Come With Me



A new original composition, words and music by Rene A.
We need as much love, and hope, and peace in our troubled world today!!!!!
Hope you like this song!
Rene

https://youtu.be/rx9fVftUBEw
 

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Hi Richard, Thanks for

Hi Richard,
Thanks for upgrading my music room into a music store.
I have not owned a guitarron, but I would probably buy one, myself.
Capo'ing down from the written chords in books, are very good idea, and I will keep them in mind.
For my purpose, I tried this lower tuning on my Taylor BTO GO, and I love the sound, so I will keep it at this lower tuning, and use this guitar for any song that I might need the assistance.
Always a pleasure conversing with you Richard!!!
Respectfully,
Rene

Taylor made solution

I have never played a Taylor guitar. Maybe one day I will own one, along with a deep, woody guitarrón! 

Richard Schletty | Schletty Design and Music | www.schletty.com

The importance of family

A very fine song, René. Your guitar and voice are resonant, as usual. The merits of family-building must be sung throughout the world, especially in the wake of forces that endeavor to destroy family life.

One question: How do you decide which guitar to use at any given moment? :-)

Richard Schletty | Schletty Design and Music | www.schletty.com

Hi Richard, Thanks so much

Hi Richard,
Thanks so much for your great comment!
Family, especially during this time of Easter, is a time to treasure.  Thanks for pointing that family-building is of utmost importance in this troubled world today, most specially.
And by the way, my Taylor is my designated guitar for music that is a bove my vocal reach, as I tuned it down to D, instead of E - D,G,C,F,A,D.
I just exposed one of my secrets, hahahaha!
Thanks Richard, as always, it is a pleasure to hear from you!
Respectfully,
Rene

Drop DGCFAD tuning!

DGCFAD tuning: I tried that a few years ago with my 12-string. Baritones need relief from those high-flying tenors!

The nice thing about most guitar editions of hymnals sold by liturgical publishers is that they have alternate capo chords in parentheses above the original chords. I sometimes capo down a half step or three from those alternate chords, effectively transposing the song. Not something you can do with a keyboardist who is unable to to transpose on the fly. But works great when I am doing solo songleading or providing music for meditation at a faith formation service or a pro-life prayer vigil.

So it looks like you are a music shop owner. Do you ever get a guitarrón in for sale? I use a virtual guitarrón instrument in many of my salmos – sold by Bolder Sounds.

Richard Schletty | Schletty Design and Music | www.schletty.com

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