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Both Sides Now Solo(Eastman OO content)

Discussion in 'Acoustic Instruments' started by dlguitar64, May 5, 2020.

  1. dlguitar64

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    Well done! I love the sound of a 12-fret 00. That Eastman sounds great.
     
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    I think that was the model I tried out when I was in Nashville in March. I was impressed with it then and you certainly have done nothing to lessen that impression. Very nicely done, DL!
     
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    If not mistaken, Randy Scruggs played this tune solo, to close NGDB's 'Will The Circle Be Unbroken' ( which I tried to play, as a HS kid)
    * your open tuning sounds more ' Joni'
    Nice job!
     
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    I mention on YouTube this version is based on that recording (which I wore out as a 13 yo.)
     
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    I am constantly learning bluegrass songs from Circle, for our Farmers Market band to try out- still trying to get the picking down decently on " You Are My Flower!"
    Just a treasure chest of great music
     
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    If you take requests I'll have "Man of Constant Sorrow" as played by Norman Blake on the Oh Brother soundtrack... That guitar, your recording setup and your chops would kill it.
     
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    Sounded great. And those are great guitars too.
     

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