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Sample - Birch plywood Davis bridge

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Size: 244kb, uploaded 1/20/2015 5:10:46 PM
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A little bit of Roll In My Sweet Baby's Arms played on a 70's Gibson RB250 belonging to Jerry Rabun, aka xnavyguy. It has a Tony Pass Rim in it and an unusual bridge made of birch plywood with a bubinga cap that Jerry had Steve Davis build for him. Aside from the unusual (oddball) materials, Jerry also had Steve shift the string slots off center towards the treble side. Our theory here is that the shifted string slots result in a more pronounced note attack.

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