Bye Bye Blues
Flowers of Edinburgh
Black Mountain Rag
Henderson D-45, 1955 Martin D-18
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I started playing rock 'n roll guitar at age 15 and then didn't play much in my 30's & 40's and discovered flatpicking in about 1996 and fell in love with it and have been doing as much picking as possible ever since then.
Tony - welcome to FGN. Didn't you play Jerusalem Ridge with Wayne at PSGW '07. If so, you should know that it was an inspirational moment that has kept me trying to be better for the last couple years.
Thanks Tony. I hope to to finally make it back to PSGW again this year. I have been learning Wayne's version of Jerusalem Ridge and have come to the conclusion that it still sounds really good at 2/3 speed (because I think that is the fastest I'll ever get it).
I'll look for you at PSGW - my registration goes in this week. Thanks for the speed advice - I think it is something that cannot be repeated too often: as an experienced novice (an appropriate oxymoron), I can testify that we somehow just don't believe it for more than a few days at a time.
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