Mighty fine Robb, mighty fine!
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Mighty fine Robb, mighty fine!
That's fantastic Robb!
Outstanding! That is one beautiful mandolin, both aesthetically and tonally! Really, really dig the sound of this one.
Wow Robb, I'm a traditional kind of guy and love my spruce over maple, but man that is a killer combination both tonally and visually! Great work as usual. Have you ever thought of doing some "A's"...
Thanks for the Youtube clip, I've been using that one a bit in trying to figure the tune out. Also, thanks for the mp3 of your version, y'all sound fantastic!
Been working on Old Chattanooga from the Haints Shout Monah album. Any body else got a version of this worked up? Would love to see a video if so...
Beautiful work Robb and it sounds great!
Any plans on an A-5S in the future?
Wow Robb, that looks fantastic! I'll also chime in for wanting to hear a soundclip. Keep up the good work!
I think on the actual released album Norman Blake handles all of the mandolin duties. Then on the out-takes there are a couple where Tut Taylor plays mandolin, like the aforementioned Ruff n' Ready....
Great work Steve, love the design, the execution of said design, and the sound!
I'm about 99% sure that Jenni Lyn Gardner is playing (and quite well!) the Daley mandolin. Courtney Hartman is their lead guitarist, I believe.
Here's one of my favorites, a Flower Pot/Fern hybrid as found on an Elkhorn F-5.
I'm also pretty partial to ferns, double flower pots, and torch and wire
I ordered mine from Elderly today, pretty stoked about it!
Thanks for the run down PJ.
That is the basic conclusion I came to just from watching your video, or at least for my Elkhorn. I felt like mine definitely leans more toward the Heiden sound,...
Enjoyed the videos with the Stanley vs. Heiden, good job on making those guys speak! Just a quick question, and I hope folks don't mind a slight derailment of the current discussion, but...
Nice work Skip!
Andy Griffith picking on the AGS was my first exposure to acoustic guitar pickin, as a kid I didn't know anyone who played but I sure enjoyed watching Andy play. As a grown up I have the first five...
Very nice! You're right, Robb makes some great mandolins. I'm loving my Elkhorn F-5 #20 and still miss my old A-5 #3 that I had to sell. Enjoy yours!
I can't remember who I'm stealing this from (but whoever you are thanks, it's helped my conscious alot), but I remember reading some making the rationale that folks don't necessarily think you need...
First let me throw in a disclaimer, I have not read all of the responses to this post. However, I did want to chime in on the original post because I have owned a mandolin that was a 1.5k mandolin...
I never really had too much of an interest in these...until I saw the Rich Delgrosso interview and associated videos, so much for the no interest...
My tastes were more for the Duff and Adam says he prefers it in alot of cases, but the Stanley cuts through the mix better. He said he still has the F-4, but it doesn't see much road action.