Guitars from there also have that deep mellow tone.
Juan? Juan Valdez?
Well, maybe. But maybe it’s just those Columbian drugs that make them SOUND so fine!
I always found the Columbian ones to be a bit stringy.
Baloney!!!! Costa Rica.
Is that Jimi Valdez?
Most of my drugs come from Columbia: caffeine.
Just be careful those Ash Borer Beetles don’t eat them…
Is that Juan Tanamera?
I’m not buying the guitar biology shown here I think guitars are gourds with the fat part growing under ground and the neck sticking up. As the guitar matures, the leaves bend down and become the strings.
Better – Brazilian Rosewood. Old growth.
A pound of pinto beans for a guitar, seems like fair trade.
Actually the best are grown in The Blue Ridge Mountains
Acoustic strum boxes.
In the town of Mary Archie?
At 13,000 feet the music is mellower.
Gee, I almost would have thought, Qatar.
This crop comes with strings attached.
John Deering and John Newcombe