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March 30, 2012
Oh my, how you will forever be missed... R.I.P. Earl Scruggs, you were one of a kind Banjo player I loved to hear you play no one could ever play as good as you... you had the gift for playing... it came natural to you... Thank you! God bless The Scruggs Family
March 30, 2012
R.I.P. Earl, best banjo player ever... God bless you and your family and may all there good memories help them in there sorrow... Thanks for the wonderful years of your music and forever your music will be with everyone!
March 30, 2012
What a loss! And, yet, what a great blessing and treasure. I was never the same after I learned "Scruggs Picking" on my banjo. He handed me a lifetime of fun. But mostly, he gave me a lifetime of joy to experience while listening to all the amazing, wonderful, and downright stunning sounds he produced with his banjo.

How fortunate we are!
March 30, 2012
I grew up listening to Earl Scruggs' bluegrass music with my daddy. We saw him in person, and from that moment on, I knew he was the best banjo picker there was. Earl mastered the banjo.

One request, Earl: Pick your banjo in heaven and play a good song for my daddy!
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