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  • Brad Showalter
    Brad Showalter
    Hi, I was wandering around the net attempting to find info comparing the Martin M-36 and the Taylor 816ce or 814ce. I read on one of your posts that you play the M-36 and the 814-ce. If you would have the time I would very much appreciate a comparison,sound and structural. I am contemplating the purchase of a higher end acoustic and any and all info would be extremely helpful. Thanks you and Gos Bless PS I have read that many think Martins are hit and miss now and that Taylor is a more consistent build. Brad

    Hi, I was wandering around the net attempting to find info comparing the Martin M-36 and the Taylor 816ce or 814ce. I read on one of your posts that you play the M-36 and the 814-ce. If you would have the time I would very much appreciate a comparison,sound and structural. I am contemplating the purchase of a higher end acoustic and any and all info would be extremely helpful.
    Thanks you and Gos Bless
    PS I have read that many think Martins are hit and miss now and that Taylor is a more consistent build.
    Brad

  • Georgie (GW) Bones
    Georgie (GW) Bones
    I was here. Liked what I saw. Hung around a while, then went to breakfast. Had eggs & bacon.

    I was here. Liked what I saw. Hung around a while, then went to breakfast. Had eggs & bacon.

  • Dan Randolph
    Dan Randolph
    If your friend ever wants to part with her Grammer, please let me know. Thanks, Grammerman

    If your friend ever wants to part with her Grammer, please let me know.
    Thanks,
    Grammerman

  • Sharon Cruz
    Sharon Cruz
    Hi, Sandy. It Sharon AKD Lillygirl from AGF. I got intrigued by the fact you don't like ballpoint pens, which led me to your link and voila. Great website. Wish I could come and see some of your shows in Chicago. One day... maybe?

    Hi, Sandy. It Sharon AKD Lillygirl from AGF. I got intrigued by the fact you don't like ballpoint pens, which led me to your link and voila. Great website. Wish I could come and see some of your shows in Chicago. One day... maybe?

  • Ben Doran
    Ben Doran
    Thanks for sharing your music and laughter at the Wild Hog. Also, details, details; Carrie Elkin also mentioned Jack Hardy during her show/concert the week before-- I will try and find out more about him. Also, if there is another round of voting for the MAMAs, please keep me posted. Thanks.

    Thanks for sharing your music and laughter at the Wild Hog. Also, details, details; Carrie Elkin also mentioned Jack Hardy during her show/concert the week before-- I will try and find out more about him. Also, if there is another round of voting for the MAMAs, please keep me posted. Thanks.

  • Jeni Hankins
    Jeni Hankins
    Hey Sandy! Great comment regarding SXSW on the New York Times website today! It was nuts how they spoke about the hotel room showcase as though it was a new and brilliant idea! They need to cover Folk Alliance . . .

    Hey Sandy!
    Great comment regarding SXSW on the New York Times website today! It was nuts how they spoke about the hotel room showcase as though it was a new and brilliant idea! They need to cover Folk Alliance . . .

  • Rodney Sayles
    Rodney Sayles
    Really enjoyed and now have added you to my bookmarks page.Would enjoy seeing you live and will persue that sometime soon. Have been a fan of americana for such a long time and "John Prine and me go way back to his country western run of music. I guess I wish you all the best. Your new fan and pal on facebook

    Really enjoyed and now have added you to my bookmarks page.Would enjoy seeing you live and will persue that sometime soon. Have been a fan of americana for such a long time and "John Prine and me go way back to his country western run of music. I guess I wish you all the best. Your new fan and pal on facebook

  • jeff sulik
    jeff sulik
    long time ago, in Chicago, used to hear you play an open mike on the north side, cool little bar, i was usually the last to play. i first heard "thanksgiving eve" by you, and "Northwest Passage" and I still remember your take off of "the Dutchman": "Long ago, I used to be a real good shot, and dear lefty remembers that for me" thanks to you tube i see that you are still there in Chicago and writing jeff sulik

    long time ago, in Chicago, used to hear you play an open mike on the north side, cool little bar, i was usually the last to play. i first heard "thanksgiving eve" by you, and "Northwest Passage" and I still remember your take off of "the Dutchman": "Long ago, I used to be a real good shot, and dear lefty remembers that for me" thanks to you tube i see that you are still there in Chicago and writing
    jeff sulik

  • SpruceTop
    SpruceTop
    Hi Sandy, What a nice website! I had to check it out after reading your interesting postings over at Acoustic Guitar Forum. If I'm ever in the Chicago area, I'll be sure to catch one of your performances. All The Best! SpruceTop - Ken from Rochester, New York

    Hi Sandy,

    What a nice website! I had to check it out after reading your interesting postings over at Acoustic Guitar Forum. If I'm ever in the Chicago area, I'll be sure to catch one of your performances.

    All The Best!

    SpruceTop - Ken from Rochester, New York

  • Trace Browne
    Trace Browne
    Sandy- Thank you so much for leaving such a wonderful comment about Dione Lucas on our site, www.adgitadiaries.com. She had such a profound influence on the path of life she encouraged for me. I was such a young person and it was during the 'Woodstock Age'. Whatever natural ability that she had recognized in me-I am now so glad that I heeded her advice and went to Paris. I have always been concerned (in her memory) that her legend is not recognized enough for who she was and what she did. Thank you for sharing your memories with me. Trace.

    Sandy- Thank you so much for leaving such a wonderful comment about Dione Lucas on our site, www.adgitadiaries.com. She had such a profound influence on the path of life she encouraged for me. I was such a young person and it was during the 'Woodstock Age'. Whatever natural ability that she had recognized in me-I am now so glad that I heeded her advice and went to Paris.
    I have always been concerned (in her memory) that her legend is not recognized enough for who she was and what she did.
    Thank you for sharing your memories with me. Trace.