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Aaron Smith

Aaron Smith

I ordered my first pro-grade instrument, the Beartooth, in 2000 based on a recommendation from the folks at Acoustic Outfitters.  That served me quite well for 6 years and I learned quite a bit on that instrument.  Having a good axe really can help make you a better player.  Then I got the itch for a different sound, a little drier, more woody, and punchier.  I was lucky enough to get a great deal on this Yellowstone.  I wasn't planning on buying for a while but there it was and there I got it.  And there I am supremely happy with the tone, playability, volume, fit/finish, comfort.  You guys probably hear a lot of that kind of stuff.

I'm living overseas (life in the US Foreign Service) and miss the great US pickin' festivals.  My mandolin helps keeps me grounded.  Spent a couple years in Bolivia and am now in Romania and soon to be Sri Lanka.

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