"The day when you pick up a guitar there's nothing coming through whatsoever. There's no new pieces or new ideas. And that's the sort of gift any creative person has. There's always that point when it might happen to you, when you're too old to pick the guitar up. And we're just trying to keep that day far, far away, and out of sight. " - Jimmy Page
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Hey bud, I'm a luthier from Sherbrooke, Quebec. I wanted to see if my fellow followers of your blog (and of course, you) would like me to sent you some tips on basic repairs that'll save a lot of people a lot of money (things like intonation set up, trem stuff, maybe some heavier jobs like fret polishing). I could submit them to you if you choose to do the weekly guitar tips. Let me know! Rob Rambo

Yeah! That’d be amazingly great because heaven knows we could all use those. Let me tell you, when I first got my Les Paul I didn’t know how the Floyd Rose bridge worked so I actually took it into the shop and cost me like $5 to get a string fixed when I could’ve done it at home for free, so yeah, I think we can all agree that, that would be the greatest thing if you sent in tips :D Just wanna say thanks in advanced:)

I’m thinking about adding a new feature to the blog (it’s 1:22 AM rn as I’m typing, and I’m not functioning properly I don’t think, but I had this idea) but I’m thinking, weekly guitar tips, and you guys can submit those too, because there are so many of us we can help each other out, and bring about even more problems idk. I’ll start today (later because it’s Monday 1 AM)

Hi! I have a bit of an odd guitar problem. My short story, GUITAR GIRL, is a finalist in a contest. Voting only takes a few seconds, and its a story full of love of the guitar. If you have time and want to check the link on my tumblr, I'd really appreciate the votes!

alrighty, from what I understand voting ends Sunday? So if you guys wanna show some love, vote for greenfieldsnews’ short story :D