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Thread: Backup rhythm using a hollow body electric.

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    Registered User Malcolm's Avatar
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    Backup rhythm using a hollow body electric.

    I want -- has nothing to do with need, an electric hollow body guitar.

    Now my question; I play backup rhythm in a country western band and do this with an acoustic/electric guitar. Most backup is done with the acoustic/electric in my neck of the woods, however, I think the hollow body will fit in, comments please.....
    Last edited by Malcolm; 11-02-2004 at 04:51 PM.

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    Latin Wedding Band Los Boleros's Avatar
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    I would like to answer this in compliance with the Foum rules so it may sound funny. Are you thinking of an F-hole style (arch top) guitar? I tend to like arch top guitars more for Modes and Scales . They also sound nice on bright Scat Rhythms. For a full body Rhythm sound of Major, minor and diminished chords, I would prefer the sound of a flat-top acoustic. He he he.
    Last edited by Los Boleros; 11-03-2004 at 12:08 AM.
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