This article in Bluegrass Today pictures Noam holding what looks like an old Granada? Is he a Granada man now?
I'm sure he has quite the collection.
He sold his top tension. I'll try to find the interview, possibly a Fretboard Journal podcast
I saw that article too, however, in the latest Artistworks promo video, he seems to be playing it. Old footage? Got it back? Newer version?
He got his TB - 7 back. I forget where I heard/read that, but when he decided to sell it originally, he sold it to a friend, who was nice enough to sell it back to him when he wanted it back. He has quite the array of banjos to choose from. I got to play a Nechville that Tom custom made for him at Wintergrass a few years back. Tom had it there at the festival before shipping it out to him.
That's a pretty old photo. I think I heard he sold the Granada and reacquired the TB-7.
Last year at spbgma he was back playing an old top tension, not sure if it was the one he previously sold.
That is an old photo. I talked with him after a show a couple of years ago and he said he sold that Granada. He's back to playing the top tension now.
i got his new cd and im waiting for his other cd to come in
'2004 Gibson ESS' 2 hrs
'Cold and Frosty Morn' 3 hrs