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    Quietly Making Noise Dave Greenspoon's Avatar
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    Default Re: Stan Jay, Pioneer of Vintage Instrument Fame Fighting For His

    Played a meh Loar there...and a Monteleone that made me weep it was so good. Still have the t-shirt....
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    Default Re: Stan Jay, Pioneer of Vintage Instrument Fame Fighting For His

    Andy was bonding with a new Aleyas when I caught his show at the synagogue in mid September, 2019 (I did not take this picture). He was pretty smitten with it and it sounded great, of course. Pretty much any mandolin he's playing is going to sound good. He's been moving around on a variety of mandolins for awhile. Might have something by now. May be awhile before we find out at the rate the world is unfolding at the moment.

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    Default Re: Stan Jay, Pioneer of Vintage Instrument Fame Fighting For His

    I was in the store once when Ricky Skaggs came in to buy a Loar.
    Another time this guy walks in with 2 instruments cases. Upon Stan opening them, was a prewar Gibson banjo and and Martin K5 Uke. The guy just bought a house on Staten Island and in the attic were 5 of the same banjo and 4 of the same Uke. (or visa versa). I guess that took care of his down payment.

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