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    Re: Why Do You Go To Bluegrass Festivals?

    Go to camp and jam. Don't need to sit in the sun a hundred yards away to hear bands that I can hear in comfort at home. Would much rather buy a cd and listen.
  2. Thread: Retirement

    by montana
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    Re: Retirement

    It's better to have one instrument and the time to play it than many instruments and no time to play them. IMO
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    Re: animated JAZZ film from Aaron Weinstein

    You got to get some different gigs.
  4. Re: this is just a cool video, watch how they focus in on the

    Wow banjo player only two fingers.
  5. Re: What happens when a coked out rock star tries bluegrass.

    Different strokes for different folks.
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    Re: Sheet Music for Classic Rock

    Most rock players do it all by ear. Books like the real book are great to get the basic chords but you need to get the fine points by ear.
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    Re: cross picking challenge

    Diane, your boy can play!
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    Re: 2016 Anaheim NAMM Show

    15k for a banjo!
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    Re: Beer and Bluegrass Renaissance

    In Montana at a bluegrass campout in the summertime we tend to like Jamerson's whiskey and huckleberry vodka.
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    Re: John Reischman tabs

    Thanks Dan. Going to find out about John's music.
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    Re: Beginners Thoughts

    Good for you!
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    Re: Light Gauge on Gibson F-9? (2010)

    Will a lighter gauge string decrease the volume?
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    Re: Soloing - Bluegrass style

    Peg Head Nation
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    Re: Flash Card ideas?

    I use cards to practice all my fiddle tunes( well over a hundred). Pull out the card play the tune put it on the bottom of stack. Helps to keep them under my fingers for when you get to a jam.
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    Re: Bluegrass to Jazz I

    Stuart, I have Band in a Box so make back up tracks. There is a version of the Real Book for BIAB so I get all the lead sheets from it. Used Pete's instructions for the chords and now I'm strumming...
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    Re: 5 Quick Questions with Mike Compton!

    Thanks Dan for all your work. I must admit thought I'm a coors light beer light weight.
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    Re: Bush, McCoury and Hoffman in mandolin jam

    Bill Cheatem.
  18. Thread: What gives??

    by montana
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    Re: What gives??

    Maybe it was Taylor Swift.
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    Re: Not Bluegrass but wow

    Punchbrothers do Cars. McCorrey does Lovin Sponful. Love bluegrass rock and roll!
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    Re: Monroe Article Posted

    Nice article.
  21. Re: An instruction book or tutor for learning good jazz playing?

    Play tunes. Each tune has licks in it. Your jazz playing will be proportional to the number of tunes you know. It's the same with fiddle tunes.
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    Re: Jethro Burns Method

    Every time I think i'm getting good I run into something like this and realize I suck!
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    Re: Professional musician, amateur musician

    An amateur musician is a musician who has a job. A professional musician is a musician who's wife has a job.
  24. Re: I've been watching the Americana Music Awards...

    I agree love the music you play and don't worry about anything else.
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    Re: 4-hour mando gig coming up tomorrow night

    Us barroom players are use to four hour gigs.
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