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The Carters quickly found themselves in demand for radio and live appearances. They answered the demand for new material by scouring the Blue Ridge communities of Virginia and Tennessee for family songs and rhymes that could be put to music. A. P. led these "song-hunting" trips, and Sara and Maybelle arranged the music to suit the group. Scholars feel that A. P. Carter wrote only a few of the songs the family performed, even though he is listed as the songwriter in almost every case. "Carter's motivation for collecting songs was not to preserve them in print," writes Atkins, ".
He also imparts some twist on the strings, what Chuck Carman of down beat describes as putting "English" on them. Clarke concurs: "I found from plucking the strings in various ways that just the slightest movement can change your whole sound . . English is a great word. " His solos are known for some very fast runs. Regarding his approach to soloing, he told Guitar Player magazine: "On electric bass, I use any finger, even my thumbs—anything!. . I pluck mainly with three fingers. I have certain patterns that I can only play with four fingers.
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