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« on: June 03, 2013, 10:08:34 PM »

Here's a tune I used to play years ago, my playing partner sent me a video of Chet playing it, and I got it back in my fingers (sort of!). This tune was written by Jerry Reed, I believe the title comes from the name of the street he grew up on. It's a great tune, just so happy sounding. Tuning is kind of weird, low to high it's D-G-D-E-B-D and then capo'd at the second fret.

Played on my Eastman Pagelli archtop, all acoustic, you know. Recorded with a Zoom Q2HD, using the mic's on the Zoom, so this is about as minimalist as you can get.
I figured we need an archtop on here every now and again for variety.

Jimmy


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NwSIXrfMqA4
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Eastman Pagelli PG2 archtop
Kremona Fandango FG630CW
Landau Parlor
Pono 0000-30SP
Ramsay Classical
Neil Gardiner Parlor
Neil Gardiner Concert
Gretsch 6120-1959TV
Darren Hippner Flamenco

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Kanilea K3 Koa Super Concert
Kanilea K1 Tenor Custom (Claro Walnut)
Kanilea K1 Tenor Custom (Koa)
Mainland Tenor
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