Cheers for the request and it was a pleasure to meet you at the weekend. A fellow luddite hitting bits of wood with other bits of wood and sometimes metal when we are feeling fancy. There's got to be a competition in that - who can make a servicable cbg using the most basic of tools - axes at the ready boys!
Hey Bro glad to hear you got home safe and sound , wow a nine hour train ride thats going some ! - talk about Flat arse blues lol!
yes it was great to meet you also bro really enjoyed talking to you , i can see your buzzing with enthusiasum to get building - keep doing what your doing mate i like your style and loved your builds both sounded great , hope we can both better our playing skillz and maybe have a jam together next time ? after seeing your lap steel you got me wanting to make one myself thats why i bought the slab of wood from ben
cheers mate take it easy bro
Hey mate, great to meet you at last. Hope you had a safe trip home. How good was that then? Bloody fantastic, Im already building for the next one :o)
Soon as I get back up north Il sort those videos out for you and send them on
Right.... need some kip!
Take it easy
Good to meet you this weekend mate. Got home rooted through the booze cupboard and found a very nice 12 yr old Glenlivet - better than that it was in a tin presentation box. Weird shape sort of roundy triangular but I think I have figured it. That is now on the list for the dark nights
I have started a CBN group entitled, "How to Play CBG" It is my hope and intention to encourage the "Wealth of Talent" here on the Nation to share their knowledge and skill to further the CBG movement. Please consider contributing an instructional "video" link to this group. If you are a viewer seeking instruction, please feel free to write. If you have any suggestions or know other players who you think may want to post instructional "video" links, please contact me. Thank you for your interest and support, Keni Lee