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Flatpicking Guitar Magazine, Volume 15, Number 4 May / June 2011



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

Welcome to the May/June 2011 edition of Flatpicking Guitar Magazine. This edition is Volume 15, Number 4 of the magazine and features Tim McGraw's acoustic guitar player Bob Minner on the cover. In this issue we also highlight a CD titled "The Real Job" by Bradley Carter of Seattle, Washington and we have a "Store Visit" column on Morgan Music in Lebanon, MO. Additionally, all of our regular columnists are back to bring you a wide selection of flatpicking material to work on over the course of the next two months. So, pull out your guitar folks, its time to start pickin'! We hope you enjoy this issue of Flatpicking Guitar Magazine.

Features:

Bob Minner: "First Hog to the Trough"
East Virginia Guitar Company
Store Visit: Morgan Music
CD Highlight: Bradley Carter & "Angeline the Baker/Leather Britches"

Columns:

Loch Leven Castle by Criag Vance
Carter's Blues by Joe Carr
Beginner's Page: "Old Home Place" by Dan Huckabee
Kaufman's Corner: "Banks of the Ohio" by Steve Kaufman
Taking It To The Next Level: "Find That 'Do'" by John Carlini
Sharpening the Axe: "Sheebeg and Sheemore" by Jeff Troxel
"Sally Goodin'" by Kathy Barwick
The O-Zone: "Eight More Miles to Louisville" by Orrin Star
"Ray Price Shuffle Rhythm" by Dix Bruce
Music Theory: "Town and Country" by Mike Maddux
Flatpicking Fiddle Tunes: "Horner's Sailpipe" by Adam Granger
"Distant Homeland" by Bill Bay
Eclectic Acoustic: "Limehouse Blues" Last Solo by John McGann
The Old Plectrosaurus by Dan Crary

Reviews:
Joe McColley - Flatpicking Classics CD
Steve Palazzo & Laura Smith - Like Strangers CD
Steve Kaufman and Mark Cosgrove - Goodnight Waltz CD
James Alan Shelton - Where I'm Bound CD
Jim Nunally - The Art of Rhythm Guitar DVD Review

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