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    Re: Me and Bobby McGee

    Thanks! As a big Lightfoot fan, my vocals were probably most influenced by his take on this song...
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    Me and Bobby McGee

    Did this up today. I'm working on my video editing skills... I thought the combo of open (strumming and filling) mando worked well with fingerpicked guitar.

    Here: https://youtu.be/X8T3tO8DywA
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    Re: Old Train Solo

    Thanks Mark, I'm flattered. I agree with you about the vocal, I was feeling the same. Trouble was, I recorded the lead vocal together with the guitar this time, which didn't give me too many...
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    Re: Old Train Solo

    Thanks Mark! And thanks for the help getting videos to imbed... I struggle sometimes... haha
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    Re: Norman Blake Tunes

    I did this a while ago! (Not exactly a tune, but very Norman)

    https://youtu.be/EkTANU7JJ8U
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    Re: Sam bush and jeff austin slide

    Hi liammurphy, I thought this would be easier to explain with a video. Let me know if this helps!

    Edit:Hmm my attempt to attach the vid didn’t seem to work...

    This will do for now:...
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    Re: Old Train Solo

    Now in context!
    https://youtu.be/ntmgLOZ3Aug :)
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    Re: post a video of yourself

    Been making a lot of videos while I'm stuck in my house... Here's me playing Sam Bush's Old Widder Woman
    https://youtu.be/PByj51cA--I
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    Old Train Solo

    Here's my video taking apart this classic Sam Bush solo:
    https://youtu.be/YmVUEHpV9sQ

    Enjoy, and let me know what you think!
  10. Thread: Naima

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    Re: Naima

    Don,

    Thanks for the clarification, and what cool stories! I really like Mr. Carlini's playing as well. River Suite for two Guitars is one of my favorite recordings full stop.
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    Re: Naima

    Don!

    Thank you for your thought out reply! I had to sit right down and try to work out your suggestions... they're great!

    I've long been a fan of your playing, and am currently (albeit...
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    Re: Naima

    Nick, Denny,
    thanks for pointing out Grisman's version for me!

    I used to listen to Quintet '80 a lot, and it's safe to say that the "New Acoustic" music of David Grisman and Tony Rice led me...
  13. Thread: Naima

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    Naima

    Thought I might share my very basic chord melody arrangement of Coltrane's beautiful "Naima". I'm very open to any constructive criticism or ideas on how I might improve it :)
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    Re: Playing cleanly above the 12th fret

    Thanks to everyone for all the enthusiastic and helpful replies!
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    Playing cleanly above the 12th fret

    Hi folks,
    This question may very well have been asked here before, but I couldn't find anything that quite fit... So please forgive me if I'm digging up an old topic.

    My question is for the folks...
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    Re: What people think a mandolin is...

    Beside the usual ukulele, banjo, and guitar references, I've also been asked if it was a zither or a sitar...:confused:
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    Re: Blues Mandolin Teacher?

    I don't know about electric, but I'd bet Mike Compton can teach blues mandolin -and he's famous for online instruction...
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    Be your problem of the right or left hand?
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    Re: Should "A" be 440 Hz or 432 Hz

    So that's what Flatt and Scruggs were up to... ;)
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    Re: Article from the Smithsonian on BG

    Can't believe they bashed the Gibson Brothers like that. In many ways they are more progressive than Del.
    :disbelief:
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    Re: Open Strings ?

    If you watch the professionals, nearly all of them use a combination of closed and open positions. But they all have the ability to play in any position. Whether you play a tune in closed or open...
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    Re: Bluegrass / Old Time Horse Songs

    -A horse plays a significant role in the "White House Blues"
    -"White Horse Breakdown"
    -The an old time line "wish I had a big fine horse, corn to feed him on" drifts between songs...
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    Re: What would you pay for a Gibson today?

    Oh what would you pay? (In exchange), Oh what would you pay? (In exchange), What would you pay for a Gibson today...
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    Bill had the ultimate mando-face:130670
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    Re: What's your new fiddle tune?

    Methodist Preacher
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