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    Re: The Brilliance of Dawg

    Not even mentioning the other amazing musicians that played with some of the early quintet-era albums, we'd never have the Jazz/space-grass era of Tony Rice without his first playing in the DGQ--...
  2. Re: F5 Upgrade Guidance - Gibson, Collings, Northfield

    I can't imagine much more fun than weekend spent in Nashville at Carter Vintage and Gruhn with a $7,500 budget and playing every single individual instrument knowing that I'm walking away with THE...
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    Re: David Surette's health

    Virtually met David during the pandemic at an online camp Matt Flinner set up, and it was a highlight for me-- both because of his fun personality and because I'd never heard music from Bretagne...
  4. Thread: Bag or case

    by KEB
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    Re: Bag or case

    I got a Gator gig bag for Christamas and it's great. I use a toneguard and strap in it no problem (a-style, but don't see how an F would mess that up. The bag is much more sturdy than the...
  5. Re: Stephen Perry updates, shop running again, located N. Va.

    Mid-atlantic needs more quality folk instruments- I got an Eastman from you quite a while ago and it served me well until I moved on to a Silverangel. I'm up in DE but if I need any setup work, it'll...
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    Re: Fiddle Tune Chord Change Book

    Reminds me of my favorite bluegrass joke--

    Why do fiddle tunes have names?

    So you can tell them apart.
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    Re: Andy Statman Bought A Loar F5!

    That album is one of the most perfect expressions of a person's unique musical backgrounds and voices out there. It could have been created by nobody other than Andy Statman and is one of those rare...
  8. Thread: Road trip music

    by KEB
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    Re: Road trip music

    I once took a winter night "shortcut" through some backcountry roads in WV listening to that album (and the similar Twilight Zone album the dead recorded for the 80s remake). I was trying to cut out...
  9. Re: Songs/tunes that drive our partners (and families) crazy!

    Not quite the same, but I had to stop playing Deep River Blues because my GF hates hearing me sing "My old gal's a good ole gal, she looks like a waterfowl when I've got them deep river blues"
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    Re: Lyon & Healy Mandobass

    The one and only mandobass that doesn't look absolutely terrible-- a complete white whale. .
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    Re: Am I seeing more A style mandolins?

    I blame the cafe-- 15-20 years ago, the person that knew the most of anyone about mandolin was that guy at the Jam who looked down on anyone who didn't have a Gibson F5 and everyone wanted to be like...
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    Re: Which way do musicians make more money?

    Hey! I bought one of those 1,000 CDs (home-made self-burned and I think maybe a sharpie instead of a label?) at shows years and years and years ago-- well before I started playing at a Gig at Big...
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    Re: Which way do musicians make more money?

    Don & Sgarity, I had .35 cents per stream in the above calculation or .0035 dollars... so yeah, you don't get much. The 120 streams was 120 full album streams or 1,400+ song streams to get close to a...
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    Re: Which way do musicians make more money?

    According to a random google, it looks like Artists make about $5-6 per album sale on iTunes-- I believe that probably omits what the record label gets, so I'm going to be generous with about $5.00...
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    Re: Which way do musicians make more money?

    What does that mean exactly? A full album stream every day for the rest of your life? Say an album is 12 tracks and you're listening to the entire album every day for a full year-- that's 4,380...
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    Re: "What's That Sound?" Del McCoury jam

    A little late to the party, but this is also basically the core group from Delfest Academy instructors-- It rotates a bit, but Gibson Brothers, Sierra Hull, McCourys are all regulars, so they spend a...
  17. Thread: iReal Pro Charts

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    Re: iReal Pro Charts

    Wowzers Scott-- thanks.
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    Re: Sierra Hull- tone tips video

    I got mine as a Christmas gift from the kids about 7-8 or more years ago with my initials on it, so it's precious to me and I'm careful with it. I keep a few Proplecs around too because they're about...
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    Re: Chris Henry Mandolin Lessons

    As an FYI- many of these are available via Don Julinís Mandolins Heal The World.

    Not sure if itís a complete list, but there are a bunch in there. Worth getting your free trial to see whatís...
  20. Re: Sierra Hull & Mike Seal - Goldberg Variation #5

    Wow-- I'd definitely pay for a full album of this. Glenn Gould eat your heart out.
  21. Thread: Thank you, Eastman

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    Re: Thank you, Eastman

    I ordered an Eastman years ago from a MC partner, and it arrived in great shape with no broken parts, no finish issues, and no problems. I never reached out to them, and they never got back to me. ...
  22. Re: Article: Two Classic Out-of-Print Emory Lester Recordings Re-

    Excited to have these available via streaming-- some really great tunes that have been very hard to find.
  23. Thread: If you jam . . . .

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    Re: If you jam . . . .

    If it's not bluegrass, then roll with whatever chords sound/feel good!
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    Re: A Question for National RM1 Owners

    Not in mine, but mine doesn't travel too much.
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    Re: Andy Statman recovering

    Just finished listening to his interview in the Mandolins and Beer podcast last week. I don't think there's another piece of music as intensely personal as Statman's Old Brooklyn-- I don't believe...
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