More Activity
About Scott Tichenor

Basic Information

About Scott Tichenor
Biography:
Creator and owner of the Mandolin Cafe.
Location:
Lawrence, KS
Interests:
Cooking and food adventourism, hiking, reading
Occupation:
You're looking at it

Signature


Statistics


Total Posts
Total Posts
4,792
Posts Per Day
1.09
Albums
Total Albums
3
Total Photos
86
Total Thanks
Total Thanks
98
General Information
Join Date
Sep-02-2002
Referrals
19

32 Friends

  1. amute amute is offline

    Jeremy Lee Wright

    amute
  2. Aravind Bhargav Aravind Bhargav is offline

    Aravind Bhargav

    Aravind Bhargav
  3. BobMcC BobMcC is offline

    Registered User

    BobMcC
  4. Caleb Caleb is offline

    *******

    Caleb
  5. Chuck Naill Chuck Naill is offline

    Member

    Chuck Naill
  6. ComMANDOmatt ComMANDOmatt is offline

    Registered User

    ComMANDOmatt
  7. danb danb is offline

    Cafe Linux Mommy

    danb
  8. diptanshu diptanshu is offline

    registered picker

    • Send a message via MSN to diptanshu
    diptanshu
  9. Free Grass Union Free Grass Union is offline

    Registered User

    Free Grass Union
  10. Gail Hester Gail Hester is offline

    Hester Mandolins

    Gail Hester
Showing Friends 1 to 10 of 32
Page 1 of 4 1234 LastLast
View Scott Tichenor's Blog

Recent Entries

News and comments that didn't make the Cafe home page

by Scott Tichenor on Aug-21-2014 at 1:35pm
Like a lot of folks, we chuckled at the Ira and Charlie Louvin Satan Is Real tribute Martin guitar at the recent Summer NAMM Show. It was predictably panned online (including our Forum) as a sorry attempt by Martin to come up with something interesting. What no one reported is that all 50 manufactured were spoken for by the end of the first day of the show. Last we checked, the objective of a business is to make things that sell. We've shown the image below to several people who said they'd love

Read More

Summer NAMM

by Scott Tichenor on Jul-18-2014 at 12:00pm
As a rule I don't like to eat my own words, so excuse me while I grab fork and spoon. The Nashville NAMM Show which I'd boasted on the home page was quite the networking opportunity for mandolinists is not what it used to be. Still, there are valuable contacts made, experiences you're glad you were a part of and information that might not have been discovered otherwise. Allow me to share some of those.

I was invited down a day before the show by Tim Nelson of Eastman. Tim's lengthy

Read More

Updated Jul-23-2014 at 7:17pm by Scott Tichenor

Categories
General Mandolin Comments

So you think you'd like to run a mandolin forum?

by Scott Tichenor on Apr-13-2014 at 12:35pm
This amusing exchange between someone that has apparently visited this site a few times just occurred today. For those of you that are just sure you'd like to own a big mandolin forum, what more would you like to do on a Sunday? Something like this happens more often than you'd think. User's name and email addresses have been removed to protect their anonymity.

User: How do I change my pass word or delete my account? Can’t find it anywhere on the web site.

Cafe: Reset

Read More

Dear Southwest Airlines. About That Guitar...

by Scott Tichenor on Feb-20-2014 at 8:58am
Never, never, never throw a guitar case. Ever.

It wasn't mine. I wished I'd been filming it, because what I saw made me damn angry, and had I been filming it'd be on YouTube already.

The details:

Flight 614 out of Kansas City, MO to Nashville arriving 11:10 a.m. this past Monday. I'm seated behind the wing with a direct view of the baggage/luggage being unloaded. My friend Glenn Bradford and I have arrived in Nashville for a couple of days of vintage

Read More

Updated Feb-20-2014 at 9:15am by Scott Tichenor

Categories
General Mandolin Comments

Status of the Mandolin Cafe Ball Cap

by Scott Tichenor on Feb-14-2014 at 11:39am
A quick update on the status of the Mandolin Cafe ball caps we offer from time to time. We'd been telling people January, 2014 but missed the deadline and then some.

First, we decided to move on from our previous supplier for reasons that don't need to be discussed. That meant a new stitching template from scratch and locating a new source of raw product (hats). We were looking for better quality, more appropriate size (there were issues with the last 2013 batch running small), and

Read More