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Flatpicking Guitar Magazine, Volume 14, Number 3 March / April 2010



 
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The March/April 2010 issue of the Flatpicking Guitar Magazine includes:
We have a 68-minute Audio CD to accompany this issue!

Welcome to the March/April 2010 issue of Flatpicking Guitar Magazine. This edition is the Volume 14, Number 3 of the magazine and represents the first time we have featured a trio of flatpickers on our cover. What is unique about our cover story artists -- Bryan McDowell, Eric Hardin, and Brandon Davis -- is that they are all good friends, they all play in the same band, and they place 1st, 2nd, and 3rd at the 2009 National Flatpicking Championship. We also feature Avril Smith, a talented female flatpicker from the Washington, DC area, and Jake Workman from the Salt Lake City area of Utah. And, as always, our regular staff of talented contributors have offered articles that will help you advance your flatpicking skills. We hope that you will enjoy this issue of Flatpicking Guitar Magazine!

Features:
The Winfield Trio: Bryan McDowell, Eric Hardin & Brandon Davis: "St. Anne's Reel"
Avril Smith & "Lincoln�s Retreat"
CD Highlight: Jake Workman & "Great Basin Rag"


Columns:
"Blackberry Blossom" in C by Craig Vance
"My Old Kentucky and You" by Joe Carr
Beginner�s Page: "Your Love Is Like A Flower" by Dan Huckabee
Kaufman�s Corner: "Molly Bloom" by Steve Kaufman
Taking It To The Next Level: Altered Chords by John Carlini
Nashville Flattop: "Lonesome Road Blues" & Hybrid Picking by Brad Davis
Sharpening the Axe: Music Theory Primer by Jeff Troxel
"Over The Waterfall" Duet by Kathy Barwick
The O-Zone: "Jackson�s Reel" by Orrin Star
Favorite Scales & Exercises by Dix Bruce
Music Theory: "Mayan Sunrise" by Mike Maddux
Flatpicking Fiddle Tunes: Playing Good Backup by Adam Granger
"Prairie Sunrise" by Bill Bay
Eclectic Acoustic: "Sligo Lament" by John McGann

Reviews:
The Great Microphone Shootout
Guitar Review: Eastman AC320B

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