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    Default Learn a 12 bar blues on the acoustic

    A 12 bar blues lesson.

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    Nice,always room for another voicing.Good job.Sumi
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    Thanks Sumi, glad you enjoyed it.
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    I really like this lesson. I love accoustic blues, but need more ideas like this to expand with. I like how you zoomed in close and picked high on the fret board to show the strum patterns. The audio was also perfect for both the guitar and voice, so remember the settings!

    The moment I saw your guitar, I knew it was something from the Godin brands since it looks like a cutaway version of my A&L, but with a different pegboard wood.

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    Thanks Tig, glad to hear. I used a separate (cheap) condenser mic, as you can see in the video. I should placed it more to the side perhaps, looks kinda ugly in the picture, but it seems to be good for the voice. It's nice not having to be "tied up" with a lapel mic. The guitar is also through the same mic - no line in used, even though it is an acoustic-electric. Thanks again!
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