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Flatpicking Guitar Magazine, Volume 6, Number 5, July / August 2002
Flatpicking Guitar Magazine, Volume 6, Number 5, July / August 2002

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Optional Audio CD Companion*:


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

An article about Robin Kessinger: tab to "Growling Old Man, Growling Old Woman" and "Sligo Creek"
Flatpick Profile: Dan Kessinger: tab to "Flight of the Bumblebee"
Jam Tunes: Dan Miller and "Home Sweet Home"
The Lucas LD18/3 LSH
CD Highlight: Rebecca Hoggan "East Virginia"

   Articles from the following contributors:
       Craig Vance: "Durham Rangers"
       Dan Huckabee: Do You Speak Guitar?
       Joe Carr: "Poor Richard's Blues"
       John Tindel: "Little Wing"
       Frank Ford: Maintenance & Repair: Neck Joint Diversity
       Steve Kaufman: Kaufman's Corner: "You Are My Sunshine"
       John Carlini: Adventures in Acoustic Music: Cholin for Flatpickers
       Brad Davis: Nashville Flattop: Changing the Tuning
       Chris Jones: Volume and Dynamics
       Dan Crary: The Solo Flatpicker: Cleaning Up Your Backup
       Paul Mehling: Gypsy Jazz Guitar Ear Training
       Orrin Star: The O-Zone: "Sandy River Belle"
       Dix Bruce: "Sweet Sue"
       Mike Maddux: Music Theory: Mastering the Fingerboard "Cherokee Shuffle"
       Harold Streeter:Intros and Tags 2
       Bill Bay: New Tunes for Flatpicking : "Excursion"
       Adam Granger: Flatpicking Fiddle Tunes: "Growling Old Man, Cackling Old Woman," "Kitchen Gal," "The Headlight Reel"
       Steve Pottier: Exploring Bluegrass Guitar: "If I Should Wonder Back Tonight"
       John McGann: Eclectic Acoustic: "Wall of Stone"

CD Reviews: Jack Lawrence-I Don't Need The Whiskey Anymore;
John Reischman and the Jaybirds; David Grier-I've Got the House to Myself
Video/DVD Reviews: Tony Rice Guitar Method
Gear Review: The Summit Guitar Pack

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