Transcriptions and teaching of recorded performances from the youthful Buddy Moss, a player who influenced generations of East Coast players; George Carter, a mysterious 12-string guitarist who recorded only four titles; Curley Weaver, a players player, widely acknowledged to be among the finest accompanists in the blues; Julius Daniels, who came down from North Carolina to Atlanta to record early on; and Peg Leg Howell, a bootlegger-turned musician who busked in the streets of Atlanta both as a soloist and in a trio with the fiddler Eddie Anthony and guitarist Henry Williams. The songs will expand your right hand techniques and knowledge of the neck, with one song employing the almost never encountered Open B flat tuning. A detailed tab/music booklet is included as a PDF file, with lyrics, transcriptions, and the original source recordings. Intermediate. 107 min.