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Check out this site for high quality acuostic music. Also some interesting video, of Alex De Grassi playing a 39-string harp-sympitar.
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Blue Coast Records just released 2 new 96K downloads of a live in the studio performance at:
Blue Coast Records - Special Event 09 April 2009.
Nice!
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sounds pretty good
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more downloads at Blue Coast Records!

Hey, another Special Event was posted with 96K downloads. 5 more from a Live in the Studio recording, and most of the Blue Coast Collection!

Blue Coast Records - Special Event 02 May 2009

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A pal has a very similar guitar to the one that DeGrassi is playing in the video. In fact, it might be the same instrument. I know that they play together (or at least DeGrassi is very kind to my pal in helping him to get gigs).

I was very skeptical when I heard about this guitar - mainly because I thought that the "sympathetic" strings would be silly. It turns out that it is a sweet sound and really opened my eyes to different types of instrument.

Thanks for the links!
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have you heard Jason McGuire playing Flamenco guitar? check this out. amazing.
Blue Coast Records - Jason McGuire

it's a huge file, but worth it.
the 96K files sound amazing.
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Bumping this thread.

Check out the sample streaming track of "Looking For a Home" by Keith Greeniger. (or the whole CD, for that matter)

Blue Coast Records - Blue Coast Collection 24bit/96kHz Downloads!

Clarity is just mind blowing!

Expensive, but man, some things like this are worth paying for...
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New song at Blue Coast With Keith Greeninger

Check this thread out!
Blue Coast Records - Keith Greeninger & Dayan Kai

A new song with Keith Greeninger and Dayan Kai... actually, the same song with 2 versions to choose from.

I prefer #1. What do you think?

These guys are amazing and the sound is incredible!
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Yep! All the Blue Coast Records sound great, especially in high-res! Check-'em out if you haven't already done so! Happy Listening!

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