#1
Well, My grandpa has been into guitar ever since he was around 5, but I just found out that he was the guitarist for Tommy Cash (Johnny's brother). Here is a pic.

His name is Wanye Gray (they spelled it wrong).

http://www.countrylegend.com/cash%20crew%20four.htm
A vid of him playing
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EHbFOof9yEI

While I am not a big fan of country music, I find this to be very interesting.

That guitar in the video is also left for me in his will.
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#2
Cool family history! My grandpa was a pretty cool guy too. He immigrated from China to Canada in the early 1900's. One year before WWII, he opened up a violin shop(he made violins). I still have one of his violins but don't know if it sounds any good. Still waiting for my friend to restring it for me.
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#4
^Thank you.
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