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  1. Fretboard Journal Podcast 30: David Grisman Interview | The Fretboard Journal: Keepsake magazine for guitar collectors

    The long awaited return of the Fretboard Journal’s podcasts. This week, editor Marc Greilsamer talks to incredible mandolinist David Grisman. Grisman, as many FJ readers know, was the cover story of our very first issue…some five years ago. He also interviewed Chris Thile for us in issue 10.

    http://www.fretboardjournal.com/podcast/fretboard-journal-podcast-30-david-grisman-interview

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  2. Podcast 67: Chris Martin of Martin Guitars | The Fretboard Journal: Keepsake magazine for guitar collectors

    Martin Guitars is celebrating its 180th year in business. The venerable, family-owned company is also the subject of two new books and a forthcoming 2014 exhibit at the Met. On this week’s podcast, we talk to Martin CEO Chris Martin (C.F. Martin IV) about Martin’s place in guitar history and much more.

    http://www.fretboardjournal.com/podcast/podcast-67-chris-martin-martin-guitars

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  3. Podcast 55: Luthier TJ Thompson | The Fretboard Journal: Keepsake magazine for guitar collectors

    When it comes to repairing vintage Martin guitars, TJ Thompson is, quite simply, one of the best. He’s repaired famous instruments played by some of the biggest names in music and has brought seemingly basket case guitars back to life. He also builds his own Martin-style guitars, which command five digit prices.

    http://www.fretboardjournal.com/podcast/podcast-55-luthier-tj-thompson

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  4. Podcast 59: Stan Jay of Mandolin Bros. | The Fretboard Journal: Keepsake magazine for guitar collectors

    On this week’s podcast, we talk to Stan Jay, founder of Staten Island’s Mandolin Brothers. Jay is considered one of the foremost experts on vintage instruments, but, as he tells us this week, it all started in 1971 with a bag of banjo parts he was able to flip for a tidy profit.

    http://www.fretboardjournal.com/podcast/podcast-59-stan-jay-mandolin-bros

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  5. Podcast 41: CITES, the Lacey Act and the Gibson Guitars Raid | The Fretboard Journal: Keepsake magazine for guitar collectors

    This week we talk to John Thomas, the FJ’s very own Field Editor and a professor at Quinnipiac University School of Law, and get a crash course on CITES, the Lacey Act and the recent raid of the Gibson Guitars factory.  Thomas does his best to walk us through the confusing laws and treaties that could affect guitarists and guitar manu

    http://www.fretboardjournal.com/podcast/podcast-41-cites-lacey-act-and-gibson-guitars-raid

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  6. Fretboard Journal Podcast 36: Vintage Gibson Historian Joe Spann | The Fretboard Journal: Keepsake magazine for guitar collectors

    In May of 2011, Joe Spann will release Spann’s Guide to Gibson 1902-1941, a new book on vintage Gibson guitars, mandolins and banjos that may very well rewrite how we classify, age and think about these wonderful instruments.

    http://www.fretboardjournal.com/podcast/fretboard-journal-podcast-36-vintage-gibson-historian-joe-spann

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  7. Fretboard Journal Podcast 35: Noam Pikelny and Gabe Witcher of the Punch Brothers | The Fretboard Journal: Keepsake magazine for guitar collectors

    Our 35th podcast features 2/5ths of the Punch Brothers: banjo great Noam Pikelny and fiddle virtuoso Gabe Witcher. We caught up with the pair right before the PB’s show at Seattle’s Showbox Theater on March 15, 2011. We asked them about the instruments they’re using on this tour as well as their future recording plans.

    http://www.fretboardjournal.com/podcast/fretboard-journal-podcast-35-noam-pikelny-and-gabe-witcher-punch-brothers

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