So you love old-time music but you’re not quite ready for tear it up, bust down tempo? Have we got the thing for you! Announcing the inaugural OFC Monthly Old-Time Music Slow Jam. Learn new tunes! Make new friends! Perfect your hot licks! Bring your fiddle, banjo, mandolin, guitar or whatever to the Ottawa Folklore Centre on Friday, May 3rd from 7-9 pm. OFC banjo teacher Paul Hornbeck will lead the group in an evening of old-time favorites, played at a moderate pace.
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Beginner Guitar for Adults with Kurt Walther. In Guitar for beginners part 1, Kurt offers a relaxed experience for adults who have always wanted to learn how to play the guitar. Kurt will cover the basics of chording techniques, scales, strumming patterns with songs chosen by the class. No musical experience necessary. Wed 7:00-8:00 pm, Apr 24-Jun 12, 8 weeks, $136 Members ($156 non Members)
The arch nemesis to all electric guitar players is unwanted feedback. You could go so far as saying it’s like kryptonite. In response, Eastman created the T386 Thinline Electric Guitar. It features a stunning cherry red finish, two Kent Armstrong humbucking pickups and it’s secret weapon: feedback resisting laminate maple top, back & sides.
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This Friday, December 21st, we’re open open late and we’re putting a ton of instruments on sale from 9pm until midnight (after that everything goes back to regular price). No taxes on: – Larrivee Guitars – Deering Goodtime Banjos – Richmond Electric Guitars – Ukuleles – All Instrument Packs – Kids Guitars – Hand drums [...]
The moment the Washburn Vintage Parlour acoustic guitar graced its presence in the store, we knew it was trouble. Don’t let its aged finish fool you though, it’s brand new. We knew that this guitar had class when we spotted all that fancy purfling & inlay up the neck. It’s no mystery – this is one sweet dame… er… guitar.
This is an instrument waiting for a journey. It’s yearning to begin its new life with someone who marches to their own beat. It’s frets and strings are waiting with anticipation to form its very first chord. Its mahogany neck ready to provide strong support to unsure fingers, fumbling ever-so-hopefully toward the eventual, no make that, inevitable moment when that G major chord comes singing out, loud and clear. As your playing grows more steady and confident, so will this guitar. Even if the player goes on to bigger and better things, the Walden P5 will be there every step of the way. It’s purpose might shift from main guitar to practice guitar to travel guitar, but it will always remain your first guitar.