While clearing out the warehouse in anticipation of our new shipment, we came across some Airline 3P Limited Edition Guitars – the INDIGO ’59 Custom – that were never sold. Somehow during the transition to our new website we lost the page to this model, so here is your chance to grab one. Comes with Deluxe Hardshell case and lots of other goodies.
Last week VALCO launched their new line of TRUE-BYPASS effects pedals. VALCO is raising the bar in quality while lowering the bar on price and we are please to be offering them here at Myrareguitars.com. We’ve put together some bundled price packages that are too good to pass up. First, when you buy any THREE […]
I completely do not understand this show. Really. Sorry. But when a bunch of customers alert me to this airing, I just have to step back and say, “WTF?!” Yes, I admit, I am a fan of Heart – and have many high school memories of their songs, including their mega-hit, ‘Barracuda’. But I never expected to see the opening riff cranked out by Heart frontman Craig Bartock on an Airline ’59 Custom Town & Country guitar.
Last month I sent my good friend Vince Lee our new Airline Folkstar Resonator guitar – asked him to take it for a test drive. Here are three short videos he sent back.
What is it about the Japanese and the Ventures? I mean, I cut my teeth with the Ventures. They were the perfect band to learn guitar from. The Ventures took songs with often complex harmonic structures—like the wonderful Johnny Smith classic—and stripped them down to their basic melodies, gave them a simple rock groove, and played them clean. I had the sheet music to Smith’s song, but there was no way in you know where I was gong to play off that. But follow along with the Ventures’ single? You bet!
All music performance is a creative endeavor, whether it’s an original composition or an interpretation of someone else’s piece. Creativity is absolutely necessary to the art of making music, and without it, all we have are meaningless strands of notes trailing across a page or hanging limply in the air. Great musicians nurture creativity, and one of the best ways to do this is with consistent improvisation. How can you give life to someone else’s written music without being able to create your own? It’s possible to mimic musicality, but to own it, you’ll need to create music.
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