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Old 07-02-2015, 11:28 AM
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Default Post a video that best shows your individual style

Related to the other terrific current thread on individual style, show us what defines your acoustic style or sound:

This original is pretty typical for my approach to Fingerstyle. Recorded the same day Greta arrived:

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Old 07-02-2015, 11:44 AM
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Old 07-02-2015, 11:45 AM
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That sure is you, Larry. Beautiful playing.
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At the risk of paling in comparison to some of the really accomplished guitarists on this forum, my humble style is more a simple "Carter-esque" flat picking method to support my vocals.

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Old 07-02-2015, 12:40 PM
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Hey Jon,

Here's an original I call
Noledog's Theme that started as a diddy that I used to demo guitars and it turned into a song. I play it sometimes in my live set & here it is just at home on my couch jus' using my laptop webcam, nuthin' fancy but best with earbuds...this is pretty much sums up my f/s approach/style

Here's one with vocals & my fingerstyle unplugged on webcam called
He's My Son

My reggae influenced cover of Rocky Mountain High plugged in combining my f/s and rhythm influences...(intro is part of an original)

And finally here's a link to a live gig cover of Tin Man using a pick https://www.facebook.com/eric.alabis...60498154608053

This should cover most of the points I described in the original thread posted about defining our personal styles.

Fun thread Jon, thank you for starting it...I truly enjoy listening to you here on the forum and beautiful offerings thus far from you, Larry (who I've Pandora'd many times) and Judson your original is lovely both lyrically & playing (D18 sounds sweet & I "LIKED" your FB page too!)

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Was demoing a guitar, so pretty perfunctory but it's typical of how I play.



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All slack key all the time.



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Don't know which I like better....your playing or that wonderful sounding Fay!
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Don't know which I like better....your playing or that wonderful sounding Fay!
Thank you...and thank you on Simon's behalf.

As always, the guitar music is a result of a collaboration between player and instrument.
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a very unprofessional vid I made, in fact the only one.
Including the 'whisp' of an over grown and misshaped index finger nail.
It's a meandering reflective piece.
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These should give you an idea:



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At the risk of paling in comparison to some of the really accomplished guitarists on this forum, my humble style is more a simple "Carter-esque" flat picking method to support my vocals.

Outstanding! You've come a long way Blackville!
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I can't say it's an individual style because I'm all over the place. I enjoy transcribing like I did with the song above. Another is below - not a video - in this original I call Moving On Again.

https://app.box.com/s/s81excp9emtnd62kcwiasli5tz0jjmov
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https://youtu.be/_57qm9rOGkc

BTW, how do you guys embed the youtube vids above?
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