Posted by blockader
- Play count: 587
Size: 3,454kb, uploaded 3/28/2011 6:09:16 PM
Genre: Old Time / Playing Style: Clawhammer and Old-Time
A brief comparison of the Grover compensated bridge that was on my Ome Juniper originally with the Romero bridge Jason made for me. I play three songs, as similarly as possible, in 3 different tunings with the first example of each being the Grover bridge and the subsequent being the Romero. The first is Mole in the Ground in Double C, the second is Shady Grove (including an up the neck portion) in G modal, and the last is Colored Aristocracy in Open G. I didn't shoot for flawless playing as my main purpose was to showcase the very different sound of the Romero since i don't think many folks are using his bridges on non-Romero banjos. I also didn't have all day to get them perfect haha.
John Kuhn Says:
Thursday, March 31, 2011 @9:32:32 AM
Enjoyed your pickin and doing a feq. analysis!
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