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Discussion in 'Gretsch-Talk Music' started by rockabillystew, Mar 6, 2021.
Thanks very much .
Awesome. The kids are a great rhythm section, especially as they aren't trying to over play and them lose the beat as soon others do.
Great work ..... and the guitar player ain't bad either . All jokes aside , wonderful job by all
Thanks Henry .
Ha ha thanks very much
The family that plays together, stays together.
Great band! It'll be a while before they can do bar gigs, though!
Thanks for posting. It’s always great seeing a family having fun together. Those moments are priceless and they’re going to remember it for the rest of their life.
Great stuff, love the kids , they're naturals.
Hey, that's looks like Slim Jim on the drums! I may be wrong but damn sure does to me. Good job, guys!
That was awesome. Try to keep up dad!
thats really amazing... Your son is hilarious! I don't think there is anything better for a kid than teaching them music at an early age.
I'm really trying to get my nephews into guitar. I started playing Hot Rod Lincoln and my 5 year old nephew went "Wow that sounds so good it makes me want to play".. So i'm close.
Ha ha thanks yes lemonade for them
Thanks and very true . Hopefully they will carry on playing and enjoying music .
Thanks a lot .
I’ll do my best , they’ll be taking my guitars off me soon
That’s brilliant keep up the good work I’m sure your nephew will always be grateful .
Thanks for posting, you can never get them started too young. Music is great for brain development. The little guy has a great sense of rhythm, and your daughter is a wonderful Bass player, her timing and sense of dynamic is amazing for someone her age. I started playing upright at 6 years old with the family polka band, and I was not that good, but our family is still very close.
Your children are off to a wonderful start, thanks for sharing.
I can't think of a better way to have the family bond together.
I enjoyed the post, thanks again for sharing.
Great to see! One of the best things my parents ever did for me was start me playing young. Keep posting these!