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    Re: Gus Ingo anyone?

    The OP says it was built by Fred Hensley of Galax, VA.
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    Re: Gus Ingo anyone?

    Thank you so much for posting this, Cary! I'd never heard of this guy until I clicked on this thread moments ago, and now can't stop listening to this album. Great tone, cool vibe, just a nice blast...
  3. Re: 'Tis the season! Best bluegrass albums of 2018?

    The Slocan Ramblers "Queen City Jubilee" is absolutely fantastic, top to bottom! Here's a taste:


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ruVivcBjuCQ
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    Re: Thile & Daves: It's Fiddle Tune Request Time!

    Um...not sure that I know what you mean.
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    Best Beard/Mustache in the Mandolin World...

    I nominate Carlo Aonzo. The photo on the MC Frontpage is absolutely breathtaking, and I can't imagine it being topped! Ron Swanson is stewing right now... :popcorn:
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    Re: Kenny Smith, "Return" CD

    Just received this from Kenny and Amanda (bought it off of their site). Haven't had time to listen to the whole thing yet, but from what I've heard so far, it's going to slot immediately into one of...
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    New Noam Pikelny...

    Really, really good stuff from Noam Pikelny (and a who's who of supporting/co-starring musicians) on his sophomore solo release "Beat the Devil and Carry a Rail". I've listened to the first half of...
  8. Re: Doesnt get any more high and lonesomener than this Cheers Wi

    Easy there hoss...nothing personal intended. I simply found it interesting that a "friend" would post under your name on a forum that he wasn't familiar with, and wait to do so until after you had...
  9. Re: Doesnt get any more high and lonesomener than this Cheers Wi

    How perfectly odd!
  10. Re: Can you tell me how old this mandolin is, is it worth anythin

    Give Greg Boyd a call (he's in Missoula), and he can put you in touch with either John Joyner (who does excellent work) or George Weisel (who does excellent work).
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    Re: Bach

    Completely agree Jeff. This became one of my favorite versions of this piece as soon as I heard it, for exactly the reasons that you noted; the pure joy that these guys get from playing this music...
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    Re: Bach

    I'd love to get a copy of this transcription...
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    Re: Kenny Smith, "Return" CD

    Certainly true Ivan. I love what David Grisman is doing with his acoustic oasis site, wresting control of his digital content from the big guys (Itunes, Amazon, etc.) and presumably seeing a nice...
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    Re: Kenny Smith, "Return" CD

    Apparently only available from their website? I've been scouring Itunes, Amazon, etc. for digital download options to no avail...frustrating for someone as childishly dependent on instant...
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    Re: Artist Academy of Bluegrass ? Any Feedback?

    Aha! Now I'm starting to get into some of the tabbed out material (in the Bryan Sutton/Guitar portion of the program). It kicks in once you've worked through the theory/scale stuff in the beginner...
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    Re: Artist Academy of Bluegrass ? Any Feedback?

    Cool. I've gone through a handful of the intermediate guitar lessons, and have yet to stumble across any tab; at any rate, I'm really liking this way of learning from one of the best in the biz....
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    Re: Artist Academy of Bluegrass ? Any Feedback?

    Signed up for Bryan Sutton's guitar course at the academy of bluegrass, and have been quite impressed with the content and the quality of the videos. Haven't been able to locate any tab downloads at...
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    Re: News from Altman Mandolins

    Kind've seems from your original post that you're associated with Altman mandos...is this the case Scotti? If so, very cool; if not, well, that's OK too...
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    Re: Punch Bros - Sorry, Don't Get It

    Can we all at least agree that a collaboration between Steve Earle and the Punch Brothers would make for some insanely frothing discussion on this forum? :)
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    Re: Stephen Perry is a genius!

    How great would it have been if Stephen Perry had started this thread?
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    Re: What do you think of Steve Earle?

    Well said Fretbear...and great quote from SE! Hadn't heard that one before...
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    Re: Chris Thile & Michael Daves Duo

    Kind've agree with your "twangy emo" description of Daves' vocals. I also find his rhythm playing to be at times distracting...maybe a tad too busy (IMHO)? In his defense, however, how...
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    Re: What do you think of Steve Earle?

    Perhaps one man's "flawed concept" is another's critique of a (perceived) domination of the air/radio waves by one group at the expense of another? Perhaps the reference to Lenny Bruce was a...
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    Re: What do you think of Steve Earle?

    Ha! That was a bit odd (in a recklessly cool kinda way). Ira Glass meets Woody Allen and Elvis Costello and somehow they stumble upon the mandolin counterpart to Willie Nelson's "Trigger"...I love...
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    Re: What do you think of Steve Earle?

    A reasonable person who enjoys Steve Earle's work would likely know that he's recorded a tune called "F*** the FCC." That same reasonable person might then reasonably expect to be "subjected" to...
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