The Dan Armstrong (London) refinish continues, but stripping away the years reveals a couple of worrying littles.
I've decided to revive my Dan Armstrong (London) guitar. But as I strip away the years of detritus, I’m suddenly puzzled. When was it really made?
Yup. I'm gigging again with Caedmon. Scottish Storytelling Centre, Edinburgh, Scotland. 7-8 May 2010
In an effort to remember what I'm supposed to be playing for Caedmon's Return, I've taken to arranging and recording demos in my own studio. And here's 'Old Enough to Know Better'.
Any attempt to access my Macbook Pro on a network resulted in the message 'connection failed'. But the Geniuses at the Trafford Centre Apple Store finally fixed it with the tick of single checkbox.
Learning to drum is teaching me the importance of both left hand and right hand in playing musical instruments. And maybe it can change your personality too.
From Caedmon songs to Twitter via pedal boards and guitar pickups, a general review and update.
The knee saga continues. It would appear that I have Arthritis, but with careful management and exercise I can live a rich and fulfilling life. Just stay away from the wobble board.
There are usually two reasons for building a 'project guitar'. One is that you've never had quite the guitar you wanted, and yet you know exactly what it is you want, and the second is budget.
Yes, it's beginning to dawn on me that the view from over here in the oldies corner seems to reach a lot further. I can see things now I never saw before. Now, where did I put my specs...