The restoration of Scotty Stoneman's fiddle
Some of the most popular articles we have published in recent years have been about older instruments and the bluegrass artists who have owned them. With a life cycle of several hundred years for fiddles, and many guitars, mandolins, and banjos approaching the 100 year mark, it's not uncommon for notable instruments to be owned by more than one prominent picker over the course of its existence.
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