"Cathal did you or Kathy ever carry the melody in the session or were you two keeping yourselves to accompaniment? I would feel hard pressed not to start fltpicking the tunes. BTW this video was the impetus for me spending about three hours quality…"
Hmm, there are too many to choose from. Bryan Sutton , Clarence White, Doc Watson, Dastardly Dan Forney, Norman Blake, Tony Rice, David Grier, MarkCosgrove, Cody Kilby, Mad Mike Mancini, the list goes on and on.
Favorite Flatpicking Tunes
Changes daily, sometimes even hourly.
My 2000 HD-28LSV
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I play the Proulx 99% of the time. I like it that much, but if you like rosewood this LSV is very nice. A very accomplished picker played it several hours last night and wanted to buy it right then... not lowballed either.
"I recently came across a steel string parlor guitar made by P. Benson, in Minneapolis. It's really a nice little instrument--well built, comfortable, very much like an old Martin 00-18 (mahogany, slotted headstock, pyramid bridge, ladder…"
"My gear is much better than my skill - for straight flatpickin', I play a Martin D-18 Authentic 1937. My go-to guitar for just about everything else (and it flatpicks just fine, thank you) is my Huss & Dalton D-RH with a Red Spruce top.…"
"Hey Craig. Thanks for the kind comment. The credit for this version should really go To Steve Kaufman who's arrangement it is. Good luck with your bluegrass studies, it's wonderful music and great fun to play. I look forward to…"
"Thanks Mike. I have to prove to myself that I can play the material as written but once I've done that I start to allow myself some leeway to have fun and drop in my own bits. There's not too much space to do that in SK's version of…"