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Favorite Flatpickers
Bryan Sutton, Jim Nunnally, Robert Bowlin, Russ Barenburg, Norman Blake, David Grier, Mitch Corbin
Favorite Flatpicking Tunes
Too many to list
Favorite Guitars
Posch #002 (braz/ad dread), Posch #009 (cuban mah/ad dread), Bourgeois Country Boy Deluxe
Tell us more about yourself (place a Bio here if you wish)
I'm 49 and started flatpicking about 5 years ago. I've made some awesome friends in our world through the Flatpick-List, flatpicking.com and other sites. I help maintain LeftyFrets.net, a site dedicated to all things lefty in guitars and other instruments.

I live near Albany, Ga. - always looking for pickers to pick with!
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http://garybcollier.com

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Comment Wall (21 comments)

At 6:18pm on May 11, 2008, Coy Wylie said…
Hey Gary, Welcome aboard. Looking forward to seeing you in about a month.
At 6:37pm on May 11, 2008, Wes Mitchell said…
Howdy, pick-l
At 4:43am on May 15, 2008, David Dugas said…
Hey Gary! Great to see you here and I'm looking forward to seeing you at Kamp!

David
At 7:04am on May 15, 2008, Andy Willoughby said…
I wouldn't know. He abandoned all of us .
At 5:48pm on May 16, 2008, Greg Yavorsky said…
Hi Gary. How are those 2 Posch guitars. I'm waiting on a D1AV lefty (of course) varnish (2009 delivery). Hope we to get to pick somewhere sometime
Best Regards
Greg
At 1:10pm on May 19, 2008, Chris Thiessen said…
Greetings, Gary, and don't have too much fun at Kamp!
At 7:37am on May 20, 2008, Jim Grainger said…
Thanks for the invite, Gary! This time next month we'll be at KAMP! See you there!

Jim
At 12:29pm on May 20, 2008, Jim Nunally said…
Hi Gary,

Thanks so much for the compliment!
Hey if you know of more folks interested in playing with dynamics, please refer them to my new Strums DVD. It can be purchased at my website jimnunally.com.

Thanks again Gary.


""At 12:15pm on May 20th, 2008, Gary Collier said…
Jim,

I was in your class at Kaufman Kamp '06 and in the band dynamics class on Wed. morning with you, John and Trish. Those 2 classes in hindsight were the best classes I had all week. I've used more that I picked up from you since then than anything else I learned that week.

Keep up the great picking. I've really enjoyed "Gloria's Waltz", the tribute to your mother. Good stuff!

Gary Collier ""
At 6:23pm on May 21, 2008, adam chowning said…
Hey Gary,
Hope everything's going good. I can't make it to kamp this year.I hope we can get together and pick sometime in the near future.
Take care
At 9:48pm on May 21, 2008, Mark Parchment said…
Recognise the guitar? ;-)

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