I’ll be playing in Santa Cruz, San Francisco, and San Luis Obispo—with the inimitable @JonahSmith. Drop by. Say hello! Details here: http://stringjuggler.tumblr.com/Tour_Dates
Thanks for writing, Marc. Nope—no opus. Just the final product. I hope you’ll enjoy!
Hi, Masa! Thanks for writing.
Here is the gear I use most frequently nowadays:
• 1964 Gibson ES-335 w/ D’Addario Chromes (.011-.050)
• 1979 Gibson ES-335 w/ D’Addario Chromes (.012-.052)
• 1961 Fender Deluxe amp
• 1962 Fender Princeton amp
• I’ve played some Telecasters in the past, but these days I don’t own one.
• I use a variety of picks, but any celluloid ‘Heavy’ or ‘Extra-Heavy’ will do. More and more, I’m just using my bare fingers anyway.
• I rarely use effects pedals, but I like JAM pedals a lot.
• 2005 Martin OM-18V w/ Martin SP 80/20 Bronze (.0125-.055)
I hope this is helpful.
I’d *love* to play in Japan. I played there many times with Norah. My last visit was in 2008, playing with Lisa Loeb. If you can help me put a tour together, I’d love to come over.
Thanks again for writing, Masa.
Anyone else going to see Buddy Miller & Jim Lauderdale at the Troubadour tomorrow night? I wouldn’t miss it for anything!
Simple recipe for a bikini body. Word.
I’m feeling like Duke Ellington this morning—you know, waking up and writing a tune from scratch for today’s recording session. I haven’t even had my first cup of coffee yet—tho’ that’s the next order of business. The tune is a sultry instrumental ballad, with the working title “Copenhagen.”
I’ll be at Fairfax Recordings today and tomorrow with organist Larry Goldings and drummer Matt Chamberlain. Kevin Augunas will be making everything sound as juicy as possible. I’m just gonna play as good as I can.
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Take your pick and make yourself happy. Why postpone joy?