No-brainer. You pick the instrument with the sound you like the most.
How does this affect my guitar and how many strings?
It’s a very small change in the fundamental frequency of the instrument.
Can I give you a hint for getting a really nice sound from a guitar?
I don’t know that you can. I can give you a real guess. I’m not a great player so I can’t judge. But from a general rule of thumb, a bass player, or guitar player, or drummer should start with the lowest note of their instrument. You can play higher if you want — but at the cost of more control, and a lower tone. If you want a smooth, warm sound, and get an enjoyable sound, you shouldn’t try to play your guitar to it’s lowest note.
The most popular story about a man named John has a happy ending: John was given access to the forbidden knowledge of the ancient Egyptians, and was able to bring his wife, Sarah, into Egypt. But not only does John never return to his family, but at first he feels like he is the only true Egyptian, despite how many he has killed. Only when his friend John has to travel through Egypt and find him does John truly get released from his imprisonment in Egypt and he finally meets the beautiful goddess Isis and the brother he was missing for so long. Together, they start an adventure that will lead them all forward. Written by John Sacksteder
The latest batch of U.S. State Department emails released on Tuesday, May 22, shows how Hillary Clinton sought confidential diplomatic advice from Hillary’s former campaign manager, John Podesta, on the 2012 attack on the American diplomatic mission in Benghazi, Libya. The emails were part of a large batch of Clinton’s public records released in a court case related to her private email server, which the State Department is being sued over.
The email chain was released as part of the Freedom of Information Act lawsuit brought by Judicial Watch, a conservative watchdog group. The group requested the emails. Some messages were deemed personal. The majority were classified.
Here are a few excerpts of the exchanges:
Podesta to Clinton in May 2013
Podesta is a longtime Clinton confidante who served as her campaign manager and chief of staff during her 2016 run for president.
Podesta: “If the video is a ‘sell,’ it will be a ‘push