Ross A wrote:plus adding a cutaway makes the guitar more expensive.
MIKE 450 wrote:That's interesting Lentin,as an x lead guitarist in a few rock bands playing with 10 gauge strings- I find soloing quite hard to play on acoustic even with 11 gauge strings. Nowadays I'm working hard on fingerstyle with a thumb pick and three finger's so I'm using 12 guage.
That's another question I'd love to ask anyone out there who fancies themselves as a good picker. I 'm just starting to get the hang of the boom chick method-a style I always shyed away from. Now after learning Frieght Train and a few other tunes which took weeks and weeks of practice"to get the thumb working on it's own"I love it.
However, when I began to practice,I used thumb pick and three fingers a freind told me THE CLAW as he call it is just thumb and two finger's "HARVEY SMITH STYLE"-------I'm getting quite good at using three fingers does it realy matter--must you put your pinky finger on the body and only use two finger's for speed etc--or is my friend just jealous because I'm turning into Tommy Emannuel.
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