Great! Thanks for the link.
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Great! Thanks for the link.
I ordered 20 copies to give to my many friends.
Here is a picture of the back or #598. It looks pretty D-logish, but I don't know for sure that it is.
Here's a link to his obituary in our local paper yesterday: http://www.columbiatribune.com/news/2010/aug/05/mitch-jayne-1928-2010/.
The big picture:
As requested, here are some pictures of Andy Poe's mandola #1. It has a red spruce top and red maple back and sides. The workmanship is flawless and the sound is lovely. First the top and back:
I'll take some new photos of the Poe mandola and start a new thread later today.
Here is my Poe mandola #1. The wire is a bit thick, but the abalone is lovely.
Occasionally. APOD is my homepage.
"http://www.mandolincafe.com/pdf/placeintheheart.pdf is very pretty. There is a MP3 of this arrangement in the Cafe MP3 files."
I played this at my daughter's wedding a couple of years ago. It...
Very Nice! Sounds like two fine mandolins being well picked. Thanks.
Chuck, that's a beautiful mandolin. I suspect the tone will mellow with playing. I have Andy's #2 and the thing has opened up quite a bit over time. Congratulations!
What a lovely mandolin. I'm sure it will play as fine as it looks. Congratulations!
The question as to whether or not carpal tunnel syndrome is "caused" by repetitive stress or motions is still moot. I believe there is an inherent tendency to develop carpal syndrome in a large...
I both do the surgery and have had the surgery. I encourage my patients to start using their operated hand for light tasks immediately, but not to use the sledgehammer for six weeks. I would avoid...
Thile learned from John Moore ( a great teacher).
I have Poe mandolin #2 and for my money, it's the best. I've played a Triggs F5 some time ago at Mass Street Music some time ago and it was a very good mandolin, but the fit and finish...
"Hey, that's my F2 right smack in the middle of those photos!"
Hey Chuck--I'd bet a bunch you'll love it. I just found out from Andy that what I thought would be my Poe #18 has been re-designated...
"That's cool. I'd love to see the pics and hear sound clips. Please post after it arrives."
I'll give it a try when the instrument arrives, perhaps next month.
"Bach With Pluck II" with Elaine Comparone on harpsichord and Dusan Bogdanovic on guitar playing the two part and three part inventions. It is a very charming recording.
Though I am a very slow player, I specified a "speed" neck on the mandola Andy Poe is making for me. I bought his #2 mandolin used and it came with a "speed" neck, which just feels great, almost...
I had heard from Andy that this interview was going to happen and enjoyed finally reading it. My Poe #18 mandola should be ready soon and it is going to be stunning from what I've seen so far. He is...