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Doc's Guitar

Fingerpicking & Flatpicking

By Doc Watson

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Fingerpicking & Flatpicking. By Doc Watson. Instructional/Guitar/DVD. Bluegrass. DVD. Homespun #DVDDOKGT21. Published by Homespun (HL.641544).

Item Number: HL.641544
ISBN 0634050079. bluegrass. 5.25x7.5 inches.

Recorded at the famed Merle Watson Memorial Festival in Wilkesboro, NC, this DVD captures Doc Watson teaching some of the most requested fingerpicking and flatpicking tunes in his vast repertoire. With his characteristic good humor, Doc provides an intimate look into the guitar technique, musical philosophy and fine musicianship for which he is known and loved worldwide. Clear explanations and demonstrations help players learn his definitive arrangements of: Deep River Blues • Bluebell • Southbound • Black Mountain Rag • Georgie • Way Downtown • Don't Let Your Deal Go Down • Blue Railroad Train • Windy and Warm • Beaumont Rag • East Tennessee Blues • The Cuckoo.

90-MIN. DVD • LEVEL 4 • INCLUDES MUSIC + TAB.

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  • 2

    Location:
    Georgetown, SC
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate/advanced
  • March 11, 2009 interesting but tough

    it looks neat, and I would like to spend some time messing around with it but, I think I bit off more than I could chew. Still interested in "flat poicking" but, need to look at a step or two below this level to get started - going to learn it...

    though!

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    Location:
    Wyoming
    Difficulty Level:
    Advanced
  • November 14, 2007 not for beginners!

    Though I enjoy Doc's music this lesson is not easy to follow. i don't think he always plays what is provided in the tabs and he plays so fast that it is hard to follow. Also, Doc has a unique style of finger pickin gin that he only...

    uses two fingers. Hard to replicate. Lastly the guy filming his fingers doesn't always have his hand in view so you can't tell whats going on. This is for adavanced guitarists.

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