Did you miss The Gitty Gang Show this past Friday? No worries. We’ve got you covered. Here’s the entire video for your viewing pleasure, plus some time stamps for you to get to the most important segments in the show. Continue reading “The Gitty Gang Show #68 – Veterans Day Episode”
Learn how to play Yesterday by The Beatles on your 3-string cigar box guitar and 2-string G-Bass with the totally free tablature in this post. Continue reading “Free 2 & 3-String Tablature For Yesterday by The Beatles”
Have you seen the new Hubcap Resonator Cones from C. B. Gitty Crafter Supply? If you’re a maker or tinkerer, you’ll find these cones interesting because things like this always get you thinking – what other common items could be re-purposed and re-thought in innovative ways?
How do you learn to play Merle Haggard’s Mama Tried on a 3-string cigar box guitar and 2-string bass? With the clear, concise, and totally-free-to-download tablature in this post!
Mama Tried is a sorrowful story of the heartache a young man can cause his mother, inspired by Haggard’s own several stints in jail. In fact, it was while serving a sentence in San Quentin State Prison that Haggard saw Johnny Cash perform – an event that helped set Haggard on his way to becoming a country music pioneer and legend.
by Glenn Watt
It’s the feel of your favorite bathrobe with a hot cup of coffee steaming in your hand on a morning when you can take your time to get your day going.
It’s the feel of a cold can of your go-to beer, the pop of the top, the condensation wetting your hand before sitting down in your chair to watch your favorite team for the afternoon.
It’s your old dog, faithful and loving, sitting next to you, waiting with loyal eyes to heed your every word.
The situations are all comfortable. Simple. They feel timeless and like they are all your own. Continue reading “The Simplicity of the Cigar Box Guitar”
Have you got a tiny little workshop? Have your building projects been relegated to a closet-sized area in the home? Do you feel like you are trying to fit a massive holiday family dinner for the whole clan onto a quaint little table for two?
Follow my four tips to overcome the obstacle of space limitation and enjoy the time you have in your own little workshop.