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    Dave Van Ronk Puttin' his F-50R Through Its Paces

    Here's a goody featuring Dave Van Ronk plucking on his F-50R.
    "Sunday Street" his own composition.
    A real honest musician.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qzWl0lCZX74
    Last edited by Rich Cohen; 11-06-2017 at 09:56 PM.
    Westerly: 1973 F-512, 1976 G-41, 1993 JF-100NT CRV
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    Dave was the real deal. I wish I would have known of him when he was still around.

    Great video!

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    The a couple of good performance's DVD out there and a great bio too1

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    Looks like his F50r has a few cracks on the top, made to be played. Sounds exceedingly good though.

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    Check these DVDs

    Each one has a great sample clip:

    http://www.guitarvideos.com/Artists/dave-van-ronk

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    You know, I feel a little foolish about owning five guitars, when Dave Van Ronk appears to be playing just that F50R everywhere. Seems as though he played it most of his performing life. Anyone know?
    Westerly: 1973 F-512, 1976 G-41, 1993 JF-100NT CRV
    Nashville: 1997 45th Anniversary (#32 of 45)
    Corona: 2003 D-55 50th Anniversary Brz (#23 of 50)
    New Hartford: 2013 F-412 SB

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    He owned two and had been playing them since the mid 60's. Before that it was a Gibson J200 mostly.He was a good friend of Mark Dronge and check this out: https://www.namm.org/library/oral-hi...ew-mark-dronge

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    Thanks Rick for the history.
    Westerly: 1973 F-512, 1976 G-41, 1993 JF-100NT CRV
    Nashville: 1997 45th Anniversary (#32 of 45)
    Corona: 2003 D-55 50th Anniversary Brz (#23 of 50)
    New Hartford: 2013 F-412 SB

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich Cohen View Post
    Thanks Rick for the history.
    YEAH ditto that.
    Al
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