If you are using that website, I would appreciate it you could answer a few questions -
1. Does the download include an audio file for the tune ?
2. Are the .pdf files well done ?
3. Does the download include a video file ? Sometimes it helps to see how something is physically done. I have software to slow down videos. Are his Youtube videos downloadable ?
I am not looking for a freebie or something to give to someone else. I don't care if the video add to the cost of the download.
4. Are many tunes available ? Aside from instructionals.
User evaluation of the website will be appreciated. I used Patreon in the past, and their login process was frustrating and unpredictable. I will probably end up using the Patreon website.
Thanks for the info
I downloaded the free "Home Sweet Home" tab. It is in 2/4 time instead of 4/4 or "cut" time.
I prefer working with 4/4 or "cut" time. In my case it is easier to mentally count out note duration in 4/4 time. Just "1 & 2 & 3 & 4 &" instead of "1 e & a 2 e & a 3 e & a 4 e & a". In 4/4 time I lose the count. Tried converting John's tab to 4/4 but I had problems. They are not inaccurate, just hard for me to work with. I have to very slowly work my way through the 2/4 time tab. I already play 2 versions of "Home Sweet Home" so that helps some.
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'Woody Banjo Pot Assembly' 36 min