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Dan Crary is an imposing figure–both literally and figuratively. At over six feet tall, his eyes peering out behind tinted glasses, his thinned gray hair pulled back into a tight, small pony tail and his gray beard neatly trimmed, Crary speaks with a resonant baritone voice that commands attention. It's fitting then, that Crary spends much of his time teaching Communication Sciences at Cal State Fullerton.

As a guitarist, Crary, indeed casts a giant shadow. In 1970 Crary released the… read more

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  • Avatar for BuddyDawg1
    There are very few solo flatpickers out there because it is so difficult to realize the harmonic/accompaniment capabilities and the melodic/soloing capabilities of the instrument AT THE SAME TIME with a flatpick - it can be done (and in a number of styles - flamenco, classical, travis-picking, pattern picking, etc., etc.) fingerstyle, and simple chord-melody techniques exist for flatpick, but full-on cross-picking is difficult. Flatpickers are generally resigned to ensemble playing where they can accompany others or solo with accompaniment without having to peform both duties at the same time. Dan Crary (along with Doc Watson and Norman Blake) is among the few who successfully flatpick solo and WELL!
  • Avatar for ThataCandy
    musicas absolutamente lindas *-*
  • Avatar for Tosky89
    great musician

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