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    Total agreement with Gutbucket.
    I figured the gym would sound like a gym, with lots of echoes and sound terrible. NOT SO! Thanks to some great sound folks; thanks again Stacy & friends.

    I see that banjos are again invited to week 2 next year. Jens Kruger can make you like banjos again, trust me.

    I'm already working on Daybreak in Dixie for next year. Hey guys, can we hit a few more non-fiddle tunes next year? Maybe New Camptown Races, EMD, Southern Flavor, Rawhide, Big Mon, etc??

    See you later,
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    OK, Phil, I'm stumped. What's EMD? I'm sure I'll have an "Of course!" moment when you tell me, but for now I'm brain-fogged.

    And yes, the gym at SK was great. The fact that Stacy and Theresa could make a gym sound terrific (yes, gyms are full of acoustical nightmares) just goes to show how good they are.

    Yay! I can now actually *play* through an entire song--doing the melody AND chopping!
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    Early Morning Dew?
    A couple of mandolins
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    An Upright Bass
    Some banjos
    Wax Paper over a comb
    A Loar era Didjeridoo

    "I Never Wanted To Be A Barber. I Always Wanted To Be A Lumberjack !"

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    EMD by David Grisman. emd=eat my dust

    New Camptown Races will give people fits who don't like to play in "odd" keys.




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    A bit off topic, but mandobike, I too have a David Dart A model. Did you get the blond one? Where do you live?
    Cheers, Booie

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    OK, Gutbucket and 250 sc.......let's see what Phil chimes in with! (By the way, Gutbucket, a colleague here who knows I play the bass told me she's heard of the term "Gutbucket" for a WASHTUB bass!)

    And to Booie: Our David Dart is a darker wood. My husband, a legendary lurker on Mandolin Cafe, is the instrument collector in the family, and knows all the details about our Dart. I'll find out more and get back to you (if I remember to)
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    Quote Originally Posted by (Mandobike @ July 03 2008, 15:40)
    OK, Gutbucket and 250 sc.......let's see what Phil chimes in with! #(By the way, Gutbucket, a colleague here who knows I play the bass told me she's heard of the term "Gutbucket" for a WASHTUB bass!)

    And to Booie: #Our David Dart is a darker wood. #My husband, a legendary lurker on Mandolin Cafe, is the instrument collector in the family, and knows all the details about our Dart. #I'll find out more and get back to you (if I remember to) #
    That is a term for washtub bass. These were also used for slaughtering hogs. Scott T. didn't want me to use that for my username. To gory. But when I explained what the word meant in other terms, he relented. Great guy, that Scotty.
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    An Upright Bass
    Some banjos
    Wax Paper over a comb
    A Loar era Didjeridoo

    "I Never Wanted To Be A Barber. I Always Wanted To Be A Lumberjack !"

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    Quote Originally Posted by (Mandobike @ July 03 2008, 10:36)
    OK, Phil, I'm stumped. What's EMD? ...
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    Celia,

    250sc is correct. EMD stands for "eat my dust", a tune by Grisman. Chords: (Em C7) x 3 then A7 C7 B7. Kinda neat to try to solo over cause almost anything using G scale notes works!! Listen to it on youtube.

    Yeah, New Camptown Races is usually played in Bb. Time to stretch your abilities! Hey, you've got a YEAR to practice!

    Gutbucket: See you in 3 weeks at Augusta.



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    Back at ya Phil. Iceing down the Guiness.
    A couple of mandolins
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    An Upright Bass
    Some banjos
    Wax Paper over a comb
    A Loar era Didjeridoo

    "I Never Wanted To Be A Barber. I Always Wanted To Be A Lumberjack !"

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    OK; Phil, I *think* I had heard of EMD. But obviously I need to catch up on mandolin repertoire! I've heard New Camptown Races for years; I might be able to pick up that one a little quicker.

    So, Gutbucket, do you have a gutbucket--a washtub bass? I've seen and heard 'em played (they do sound "real!"), but have never tried one out myself. One washboard in our old-timey band here is enough.

    Boy, do I envy you guys going to Augusta! The rest of our summer is pretty quiet, until we head to the Delaware Valley Bluegrass Festival over Labor Day weekend. We will probably be taking the Hulking Teenager to some college visits this summer--maybe we can sneak in some festivals on the way (yeah; over his dead body!)
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    No gutbucket now, but I'll bet there's some parts in the garage.
    A couple of mandolins
    A couple guitars
    An Upright Bass
    Some banjos
    Wax Paper over a comb
    A Loar era Didjeridoo

    "I Never Wanted To Be A Barber. I Always Wanted To Be A Lumberjack !"

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