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.
That is a hoot.
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