Hi Gannon. Here is the mp3 for RHB. I am not sure if this will work or not. I like the stuff you have posted. How did you add the Brad Davis backup with your lead on St. Anne's Reel and record it? Great job on all the tracks. Post some more if you get a chance. \uaa href="http://storage.ning.com/topology/rest/1.0/file/get/300914321?profile=original">Red Haired Boy.mp3 Wayne
Gannon, Thanks for WBB that is great can't wait to Jam. Here is my version (excuse the dead notes and low volume). I am playing open D 132bpm. \uaa href="http://storage.ning.com/topology/rest/1.0/file/get/300917291?profile=original">Whiskey Before Breakfast 132.mp3
Here is Ragtime Annie you can try if you have time and get a chance. This is in the key of D (C Pos) 132bpm. This is SK beginner version. Let me know if the volume is too low. \uaa href="http://storage.ning.com/topology/rest/1.0/file/get/300918218?profile=original">Ragtime Annie 132.mp3
Red Haired Boy Jam.mp3Gannon, Thanks for the jam track of St. Anne's Reel. That helps out alot I will work on it this week. Here is Forked Deer Key D @132. I picked it up a little on RHB, I think it is around 144bpm. Let me know how that works out. Wayne \uaa href="http://storage.ning.com/topology/rest/1.0/file/get/300918350?profile=original">Forked Deer 132.mp3
I have been using that G to D run for a while now. I picked it up from a Steve Kaufman DVD where he's teaching "Salt Creek". He also has a good F to D7 run in that song. Thanks for the kind words. Any kind of encouragement is a big help especially when somtimes you feel like just giving up. I look forward to hearing what you come back with. Here is Salt Creek with backup. (Key A.... G pos. about 170bpm) \uaa href="http://storage.ning.com/topology/rest/1.0/file/get/300917572?profile=original">Salt Creek.mp3
"Hello David, sorry for the late reply - I had not visited this site for years. Unfortunately, I do not have tabs for Man of Constant Sorrow - the video you saw was recorded by somebody who had requested me to teach them the song - I only played it…"
I saw a video in which Norman discussed why he preferred a certain fret when refretting one of his Martin's. I am about to refret my D-35 Martin, and I would like to know if anyone remembers a video in which Norman discusses his choice over the Frets Martin uses. Thank You.7See More