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    Re: A trip to Elderly

    What did you think of the Ellis mandos? I'm starting to do some research on my next purchase and those are near the top of my list of instruments to check out.
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    Re: Luthiers in Atlanta?

    Thanks everyone! Randy Wood is fantastic, but I'm just not keen on shipping my instrument if I don't have to and I don't have time to get over to Savannah anytime soon. That's a pretty good haul.
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    Luthiers in Atlanta?

    Hey guys, maybe the wrong sub-forum for this, but does anyone know someone in Atlanta they'd trust to do a good setup? I have a Collings MF that needs some fretwork and a good setup.

    Thanks!
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    Re: RockyGrass Live Stream on now

    Not only is it the fact that they could have just done very straightforward arrangements of all this and it would have kicked ass, but they have made this stuff incredibly interesting.
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    Re: RockyGrass Live Stream on now

    I'll be that guy and go ahead and ask if anyone was able to record this Punch Brothers set. As a Tony Rice fanatic this is pretty much a dream come true.
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    Re: RockyGrass Live Stream on now

    Just so this is on the internet for posterity-- in the Punch Brothers set Chris Eldridge just played Tony Rice's second solo from Cattle in the Cane note for note while Noam Pikelny doubled the same...
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    Re: RockyGrass Live Stream on now

    Josh Williams is one of the most ridiculously talented people I've ever come across.
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    Re: Whew...some Reverb sellers...

    I had a similar experience on Reverb, but surprisingly it was with a pretty high end guitar store. I was inquiring about a pretty high end (6,500 dollar or so) guitar and the response I got to some...
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    Re: Southern flavor

    This is just not correct. Many many versions of this song (including Monroe's) are in E minor. If you want to play major chords over it, that's fine and will create a different sound, but most of the...
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    Auburn Alabama bluegrass jams

    Hey guys, just posting to see if there are any of y'all near the Auburn area. Some friends and I were having a jam every week, but my wife and I welcomed our first child into the world not long ago...
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    Re: southern flavor - key?

    I don't think I've ever heard this song played in a key other than E minor whether it be a recording or with local pickers.
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    Re: Looking for a mandolinist

    I'm over in Auburn, AL if you guys ever want to get together. I can cover the Mandolin, but I add no vocals unfortunately. I'm not sure how busy y'all are aiming to be, but if nothing else I could...
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    Re: You did WHAT to your BC?

    I lay a Wegen on top of mine and Mark where a few holes are and drill some holes in them. works for me.
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    Re: About my pick grip

    Everyone is a little different, but I think there are certain things that will put a "ceiling" on the technical side of playing. There is a good video on youtube where Chris Thile discusses his right...
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    Sierra Hull and Mike Barnett

    Anyone seen this video? This is incredible stuff. Tune is called Hopped the Train to Hudson written by Mike Barnett. Not sure if he was the full time fiddle player in her band at the time or was...
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    Re: "Still Inside" The Tony Rice Story

    I thoroughly enjoyed the book. I always knew Tony had some issues and always seemed like a "loner" for lack of a better term. It was really interesting to me to read his reaction to his colleagues...
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    Re: Improv From Scratch

    Crashing and burning is, in my opinion, the best way to learn improvisation. There's nothing that gets your attention more than messing up and hearing what doesn't work in the context of an actual...
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    Re: Manzanita

    If someone were just getting into bluegrass and asked me for a single album recommendation I would without hesitation say "Manzanita by Tony Rice", which is absolutely incredible considering it has...
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    Re: Punch Brothers chords, tabs and notes

    I don't have tab, but I do have a youtube video of myself playing it that is pretty close to the recording. I also uploaded a slow version of it a few years ago for someone who had asked. Not...
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    Re: The Open Road - B. Fleck

    I used to play this a lot with a band I was in, but it's been a while. I just messed around with it and can get through it. If all else fails let me know and I can upload a video of it to get you...
  21. Re: So I tried to improvise for the first time, live in a jam ses

    Grier is a master at that. I really appreciate that style of improvisation, but I also think that abandoning the melody is perfectly acceptable if the melody has already been established. I think...
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    That's fair. I think I misinterpreted your usage of the word fluff.
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    In an improvisational context I don't really agree with this. Especially for certain styles of music. Certainly playing around the melody is fine and good, but sometimes the situation either doesn't...
  24. Re: Help me choose a F-style mandolin in the $2500 - $3500 Range

    I have a Collings MF from around 2006 that is an absolute monster. I've played better mandolins, but they've been at least double the price. I'd seriously consider finding a used one as long as you...
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    Re: Punch Brothers new Album

    The musicianship is undeniable. My dad went with me, and we were discussing that after the show. They clearly have a lot of appeal to musicians, but even members of the audience with no knowledge of...
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