Re: Bill Monroe's Kentucky Mandolin Live
You can get a really good descending Gm lick in there, starting with the pinky up on the 7th fret on the 1st string all the way down finishing on that open G. It's a great tune. Lots of room for syncopation and improv.
He also seems to reach over to hit a harmonic on the 'G' in that video, in the last break. Right after a fairly extended run down and back up the scale again. Interesting.
Gibson F5 'Harvey' Fern
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