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More Than You Really Wanted To Know About the Dobro By Ken Brown April 11, 1995 INTRODUCTION: The Dobro as a Misunderstood Stepchild The sixth member of the bluegrass family of instruments (the orphan child that Bill Monroe still refuses to recognize) and the only one invented in America, the dobro is still the least understood. Comments like 'Wow! Lookit the action on them strings!' Or basic questions like 'Say, how do you tune that thing, anyway?'
Indicate the average picker or onlooker doesn't know much about the dobro. And it never fails to surprise me when I find that even seasoned bluegrass veterans (and I'm talking here about folks who have won banjo contests, played in for decades in the top amateur bands, and have worked in the recording studio) don't know very much at all about the dobro, unless they happen to play one (questions like 'Hey! What's that thing?' Are an immediate tip-off). This essay on dobrology will, I hope, fill in some of those knowledge gaps, but most of all may help you, as banjo, guitar, mandolin, bass, or fiddlepickers to interact with those of us who, as Waldo Otto of the Trailblazers likes to say, 'have a metal block.'
And at the end of this essay you'll find a list of recommended readings. Much of this essay is based on those sources, and the rest is based a personal viewpoint that comes from 15 years of opinionated dobro picking.