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Aus Boulder / Colorado (USA)

OME OPEN-BACK banjos capture the spirit and flavor of the classic late 19th and early 20th-century instruments while incorporating modern improvements in construction,

playability, and tone.

 

 

Traumhafte ästhetische Banjos - sehr feine Verarbeitung & toller Klang

Ab sofort in der NAG antestbereit!

Folgende Modelle sind eingetroffen:

OME Alpha Bluegrass Banjo: verkauft!

OME Mira Open Back: 3890 €

OME Prime Rose Open Back: 4890 €

 

Ab sofort öffnet die NAG jeden 2. Sonntag im Monat die Türe von 12 Uhr bis 16 Uhr!

 

Perfekte Zeit, um entspannt Instrumente in einem gemütlichen Ambiente

 auszuprobieren....zu jammen....zu fachsimpeln

 

 

 

Unglaublicher Ton! Tolles Design!

6990 €

Von diesem Modell wird es nur 30 Stück geben!

 

Nechville Musical Products celebrates Tom Nechville's thirtieth year as a banjo builder with a special edition anniversary banjo, called the "XXX'.

 

 

XXX Features:

  • Phantom peghead with cocobolo peghead overlay
  • XXX peghead inlay
  • Cocobolo truss rod cover
  • AAAA Curly Maple
  • Cocobolo binding with black-white stripe
  • Special Nechville 30th Anniversary 30 hole tone ring with Cyclotronics
  • Graph Tech Black Tusq Nut
  • Ebony fingerboard
  • Tunneled fifth string
  • Rolling Fifth String Nut
  • Galaxy inlay with "E=MC2" at seventh fret
  • "30th" inlay at 19th fret
  • EVO fret wire
  • Smoke Chrome Heli-Mount frame
  • Smoke Chrome tuners with amber buttons
  • Smoke Chrome tailpiece and thumbscrews
  • Cocobolo truss rod cover
  • Nebula Black Northern Lights finish
  • Renaissance head
  • Cocobolo Comfort Beveled Armrest
  • Spikes at 7-8-9-10
  • Enterprise bridge
  • Three ply maple rim
  • Premium Hard Shell Case, with Adjustment Tools
  • Lifetime Warranty on all Nechville Acoustics

 

Die erste Preston Thompson D 28 Herringbone Gitarre in der NAG!

 

 

 

Modell: D-PA Herringbone Dreadnought

Hier einige Details:

Neck: Honduran Mahogany

Truss Rod: Single Action 14

fretPeghead Logo: Thompson MOP

Neck width: Nut: 1 11/16

12th fret: 2 1/4

String Spacing: 2 5/16

Thickness: Standard Soft V

ShapeBack and Sides: Panama Rosewood

Inlay: Slotted Diamonds and Squares

Scale: 25.4"

Top: Adirondack SpruceTop

Purfling: herrinbone

Top Bracing pattern: Forward Shifted XTop

Bracing: 1930's scalloped Adirondack

Back Bracing: Adirondack

Tuning Machines: Waverly Nickel Butter Bean Open

Pickguard: Dalmatian Greven

 

Mehr Info über Preston Thompson: Preston Thompson Guitars 

Neuer Katalog Herbst/Winter 2016: https://www.flipsnack.com/thompsonguitars/fallwinter-2016-catalog.html

 

Neues Modell - All Koa 12 Fret O

The new 0 model makes its debut to the lineup with this beautiful all Koa guitar. Finished with a traditional egg white pore filler and bound in Brazilian Rosewood, this little stunner sounds as good as it looks!

 

 

 

Ab sofort im Web Shop der NAG erhältlich!

 

David Grisman Sextet

 Hi-Def Del & Dawg Live! (2 cd set) - Del McCoury & David Grisman

DAWG MUSIC BOOKS
AVAILABLE HERE

 

ACD 84
THE DAVID GRISMAN SEXTET
David Grisman Sextet

The David Grisman Sextet

In 1976 the newly-formed David Grisman Quintet recorded the first album of dawg music, an acoustic blend of many styles and traditions. Now forty years later that music continues to evolve with this first recording of the David Grisman Sextet. Many faces, hearts and hands have changed but the musical vision is still intact — the Dawg's own music.

This release, the first album of Grisman originals in a decade, features dawg veterans Jim Kerwin (bass), Matt Eakle (flute), George Marsh (drums), new members Chad Manning (fiddle) and George Cole (guitar) and the Dawg himself. The tunes and arrangements offer the widest range of influences from swing and jazz to bluegrass, latin, funk and even old-time and ragtime! Don't miss this latest exciting chapter in Dawg music history!

David Grisman - mandolin, banjo-mandolin
Jim Kerwin - bass
Matt Eakle - flute, bass flute, kazoo, penny whistle
George Marsh - drums, percussion
Chad Manning - fiddle
George Cole - guitar

 

ACD 83
DEL & DAWG LIVE!
Tunes and Tales by Del McCoury and David Grisman

Del McCoury met David Grisman at the first show Del played (on banjo) with Bill Monroe on February 8, 1963 at New York University in Greenwich Village. Three years later, Del & Dawg played their first gig together in Troy, NY at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

For decades they have shared stages at venues and festivals across the country, and in 2014 began the unique duo collaboration heard on this recording. Del & Dawg Live! celebrates the continuing 53-year bluegrass friendship of these two legendary musicians.

The 23 tunes include bluegrass classics, original instrumentals and a special medley dedicated to their late friend and musical cohort, banjo innovator Bill Keith.

 

 

 

 
 
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