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You pretty much had to be a follower of Glen Campbell and closer to his age bracket to remember how good a player he was.

That was a good video you posted. I had not seen some of those scenes before.
 

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Roy Clark was another shredder in the same era, though more country oriented than Glen...used to put on some awesome displays during Hee Haw.
 

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A LOT of country pickers from the Campbell/Clark era were were good pickers. Gerry Reed for one. Campbell was also a go to session guitarist before he struck out on his own
 

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A LOT of country pickers from the Campbell/Clark era were were good pickers. Gerry Reed for one. Campbell was also a go to session guitarist before he struck out on his own[/QUOTE]

And a member of the Beach Boys for a short while.
 
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A LOT of country pickers from the Campbell/Clark era were were good pickers. Gerry Reed for one. Campbell was also a go to session guitarist before he struck out on his own
Chet Atkins believed Jerry Reed to be a better guitarist than himself.
 
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