Washburn D10CEB Pro acoustic /electric guitar for sale – only one owner (Noah), this guitar has been played in the Dirty Bourbon River Show since its inception, in very good condition, completely set up, great intonation, stays in tune for entire gig, no matter how hard you play it, one small split in the surface finish in the front and standard pick wear on the guard, otherwise looks very good and plays incredible – new delrin nut, string pegs & saddle – this is a pro guitar owned and maintained by a professional musician.
Listen to the albums listed in our “music” section to the right – all acoustic guitar tracking was done with this Washburn. Works great as a studio guitar or a gig guitar. Pick-up/amplification very high for an acoustic.
As a bonus, it has both a 1/4″ and XLR outputs, so you don’t have to use a DI if you’re running into a stage snake. Also has an onboard tuner & eq for lows, mids, hi’s + presence knob. And as a special bonus, I am including 10 sets of Dunlop strings, 5 sets of Martin strings, a new Martin neckstrap, a new Planet Waves black shoulder strap with locks, an used Hohner gig bag, a string winder, and a special Simpsons guitar pick featuring Auto the bus driver.
I’m asking $500 for the package, or you can make a bid on eBay. If you’re interested or have any questions hit me up at: email@example.com
We had the pleasure of having Wilmington, NC’s Onward Soldiers here in New Orleans last night with New Grass & Company at the Wolf’s Den. Today, on their way out to SXSW, they dropped by the studio and I recorded a dark, highly visual tune of Sean Thomas Gerard’s, their guit-slingin’ rhymesayer frontman. Check it out:
If you like that be sure to check them out in Baton Rouge tonight at the Red Star bar, and/or at one of their many SXSW dates.
And if ya like that, don’t you worry, we’ll be bringing them back soon enough…
This Saturday (July 10th) we ride west to Lafayette, LA for a charcoal-fingered romp’n’stomp at Artmosphere. Our third appearance, this time we will be joined by the Howdies, Lafayette’s own SwingRoots’n’Rockabilly gentlemen – whiskey orbs, fingergloves, a duck possibly. Yess indeed. And, in a couple of hours, the delivery man’ll be dropping off 200 copies of the new album “Free Love”, which we’ll be handing out for free at the show.
Check out the Howdies here. They sound damn good. ‘Nuff said.
This Tuesday night (March 23rd) Greensboro, North Carolina 6 piece folksters Holy Tent Ghost Revival will be playing at Cafe Prytania at 10pm. They sound really good – one side of their coin is very folk-rootslike – the other, very ecclectic – mixing in Trombones and Euphoniums for a big, sweet, plump ol’ sound. They’re making their way back home from SXSW, and so we figured we’d invite them out to New Orleans for a good old time.
Check them out here. They’ll be joined by a Dirty Bourbon acoustic set at 9pm, and a New Grass Country Club acoustic set closing out the night at 11pm. $5 bucks. Come get folked up. It’s the good stuff.