Acoustic Guitarists

A place for worship leaders and musicians who play the acoustic guitar. Discuss all things related to acoustic guitars here!

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Worship Forum

What Acoustic Guitar(s) do you play?

Started by Worship The Rock. Last reply by Michael Haynes Mar 9, 2020. 233 Replies


Started by David B Williams. Last reply by David Loeffler Jun 26, 2014. 24 Replies

Alternate Tunings

Started by Nick Olson. Last reply by Arthur J Baker Jun 26, 2014. 20 Replies

Capos and Trasposing.

Started by Stefanie Myr. Last reply by John Dierckx Jul 3, 2013. 35 Replies

Mic The Acoustic?

Started by Stevo. Last reply by Greg Newhouse Jan 30, 2013. 18 Replies

Does anyone else use effects on their acoustic?

Started by David MacRae. Last reply by floyd Feb 26, 2012. 26 Replies

How often do you replace your pick / plectrum?

Started by Worship The Rock. Last reply by Stevo Feb 20, 2012. 23 Replies

classical guitar sound reinforcement.

Started by Greg Newhouse. Last reply by Stevo Mar 7, 2011. 2 Replies

electro classical/nylon strung guitar

Started by Roger Appleby. Last reply by Stevo Feb 23, 2011. 7 Replies

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Comment by Bill Loyd on January 6, 2009 at 10:28pm
I am not the Worship Leader, but have led before in her absence. The first time, my knees were shaking so bad, I thought for sure the congregation would start laughing. I got through it, no one even noticed. At least no one said anything.
Comment by Scott Edens on December 14, 2008 at 8:07pm
The first time I lead worship at my new church, I broke a string after the second song. What a bummer! I changed the string in like 47 seconds flat. I ended up having to sand the bridge with extra fine paper just a tiny bit to smooth the area where the string sits. Since then all has been good.
Comment by Mike Boniface on December 14, 2008 at 7:42pm
As far as changing strings is concerned for me i always waited until i broke one before i'd change them, however after i started leading worship that was all to often so i would wind up changing just the string i broke and wound up with alot of packs of strings that were miss matched. In general strings start to lose their sound after a month os so (actually get pluged up with dirt & oil from your hands) so i change them all once they start sounding dull!
Comment by Jermaine Rodriguez on December 6, 2008 at 1:24am
Acoustic I play Taylor's 410 & 415... Love them. I will only play Taylor Guitars, I am working on purchasing the new Taylor T5 which has an electric body feel but acoustic sound. Played one 2 days ago, I loved it...

Electrics: Fender Telecaster (american made)(Guitar of Choice) Ibanez Hollow Body (second Guitar of choice, Fender Stratocaster (American made)
Comment by Jay Marlowe on December 4, 2008 at 10:09pm
Hey I'm interested who plays what? Best deal for a guitar that you have bought.
Comment by ashok peter on December 3, 2008 at 11:06am
hi this is peter from chennai, india, well im buying guitars from, can any one suggest on this plz...
Comment by Jermaine Rodriguez on November 20, 2008 at 3:43am
Hello everyone, glad to be part of this group!
Comment by Scott Edens on November 8, 2008 at 2:35am
I would always break my "G" string right at the bridge until I took some extra fine sand paper and gave the bridge a few light passes where the string sits. No more breakage now for quite some time.
Comment by Mark Buck on October 7, 2008 at 2:08pm
It has been my experience that string breakage occurs mostly from wear at the bridge or the nut. Check to see that there are no "burrs" at these points. I used to break the "G" string all the time. after checking these problem areas, I had no more problem. (Oh, and breakage DOES have something to do with your "touch."

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