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  • North Babylon, New York
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Favorite Flatpickers
Doc, Tony Rice, Norman Blake, Steve Kaufman, Jack Lawrence
Favorite Flatpicking Tunes
Salt Creek, Blacberry Blossom, Lonesome fiddler Blues, Shady Grove
Favorite Guitars
Ken Miller Mini Jumbo, Collings C10, Collings D2H, CB J
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I work to finance my two pastimes: guitar playing and fishing. I play guitar a hell of a lot more than I fish but I have more luck fishing.

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At 7:35pm on May 28, 2008, Gary Collier said…
Tom, good to see you here! See you in a couple of weeks... Gary
At 7:46pm on June 3, 2008, Gary Collier said…
Looking forward to seeing/playing your guitars. Maybe I should bring the CB along as I'm thinking about selling it... hmmmm??

Is it Kamp yet? I'm ready!
At 12:12pm on April 10, 2009, Greg Yavorsky said…
Hi Tom. Thanks for the add. I am selling my 06 D1AV sb (dark '37 style sunburst. ) I have a D1AV lefty varnish that I'm going to Austin to pick up in 2 weeks. The guitar is tremendously powerful. I'm not out to build a collection. I have one great Collings braz dread, and a '92 Gibson AJ with the top refinished in varnish for a festival guitar. In this economic climate I'm asking $3K plus shipping & insurance.
At 6:30pm on April 10, 2009, Greg Yavorsky said…
Hi Tom. The guitar is 1 3/4" at the nut, and 2 3/8th" string spacing at the bridge. This is the Collings "Vintage" spec. It is the big neck with a flare towards the 12th fret to give the wide spacing. V & mod V are Martin designations. Collings V stands for "vintage". This profile has enough V shape to be comfortable playing thumb-wrap F chords in first position. My best description of the neck is that it i not round shaped like a Collings C10 or Gibson. I find it very comfortable & soft rather than sharp under the thumb of the fretting hand (I would call it a soft or modified V) I copied this profile from my original 2000 D1AVL and my new varnish D1AV has a neck made off the template for this 06. There are 2 photos of it in my photos on my profile page. Thanks

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