"Is there a download area on this website where I can download the "Tabs" of all the tunes on the Brad Davis Flatpick Jam CD Set Volumes 1 to 4? I would rather order the CD instead of the DVD. I can't play the DVD on my CD player and…"
"I can keep time with the metronome up to a point. After that my coordination falls apart. I've read and tried all of the snake oil remedies but none seam to work. Is there any way to get over this wall?"
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You know, I'm really glad you asked this question. I felt too silly to do so, because it seems like vol. 1 should be its own lesson plan. I am hoping a few others can chime in with suggestions. Maybe even Dan himself!
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