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April 1, 1969 (48)
About JEStanek
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Mecka lecka high mecka hiney ho! The wish is granted. Long live Jambi. See my note http://www.facebook.com/notes.php?id=1390736595&notes_tab=app_2347471856#!/note.php?note_id=411560837572
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Pottstown, Pennsylvania, United States
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8 Wheels of Death! Carolina Chocolate Drops, Punch Brothers, The Joe Brent Quartet, Anonymous 4, Amo
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I work in big pharma. It affords me my hobbies.

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Buying a Beginner Mandolin Advice

by JEStanek on Jan-23-2010 at 8:26am
Here's the advice I give aspiring players looking for their first instrument and some general new to instruments shopping advice. I assume you know nothing about stringed instruments, floating bridges, string gauges, picks (just like me when I got my first). I also figure that $500 is pretty much the upper limit (or way above their upper limit) for just getting started in a new hobby. If someone told me I had to spend $500-1000 to see if I would like playing the mandolin, I wouldn't be playing

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Me and My Mandos

by JEStanek on Nov-27-2008 at 2:19pm
Well, I'll bite at the blog bait. I don't think I will write very many but this may be a worthwhile place to store information on me and my mando collection. Not to brag (maybe about the skills of the builders not my ownership) but to let others know what I've had and how I liked them.

First Mandolins 2001
Lone Star Venice. Tuners weren't the best and needed a good set up. I've read these don't make good first mandolins because of the tonal complexity. Dunno, it looked

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Updated Nov-28-2011 at 8:56pm by JEStanek (Updated 11/2011)

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