David Grier - Scott Nygaard - Russ Barenberg - Doc Watson - Tony Rice - Tim May - Keith Sewell and much more...
Favorite Flatpicking Tunes
Black Mountain Rag, Big Scotia,
Furch DR34 SR
Tell us more about yourself (place a Bio here if you wish)
I learned Flatpicking guitar by studying Doc Watson style. Then I discoverded Tony Rice and all the young cats!
I'm also a Django Reinhart lover.
I Play mainly gypsy rythm guitar in the "Choukard Swing" band, and still play some platpicking guitar with friends.
J'essaye en anglais si des fois quelqu'un ne parle pas français = I try english in case someone don't speak french :^)).
I don't go neither to Craponne and Laroche, I'm always on the beach at that time :^). I know yo gonna have a great time there, picking bluegrass and manouche with the usual suspects. I plan to go at Vichy in november.
Hi my friend, happy to see you in this forum, your new guitar is very fine, beautiful, great sound and law price. I hope to see you soon and play some fiddle tunes with you, I was enjoy to meet you at The Roche sur Foron, what a great festival !!! and big Jam !!!... whooahh.
So, see you next time with my guitar, so,bye my friend
Salut Eric, La tête de Rockbridge est un modèle édité depuis décembre 2007, je l'ai trouvé sur Ebay à vendre 3900 dollars, en voivi le lien http://cgi.ebay.com/Custom-Clarence-White-Inlay-Rockbridge-D-18-Guitar_W0QQitemZ230289233420QQihZ013QQcategoryZ33028QQssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem
Concernant notre duo avec Dorian, je suis très content de ton soutient et pas de problème si nous avons besion de toi nous te le ferons savoir, merci beaucoup.
Thanks for the complement on Matelot. I think it is a great little tune that Raul wrote, and excellent for working out the minor arps. I have had fun learning it and still trying to get it up to speed. I think Raul plays it at 220 or some god awful speed. For me, the trick isn't so much the speed, but trying to keep it clean and consistent.
Anyways, thanks again,
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