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For the eclectic banjo player who counts 2-finger styles among their tools of the trade.

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Created 1/31/2011
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Sourwood Mountain Tabs

Who might send me the three versions of SWM that Chip Arnold shared at one time or direct me to a site where I can download them. Thanks in advance,  Larry S.      
From theheadvarmint 3 months ago
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Cowboy Waltz ... Index lead ... Linda Frank guitar

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XLDwgO3JoNc
From chip arnold 3 months ago
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Thanks

Just a quick thank you to everyone who gave me advise when I was having trouble with fingers and thumbs earlier in the year. Thanks to the help I got I am getting to grips with Oh Molly Dear, and am... Read More
From JSB88 3 months ago
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Pete Steele's Coal Creek March

Heya, I posted this over in the "Sound Off" section, but thought I'd post it here, too.  I've been working on Pete Steele's Coal Creek March and finally got a version I... Read More
From sethswingle 5 months ago
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Building speed?

I've played clawhammer for 25+ years, and just recently started to try two-finger style (I've fingerpicked two-finger on guitar even longer than I've played clawhammer on banjo).... Read More
From tucsonsean 7 months ago
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Classified: 1890's Open Back Banjo with some documentation
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MP3: Old Time Medley
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MP3: Greasy Coat
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Forum Post: Whatcha think?
Linked by revellfa 3 months ago: My rendition of Darlin' Cora.

Forum Post: Two-finger style question
Linked by gottasmilealot 3 months ago

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Cigar box banjo
Linked by revellfa 6 months ago

MP3: Down In The Willow Garden
Linked by elmangle 6 months ago

Blog Entry: What is the 'Celtic' in Folk Music Culture?
Linked by Tom Hanway 11 months ago: Today, use of either English or French symbolises social and material success while use of a living Celtic language symbolises powerlessness, backwardness or clannishness.

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It Takes A Lot to Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry
Linked by Marc Nerenberg 11 months ago: Having recently been added as an additional administrator on BHO's Ŗ finger pickers" group, I figured I should post a 2 finger picked tune this week, so that I can post it on this group's page.

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Linked by Marc Nerenberg 11 months ago: Having recently been added as an additional administrator on BHO's Ŗ finger pickers" group, I figured I should post a 2 finger picked tune this week, so that I can post it on the group's page.

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