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    Default Re: Bryan Sutton on mandolin?!?

    We were just talking about this at our jam last night - how it's pretty common for BG players to be multi-instrumentalists. Its not unheard of in other genres either, but you see it a lot in BG.

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    Here's another from the show with Billy Strings...


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    Default Re: Bryan Sutton on mandolin?!?

    Billy Strings is also a pretty good mandolin picker.
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    I didn't realize that Bryan played the mandolin, or that Nick Forster played guitar. Nice!

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