Shane Speal is back with another lesson on how to play your Cigar Box Guitar with a slide.
Shane Speal dives into some of the history of Cigar Box Guitars and explores the term “Guitarcheology”
This past weekend, Samantha Fish took the stage at the 3rd annual New Orleans Cigar Box Guitar Festival.
Among the many great acts to play over the weekend, Samantha was one of the biggest name in attendance. She even waived her normal fee for playing AND made sure her band was paid.
She’s a great musician with a great heart. Check out this clip from the recent live broadcast that Cigar Box Nation posted to their Facebook page.
Need some tips and tricks on how to use a slide with your next Cigar Box Guitar? Check out this video from Shane Speal explaining how he uses the partial slides with his guitars and shares some tips for getting the most out of them!
Shane Speal brings you an excellent tutorial on playing Muddy Waters’ “I Can’t Be Satisfied” for 3-String Open GDG slide Cigar Box Guitar!
While not actually a Christmas song, this classic can be heard quite often around this time of year. Here we offer you two versions of the song, one for One-String Diatonic Canjos and another for 3-String Open GDG Cigar Box Guitars.
Shane Speal is at it again, bringing another excellent how-to video showing you how to play Honky Tonk Woman by The Rolling Stones on your 3-string Open G Slide Cigar Box Guitar.
Glenn Watt shows you the trade secret of making a slide for your Cigar Box Guitar out an ordinary piece of copper piping.
Back in the early days of Cigar Box Nation TV, Ben and Glenn went in depth on how to use capacitors to improve the tone and reduce feedback when it comes to Piezoelectric pickups in Cigar Box Guitars.
Check out the video below and leave a comment on what you would like to see us cover in future videos!
Shane has been sharing some fantastic how-to play videos on his YouTube channel and in this video he is going to show you how he plays Albert King’s Born Under a Bad Sign on his Open G – GDG Slide Cigar Box Guitar!