SEEKINGBand to Join, Acoustic Guitar, Background Singer, Dobro, Harmonica, Keyboard, Lead Guitar, Other, Rhythm Guitar, Steel guitar, Vocalist.
Howdy. I'm an early (57) retired DDS and have played guitar with various levels of commitment since I was 7. I'm still not great, so I have to practice. I play a soulful blues harp and have been known to sit in with a band for a tune or two. Recently built a cigar box 6 string I keep tuned in open G for "Kieth" songs, and my Epiphone acoustic is currently tuned to open E. My Dean 12 string acoustic is in Drop D, but I do have a Washburn and '63 Gretch in standard. I've done a bunch of open mics over the years, had an acoustic gig while in dental school with a pal, and passed around the fire pit house guitar while running a BnB in the 90's. I played keyboards in my HS rock band, but only know basic chords. I would love to build a 10-20 song set with someone(s) of the songs that still inspire me, while I'm still mentally capable of remembering the lyrics. I can sing but all my main rigs are tuned two steps down to better fit my aged register.
- Screen name:
- Member since:
- Mar 03 2019
- Active within 1 week
- Level of commitment:
- Moderately Committed
- Years playing music:
- Gigs played:
- 10 to 50
- Tend to practice:
- More than 3 times per week
Songs I've recently figured out in the past 2-3 weeks:
Stones- you got the silver, prodigal son, tumbling dice, honky tonk women, love in vain, ventilator blues.
Dylan-meet me in the morning, you're a big girl now, isis
N.Young- Campaigner, for the turnstyles
Led Zeppelin-thats the way, when the levy breaks, Misty mountian stomp
EL&P-still you turn me on
Rod Stewart-Mandolin wind, Gasoline Alley
Steve winwood- can't find my way home
Heart - Crazy On You (intro + tune)
Beatles- Rocky Racoon, blackbird, revolution, here comes the sun.
The Faces - Wish it would rain, Oh La La, Ms Judy's farm.
Fleetwood Mac - never going back
Skynyrd- Tuesdays gone
Jerry Reed-Amos Moses
O brother sound track- man of constant sorrow
Laurel/hardy- trail of the lonesome pine (cover)
I like old stones (beggers banquet), greatful dead (workingman's dead), The Faces/Ron Wood (wish it would rain cover), lesser known Dylan, stones, Zepplin acoustic -open tuning (tangerine). Delta/acoustic blues (I play some slide)
I like off the wall fun songs, and even thought of doing old times radio skit, like "Ajax Liqour Store" in between sets or songs. If you don't know it...look it up.
They don't make fun innocent little songs like "spiders and Snakes" or "The Streak", or "Hot Rod Lincoln etc anymore. I think there's a market for some unserious music infused with music that grabs your heart.
I'd like to play better lead/ slide guitar. Tough when my musical neighbors are still trying to figure out the cowboy chords.
- Acoustic Guitar:
- Background Singer:
- Rhythm Guitar:
- Lead Guitar:
- Vocalist - Alto:
- Steel guitar:
Epiphone acoustic/electric 6 string
Dean acoustic/electric 12 string
Washburn electric/acoustic hollow body
Washburn Les Paul
'63 Gretch Tennessean hollowbody
CBG cigar box 4 string & 5 string Kieth Richards setup
Custom RokAxe winebox electric/acoustic 6 string
Vox Supro 6 string steel guitar
Harmonica- all keys
Mic & stand
Yamaha THR portable 10w modeling amp
Pignose Hog portable 10w amp
Behringer 15w modeling practice amp
Gorilla 50w GG25 practice amp
Vox Stomplab IIG wah/effects pedal
Chords and other crap.