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Discussion in 'Miscellaneous [BG]' started by Taylor Livingston, Jun 8, 2003.
My vote goes to Evo Bluestein.
Are you serious ???
If you are I would say one from the Carter Family...
that is too funny! Good one.
I grew up with banjos and autoharps and other sundry 'bluegrassian' instruments around the house, and have to say an autoharp can get some nice tones, huh? I've always kind of wanted to keep one around the studio. Never actually broke down and purchased one though.
Now, if Roland ever makes a V-autoharp...
In my experience, in addition to being the finest Autoharp player I've ever heard, Bryan Bowers is a really nice guy, too!
...and then there was that time...back in 1979...that I felt the need to play a chord...
I never gave much credit to autoharp as an instrument, but last month I was invited to play upright at a traditional music session and one of the players was an autoharp player named Drew Smith, who seems to be at least semi-known in the autoharp world. Dude can really play, we were doing some jazz and standards along with the traditional stuff. I was very impressed and came away looking at the instrument differently.