Mulberry Street is one of the catchiest instrumental tunes that most people have never heard. I first discovered this piece, and it’s composer Dylan Ryche by watching video of him perform at the Canadian Guitar Festival Competition (he won). He sells transcriptions for all of his compositions at www.dylanryche.com/

The “locations” shown in the video are from a collection of time lapses myself and my “video assistant (boss)” @baylorswift17 have been assembling. Please share any cool time-lapses (or drone footage) you’ve shot with me for consideration in future videos.

This single take video is a “warts and all” sort of affair. There’s definitely a few mess ups (this is a tough piece to play!). I wanted it to have a live sort of feel. I’m a huge fan of how technically demanding “Mulberry Street” is, while still feeling airy and unforced in the hands of the right person (hopefully me(sometimes)). I hope it’s appreciated by you listeners as much as I enjoyed it when I heard it the first time.

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Specifics:

Guitar – Custom Maxwell T. Sipe www.sipeguitars.com
Mics – AKG 414’s , Mojave MA-200, Royer R-101
K&k Trinity Pro System
Rattle Snake Cable www.rattlesnakecables.com/

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  • Braxton says:

    Wow! Most of that sounded so good I was going to ask why you didn’t fix the mistakes then I saw the note about one take. It’s pretty friggin’ rad man! I can’t believe anybody can play this?!

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