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Favorite Flatpickers
Doc Watson, Norman Blake, David Grier, Roberto Dalla Vecchia, Molly Tuttle
Favorite Flatpicking Tunes
There are so many beautiful tunes. For listening, I love David Grier's I've Got The House To Myself album. I love to play Whiskey Before Breakfast and Bury Me Beneath The Willow.
Favorite Guitars
I have a Taylor 710ce and a Martin 00-17 that I love.
Tell us more about yourself (place a Bio here if you wish)
I'm an actor. When I went to acting school (many years ago), they told us we had to learn to play a musical instrument; so I started learning to play the guitar. I was a fingerpicker for decades, although I had to learn to use a flatpick a bit for a couple of productions of Pump Boys And Dinettes that I've done. I decided I really needed to learn to flatpick only about a year ago, and I'm working on the Flatpicking Essentials course. I really love it, even though, like most I guess, I have moments of despair!
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http://www.robinhaynes.com

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