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Old 07-03-2015, 08:43 AM
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Not at all ... I'm honored. Thank you.

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Mr. Judson I found one of the best songs I've heard in awhile. Hope you don;t mind me sharing. Very well written, it had me there at the river. Sounds like a beautiful place.
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Old 07-03-2015, 09:25 AM
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it's on my site as an individual tab. It was recorded on Laurel Mill, never packaged up a complete tab book for that
Thanks, got it.
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Outstanding stuff from everyone. It's amazing how versatile the guitar can be and what great music it can make in capable hands. Kudos to all!
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I liked that. Thanks for sharing it.

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I am impressed with all on this thread! Nole...Uke...Fran especially. Now me? I am a hack. I live in the cowboy three... Here is an original of mine..
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Old 07-03-2015, 10:21 AM
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In addition to hearing such fine and diverse playing, it also is wonderful to experience all of the different guitars. Sure to induce some bouts of GAS.
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I have very much enjoyed each of the videos/audio tracks posted - thank you all!

Here's one of my originals which is fairly representative of my favourite way of playing - I recorded and uploaded it as "New Tune" before it had a proper title - as a result of what it made me feel, and with some help via feedback from others, I finally titled it "Something around the corner" -



Standard tuning. Fylde Custom Alexander guitar. Digital camera/Zoom H2 recording, flat eq, with a teeny tiny bit of room reverb added.

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Too kind, as always, Eric - blessings to you and yours!

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Fantastic thread with great players for sure.

I think it would be nice if people posted what tunings they were in with their videos so that those of us less fortunate players could try and emulate more easily what we see and hear!
Just for the record, the couple of videos I have are:-

'Missus Picky and the Strat Lady' Fylde Orsino 12 String, CGCGCE, Dunlop brass slide
recorded at a local studio who were doing free sessions for local artist at the time.
YouTube link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VBXifcNMtC4&hd=1

'Flying Fish' Fylde Oberon, CGCGCD
'record' video made on Sony Camcorder. As I can't read the dots and don't use tab these videos are aides memoires.
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Just for the record, the couple of videos I have are:-

'Missus Picky and the Strat Lady' Fylde Orsino 12 String, CGCGCE, Dunlop brass slide
recorded at a local studio who were doing free sessions for local artist at the time.
YouTube link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VBXifcNMtC4&hd=1

'Flying Fish' Fylde Oberon, CGCGCD
'record' video made on Sony Camcorder. As I can't read the dots and don't use tab these videos are aides memoires.
Standard tuning for all of mine.
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Old 07-03-2015, 02:37 PM
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Great thread! As I posted in the first thread, I have been considering posting here to ask AGF'ers about my playing. Please take a look - I am figuring out fingerstyle on my own - playing full time maybe a year. Does my style fit into a common category? Who would you recommend I watch a video of to push further in my direction?

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Old 07-03-2015, 02:49 PM
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Was demoing a guitar, so pretty perfunctory but it's typical of how I play.



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Going through these. All I can say is Wow! to you. Just perfect. Believe me, you really, really want to play my 1930 Martin. It would suit your voicing so well.
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Old 07-03-2015, 06:18 PM
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Going through these. All I can say is Wow! to you. Just perfect. Believe me, you really, really want to play my 1930 Martin. It would suit your voicing so well.
Thanks - I'd love to play your 1930 Martin. And you could play my '31

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Old 07-03-2015, 08:12 PM
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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.

You got my number... Great voice!
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