MRandall25 wrote:legame wrote:Depends on what kind of guitar it is, what style of music you play, and what gauge you're looking for.
i really just want to be able to bend my strings without having to re-tune every time. Not sure if that's a guitar or string problem.
It's an Ibanez RG: http://i.imgur.com/tMbu8jf.jpg
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His name is not Jack Say. His name is Jacques Ysaye. Pronounced Ee-sigh-ya.
He is 88. On Facebook, he lists his current city as Alsemberg, Belgium.
Wait there's more.
He did not name his piece Brass Bonanza.
"The original title was 'Evening Beat,' but I don't know why the editor changed it," Ysaye wrote. "My pseudonym is Jack Say and I was arranger and conductor of the recording orchestra."
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