Yes, we do have some great local pickin'. There have been a lot of well know pickers thru here as well, Jim Hurst, Norman Blake, Bryan Sutton and Tony Rice to name a few.
I play a Collins D2H that I bought new in 1991. It has great tone now and seems to improve each year. That's it in the picture.
Never been up east before but there seems to be lots of BG up there.
Keep on Pickin'
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