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The guitarist performs on his new Bourgeois Slope D 35, with Rob Ickes.
December 20, 2019

Bourgeois Guitars recently build a custom Slope D 35 for guitarist and songwriter Trey Hensley. This clip gives a stunning glimpse of Trey during his first-ever performance with his new guitar. Accompanied by Rob Ickes on dobro, these two are pushing the limits of modern bluegrass music. This video was taken during the Rob and Trey performance at the World of Bluegrass Festival in Raleigh, North Carolina in fall 2019.

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