There’s More Than One G Chord? • Acoustic Tuesday 068

Welcome to this week’s episode of Acoustic Tuesday where I share my guitar geek list of gear, artists, and resources to keep you inspired to live your absolute BEST acoustic life!

As always, you can catch the show at 10am every Tuesday.

Featured in This Episode…

What G Chord Is Correct?

Ever see someone play a chord you thought you knew, but you notice their fingering looks different or it’s a completely new shape you’re not familiar with? That’s because there are multiple ways of playing the same chord. And not only that…some ways of playing a chord are actually better depending on what style or sound you are going for. Watch this video on three ways to play the G Chord and why you might do so.

See these Playing Tips

What’s On the Turntable This Week?

This week’s featured acoustic artist is Cahalen Morrison & Eli West who come recommended to us by Acoustic Tuesday listener Zorn J. from El Paso TX. Zorn says, “The playing, the harmonizing, the unique vocals of Cahalen…I’m not eloquent enough to do these guys justice. These are the gentlemen that opened up the vast world of this genre & roots music.”

See this Acoustic Artist Review

LR Baggs Align Series Pedals Review

LR Baggs sent us the full meal deal set of pedal boards to review and I’m so glad they did! We have the Session, Equalizer, Reverb and Active DI. In this segment I show you each of these up close, and go into detail on what I think about them. Each of these pedals individually is extremely useful. BUT I think when you actually chain them together as a series that’s when their full potential is realized.

See this Product Review

Preston Thompson Newsletter

I found a great way for all of you acoustic guitar geeks to stay in the loop with one of the leading acoustic guitar makers in the United States. Clearly you know by now I love Thompson Guitars. I love this newsletter too, you should sign up for it.

Check Out This Guitar Geek Newsletter

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