We all know the frustration of trying to find a tune resource. As many as there are out there, sometimes you can't find that one tune you're just dying to play.
The link below is my shared OneDrive file listing some of the more obscure books I own, and the tunes in them. If you're looking for a tune or two, send me a message and I can try and help.
Not a ton, but here and there I could send you a photo if you're looking for something.
I'd love to know of other old, out of print and obscure banjo or fiddle books you know of, if you have a link to an image all the better.
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Fiddle. Slowly learning banjo. Even slower learning of guitar. Happy to help beginners. Msg me.
Live jams before all. Dan Gellert, Roscoe Holcomb, Clyde Davenport, Osmand Davis Band, Foggy Hogtown Boys, Skillet Lickers, Le Vent du Nord, Chris Coole (and everything he touches) Corn Potato Stringband, Foghorn Stringband, All Day Breakfast Stringband, Hobart Smith, Jess Reimer, Oh My Darling, New Lost City Ramblers, South Carolina Broadcasters, so many I can't think of right now.
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Always down to jam. Dreaming of travelling through the states for a summer, catching all the festivals. Always looking to learn/improve techniques and music-ability. 'There is just something living within these tunes. ' @rosinhead nailed it. Vibration is life, life is music, music is joy. Live joyfully.
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