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Richard Talley left a comment for Joe Carr
"Hello Joe, I have some lessons I got from you many years ago. Flat-pickin guitar Joe Carr.Ridge Runner Home lessons copy right 1983.  I have learned and forgotten several songs from those lessons and we are still learning songs off…"
Jun 30, 2015
Bobby Jefts left a comment for Joe Carr
"Thanks very much for the quick response, Joe. I will check out each of the books you recommended."
Jun 16, 2009
Joe Carr left a comment for Bobby Jefts
"Thanks for the kind words, "Getting Into Bluegrass Guitar" might be up your alley. "Getting into bluegrass banjo" might be good for your wife."
Jun 16, 2009
Bobby Jefts left a comment for Joe Carr
"Joe, About six or seven months ago, I bought your book "First Lessons Flatpicking Guitar" from the Mel Bay series. I have made more progress utilizing your book than I have in the last five or six years of trying to teach myself to play…"
Jun 16, 2009

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Comment Wall (9 comments)

At 12:45pm on May 8, 2008, Dan Miller said…
Hey Joe!

Thanks for joining the network!

Dan
At 5:20am on May 9, 2008, Jerry D. Shadrick said…
Joe I just want to tell you how much I have enjoyed your music and instructinal material, over the years.
At 5:41pm on May 13, 2008, Marty Lanham said…
Hi Joe

Long time since I've seen you - don't forget to stop by when you're in town.

Marty & Charmaine
At 11:16am on May 29, 2008, Marco Cavina said…
Ciao Joe, thanks very much for "The Roseville" tune from the last issue. A beautiful melody that I just love playing along with the Altan cd. The rhythm it's very hard to get into, Daithi Sproule is a genius.
Ciao e grazie.
At 5:26am on May 31, 2008, Terry said…
Hello Joe,
I really like your part in FGM your a great picker and musician.Thanks
Terry
At 4:34pm on September 18, 2008, Eric Lambert said…
Thanks Joe!
At 6:34pm on June 16, 2009, Bobby Jefts said…
Joe,

About six or seven months ago, I bought your book "First Lessons Flatpicking Guitar" from the Mel Bay series. I have made more progress utilizing your book than I have in the last five or six years of trying to teach myself to play guitar. What book of yours would you suggest I buy for myself next? I absolutely enjoy playing the flatpicking method. Also, my wife just bought me a banjo. Could you please also suggest a banjo book for me. (I am more interested in the three-finger picking method, not the claw style hammer method.) Thanks very much.
At 8:07pm on June 16, 2009, Bobby Jefts said…
Thanks very much for the quick response, Joe. I will check out each of the books you recommended.
At 2:31am on June 30, 2015, Richard Talley said…

Hello Joe, I have some lessons I got from you many years ago. Flat-pickin guitar Joe Carr.Ridge Runner Home lessons copy right 1983.  I have learned and forgotten several songs from those lessons and we are still learning songs off them. I still have some of the tablature but the cassettes are long gone by now. I don't suppose there is any place I can still get the audio part of those lessons.  I just ordered Bluegrass Flatpick Guitar Favorites from Texas Music supply but I expect it has changed some from the ridge runner lessons.

Any way we are still a pickin your songs!!!

I am a slow learner but thanks for all the years of instructions

Dick Talley

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