For many people, songs are often inspired by the instruments that
they play. Understanding the tonal palette of each instrument will
help you discover the unwritten songs and melodies in your creative
pool. The tonal range of any instrument is much broader than most folks
realize. Once you introduce non-traditional tunings in the picture,
this range expands even further. Whether you play banjo, guitar, mandolin,
lap steel, or anything else, come discover the unexplored sonic corridors
of your instrument!
Eli Jebidiah is a multi instrumentalist who plays
acoustic and electric guitar, banjo, lap steel, dobro, and mandolin
in Poor Man's Whiskey.
Well rounded in multiple genres of music, Eli has developed a keen
sense of crafting tones in a variety of musical settings. Employing
the use of acrylic finger nails, he is fluent in finger picking and
flat picking styles. An experienced recording artist, session musician
and teacher, Eli has been fortunate to tour the world playing music
with Poor Man's Whiskey, and with his solo project, Huckle.