Thanks mate. I realy enjoy watching your poted videos. I try to post alot myself even though it isn´t the best quality but hopefully I´m getting better. Do you have any transcripted bluegrass tune on tab that you would like to share?
Thank you for your kind words. I love your playing!! Sorry not to get back to you sooner but I have not logged on to FPN for months and just saw this. Do you have a copy of my CD Flatpicking Classics? Send me your address and I will send you one with my compliments. Happy Picking!
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