Momblow/Pritchett

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  1. I studied with both those guys when I was 18 and 19 years old. Each one had his own unique way of playing the guitar. Don was a chord master and was great at reading and harmonizing melodies. George was a very fast single note player on the entire neck. Together they knew about everything there was to know on the guitar at that time. I still use the great pick George told me to use. He was right. It is the best pick made: (Moshay). I was very fortunate to have them as teachers.

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    • I didn’t know Don, but George was a friend of my old man & would come to the house once in a while. I was going to take a few classical lessons from George but couldn’t keep up/too young at the time. Pritch was fantastic! Will never forget those facial contortions.

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    • George was a friend of my old man & would come to the house once in a while. I was going to take classical lessons from him right before he passed. Will never forget those facial contortions.
      RIP

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  2. I studied with both those guys when I was 18 and 19 years old. Each one had his own unique way of playing the guitar. Don was a chord master and was great at reading and harmonizing melodies. George was a very fast single note player on the entire neck. Together they knew about everything there was to know on the guitar at that time. I still use the great pick George told me to use. He was right. Moshay is the best pick. George also had very advanced technical information which I’ve never seen anywhere else. I was very fortunate to have
    them as teachers. Jack Grassel

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