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    Re: When You First . . .

    John Reischman and Herschel Sizemore
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    Re: Social Distancing

    As a recovering Uilleann piper from many years ago, I cam attest that even after you learn to play, you still are somewhat isolated haha.
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    Re: Resonance of a fiddle vs mandolins (wow)

    The great thing about fiddles is that cost isn't necessarily reflective of quality in fiddling terms. Sometimes the trade violins make perfect fiddles, better than a higher end instrument that might...
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    Re: Temperance..... Jig!?!?

    Damn, for some reason I missed that Tommy died! 😢
  5. Re: Lose grip on a thick pick or use a thin pick?

    How tight or loose a grip you keep on a pick is also inherent to the amount of grip strength and tension you tend to hold. Try keeping your right hand loose, but firm, and only using tension in the...
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    Re: Back to f-holes?

    I have a KM-756 that I am quite happy with
  7. Re: Newbie here, suffering from analysis paralysis

    I can back up the Kentucky recommendation. My instrument was higher than your price bracket, but still not super high end (KM-756s) but definitely is a great, well-made instrument, that is easily...
  8. Re: Do you ever sing the notes of a tune while you play it?

    It's definitely a good idea at times. I like to do it when learning a song, not so much for singing since I have an awful time memorizing lyrics and playing and singing was never my strong suit. I...
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    Re: Help comparing Kentuckys for upgrade!

    I have a Kentucky KM-756 I got for $800 and it's quite good. I DID upgrade to a Cumberland Acoustic bridge which upped the final tally, but I'm sure stock would still be pretty nice. So I would say...
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