Tags : | Blues | 3.08 MB | Reaper

Description : Just some fun instrumental sliding in open G, GDG, on The Lone Rider fretless 3 string guitar. Rythym played using a ceramic slide by Evolution stoneware, lead using a Mojoboneworks bone/wood slide, both handcrafted as well as the guitar. Been a while, good to be back B-)

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  1. Yahwelle
    Yahwelle on Thu 1st Feb 2024 - 2 weeks ago

    Tres belle piste de blues, il ne lui manque des paroles.

    Very nice blues track, it just needs some lyrics.

  2. T576
    T576 on Sat 13th May 2023 - 9 months ago

    Nice blues sound. Guitars sound as good as any Gibson I've heard. I can hear the Black Sabath influence. Nice AX playing. PEACE. T576 OUT.

  3. elijahbcrouch
    elijahbcrouch on Tue 8th Oct 2019 - 4 years ago

    nice blues!

  4. ClickbaitCabaret
    ClickbaitCabaret on Mon 9th Sep 2019 - 4 years ago

    Sounds like one hell of a Friday night.

  5. Danke
    Danke on Mon 9th Sep 2019 - 4 years ago

    Burt bud!

    This IS my direction...:-) what a fantastic, psychedelic sound with huge rhythm guitars...the whole track is sharp as knife...kinda Tarantino feeling maybe for me but 99%s opinion doesn't care...:-)

    thanx for the upload, fav, dl with my handshake, Danke

    Reply by Burtsbluesboxes

    Hey Danke, I know you're a bluesman B-) I may revisit your Dirty roads loops for something new on homemade guitars. These internet trolls don't bother me, occasionally they wander out from under their bridge in boredom to harass the rest of us having fun. Just finished "The Angel" a 27 inch scale (not sure the metric conversion) white coffin electric guitar, the mate to my black coffin guitar, working on something for halloween with both, each containing my own handwound pickups. I could see the Tarantino feeling, maybe this will end up in one of his movies then I'll be rich and famous and can build and play guitars instead of work! LOL! :)

  6. joecramer
    joecramer on Sat 7th Sep 2019 - 4 years ago

    Hey Burt, i'm really happy to see you here again!
    What a great coincidence.
    I'm back on loopermann and then I find a new song from you here. And then I read that you have internet access at home again and also thinking about making music together .... If that's not great, what else should it be?
    I am happy to be available for a renewed cooperation.

    stay tuned

    PS: the track sounds great and you played it very well with a lot of feeling. I really enjoyed the listen.

    Reply by Burtsbluesboxes

    JOE!! It really all started here for me, I was away for a time but did check in, nightmare using mobile internet! How you doing? If you see my stuff on FB you know I'm doing well, kind of have become a rockstar in the homemade instrument community. Funny I was thinking about our collabs this morning talking with a local musician that does Graveyard blues, and Once was exactly the song! I'm in the middle of wiring up a coffin guitar with 2 more halloween type ones coming next. Definitely need to work together on some new material. One is getting a bass guitar string with 3 regular guitar strings, should be very interesting. We need something in time for the annual Halloween thread, scary enough to make up for my absence last year. I have a Luthier show the first week of October, 1 of 2 builders, very exciting. Sold guitars at the first CBG festival in this area, kicked ass and had an absolute great time. I'll message you later see if we can't get something started. These people have ruined me, I only use handmade guitar accesories now!! Preinstalled mojo ;) So happy to hear from you Joe! I'll be in touch.

  7. DanGoldstein
    DanGoldstein on Mon 26th Aug 2019 - 4 years ago

    Hey Burt. It was great discovering your track tonight. Sounds amazing. It's fantastic (and inspirational) to see you totally in the zone with your homemade instruments - and now posting with them! Look forward to more. Dan

    Reply by Burtsbluesboxes

    Hey Dan! These people have ruined me!! I don't touch my production guitars anymore, except my bass, and fell in love with the hand crafted guitar slides and picks, the production ones lack mojo. Had a blast vending at Maine's first cigar box guitar festival, did very well and met some great people. You guys in Pennsylvania just had one this weekend, and made the Guiness book of world records for most people playing cbgs at once, Bad to the Bone. Homemade instruments have become a big thing lately. I finally made that gourdtar and two gourd amps (one sold), I remember the painting you had a few years ago of a gourd dulcimer. Finally got home internet again so I can participate here once more. Inspirational is very good :D Maybe we'll have to work together again. This guitar was one of the first made, still my fav after a few years. Oh yes, there'll be more, just deciding what to upload next, while I play around and record more. I need to get back into this digital production stuff, been away from it for quite a while. Good to see you Dan!

  8. Bilbozo
    Bilbozo on Fri 23rd Aug 2019 - 4 years ago

    Dirty fifth chords, sounds gritty and mean. I love the feel of this and interesting gear. Blues till you are blue in face.... this rocks.

    Reply by Burtsbluesboxes

    I'm hooked on these homemade guitars and accessories! Monday I should be getting an order of hand carved picks made from bone, buffalo horn, and various wood burls. Typically they're tuned in fifths making them very simple instruments to play. Cigar box and other homemade guitars are the granddaddys of the blues, check out the history on 3 string guitar dot com, Red dog Guitars. Loads of information. Theyre typically made from found or scavenged items, poor mans guitar. Blues 'til your blue as a smurf! I'll record one on my cigar box amp next. Thanks Bilbozo

  9. neuromancer56
    neuromancer56 on Thu 22nd Aug 2019 - 4 years ago

    Love me some blues. Would love to hear this with some vocals, harmonica or both.

    Reply by Burtsbluesboxes

    Trust me, you don't want me to sing LOL! I've been checking the acapellas to see if I could work with anything like I used to here. Seems singers are hard to come by. Harmonica would be great!! Check out Juzzie Smith on you tube, one man band. Amazing blues, harmonica player.

  10. Orlando51
    Orlando51 on Wed 21st Aug 2019 - 4 years ago

    What a pleasure to hear something like that after a long time Burt ! Pure enjoyment to be stunned by that organic raw feel that you provide ! So good you're back...Faved and downloaded !!


    Reply by Burtsbluesboxes

    Didn't reconize me at first huh? LOL! Been a while and quite a trip! That's one thing I love about the homemade instrument movement, the raw imperfect nature of it all. It's ok not to be all polished and studio perfect, it's about music,art and expression. I hardly touch my production guitars anymore, even production picks and slides feel dirty to me, in favor of handmade items. Seems to have mojo preinstalled ;) I played a tune on my cigar box amp as a demo people seemed to love on fb, I'll rip the audio from the webcam video to upload here. Very happy to be able to interact here again and see my old friends still around doing their thing. I'll be needing some fresh tunes to listen to at work too. Good to see you and thank you Leon :D

  11. crucethus
    crucethus on Wed 21st Aug 2019 - 4 years ago

    Welcome back. Some gritty nasty-sounding blues which is perfect in the mid-august heat. Feel like I need to find a swamp or something ehh, glad to see yer back, glad to hear your homemade instruments.

    Reply by Burtsbluesboxes

    Crafter of fine instruments is a stretch hahaha but I do love the raw, gritty nature of them. Even starting to wind my own magnetic pick ups. Careful of them leeches and alligators, do you hear banjos? Paddle faster!!!! It has been hot lately, seeing what's to come I can't complain. Thrilled to be back and checking out all the great homegrown music here again. Thanks Steve, great to see you guys all again. Try this site on your phone, you think halloween is scary!!

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