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  1. [ATTACH=CONFIG]n31761711[/ATTACH] Swirlygig - giving mic stands everywhere full employment!
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  2. Eventide has a new distortion for the H9 pedal
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  3. [ATTACH=CONFIG]n31761703[/ATTACH] Dave Smith Instruments OB-6 module. Dave is really at the top of his game these days...people just love the sound of his synths, and with good reason.
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  4. Leslie speakers - the only company in the world that doesn't get a letter from lawyers when they use the word "Leslie"
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  5. This is for Phil O'Keefe - a gaggle of Telefunkens
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  6. [ATTACH=CONFIG]n31761692[/ATTACH] Serenity now - instruments from Serenity Tibet. Given the general cacophony at NAMM, a little serenity is always welcome.
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  7. Yamaha's Montage line is getting very high marks from keyboard players
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  8. The do-wop and soul guys with the great falsettos brought the technique into popular music from roots in gospel. One of the all-time greats, Claude Jeter with the Swan Silvertones - just an incredible voice - listen through, 'cause he really gets it on starting about halfway through.... [YOUTUBE]v9Ffy5VL4ps[/YOUTUBE] nat whilk ii
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  9. Not exactly falsetto, but it is that "high lonesome" sound that you hear frequently in bluegrass. John Duffy (the mandolin player in the Country Gentlemen and the Seldom Scene) did this to a tee. You can hear it real well on this performance of "Wait a Minute" by John with the Seldom Scene. [video=youtube;3Rps80QdDtM]
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  10. Dr. Ralph Stanley (awarded an honorary Doctorate of Music from Lincoln Memorial University in Harrogate, Tennessee in 1976) will be truly missed. It was wonderful to hear his voice again in 'O Brother Where Art Thou?" That movie introduced a lot of folks to old timey and bluegrass music, and many heard Ralph Stanley for the first time and became fans. His son (Ralph Stanley II) is still carrying on the tradition.
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  11. I know Ive been talking to some of you guys on here about the purchase I was thinking about, well here it is. 1962 Harmony Rocket .png.197c47f720636f02390cc2b0a33804da.png' alt='smiley-veryhappy'> Its truly truly an awesome guitar, it looks beautiful and it sounds even more awesome with the vintage gold foils. I roll back the tone and some volume and I can't believe the sound that comes out of this. I don't even know why I ever thought about getting something newer. This one is gonna be with me for a long time thats for sure.
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  12. Unreal mojo on that thing. Congrats!
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  14. Looks to be in really good shape for it's age. Those pickups are cool the tone you describe makes me truly envious. ENJOY
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