Zurf that wino put up a hell of a fight but I had a head start running caus he was sittin down or layin in the alley cant remember to be able to sustain notes requires a overdrive or distortion pedal but it has to be mixed with the right amount of sustain and tone from your guitar the rest is just practice and feeling and your right a bass should set the foundation playing a lot of notes anyone can do keeping it simple takes discipline, I still like the lyin and cheatin songs and I will wear my other hat you like on the next video the earthquake was caused by my mounting the camera on my dvd and the dobro was on the table but I liked the video and decided not to do a better one it may have not come off as well thanks for the comments
]I see you rolled a wino in some back alley to get an appropriate blues hat. Something every good blues man needs is a blues hat, though I have to admit that I am still partial to your cheatin' and lyin' songs country hat with the flat brim and the silver conchas. "Old Dogs Need Loving Too" is superb. It's like something I'd expect to hear off some old Chess LPs. Also amazing was how you could keep playing through an earthquake like that.
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