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Flatpicking Guitar Magazine, Volume 16, Number 2 January / February 2012



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

Welcome to the January/February 2012 issue of Flatpicking Guitar Magazine. 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

Columns:
Bluegrass Rhythm Guitar: Homer Haynes by Joe Carr
Beginner's Page: "I Saw the Light" by Dan Huckabee
Kaufman's Corner: "When You're Smiling" by Steve Kaufman
Taking It To The Next Level: "Come Along, Jody" by John Carlini
Sharpening the Axe: A Horizontal Approach by Jeff Troxel
Hammer & Pull: "Red Haired Boy" by Kathy Barwick
The O-Zone: "The Year of Jubilo" by Orrin Star
"Darling Cory" by Dix Bruce
In A Minor Mode & "Motif West" by Mike Maddux
Flatpicking Fiddle Tunes: Of Contras and Capos by Adam Granger
Flatpicking Up-The-Neck & "Steep Levee" by Bill Bay
Eclectic Acoustic: "Tango Derrane", Part 3 by John McGann
Bluegrass Guitar: More Rest Strokes by Steve Pottier
Not Just Another'n by Dan Crary

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