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Irish Smiles - Various - Guitar Picks & Roach Clips

Good volume too. Seen and played some nice Seagulls but the BRs have more depth and body and warmth I have found.

Shipping to you from here may be a bit high priced though, but may be worth it. Oh I can tell you some stories Ray!

And they knew me at the bank, but there was that H there! I finally talked them into it. I thought about getting one as a "beater" session guitar as I hate leaving my old Martin sitting around in a bar. Opinions, anyone? Although taking a Martin "off the shelf" as it were is not like it was forty years ago, you can still find production models that have the famous Martin warmth, something I find missing in the Blueridges.

Just my ears I suppose. Peace, Ed. You just want go the music shops and play as many as possible - but bring someone else along with a good ear, to hear how it sounds to people in front of the instrument.

Good luck murlach. Hi Ed…. The last Martin I ever bought, it too was nice, an OM I tried eight in the store, made them put new strings on the ones I narrowed down to, to decide on one. Most of them had issues of some sort or sounded dull. Also the necks warp way more than they used to, the bridges pull….

My guitar building teacher especially was amazed by the quality of the BRs. Anyway they are a lot cheaper, even for all solid and good wood. I have had too many Martins in my lifetime and prefer the BRs except for certain particular Martins that have "it".

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John Doyle is a perfect example of a really killer ITM guitarist - he plays with Liz Carroll a lot, and is really worth checking out. Sometimes in other tunings of their choosing. Mr Bannerman, your spot on IMO sir. Me, I have my style of approach that I bring to a tune when playing guitar or melody or melody on the guitar even. In ITM the tune, is the rhythm King? I spend a lot of time accompanying tune players on guitar - both in sessions and as part of a ceilidh band.

There are times when you can and should go hell for leather with the feel of the piece. Not on my youtube. Cajun music always has this strong rhythmic element. John Doyle seems to be to have put most of what is needed insofar as we compare the three examples given. Number one priority for accompanying tunes is to learn and know they tunes in the first place IMO.

Many busk the tunes using the misconception that being knowledgeable in the genre in enough. Every tune requires an independent approach. Oh, and loved that little guitar the cajun woman was playing, looks like an old Martin OM. The best. But would I want him backing a session? He has ideas coming out of his ears, so to speak, and imparts a very strong personal touch on the music, which, in my opinion, is welcome in a performance situation, but not necessarily in a session.

The clip with Arty McGlynn, for me, represents everything that good guitar backing and melody playing should be. Luckily, Alec Finn provides accompaniments on more tracks than JD. Like listening to good piano players etc. Things like you need to know the tunes or at least the structures and memorize the repeating patterns in the music, which will make it easier to play on the fly with anyone. I started on guitar because that was what was in my house, period. I was a tune player before I knew what a chord was.

There was no money to give me lessons, so I listened to fingerstyle players and copied them note by note. I actually have been able to teach guitar tunes to peopl who have never played a chord or touched a guitar, in the same way I taught myself.

It is hard work though and love of the music is what has to drive you. It is an incredibly difficult instrument for anyone who really explores it in depth, and never mind trying to accompany, that is at least as hard as playing melody to do it right. I think all the bad examples of playing out there prove this. In his second CD Spin was released. Roche was a regular columnist for the magazines Guitar Techniques and Acoustic Guitar and did international master classes and workshops.

Eric played many musical genres on solo guitar such as classical , Celtic , Folk , jazz , blues , rock and pop. As well as being a gifted guitarist-composer, he was also well known for his solo guitar arrangements of other artists' tunes. Here is a link for a wee bit of information about it. This jaunty little polka is quite fun and easy to learn and play. After you learn this tune, better go see if you have any britches that need stitches.

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