Thanks so much for the compliment!
Hey if you know of more folks interested in playing with dynamics, please refer them to my new Strums DVD. It can be purchased at my website jimnunally.com.
Thanks again Gary.
""At 12:15pm on May 20th, 2008, Gary Collier said…
I was in your class at Kaufman Kamp '06 and in the band dynamics class on Wed. morning with you, John and Trish. Those 2 classes in hindsight were the best classes I had all week. I've used more that I picked up from you since then than anything else I learned that week.
Keep up the great picking. I've really enjoyed "Gloria's Waltz", the tribute to your mother. Good stuff!
Hey Gary! I haven't been on here in a while. Yeah, I was referring to the cast off piece of junk I'm using for an avatar. You know what they say...One man's trash is another mans treasure...It IS a nice photo, though. One heckuva photographer, I'd say
Nice pics man...Should be getting the hd tomorrow. I'll bring it along. I may bring a couple extra,,,,ones I'm thinking of selling. Hope there's other lefties. Also picked up a handwired Marshall 1974x. That should come tomorrow too. Not for Kamp though..
I don't know which of the Bourgies it is. I just grab one from the pile when I don't feel like getting one of the pre-war 28's out from under the bed;-) Surely you know how it is when you have so many guitars you can't remember the brand and model #'s?
Mark P. (and the above is baloney, pure and simple. I've never even touched a pre-war lefty anything 'cept for my 21 Bruno.)
You are right Gary, this photo was from last year's Kamp before I "saw the light"!
Yes, its addictive. I am now probably using a pick 75% of the time, as I am trying to learn more tunes for next year's Kamp. Also, my strumming with a pick is finally getting better, so I'm even playing a lot of my old stuff with a pick too.
Gary: Meant to post this sooner. Great being around you at Kamp. The gospel jam was special, and much appreciated by all.
Thanks for being such a positive and cheerful guy. I wish we could all keep that level of goodness showing as much as you do.
I wish I could go to Kamp for both weeks but ???$????. I might stay home this year too. My playing really benefits from it though. Maybe I'll get some big gigs to help pay for it. We'll see. Thanks for being a friend.
your chick picker buddy & home town girl,
Thanks for the contact. Leo really can make guitars with that golden age vibe. What years did you attend Kamp? We may have been there together. I went in 2001, 2002, and 2004. I will pass on your info regarding left handed pickers to Steve. HE actually plays a right handed guitar upside down. Self taught and really good but it drives me crazy to try to follow his finger positions when we play.
You guys just are hiding behind those hot six strings. Didn't you ever hear, Age before Beauty? Yeah and I never though a banjo picker could make such a nice guitar. Great Pics, Gary! Hope to see you both at Kamp.
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