Guitar Messages by Tim Floto

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  1. Tim Floto (6151)
    Miscellaneous Forum · 40 Hits · 6/2/2007 11:56 AM
    Hi Charlie, Speaking of nothingness, I have been off of whole note for about a year. Just checking in and glad to see your still at it. Tim
  2. Tim Floto (6151)
    Artists Forum · 44 Hits · 1/13/2006 4:11 PM
    He's about 6'7" he used to play for Praxis. His album Robots and Monsters is out on the fringes. Somewhere between crazy and outlandish. I love it. Colma is a more sane album - not as fun. Tim
  3. Tim Floto (6151)
    Equipment Forum · 66 Hits · 9/30/2005 6:30 PM
    If you have 12's and 13's breaking that easy your either shreeding or you got a burr some where. How far from the bridge does the string break?
  4. Tim Floto (6151)
    Equipment Forum · 46 Hits · 7/15/2005 4:28 PM
    I use my computer, too. You can burn anything to cd audio if you want to play it on your cd player. Even an inexpensive mic will do pretty well. Just place it where you get retty even volume. Tim
  5. Tim Floto (6151)
    Equipment Forum · 37 Hits · 7/15/2005 4:23 PM
    I use a Seymour Duncan Woody soundhole pick up. Through my regular 30 watt Roland Amp. The acousticness of the tone comes through quite well. I have a Martin thin line 332. It's an under the bridge piezo which means you need to put two holes in ...(more)
  6. Tim Floto (6151)
    Equipment Forum · 36 Hits · 7/15/2005 4:16 PM
    Wholenote has a for salte/WTN section in FretBuzz you can list it there.
  7. Tim Floto (6151)
    Equipment Forum · 41 Hits · 6/21/2005 1:58 PM
    five in my pocket. plus tuner in glove box and desk at work and two at home. dslides in glove box, work desk and at home. You never know....
  8. Tim Floto (6151)
    Equipment Forum · 44 Hits · 6/21/2005 1:48 PM
    Simplicity is beauty.
  9. Tim Floto (6151)
    Equipment Forum · 55 Hits · 6/21/2005 1:47 PM
    But the parker overall feels soo good. nothing like it!
  10. Tim Floto (6151)
    Equipment Forum · 47 Hits · 5/17/2005 2:35 PM
    Mic it!
  11. Tim Floto (6151)
    Equipment Forum · 48 Hits · 5/17/2005 2:29 PM
    You can order a strat from the custom shop with set neck and any paint job you want etc...
  12. Tim Floto (6151)
    Equipment Forum · 53 Hits · 5/17/2005 2:17 PM
    I own a Seymour Duncan Woody. I also have a martin piezo under saddle pickup in another acoustic. The Woddy definitely pickups up the sound of the acoustic better. It's easy to take on and off. It can get in the way of the picking hand so I have...(more)
  13. Tim Floto (6151)
    Equipment Forum · 42 Hits · 4/14/2005 9:06 PM
    I use both the big triangles and more ordinary picks 70 to 90 guage. My favorite was a Fender Delrin .88mm that they quit making - but I about like a 100 of them before that. I'm down to les than half of that.
  14. Tim Floto (6151)
    Equipment Forum · 51 Hits · 3/29/2005 4:07 PM
    I played strat for a long time. I switched to a tele three years ago. The whammy bar was useless for my playing. My tele and strat have the identical neck so there waas no difference playing them the strat had tex-mex pickups which gives it a b...(more)
  15. Tim Floto (6151)
    Theory Forum · 313 Hits · 3/29/2005 3:45 PM
    Minor keys are sad, emotional, heavy as in blues. Major keys can be happy.
  16. Tim Floto (6151)
    Miscellaneous Forum · 51 Hits · 3/18/2005 12:30 PM
    Good point. Older yes. Wiser???
  17. Tim Floto (6151)
    WholeNote Forum · 49 Hits · 3/17/2005 8:33 PM
    the people here
  18. Tim Floto (6151)
    Miscellaneous Forum · 81 Hits · 3/17/2005 8:32 PM
    I've been stuck with two that I always play when I pick up a guitar: Malaguena and Gershwin's Summertime. Why I do not know...
  19. Tim Floto (6151)
    Miscellaneous Forum · 50 Hits · 3/17/2005 8:26 PM
    I may be the only person that was unimpressed. I read it a couple of years ago. Now here's a book that impressed me: The Advancing Guitarist by Mick Goodrich
  20. Tim Floto (6151)
    Miscellaneous Forum · 61 Hits · 3/17/2005 8:18 PM
    I used to smoke. Maybe I thought it made me better at the time. In reality, I was only fooling myself. I quit because it's a waste of time, brain cells and money.