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Flatpicking Guitar Magazine, Volume 16, Number 1 November / December 2011
Price: $5.00

The November/December 2011 issue of the Flatpicking Guitar Magazine includes:
We have a 68-minute Audio CD to accompany this issue!

Our Back-to-Basics Issue!

This is a very special issue, one that has the intention and focus of getting you off to a good start if you are new to Flatpicking, or bringing you back to an emphasis on the basics of the art if you have been picking for a while. Each of our talented columnists have presented a topic that is fundamental to your development as a flatpicking guitar player. These are aspects of your craft that you will continue to practice from the time you are a beginner and throughout your flatpicking life, even if you become a seasoned professional. Additionally, we feature two talented muscians, Courtney Hartman, originally from Colorado, but now living in Boston, and Rosser Clark, originally from Alabama, but now living in Falls Church, Virginia. We hope that you will enjoy getting back to basics and "woodshedding" with this special issue.

Features:
Ten Thousand Hours in the Woodshed and A Study of "Home Sweet Home" by Dan Miller Flatpick Profile: Courtney Hartman & "Happy Holler" CD Highlight: Rosser Clark: "Black Mountain Rag" Essential Listening by Chris Thiessen The 40th Annual Walnut Valley Festival
Flatpicking Guitar Magazine, Volume 16, Number 2 January / February 2012
Price: $5.00

The January/February 2012 issue of the Flatpicking Guitar Magazine includes:
We have a 68-minute Audio CD to accompany this issue!

This issue features Jack Pearson on the cover. Jack is well known in the blues and rock worlds, having toured with the Allman Brothers in the 1990s, however, he is out playing acoustic guitar these days and performing with bluegrass artists. This is the guitar player who David Grier says is "The best guitar player in Nashville." Additionally, this issue features Al Smith, of Jasper, Georgia, and Nick DiSebastian, who recently finished his degree at Berklee and is still living and performing in Boston. We also feature a story on Schenk Guitars in this issue and, as always, our regular contributors give you a lot of great material to practice. We hope that you will enjoy this issue of Flatpicking Guitar Magazine.

Features:
Jack Pearson & "Blackberry Pickin'"
Schenk Guitars
Flatpick Profile: Al Smith & "Take This Hammer"
CD Highlight: Nick DiSebastian: "Snowday"
The Nashville Number System: Part 2
Flatpicking Guitar Magazine, Volume 16, Number 3 March / April 2012
Price: $5.00

The March/April 2012 issue of the Flatpicking Guitar Magazine includes:
We have a 68-minute Audio CD to accompany this issue!

This is Volume 16, Number 3 of the magazine. This issue features Jake Stargel on the cover. During the past 5 years Jake has toured with The Lovell Sisters, The Greencards, Barefoot, Mountain Heart, and Sierra Hull. Additionally, this issue features Julian Lage, who is not a teacher at the Berklee College of Music in Boston and our CD Highlight article features Zeb Snyder of the Snyder Family Band. As always, our regular contributors give you a lot of great material to practice. We hope that you will enjoy this new issue of Flatpicking Guitar Magazine.

Features:
Jake Stargel & �Stymie�
Flatpick Profile: Julian Lage & �Red Prairie Dawn�
CD Highlight: Zeb Snyder: �Goose Down Pillow�
Store Visit: Smoky Mountain Guitars
Flatpicking Guitar Magazine, Volume 16, Number 4 May / Jun 2012
Price: $5.00

The May/June 2012 issue of the Flatpicking Guitar Magazine includes:
We have a 68-minute Audio CD to accompany this issue!

This issue features Dillon Hodges on the cover. Dillon was the 2007 National Flatpicking Guitar Champion and has since performed with Missy Raines and the New Hip and The Rockin Acoustic Circus. He is getting ready to release his second solo CD this fall. Additionally, this issue features Andy Hatfield, the 2011 National Flatpicking Guitar Champion and our CD Highlight article features Mike Gurzi, a southern California picker. As always, our regular contributors give you a lot of great material to practice. We hope that you will enjoy this new issue of Flatpicking Guitar Magazine.

Features:
Dillon Hodges & "Got A Little Somthing"
Flatpick Profile: Andy Hatfield & "Turkey in the Straw"
Guitar Builder: Jayson Bowerman
CD Highlight: Mike Gurzi: "Williamson County"
Store Visit: Appalachian Bluegrass
Flatpicking Guitar Magazine, Volume 16, Number 5 July / August 2012
Price: $5.00

The July/August 2012 issue of the Flatpicking Guitar Magazine includes:
We have a 68-minute Audio CD to accompany this issue!

Special Crosspicking Issue!

This issue is our special crosspicking issue. Crosspicking is a technique that all flatpicking guitar players have used dating back to George Shuffler's work with the Stanley Brothers in the late 1950s. In this issue our colomnist will provide you with lots of crosspicking examples to work with. In this issue we also highlight Lucas White of Texas and Virginia, and Adam Schlenker of Columbus, Ohio. So go ahead and get those guitar's tuned up and get right into some crosspicking!

Features:
Crosspicking: "Wildwood Flower" & "Bury Me Beneath the Willow" by Dan Miller
Guest Instructor: Adam Schlenker & "Angeline the Baker"
Guitar Builder: Roberts Stringworks
Flatpick Highlight: Lucas White: "Goodbye, Liza Jane"
Store Visit: Down Home Guitars
Flatpicking Guitar Magazine, Volume 16, Number 6 September / October 2012
Price: $5.00

The September/October 2012 issue of the Flatpicking Guitar Magazine includes:
We have a 68-minute Audio CD to accompany this issue!

Special Doc Watson Tribute Issue!

This is our special Doc Watson tribute issue. As all of you will know, we lost Doc Watson earlier this year and as a tribute to the man who has inspired so many of us over the course of his long career, all of my contributors have sent in tunes that they were inspired to learn how to play after hearing Doc Watson play the tune. So, we have a lot of fantastic Doc Watson inspired music for you to learn in the pages of this issue. Get your guitars out, tune them up and let's all pick one for Doc!

In this issue you will read thoughts, stories, and inspirational momements about Doc Watson by many of today's top flatpicking guitarists, including Bryan Sutton, David Grier, Tim Stafford, Dan Crary, Andy Falco, Jim Hurst, Pat Flynn, Tim May, and many, many more.

Features:
Rest in Peace Doc Watson: "Billy In The Lowground" & "Lonesome Road Blues"
Jack Lawrence: On The Road With Doc
Blind But Now I See: The Doc Watson Biography
The Voyage-Air Guitar
   
 
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