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    Default Re: "The Peacock's Feathers"// 2005 Gibson A9

    Really, nice lively tune, perfectly executed! I gotta learn that one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Buesseler View Post
    Really, nice lively tune, perfectly executed! I gotta learn that one!
    Thanks. It's a really fun D tune! The dots are on thesession.org, I think.
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    Default Re: "The Peacock's Feathers"// 2005 Gibson A9

    They are on Sessions...if I can pick the right one.

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    Default Re: "The Peacock's Feathers"// 2005 Gibson A9

    Some versions are minor sounding....not yours.

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    Well played, great tune and looks like a lot of fun to play too. Thanks.

    The version I play is one of the (very) minor variants.
    A darker winter tune, colder and medieval.
    -I like your version!

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    Default Re: "The Peacock's Feathers"// 2005 Gibson A9

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Buesseler View Post
    They are on Sessions...if I can pick the right one.
    I think the first one on this page might be the closest to the OP's video.
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