You may have noticed that the blog looks a little different. I have to credit my brother-in-law, Brad Linberg. He is a really great web designer and is currently a freelancer. One day he just told me he was working on building his portfolio and offered to redesign my blog. He did a great job and I’m thrilled with the new look. If you want get in contact with him you can find him on Twitter at @btlinberg. He also has crazy nutrition tweets that will blow your mind.
If you have looked through the post on this blog, you may have noticed that I took a 2 1/2 year vacation from blogging. When I started back up again, I had about 12,000 spams to weed through. I’m proud to say that I’m down to the last 2,394 right now and I hope to be installing some plug-ins soon to help keep the spam down. This means that it may take me a while to approve your comments. I’m sorry for the delay. In the near future it shouldn’t take as long. Thanks for both commenting and being patient with me.
I still don’t know how to work my Line 6 M5. This says more about me than the M5
I’m usually that guy who gives guitarists a hard time if they use light gauge strings. If you don’t have at least 10’s on your Fender and 11’s on your Gibson, you must not be a man. Maybe not even a girl…or a human for that matter. maybe your a toy poodle with a pink fluffy sweater and bow (that’s usually how the conversation goes). There is just one problem. Okay there is more than one problem. One problem is that Billy Gibbons plays with 8’s on his guitars and he’s the man. Second, I just put 9’s on my Tele for the first time ever and I’m loving it. The guitar has always play great and now it just feels so good. Sure, I broke the A string 5 days later but that was special conditions. All this to say that I may be a poodle.
Hot chocolate is happening right now. Just saying.
That last comment should have been reserved for Twitter not my blog. Sorry.
I played the grand piano at church Sunday night and an old guitar-playing friend whom I have known for over a decade came up to me afterwards and said he was shocked by it. Watch out world. This guitar player can play chords on not just one, but two instruments.
My next post will be a more serious and legitimate post I promise.
Keep sharp, beware the V-neck,