$100 Guitar Project [coll] – [Bridge Records]
Cousin Mary 3/8/2013 A Library, CD
In 2010, Chuck O’Meara saw a no-name electric guitar for sale for $100 online and joked that he should buy it and have his many guitar playing friends use it to record a track for an album. Then he actually did it. Each musician had one week to make their track and to pass it to the next musician. It resulted in 2 CDs (69 tracks) of incredible variety (rock, blues, experimental, noise, etc., etc.), lots of fine playing, and a ton of creativity. Many of them rose to the challenge by determining what this particular guitar had going for it; no room for equipment snobbery here. Great stuff; I did not get bored listening to all the tracks on both CDs in one sitting. RECOMMENDED!!
PGM: No “vocals” except tracks 10 and 11 of CD2. See liner notes for individual track info on recording and artist. Tracks, many of which are very short, could be played a few at a time to show contrast.
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Nick Didkovsky says
Whoops! Nick D had a little to do with this project, too!
Cousin Mary says
@Nick Didkovsky - absolutely - as I understand from the liner notes, you were in on the project from the beginning and have 6 of the tracks in the project. Tell us more!
(As you can probably tell from KFJC reviews, they are often mostly directed at other DJs for use on the air.)
Ray Kallas says
Very cool to see local stations talking about the $100 Guitar Project.
Max Level - KFJC says
Maybe I'll do a $10 guitar project.