Monthly Archives: December 2011

David Rawlings

David Rawlings is a multi-instrumentalist, primarily guitar, who uses his substantial abilities in an accompanist role.  Rawlings writes and records often with Gillian Welch.  The music these two craft sounds as if it came from another era and another place.  … Continue reading

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Editing Your Playing

A lot of guitar players who are good (or at least, adequate) accompanists have spent a lot of time practicing and developing their chops.  I’ll bet that you are pretty comfortable playing 8th note triplets or 16th notes at a … Continue reading

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