Tony Rice, Brad Davis, David Grier, Philippe Perrard...
Favorite Flatpicking Tunes
Salt Creek, Cherokee Shuffle, EMD, Red Haired Boy, Whiskey Before Breakfast, Peaches & Cream...
My Martins and A Guild GAD-30 Sunburst...
Tell us more about yourself (place a Bio here if you wish)
Formerly, I was a banjo picker. When I switched to the Dobro Squareneck long time ago. It's my favorite instrument. But it's easy to sing playing the guitar. And if you play in a jam... you are invited to chorus ! So I learned to flatpick... And it's also a great pleasure for me. Flatpicking is better to rise my reso level and picking the reso give me some new ideas to flatpick.
I play as a sideman with numerous bands and I love to Jam...
Bonjour Pierre, content de te voir sur ce forum. Ma première rencontre avec toi, la Roche sur Foron avec mon ami Dorian.
Hi Pierre, Happy to see you in this forum. My first metting with you, la Roche sur Foron with my friend Dorian.
Can't say why you have not received the Package ? Sending another One ! Hope this one does better !
Yeah , Allot of things going on, YES ! still needing to put together
this Venture !
I left you my Phone #, Call me when you get the chance,I will
Hope your doing well..
Salut Pierre, Tes photos sont vraiment sympas et ton dobro a l'air superbe, vraiment chouette. Actuellement je travaille avec Philippe Perrard pour un enregistrement concernant le CD de France Bluegrass 2, espérons que nous serons retenu, et toi participes tu à ce projet ?. A+
"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…"