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Old 09-25-2017, 07:47 PM
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Default Si Bheag, Si Mhor (Pete Huttlinger arrangement)

One time through, no repeats.

A good one to practice quiet hand movement.... Something I have yet to master.


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Clean playing, good tempo control, good string to string volume. I can live with a few squeaks.
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Old 09-25-2017, 08:32 PM
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Clean playing, good tempo control, good string to string volume. I can live with a few squeaks.
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Really nicely done. Love the song - even the simple version From the fiddlers Facebook I play with a flatpick.

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Well done, TBman. Lovely tune, good finger work. You may play it a bit more convincingly, but that's no criticism.
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Really nicely done. Love the song - even the simple version From the fiddlers Facebook I play with a flatpick.

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Well done, TBman. Lovely tune, good finger work. You may play it a bit more convincingly, but that's no criticism.
Thanks for listening and commenting Charlie. Its a nice tune with a lot of room for expression.
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Way totally.
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Nice job, Barry -- very enjoyable.

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Nice job, Barry -- very enjoyable.

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Really nice!

And I think that squeeks are part of playing the guitar =P I like a subtle squeek here and there to be honest.
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Really nice!

And I think that squeeks are part of playing the guitar =P I like a subtle squeek here and there to be honest.
Thanks for the kind comment! The squeaks get to me sometimes
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