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    That young lady just oozes talent.
    What a joy it is to hear her play live. Sure hope to get the opportunity again in the future.

    Thanks so much for posting this!
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    So Awesome!
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    That...was fantastic. It shows what a four string guitar is capable of in the right hands.
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    A bunch of stuff with four strings

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    That Gal could play a broomstick with one string fastened to a hog slop pail man!

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    I absolutely loved this video, which I discovered myself a few days ago in Facebook. Really got me excited about tenor guitar. Here’s my question: where would I even begin to learn how to play something like that - even a simplified version - on tenor? Played mandolin for decades, and if I could study, learn that style, I’d probably just quit my job and go live in a cave to do nothing but play. Any suggestions (for learning blues on a tenor....already got my cave scoped out. LOL) Thanks!!
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