"Just added the Taylor K22e to my collection. Physically, it is the most beautiful guitar that I have ever seen. The lovely KOA and maple combinations are literally breathtaking. The KOA and boxwood ocean vine inlay on the fret board is striking, as…"
"I hear you, buddy. I will hit the big 70 in January! YikesI But nothing, and I mean absolutely nothing, will keep me from several hours a day on my guitar, banjo, and fiddle. I figure, now that I am retired, every day is Saturday! You are one…"
Doc Watson, Norman Blake, Wayne Henderson, Dan Crary, Maybelle Carter
Favorite Flatpicking Tunes
Ragtime Annie, Bonaparte Crossing the Rhine, Liberty, St. Anne's Reel, Lost Indian, Cory is Gone, Bury Me Beneath the Willow, Wildwood Flower, Red Wing, Under the Double Eagle, Strayaway Child and a million others
Martin, Henderson, Huss & Dalton, Larivee, Taylor
Tell us more about yourself (place a Bio here if you wish)
Got first guitar at age seven, Started listening to Joan Baez, Doc Watson, and Carter Family when I was 13, First heard Mississippi John Hurt and Ian & Sylvia in college. Love flatpicking and fingerpicking equally. In broadcasting in Louisville in early 70's and emceed Bluegrass Festival of The United States on radio, TV, and on stage for several years. Have owned a bazillion guitars. Since I retired 7 years ago, I practice 3 or 4 hours each day, just cuz I love it
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"Hello David, sorry for the late reply - I had not visited this site for years. Unfortunately, I do not have tabs for Man of Constant Sorrow - the video you saw was recorded by somebody who had requested me to teach them the song - I only played it…"