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Suzuki
Started by Ed McKechnie
2 replies, latest 3 weeks ago

What chords should I learn first?
Started by p sherman
6 replies, latest 3 weeks ago

Getting Out of First Position
Started by Kevin Croston
3 replies, latest 1 month ago

Look further
Started by Matthew Sarad
2 replies, latest 1 month ago

"Introductions" section? "Looking for local musicians" section?
Started by Doug Clark
4 replies, latest 1 month ago

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Ed McKechnie

Suzuki

Hey, does anyone know where I can find the specs on a Suzuki SDG 100 ? I picked it up at a shop because it sounds like a cannon ! I just don't know quite what I have here. Thanks for any help. Ed

Posted 3 weeks ago - 2 replies, latest 3 weeks ago


p sherman

What chords should I learn first?

I've just been given a guitar in my birthday and trying to learn how to play it. Which chords should I start from ?

Posted 3 months ago - 6 replies, latest 3 weeks ago


Kevin Croston

Getting Out of First Position

Hi all, New to the AG Community. This is my first thread. I'm a beginner-intermediate (beginning intermediate?) player. I'm mostly a "living room strummer". As such, I don't tend to push myself too hard to study techniques/ideas. The pro...

Posted 4 months ago - 3 replies, latest 1 month ago


Matthew Sarad

Look further

The dead nature of this forum means go to the acoustic guitar forum, umgf, the gear page, scgc players forum, Huss and dalton forum, larrivee forum, and many others.

Posted 1 month ago - 2 replies, latest 1 month ago


Doug Clark

"Introductions" section? "Looking for local musicians" section?

Maybe I overlooked something, but I thought there might be a group/thread/whatever for new members to introduce themselves, and maybe another place to post inquiries for other players in our area for future jam sessions. I'm curious just who el...

Posted 3 months ago - 4 replies, latest 1 month ago



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