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"I read that the Geisha are taught to play through such nerves by having them soak th…"

Brian Kimerer replied Sep 8, 2016 to Beginner Repertoire

7 Sep 9, 2016
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"Jim Bollman at the Music Emporium told me that my Fairbanks & Cole was probably…"

Brian Kimerer replied May 25, 2016 to Ladies Banjos

1 May 25, 2016
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"I have a set of Nylgut strings on my Fairbanks & Cole A-scale that I put on it i…"

Brian Kimerer replied May 20, 2016 to Nylgut strings....

10 May 20, 2016
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"Earl Scruggs turned Soldier's Joy into Old Folks. Old Folks is one of the tunes that…"

Brian Kimerer replied May 15, 2016 to Old Tunes DNA

6 May 24, 2016
Reply by Chris Prieto

"Strum! I have been following you on various forums (fora?) now for years. I saw you…"

Brian Kimerer replied Apr 27, 2016 to Confessions of a slacker ? (boo hoo)

7 Apr 28, 2016
Reply by Strumelia

"The pianoforte is equal tempered as well, and he said that the effect was obvious on…"

Brian Kimerer replied Mar 27, 2016 to Pitch and Tuning

117 Apr 9, 2016
Reply by Wes Merchant

"I looked it up in Helmholtz, "On the Sensations of Tone" (1954 edition). He addresse…"

Brian Kimerer replied Mar 26, 2016 to Pitch and Tuning

117 Apr 9, 2016
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"Actually, the different sounds for the different keys show up more in equal temperam…"

Brian Kimerer replied Mar 26, 2016 to Pitch and Tuning

117 Apr 9, 2016
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"So, if the Sweeney banjo and the Boucher banjo were not played by professionals, wha…"

Brian Kimerer replied Mar 23, 2016 to Pitch and Tuning

117 Apr 9, 2016
Reply by Wes Merchant

"Interesting article. Thanks for the link. I will have to read it in detail later to…"

Brian Kimerer replied Mar 13, 2016 to Tight tuning pegs

9 Mar 13, 2016
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