Originally Posted by Celery
I don't think they're there anymore.
Dang it! I did watch the one video. I took several lessons and learned a ton of weird cords. I just never got the lead part down. I tried what they call penitonics. Never got the hang of them either. The school where I was taking lessons decided to form a band. There wasn't any base players and I was the worst lead guitar player, so I decided to learn the base. It was very easy to learn because I already new the basics. I guess I was a natural on the Base. I probably played in 5 different bands.
My last band was called The Country Nomads. We played the old country. My wife learned to play cords on the Madelin. We had a steel guitar player. A Fiddle player. Two rhythm players. I played base. We all sang and had a lot of three part harmony. We had a ball. Seldom got paid. Wife still has her Madelin. I'm sure it's worth a few dollars. It's a Aldarez model A100. She doesn't play any more either. Thanks for bringing up some precious memories guys.
It would be great if we could all get together and have a jam secession