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The May/June 2009 Issue of Flatpicking Guitar Magazine is "The Fiddle Tune Issue"!

This issue includes 2 versions each of 20 standard fiddle tunes (one beginner's version, one intermediate/advanced version). Not a lot of text in this issue and I stripped out many of the ads. This is nearly all music and they are the tunes that we love to play the most!

And all of the contributors to this issue, save one, are guest columnist. So you'll get fresh arrangements of all these great tunes.

Even if you are not a subscriber, or have let your subscription lapse, you are going to want to order or download this particular issue. For more details, check out the links below.

You can check out the hardcopy here: http://www.flatpickingmercantile.com/

Or, download the digital version here: http://www.flatpickdigital.com/download.php

Dan Miller
Flatpicking Guitar Magazine

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Comment by Curtis Olson on April 30, 2009 at 8:15pm
At the risk of going all fanboy on you: Got it, absolutely love it. Awesome, awesome, awesome.
Comment by Rick Fannin on May 3, 2009 at 5:55pm
This is really a nice collection. Wonderful variety. Good opportunity to see creative minds at work in the more advanced arrangements.
Comment by Making Sawdust on May 4, 2009 at 9:32pm
Is there a CD for this issue, If there is where is it to order, not finding it?
Comment by John Bachert on August 20, 2009 at 4:51am
To get the CD, call FGM at 1-800-413-8296 after 9am EST
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A little late John, but thanks, and I did manage to get it back in May, now if I could just get a speed pill to be able to get up to speed on the SLOW ver.
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