Interview with Tim Kill Custom by Matthew Nigro TWIE | The Weissenborn Information Exchange Aloha Tim! Thanks for talking with us, I really appreciate it, and I am happy to finish up right where Aron Radford left off. I know he was planning an interview with you so this is long overdue. First off,
A rough guide to making your playing, writing and recording on a Weissenborn sound better. By Aron Radford Advice and beginners tips from yours truly (Aron Radford @ www.aronradford.com) about playing, songwriting and recording on a Weissenborn. I’m no teacher and I’ve never studied music in any way (including lessons) and I’m not saying this is the
Koa is arguably most spectacular hardwood in the world! there is no other wood possessing the level of chatoyancy as koa wood does. Chatoyant means “varying in colour when seen in different lights or from different angles”. The main problem with koa in today’s world and market place is that it only grows on one set of islands in the world, Hawaii!, and then only well on one
Do you know the differences between a style 1 and a style 3? or a style 2 from a style 4? It can be confusing to a Weissenborn newbie. So let us briefly explain in lay mans terms the differences between these “styles” of Weissenborns Just so we are clear this isn’t a definitive description or
So lets start this article off by saying “there are no Weissenborn specific pickups on the market right now”, they are all designed for conventional six string acoustic guitars. This is never more evident than when you notice the spacing of the magnetic poles on some pickups which are spaced for narrower six string instruments
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