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Baritone Guitar for Flatpickin/Bluegrass
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Mark Milazzo Jun 6, 2011.

Pickers in Central New Jersey?
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Andrew Dec 5, 2010.

Hangman's Reel
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Larry Wisse Jan 5, 2011.

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Princeton Bluegrass Jam at Small World Coffee

February 8, 2015 from 7pm to 9pm
Traditional bluegrass jam every 2nd Sunday of the month.  All levels welcome. See More
Jan 17, 2015
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Jan 17, 2015
Mark Milazzo replied to Andrew's discussion Baritone Guitar for Flatpickin/Bluegrass
"Dan Crary used to use a custom baritone Taylor often. Gives you some more tonal options. If I remember correctly he was tuned D to D, and would capo at 2 for standard tuning."
Jun 6, 2011
Andrew posted a discussion

Baritone Guitar for Flatpickin/Bluegrass

Martin recently began making a Baritone Guitar tuned B to B.  Looks interesting.  Has anyone had a good experience using a baritone for flatpicking or bluegrass? 
Jun 5, 2011
Andrew left a comment for 1flatpicker
"No problem! "
Jan 17, 2011
1flatpicker left a comment for Andrew
"Hi Andrew,  thanks for the invite.  But Prinston is alittle too far.  It would be hour+plus 15 minutes each way.  I love in Turnersville where 42 and AC expressway meet.  I you see an email or member of the network who lives…"
Jan 16, 2011
Larry Wisse replied to Andrew's discussion Hangman's Reel
"It's a great tune. I play backup to Rick Thum on this several times per year. We play it in A. Have a look and listen.   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DXa2nMcOC9c"
Jan 5, 2011
Andrew left a comment for Joe Brice
"Thought you might be interested in hearing about Princeton Area Pickers, a new Meetup.com group . We hope to establish a regular bluegrass-old time-country jam in the Princeton area. Join us at http://www.meetup.com/Princeton-Area-Pickers/"
Dec 5, 2010

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At 11:06am on December 1, 2008, Monty Smith said…
Hey, Andrew,

Thanks. I don't know if I'm as advanced as you might think. I've been playing a long time, and I have messed with some fiddle tunes here and there. But mostly I've been a strum-and-sing guy. I've only just recently started focusing any real effort on flatpicking.

I'll give you a ring after the holidays when my schedule gets back to something hopefully resembling "normal."
At 7:28am on May 17, 2009, Monty Smith said…
Hi again, Andrew,

I am indeed interested in following up on getting together to pick. I'll send an email to the address you listed in the discussion thread.

--Monty
At 7:26am on January 16, 2011, 1flatpicker said…

Hi Andrew,  thanks for the invite.  But Prinston is alittle too far.  It would be hour+plus 15 minutes each way.  I love in Turnersville where 42 and AC expressway meet.  I you see an email or member of the network who lives near me!Please, forward him to me.  Mark mk11flo@comcast.net  Thanks

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