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Bill Mollenhauer


New Jersey, USA
Post  Posted 1 Apr 2019 6:26 am    
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I have BIAB 2014 and I added Style Packs 26 and 29 but I still have a problem finding styles for songs I want to do. I am interested in old country (Haggard, Jone etc.), Bluegrass, the honky tonk style coming out of Texas and Oklahoma, and some folk. What style packs do you find useful. I use BIAB to make a track of the chords for songs I want to sing that I get from CDs and downloads.

THanks Bill
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Harry Dove


Michigan, USA
Post  Posted 4 Apr 2019 6:12 pm    
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You're probably not going to get a specific answer since it is mostly about what kind of music you want to play. Since I play a wide range, I always figure the more the better. They usually offer a good deal on style packs when you upgrade, so I buy all that is available. It really makes a big difference to have those extra styles when you're looking for something to fit your song just right. I don't upgrade every year though. I'm still using 2017.
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