Posted by robin jones on Saturday, December 6, 2008
Saturday, December 6, 2008 @7:08:30 PM
Good for you. I like working with Earl's stuff, too. It gets down to the "meat and potatoes" of playing bluegrass banjo. I hope to develop some good practice routines like you are doing. Lately, with the family and holidays rolling in, it is hard to dedicate quality time to working on songs with the kind of diligence you have. Keep up the good work!
Old Man Says:
Sunday, December 7, 2008 @2:15:22 AM
I am working on the Scruggs cabin tunes and really enjoying them,now if i could make them just sound like Earl did.
Thursday, December 11, 2008 @1:14:45 PM
Fantastic! I'm so jealous you're getting so proficient with tabledit! I'm not really jealous, you've worked hard to get yourself going on it. Impressed. That's what I am. Impressed.
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