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#553578 - 09/08/19 01:46 AM [Best of YouTube] The Guitars of Early Blues
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#553615 - 09/08/19 04:56 AM [Best of YouTube] Re: The Guitars of Early Blues [Re: pghboemike]
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Cool introduction to the guitars of the earliest blues artists. I found the challenges with amplification and the solutions used to counter those pretty interesting.

When you look at some of these old photos you realize these guitars haven't changed too much in the past century. But one of the biggest changes is that guitars have become more affordable, which has made the hobby much more accessible than it was before.
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#554414 - 09/12/19 07:03 AM [Best of YouTube] Re: The Guitars of Early Blues [Re: pghboemike]
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Thanks for sharing this - blues has never been a genre I followed much and I found this to be very interesting and informative. I'd actually love to see a similar video made for instruments used by pre-war era jazz musicians too.
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#555862 - 09/21/19 03:24 PM [Best of YouTube] Re: The Guitars of Early Blues [Re: pghboemike]
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Blues is a genre I don't have a lot of knowledge of, so this was a pretty cool video. Thanks for sharing!
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