You asked about other song recommendations.
I was thinking about that and it occurred to me that there was a couple of songs on the first Creed release, for instance "one" that might work well worked over for three string playing similar to your version of the Collective soul song.
I know, I hear it all the time, I'm too old for that stuff. Guess I'm just a sucker for a tasty hook!
I have a suggestion. I was exploring the nation and discovered your "one hour build" series of vids.
At the end you played a song, I believe it was "let your light shine down" or whatever its called, Collective Soul I think......
Anyway, I was impressed by how well it worked on the three string, and thought it would make a great "how to play" lesson, maybe some tabs, or at least step through it with the camera positioned to teach the song or something.
hey crow,thanks for the comment on the 3 string lap steel it was very easy to build and didn't take much more than an hour to build,salt of the earth was one of the best things any one has said about builds i have done,thanks again,appreciate that.
Hey Crow, Thanks for your kind words on my hockey stick Vid.! I left ya some info on it in the videos comments.. (never been sure if those go back to people or not) Man love your cover of " love in vain" great pipes bro!
Thanks, Crow...love your 'mind-set' about building...efficient, inexpensive, good sound .. and great as a 'present' for someone who becomes enchanted but never thought they'd have the money or talent to invest in a 'real' guitar.
i do have an ulterior motive with some of my 'over-the-top' builds, though....
i do not want to waste time and energy making them loud....'lectrifying them achieves that easily.
I find that the sustain and vibrations from these builds are very relaxing to the body and so are specifically targeted towards the player..which is why i call them 'shamans'.
thanks for the encouragement...you are constantly inspiring...z.