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AlfredSkive in Spitak    170719 3:19
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Zach Largey in Orem  170712 15:28
Hi Martin,

My favorite video is "A White Shade of Pale Played on 7 Lowden Guitars." Anywhere I can find out which models each one was? You list the series numbers, but what were the wood combos?

Dennis Connolly in Sedona Arizona USA  170628 4:48
You're arrangements and interpretations are fantastic. Have you ever considered arranging "You're so Cool"by Hans Zimmer from the movie "True Love". Here's the movie versions on marimbas:
chris in netherlands  170627 11:13
Hello Martin,

years ago I asked for the tabs of Lying eyes. I still don"t have them. But what I got instead is, the change to play many of the songs that you share with us on your site. Learning from your style of playing has thought me not to be the one who play's the song but to let the guitar play the song. My guitar never sounded better. Thanks to you. Thank you for that.
PickerDad in Vancouver, Canada  170626 22:51
I loveyour version of Jerry Reed's Swingin' 69. Jerry was a one-of-a-kind original, and you've captured him brilliantly. It's just the kind of thing I love to perform. How can I get TABs for that piece?
wayne parker  170623 13:37
Hello Martin. I have listened to you play the fingerstyle "Ode to Billy Joe" on You Tube for years. I play fingerstyle guitar as well and would love to learn how to play it the way you do. It seems to me the tuning is different maybe. Is there a video lesson on it I could pay for?

ken Donnell - MiniFlex in California  170621 22:58
We have a new 2Mic Model I would love to send you at no charge for your testing... our Model 6. We also have a Model 6b with an extra low frequency cut to accommodate flamenco guitars that heavy low ends. Overall I believe you would prefer the Model 6, but can send a 6 b if you wish. Please contact me - Ken
Ken in Idaho, U.S.A.  170620 4:36
In my opinion, you WILL be considered as a MUSICIAN HALL OF FAMER candidate at some point in the future. Believe me and I’ll tell you why.
“It’s because your music is….SIMPLE!” ‘Simple to understand, simple to enjoy, and memorable to the greatest degree; no big mystery there. You’ve mastering the “art of appealing to the ‘feeling senses’ of music listeners” who are able to, now, listen to music DEVOID of superfluous music notation, erratic improvisation, flamboyant expression that mimics ‘musical bragging of talent’ of sorts AND you’ve accomplished this by simply ‘slowing down the beat,’ too. (By-the-way, music listeners can now ‘form music synapses’ in their heads because they can distinguish a melodic line easily! )
Your style stands out as distinguishable, in my opinion, BECAUSE you’re ‘bucking the trend’ by NOT following in the steps of a music industry predominately MAD about ‘going crazy and being crazy’ to produce and commemorate ONLY music which ONLY seems to recognize talent and musical contributions for “ostentatious sake.” Not now, I’m glad to say; you’re gradually making YOUR ‘mark’ in the music world, evidently, to challenge this notion!
I must point out that, most importantly of all….you’re music ALLOWS the senses to create ‘VISIONS of SOMETHING’ whether pastoral, personal, fantasy, etc, because you’re not ‘fingering the guitar at warp speed.’ THIS IS WHAT SEPARATES YOU FROM THE PACK (if you know what I mean). Yes, there are many GREAT musician artists out there but what’s wrong with SOMEONE producing music WITHOUT wizardry of ‘flurry fingers?’ In a sense, your music is ‘kindly’ and does not reflect “a full scale attack on the ears” that, otherwise, just prefers to wander into quiet reflection. My ears, in particular, aren’t overwhelmed by a mass of musical tones, then, in listening to your musical style which now makes music “strike to the heart and is worthy of remembering. “
Your music WILL be ultimately remembered and honored, at some point; I’m sure of it, by the MUSICIAN HALL OF FAME directorship- I can feel it, sir. Just hang in there and do your best to travel internationally, if you can. I’m not an authority for understanding how to guide a musician to become world-renown but it seems as if to become so, most artists must tour to attain that goal. If so, I hope to see you in the U.S.A.
Best of Luck……..Sir (Ken Rairden)
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