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Hey @ratvn ,
Here's a quick video I did to show some of how I play St. Anne's Reel and some of the double stops I like to use. Hope it gives you some ideas to play around with. I don't have as nice of doublestops on the B part, but oh well.
That was awesome, @fiddlinsteudel. So beautiful playing.
Your time and help are greatly appreciated.
Your playing style and improvisation of the tune are several light years ahead of mine. I downloaded your playing video to study it bit by bit, as it's way beyond my ability.
Again, thank you so much for your help and guidance.
Thank guys, @ratvn let me try and do a slower one of the A part so you can see what I'm doing a little easier.
Hey @ratvn here's another video on how I play those doublestops in the A part. I just wanted you to get a sense of how little extra fingerwork I have to do to make it sound good on this tune:
I live in Seattle, but we were gone for Thanksgiving holiday so we turned the heat off while we were gone. Its finally back to warm.
Nice playing, thanks.
Opportunity is often missed because it wears suspenders and looks like hard work.
Great! Hope it helps. Double stops can be hard, but there are some easy ones to try too!
Really nice @fiddlinsteudel
I think that maybe the first tune that I try with some double stops will be 'Faded Love'. It's just made for them.
Just laying around here in shorts, t-shirt, and what I think you guys call 'flip flops', listening to the waves breaking on the beach in the distance.
And of course there is the icy cold beer.
It's tough but someone has to do it.
Seen it all. Done it all. Can't remember most of ..... What was I saying????
Oh yeah Faded Love or Maiden's Prayer, two great tunes for doublestops.
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