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Thanks, Chris. It's a smaller one, about six inches at its base and about 8 inches high. I tried several that the seller had and found one that wasn't too brittle sounding. Beads not shells.
Yes, and everything is in the key of G and D, so they play like butter on banjo's, which I suggest they were already starting to do by the late 18th, early 19th centuries. Also supports a Brigg's banjo pitch over the Rice.
Nice and lively yet graceful.
That's got a wonderful feel to it!
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