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Most of the bluegrass is in your thumb, you play the bass strings with your thumb, and leave the rest of the job for the rest of your finger. Johnny Cash and Mark Knopfler are the two dudes who opened my eyes to bluegrass rythms. Also Johnny Can help you a lot on those bass tones try singing daily as deep as you can but don't stretch it out, just as much as you feel comfortable everyday and after a while you'll get the Barry White kinda bass sounds. And for the bluegrass thing just check the internet out there are tons of high quality in depth reviews of the thumb picking style, and try playing to a four bar backing drum track and follow it up with your thumb. And that's the rule of the thumb. Common Bluegrass Flatpicking Licks Guitar Lesson Tutorial
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If they are the correct format, in other words, MP3 versus AM4 or MA4, it "might" be either licensing issue, or one of the settings on the player, or on your I tunes account. Make sure the tunes are downloadable and that feature is enabled on itunes, and then check the settings on the player or the handler program- if you are using Windows Media player as the handler program set the license requirements to "off".
Otherwise if you can "drag and drop" to your computer, download to your computer first, then transfer them.
There's a little brochure that comes with each music pack that has an order form for extra tuning wrenches, sheet music, etc. It lists the standard tuning wrench at $0.95 and the deluxe tuning wrench at $3.95, plus $3.00 shipping and 7% sales tax if you're in Ohio. The address is
3800 Kelley Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44114
"Allow 2-4 weeks for delivery."
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