Sharing my efforts to attain flatpick guitar competency.
Thanks for posting another great tune, Dave. Every song on your blog is either one of my favorites or one I've been meaning to learn.
Thanks, Nick. Coming soon--Arkansas Traveler and Salt Creek.
Dave, providing these tracks at all these different speeds is totally awesome! Every book I have every bought has two speeds, slow and wide open. Slow I can almost always get, wide open, almost never. You have bridged the gap! I do hope you will keep up the good work you are doing here.
Mel, I know exactly what you mean. That's why I started recording these--initially for myself, but they take long enough to make that I thought I ought to share them and save others the trouble.Thanks for the encouragement; I plan to continue recording these for quite a while. (I have at least 60 tunes that I plan on recording in a spreadsheet on my computer, and requests from readers come in occasionally.)
thanks so much for the help
Many Thanks Dave, this site is a goldmine for me and countless others.Could you post a zip file of Fox on the Run?
Thanks for the reminder, Buddy. Will do.
great! Thanks a million. We all appreciate what you've done. Now I know you should never look a gift horse in the mouth but yer missing the Em in the B section of gold rush I think. Regardless... wonderful.
You're right, I didn't play an E minor in the B part. It's a common substitution for jams, but isn't in the original arrangement, so I didn't include it. The co-writer (Byron Berline) told me Bill didn't like it.