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Lucky
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  • Walled Lake, MI
  • United States
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Lucky replied to Ted Crocker's discussion Chickenbone John/Trouble in Mind in the group CBG Playing for Dummies
"John, Excellent work. If I could ask a favor? Spend a little more time on the fingered chords and especially that turnaround, I've been trying to work that out for a year! Really."
Jun 29, 2011
Randy S. Bretz commented on Lucky's photo
Mar 28, 2011
JoJo commented on Lucky's photo
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Number 12: Old Lowe Reso

"Looks real good!  Excellent!"
Mar 28, 2011
Lucky replied to Ted Crocker's discussion LJ's CBG Playing Lessons for Dummies
"LJ, thanks again for the lessons. I would appreciate one on the right hand techniques you are using... as well as the muting that you do. I am such a dummy I have trouble duplicating the rhythms you achieve. Thanks"
Oct 21, 2010
Mark Lillo commented on Lucky's photo
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Number 12: Old Lowe Reso

"Nice job man, love the fretboard."
Sep 30, 2010
Ted Crocker commented on Lucky's photo
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Number 12: Old Lowe Reso

"Nice detail work Lucky! have a vid? Add pics to the Lowezo thread: http://www.handmademusicclubhouse.com/forum/topics/show-us-your-lowezo"
Sep 30, 2010
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Number 12: Old Lowe Reso

"looking quite good..!"
Sep 30, 2010
Lucky posted photos
Sep 27, 2010
Lucky commented on Ted Crocker's group CBG Playing for Dummies
"Nice work Ted, like the wrap around bridge. You always do something creative..."
Sep 20, 2010
Jim Mitchell left a comment for Lucky
"hey there thank you for your comments on my builds the blues traveler is 25" scale... I made it out of an old suitcase. There is an actual spun cone so it has that sound. Thanks again - Jim"
Feb 21, 2010
Lucky commented on Jim Mitchell's photo
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"Very, Very nice... reminds me of something JuJu would do."
Feb 20, 2010
Lucky commented on Jim Mitchell's photo
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The Blues Traveler

"What scale are you using on that? It sure is a sweet looking box!"
Feb 20, 2010
Ted Crocker commented on Lucky's video
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ResoSound1

"Sounds great lucky!"
Feb 5, 2010
Lucky posted a video
Feb 5, 2010
Tony Lazarski (www.sixseis.com) commented on Lucky's photo
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"Great!!"
Feb 4, 2010
Lucky commented on Lucky's photo
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Dulci Head

"I noticed a lot of people were using them as a bridge, I had the stock and needed something higher than my frets ... necessity I guess was the mother."
Feb 1, 2010

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Welcome to the Clubhouse! How did you hear about us?
Through a good friend
What instruments are you building or playing?
Building Cigar Box Guitars and Dulcimers, trying to learn to play either one or both...

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At 2:00am on April 25, 2010, Richard Stark said…
Im very impressed with Your headstocks, You do some intricate work, Very inspiring.
At 10:03pm on February 21, 2010, Jim Mitchell said…
hey there thank you for your comments on my builds the blues traveler is 25" scale... I made it out of an old suitcase. There is an actual spun cone so it has that sound. Thanks again - Jim
At 10:58am on February 6, 2010, Lucky said…
Yep, she's mine. found her in Buffalo gap , South Dakota (on the internet) worked on her for 2 years to get her back on the road.

http://web.mac.com/ruthnewman/FredsGarage/Site/Welcome.html
At 11:24pm on January 1, 2010, Diane in Chicago said…
I forgot about this: mountaindulcimer.ning.com It is mostly lap dulcimer, but the same concept applies. Especially look for videos by member Guy - he's a real artist on a dulcimer! They are so far beyond what I can play, but I've watched them lots and will watch them more and someday I'll give his tunes a whirl. They are very nice folks!
At 12:42pm on January 1, 2010, Keni Lee Burgess said…
Best of Health and Wealth in 2010. Enjoy.
At 9:00am on December 31, 2009, Diane in Chicago said…
Some folks build dulcimers with two melody strings for a bit of extra volume. And is, obviously, has a four string head. I think Bone builds all his that way. And Old Lowe, too. I play melody over all three strings, so if I am pairing, I'll pair them all!
At 9:02pm on December 30, 2009, Diane in Chicago said…
Well, Hi, Lucky! Are you enjoying playing your new dulcimer?
At 8:44pm on December 30, 2009, JoJo said…
Welcome Lucky!
 
 
 

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