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"Ron--   Most early banjo photos show the bridge somewhere near the middle of the hea…"

Rob Morrison replied Apr 2, 2011 to Your advice re: a beginners fretless

7 Apr 4, 2011
Reply by Dan'l

"To the general discussion as to whether or not to abridge classic American literatur…"

Rob Morrison replied Mar 21, 2011 to The New Huck Finn

5 Mar 21, 2011
Reply by Rob Morrison

"Steve--   Bridges normally come in 1/2 inch and 5/8 inch heights.  Most modern bridg…"

Rob Morrison replied Mar 15, 2011 to Bridges

6 Mar 29, 2011
Reply by Bart McNeil

"Joel-- I did'nt mean to imply that "Sugar Cane Dance" was an early tune, but it is a…"

Rob Morrison replied Mar 12, 2011 to Why lowered bass Briggs tuning?

17 Mar 13, 2011
Reply by Tim Twiss

"Steve-- I've noticed over the years that many of the older tunes don't require the u…"

Rob Morrison replied Mar 11, 2011 to Why lowered bass Briggs tuning?

17 Mar 13, 2011
Reply by Tim Twiss

"Steve-- One way to skin this cat is to put a sleeve around the 5th string right wher…"

Rob Morrison replied Mar 9, 2011 to String 5 plinky

2 Mar 10, 2011
Reply by Steve Jeter

"Vince--   I get my gut strings from Bob Flesher.  They're a bit pricey, but I like t…"

Rob Morrison replied Mar 7, 2011 to Gut string advice

16 Mar 7, 2011
Reply by Vince Abadie

"Tim--   I'll just echo what everybody else is saying.  I haven't used anything but g…"

Rob Morrison replied Mar 6, 2011 to Gut string advice

16 Mar 7, 2011
Reply by Vince Abadie

"Tim--   I would like to second Ian's comment.  It's not just that I like books, whic…"

Rob Morrison replied Feb 24, 2011 to If you bought a book...

45 Mar 15, 2011
Reply by Dan'l

"Tim-- Joseph Weidlich has an excellent series of books with both music and tab.  It'…"

Rob Morrison replied Feb 23, 2011 to If you bought a book...

45 Mar 15, 2011
Reply by Dan'l

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