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Making Poor Man S Guitars


Author : Shane Speal
language : en
Publisher:
Release Date : 2018-10-09

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This book presents the authentic stories of American DIY music with step-by-step projects, photo studies of antique instruments, interviews with music legends, and historical accounts. Shane Speal, the "King of the Cigar Box Guitar," shows how anyone can build amazing musical instruments from found items.

Banjo For Dummies


Author : Bill Evans
language : en
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Release Date : 2011-05-23

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Handmade Music Factory


Author : Mike Orr
language : en
Publisher: Fox Chapel Publishing Company Incorporated
Release Date : 2011

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Learn how to make eight of the most unique and imaginative instruments found anywhere - from a one-string guitar made from a soup can, to a hubcap banjo. Author Mike Orr takes you inside the growing trend of handmade music and shows you how with a little creativity and some salvaged parts, you can create your own arsenal of instruments that look good, sound great, and deliver some foot stompin' fun!

Fiddle Fever


Author : Sharon Arms Doucet
language : en
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Release Date : 2007-02-19

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Although it is 1914 and the world is changing all around him, Felix LeBlanc feels trapped on his Louisiana farmhouse, where nothing ever happens. When he hears his uncle, ’Nonc Adolphe, play the fiddle for the first time, he knows there’s music in his blood, and he’s determined to be a musician, too. However, he’s too poor to buy his own fiddle, and to make matters worse, Maman has forbidden him to even touch one, fearing that he’ll choose the wayward life of a fiddler. And so Felix begins to build his own fiddle out of a crude cigar box and a piece of cypress wood, keeping it a secret from his family and even his best friend, Chance. It is a solitary journey that will require all of his ingenuity—and place at risk the relationships that are dearest to him. Set against the colorful backdrop of the Cajun bayous, Fiddle Fever relays an important message about the universal need for self-expression and the compromises we must all make in our search for individuality. Glossary of French terms.

Build Your Own Cbg


Author : Eric Kasten
language : en
Publisher: CreateSpace
Release Date : 2015-02-12

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Do you love playing an interesting and great sounding guitar? Or, do you have the bug to build something unique? Using over 200 color photos, this book walks you through two cigar box guitar builds. All the required tools are listed and the parts are described in detail. The electric cigar box guitar build is provided with in depth detail and all steps are explained in simple terms. There are plenty of photos to show you what is being done. The second guitar built is an acoustic cigar box guitar. This build refers duplicate steps back to the electric and focuses on the differences in the build. You will learn how to make fretboards, how to wire the jack, volume and pickup, how to make a solid guitar and how to string the guitar. There are three appendixes that expand on certain build features as well and there is space allocated for your own notes and drawings. All in all, this book contains everything you will need to build the cigar box guitar of your dreams.

Cigar Box Guitars


Author : David Sutton
language : en
Publisher: Fox Chapel Publishing Company Incorporated
Release Date : 2012

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Cigar box guitars have never been more popular and now crafters can learn to make their own. All they need to do is follow the author's step-by-step instructions for making three different styles of guitar. They're fun (some would say addictive) to build and even more fun to play.

String Bands In The North Carolina Piedmont


Author : Bob Carlin
language : en
Publisher: McFarland
Release Date : 2014-12-24

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String band music is most commonly associated with the mountains of North Carolina and other rural areas of the Blue Ridge and Appalachian mountains, but it was just as abundant in Piedmont region of North Carolina, albeit with different influences and stylistic conventions. This work focuses exclusively on the history and culture of the area, the music’s development and the changes within traditional communities of the Piedmont. It begins with a discussion of the settlement of the Piedmont in the mid–1700s and early references to secular folk music, including the attitudes the various ethnic and religious groups had on music and dance, the introduction of the fiddle and the banjo, and outside influences such as minstrel shows, Hawaiian music and classical banjo. It then goes on to cover African-Americans and string band music; the societal functions of square dances held at private homes and community centers; the ways in which musicians learned to play the music and bought their instruments; fiddler’s conventions and their history as community fundraisers; the recording industry and Piedmont musicians who cut recordings, including Ernest Thompson and the North Carolina Cooper Boys; Bascom Lamar Lunsford and the Carolina Folk Festival; the influence of live radio stations, including WPTF in Raleigh, WGWR in Asheboro, WSJS in Winston-Salem, WBIG in Greensboro and WBT in Charlotte; the first generation of locally-bred country entertainers, including Charlie Monroe’s Kentucky Partners, Gurney Thomas and Glenn Thompson; and bluegrass and musical change following World War II.