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PostPosted: Mon Mar 06, 2006 9:18 am 
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Brazilian Rosewood
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I watched Robbie's latest DVD last night. I thought it was most helpful. The 2 parts on French Polishing were particularly interesting. His method seems pretty simple. I'm looking forward to doing this to at least the top and neck on my latest effort.

BTW, I noticed that our man Tracy played guitar in the background. Sweet sound and great playing, Tracy!

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Glad you liked it JJ! It's a little tune I made just for Robbie's DVD's.
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Tracy do you have the music in tabulation by chance I set down one eveng and got close but would love to have it just for personal pleasure MichaelP38782.7397569444


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Hey Michael,
I was in a really bizarre tuning on this one, and I don't even remember what the tuning is! I'll have to go back and try to relearn it. I basically made it up in an afternoon of playing. By the way, which song are you referring to? If it is the really slow one on the credits page, that one is in DADGAD and capo V.
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yep thats the one Drop d capo 5 that might make it easer I was trying to do it in open If you ever put it down in tab let me know


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JJ,
I am glad you liked the DVD and found it helpful. I really think it simplifies the aspect of finishing.

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