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Old Mar 21, 2010, 6:12 PM   #1
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I have been missing lately from Steve's lately. I happened to see this challenge and thought it was timely. I have been absent mostly because I have actually been "Making Music". Not professionally, I just love playing guitar and have been devoting my extra time practicing and learning new music. I would like to offer these two archive shots of one of my guitars for the challenge.

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This first picture is my favorite of the two. I actually sold a couple of copies of this picture to some musician friends of mine.
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Old Mar 21, 2010, 6:14 PM   #2
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#2 same guitardfgs
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Really like the first one, great angle and lighting.
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Nice shots. I have a baby Taylor for traveling.
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Nice composition and lighting..especially on #1. What style do you play...i.e classical, flamenco, or like me...just strumming as an accompaniment?
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Really like the first one, great angle and lighting.

Thank you for looking Mark.
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Nice shots. I have a baby Taylor for traveling.
Taylor's are great guitars aren't they.
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Nice composition and lighting..especially on #1. What style do you play...i.e classical, flamenco, or like me...just strumming as an accompaniment?

Thank you for the compliment. I play a little of everything, folk, rock, traditional gospel music, finger style, strumming what ever it takes. I love it all.
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My wife gave m e the baby Taylor as a present. I was amazed at the full sound from such a small guitar. Below is a comparison with my Gibson.
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