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TerryT
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I was born with nothing,
and to my surprise I still have most of it left!

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OMG Terry... he's awesome!1st-place

 

I COULD LISTEN TO THAT TRACK FOR HOURS!

 

Great share buddy...cheers

he plays so easy and smooth and pretty good with those loopers too.

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That was soooooo good.....wow.... I am so impressed..... fantastic!!!!!!   Wow...I am inspired at  941 in the morning....that is really rare these days..

Vibrato Desperato.... Desperately seeking vibrato

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awesome, so much to learn here! The guy has only been playing for a week too! lol. Many hours of dedication im sure...Wow.

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I certainly can't vouch for the length of time he's been playing, how many hours he's practiced or how many other instruments he's fluent with. I can say with certainty, his apparent skill level with his violin is well beyond mine and his music is a relaxing fluid.

"I find your lack of Fiddle, disturbing" - Darth Vader

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wanabfidler
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Loven it I heard a we bit of Celtic influence hope to b that good by the time im 70 with some help from FM and y'all

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Fiddlestix
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I love that style, it does sound a bit celtic.  I'm intrigued by pick-up around his fiddle. Is that just strapped on with like Velcro ?       dunno

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Fiddlerman said

http://fiddlershop.com/the-ban.....viola.html

Is it good? Feels like it should influence the sound from the violin when it sits tight around it.

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Certainly sounds good. It's going on my Christmas list!

Now if only I can buy the skills to go with it......

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Awesome... Look's and sound's like it perform's much better than a talking greeting card attached.

 

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Fiddlerman
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It's good and practical. Only takes a few seconds to get it on your fiddle. It doesn't seem to affect the vibrations too much. Probably the "Realist" transducer is better but I don't like having to loosen the strings and lift the bridge every time I use it.

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