Rogue Riddle 1094 - Winner Declared and Answers Revealed

Lars Hanson

    There were four players this week.  Jim E. was the first, with Doug G. right on his heels. Gary R. quickly weighed in with 8 clean kills, and had all ten riddle solved in just a little over one day!  Gary H. entered the fray late, but still did well, finishing just behind Doug G. 
    Well done to Gary R.  
    Gary Reeve will host Rogue Riddle #1095 this coming weekend.
    As expected, these riddles fell rather quickly.
    The riddle statistics currently are as follows:
4 correct         1:   5
3 correct         6:   3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9
2 correct         1:   1
1 correct         2:   2, 10
    Quite obviously, this week’s theme was musical instruments.  Answers are below.
Rogue Riddle #1094
Instrumental in Recovery
    This week’s Rogue Riddle consists of ten riddles, each of which has two answers.  There is a particular theme this week, and twigging to it will help guide guesses.
    Sample riddle:
Q:  An involved punster?
    The riddle will run until 5:00 p.m. EDT on Wednesday.  As usual, the first person to solve all the riddles will be declared the winner.  If no one has solved all the riddles by 5:00 p.m. EST on Wednesday, the one with the most correct answers will be declared the winner and will host Rogue Riddle #1095 next week.
    As with previous riddle sets, the word BLANK can replace more than one word.  In other words, seeing the word BLANK does not indicate how many words should replace the word BLANK.  Further, the article preceding the word “blank” will always be “a,” never “an,” regardless of he punned word.
    Now, on to the riddles.
1.  The stream was a great lace for fishing.  The man took his boat out, anchored in his favorite spot, and cast the lure into he water, hoping to catch a BLANK.
2.  He joined the string section, but did not mix as well with the ladies because of his indelicate language.  He quickly was thrown out because of his BLANK comments.
       LUTE / LEWD
3.  What did Ms. Barton used to keep here hair up?  A BLANK, of course!
4.  The orchestra’s string section was quite crowded, yet they still managed to add a one more instrument.  There’s always room for BLANK. 
      CELLO / JELL-O (or JELLO)
5.  Another member of the orchestra was arrested to protect the public.  It turned out he had a long record of BLANK.
    (Jim Ertner had an even better answer:  SAX AND VIOLINS / SEX AND VIOLENCE)
6.  They put the small piano on casters so that despite its size they could still BLANK.
7.  Several musicians argued over spaces for their bulky instruments, but eventually the matter was settled.  Of course, the settlement was known as the BLANK.
8.  This musician regularly called a well known department store on his BLANK.
9.  Some people playing the lottery will choose a high number, while others will BLANK one.
10.  It was  a rather unusual dance – the band played only large stringed instruments, and the affair became  known as the BLANK.
    Thank you all for playing!
    Looking forward to Rogue Riddle #1095.
    Take it away, Gary!