 2 of his CBGs and all originals. He was accompanied by Charmin Diggs on his homemade CBG banjo and later by the Cap'n on Ray #9.
Charmin Diggs played an original.
Added by Captain Burlap on February 7, 2009 at 6:10pm —
I am currently working on a new show, spreading the word about the Nation and actively seeking CBG enthusiasts down here in LA.........
Added by Cigar Box Slim on February 3, 2009 at 10:30pm —
My "Southern Classic" cigar box guitars resulted from a trip I made to the heart of the Delta Blues country - New Orleans. Throughout the French Quarter of New Orleans and all along the gulf coast, the trials, tribulations, and community bonds are woven deeply into the resonating sound of their music. From stories of the Depression, to long lost loves, mystery, and all the emotions that ebb and flow from a lifetime of Southern living, I'd found a style of music that fed into my passion for art… Continue
Added by Delta Blues Classics - JStoltz on February 3, 2009 at 5:50pm —