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nicneufeld

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What? Such as a non intonated(OK so the word does not exist....) Karaj.....?
LOL! Yes, Tony K's bass blocks were in short supply a century ago!

Another example, imagine the kind of guitars, say, Robert Johnson played on. The old maxim holds true for just about any stringed instrument..."tone is in the fingers".
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Wow, what great response on this forum. I have decided to buy and KEEP the Radha Krishna Sharma sitar from AACM, and it is a beautiful instrument.
Thanx AACM! :mrgreen:
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I'm confident you've made the right decision, especially considering the selling point - AACM. Congrats on getting ( and keeping ) your new baby. Take good care of it. Keep it warm, loved and protected. You can even call it "George" ! ! !
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I'm confident you've made the right decision, especially considering the selling point - AACM. Congrats on getting ( and keeping ) your new baby. Take good care of it. Keep it warm, loved and protected. You can even call it "George" ! ! !
So it's a Rabbit Krishna Sharma!
My sitars make me feel like Lenny from time to time....Though my basses make me feel like Lemmy from tme to time.... :twisted:
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