Difference between revisions of "Bass Stringed Instruments Used in Early Country Blues Sessions"

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This article primarily addresses 'informal', or 'home made', string bass instruments used in early recording sessions. The article does not discuss, except in passing, manufactured string bass (double bass), or wind instruments such as the jug. Primary source for the session data is [[Dixon, Robert M. W., Godrich, John, and Rye, Howard: Blues And Gospel Records 1890 - 1943, Fourth Edition|Blues And Gospel Records 1890 - 1943, Fourth Edition]]
  
 
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This article primarily addresses 'informal', or 'home made', string bass instruments used in early recording sessions. The article does not discuss, except in passing, manufactured string bass (double bass), or wind instruments such as the jug. Primary source for the session data is Blues And Gospel Records 1890 - 1943, Fourth Edition