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    Default Barnes Walsh Gordy

    This just popped up this morning in my Youtube recommendations. Looks like I was the first view!


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    Saw them together about a year ago in Charlottesville VA. Great show by 3 of the best out there these days.

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    When did Joe get a Gilchrist F5?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Grieser View Post
    When did Joe get a Gilchrist F5?
    He's at least using one and it sounds great!
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    Crap. They are good. The improv at the end was out there and the rhythm mando was so strong, to say nothing of the break.
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    They're all great musicians, and I appreciated how forward in the mix the mandolin was. What a strong chop and very direct, just a great sound.

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