The Earls of Leicester Dim Lights at the Ryman

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I love this band and the tone Jerry gets on his pre-war dobro. Almost as much as the song, I enjoyed Jerry's introduction of the band members afterwards. Pretty sure you all will too!

New Introduction: Pedal Dobro!

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Introduced recently at Summer NAMM 2014 in Nashville, here is a video of Zane King playing a pedal resonator guitar from Jackson Steel Guitars, the family owned company that had been Sho-Bud back in the day.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rNQusOIzZxo

You can see some other interesting new products from Jackson in the link below including a pedal lap steel and a pedal bass. . I don't know about the other instruments in terms of the manufacturing aspect, but the pedal electric bass guitar is going to be produced by Roman Guitars of Las Vegas.

Jackson Steel Guitars has been really thinking outside the box with some of their introductions in the past several years.  

http://jacksonsteelguitar.com/

Josh Graves, Mike Auldridge & Jerry Douglas: Fireball

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Where has this one been hiding - wow! I have never seen this before and someone posted it just a few days ago on YouTube. And there are others from the same program. 

Jerry, still in his Giant Eyeglasses Period, on his Jones. Josh, also playing what appears to be an R.Q. Jones, decked out in his finest regalia, and Mike with the required crease of his jeans and playing one of his Regal-built Model 37s. This is an amazing dobrolic find. Should be added to The Dobro Wing at The Library of Congress.

 

Andy Hall and Roosevelt Collier playing "Reuben's Train"

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Andy Hall from the Infamous Stringdusters and Roosevelt Collier from the Lee Boys playing the song "Reuben's Train".