Wednesday, April 4, 2012 @10:19:57 AM
I think this file is missing
Thursday, April 26, 2012 @9:20:40 AM
I think the file is there BUT it won't play with Tefview b8?
Wednesday, March 25, 2015 @1:23:40 PM
Why does Earl Scruggs pick with his thumb 6 times in a row just where he slides from 3rd fret to 9th fret to begin the second part? I was told one should not pick more than once with the same finger in succession. Is there a reason(s) for what he does? Vert curious!
Mountain Mac Says:
Saturday, June 30, 2018 @10:46:37 AM
I'm not as familiar with the particular lick you mentioned yet Dulcimermike, but I would assume Earl had a reason for it. J.D. Crowe often picked twice in a row with the thumb on some of his signature bluesy licks, and I think that was mostly for the way it changed the timing of the notes. In this case, the choice is probably a matter of the tone produced, the exact syncopation that results, or both.
Old Nash Boy Says:
Monday, July 13, 2020 @8:16:58 PM
Randy Lynn not Rangy. Song named for his second son.
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