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Flatpicking Guitar Magazine, Volume 7, Number 1, November / December 2002



 
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The November/December 2002 issue of the Flatpicking Guitar Magazine includes:
We have a 68-minute Audio CD to accompany this issue!

An article about Mark Cosgrove: tab to "Good Morning Isaac"
Flatpick Profile: Mike Scap: tab to "What Would George Think?"
Jam Tunes: Mark Cosgrove & Richard Starkey: "Little Rabbit"
Michael Hornick and Shanti Guitars
Bethany Kerr, Sketch Artist
Winfield 2002
CD Highlight: Bill Henry: Red Sky & "Cattle In the Cane"

   Articles from the following contributors:
       Craig Vance: "Opera Reel"
       Dan Huckabee: "What A Friend We Have In Jesus"
       Joe Carr: Back to Basics
       John Tindel: "Way Downtown"
       Frank Ford: Guitar Maintenance & Repair: A Serious Soundboard Repair in Two Parts
       Steve Kaufman: Kaufman's Corner: "Tico Tico No Fuba"
       John Carlini: Adventures in Acoustic Music: "Swingle Bells"
       Brad Davis: Nashville Flattop: Copying Licks
       Chris Jones: Break Time: Christmas Up the Neck "Christmas Time's a-Comin'
       Dan Crary: The Solo Flatpicker: Fundamentals of Chord-Change Runs
       Paul Mehling: Gypsy Jazz Guitar: Vibrato
       Orrin Star: The O-Zone: "Leather Britches"
       Dix Bruce: "Angels We Have Heard on High"
       Mike Maddux: Mastering the Fingerboard: "Stone's Rag"
       Harold Streeter: Gospel Guitar: "How Great Thou Art"
       Bill Bay: "Menuet"
       Adam Granger: Pickin' Fiddle Tunes: "The Red Lion/Line Hornpipe," "Red Apple Rag," and "Redbird"
       Steve Pottier: Clarence White Classics: "In The Pines"
       John McGann: Eclectic Acoustic: "Laramie Divorce"

CD Reviews: Rolly Brown-Dog Is My Co-Pilot;
Rickie Simpkins-Don't Fret It;
Chris Jones-A Few Words; Phillips, Grier & Flinner-Looking Back;
Dix Bruce & Jim Nunally-In My Beautiful Dream

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