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Paul Erbe replied to Brent Gremillion's discussion Anyone interested in starting a 2011 group to begin this Series? in the group Flatpicking Essentials
"I'd be interested, I just started Volume 1 about a week ago."
Mar 23, 2011
craig rice replied to Brent Gremillion's discussion Anyone interested in starting a 2011 group to begin this Series? in the group Flatpicking Essentials
"I just ordered and last week and hope to receive soon will follow up with my progress and findings."
Mar 21, 2011
Rich Abel replied to Brent Gremillion's discussion Anyone interested in starting a 2011 group to begin this Series? in the group Flatpicking Essentials
"I would be."
Feb 2, 2011
Brent Gremillion left a comment for Wayne
"Hey Wayne,   No, instead I got a Presonus Firestudio Mobile and a Shure sm58.  I figure that will cover more than I need for longer than I need.  "
Jan 20, 2011
Brent Gremillion and Wayne are now friends
Jan 20, 2011
ganon replied to Brent Gremillion's discussion Anyone interested in starting a 2011 group to begin this Series? in the group Flatpicking Essentials
"Hi Brent, if you get a quorum, let me know and I can offer some observations from last year's group. Regardless, there are some discussions there that might interest…"
Jan 18, 2011
Brent Gremillion added a discussion to the group Flatpicking Essentials
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Anyone interested in starting a 2011 group to begin this Series?

Hello all,I just received Vol 1 as well as the Speed, Accuracy and Tone book.  Think it would be fun to work through it with feedback and encouragement with others. Let me know if you're interested.BrentSee More
Jan 16, 2011
Brent Gremillion joined Dan Miller's group
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Flatpicking Essentials

This group is for members who are working with the 8-Volume Flatpicking Essentials course written by Dan Miller and Tim May. This is the place to meet others who are working with the course and share your arrangements.See More
Oct 2, 2010
Dave Wells replied to Brent Gremillion's discussion recording myself in the group Beginner Flatpickers
"I have been using the zoom h4n 299.00 Acoustic guitar mag had an article a few months back comparing several and this had everything on my list + 3 I didn't think of I had the chance to sit and listen to the Kruger Brother in NC and recorded it…"
Aug 30, 2010
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Aug 27, 2010
Brent Gremillion replied to Brent Gremillion's discussion recording myself in the group Beginner Flatpickers
"Thanks guys. I have a Tascam device that I use to loop tracks, slow tracks, etc. I'm looking to record myself and listen back to what I sound like in a jam setting. Any ideas on that? I'm leaning toward a Presonus firewire audio interface…"
Aug 27, 2010
ganon replied to Brent Gremillion's discussion recording myself in the group Beginner Flatpickers
"Here is an interesting alternative suggested by Jim Wing: What I have found useful is the JamMan looper: http://www.digitech.com/products/Pedals/JamMan.php I haven't used it myself but you can find Jim's comments ~3/4 of the way (3rd…"
Aug 24, 2010
Doug Lindhout replied to Brent Gremillion's discussion recording myself in the group Beginner Flatpickers
"Brent, I have both a Zoom H2 and a Tascam GT-1. Neither are very expensive and both create good quality recordings from their built-in microphones. I've fooled around more with the Tascam for practice because it will allow you to loop, change…"
Aug 24, 2010
Brent Gremillion added a discussion to the group Beginner Flatpickers
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recording myself

Forgive me if this should have been posted in the recording group; but, as a beginner I'm not interested in high level multi track recording devices, mixers, and high dollar mics and pre amps.  I just want to listen to myself practice so I can hear my tone during my exercises and with play-along tracks to hear my timing and phrasing.I can't decide if I should get a zoom like the H4n or get a relatively cheap audio interface and a mic.  I have access to two shure sm57's.  I've tried recording…See More
Aug 23, 2010
Brent Gremillion joined Matt Smith's group
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Beginner Flatpickers

Dedicated to those of us who are just getting started.
Aug 23, 2010
Brent Gremillion replied to Todd McFarland's discussion What brand do you play?
"When I started playing in 2007 I bought an HD28. I listened to as many guitars as I possibly could; and, the tone of the HD28 always "spoke" to me. It was as if that was the only guitar that I could imagine representing me and my voice. I…"
Aug 1, 2010

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Favorite Flatpickers
Clarence White
Tony Rice
Norman Blake
Doc Watson
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Caleb Smith
Favorite Guitars
Dreads I play an HD28 so I guess I like those; but, I really like the voice of many guitars.
Tell us more about yourself (place a Bio here if you wish)
I"m a 39 year old from New Orleans who started playing guitar a couple of years ago. I grew up with a very broad interest in music. Traditional, old timey, and bluegrass is probably my least familiar genre; but, I'm am now totally hooked on this music. I love the parallels to jazz and the way that a general language exists to study, learn, and express in a personal voice. I hope to get there.

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"I have a left handed Blue Chip TAD 3R 40 pick and I find it a great pick to use, no scraping and quick on the strings. The only problem is that the tone is quite bass-y which is great for lead picking or Mandolin but not so good for rhythm…"
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