I went with a Pava Pro and couldn’t be happier. Made in the Ellis shop.
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Bobvorel, so happy to hear they are working out for you and giving you reduced buzzing and improved intonation. Dan
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I love the Peterson Strobe with the individual mandolin setting. It is a little difficult to get used to the method, but worth the process as it...
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Br1ck was a helpful and informative gent and I have missed his frequent posts. I am glad he is out there in the digital world exploring and do hope...
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Dennis, Zack and family, So grateful to hear that you succeeded in finding the match you needed and the surgery is behind you. Continued prayers will...
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So sorry to hear this news! My condolences to all his loved ones and close friends. I enjoyed his posts many times.
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Happy Birthday Dennis! You are in my prayers. Thank you for the great mandolins you have sold me and all the pro service. Hoping for the best for...
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on Oct-12-2015 at 10:20am
I have had a few questions about this, so thought it worthwhile outlining exactly how this rather unusual (but excellent) transducer can be installed on your mandolin, guitar, or fiddle.
Unlike the majority of soundboard transducers, the C411 is not based on a piezo element, but on an electret element - the same concept as used in back-electret condenser microphones. It sounds quite different from a piezo element, and can best be described as warm, without 'quack'. The downside
on Sep-28-2014 at 1:50am
There is a huge amount of confusion among players on this issue. As a result, many are using ‘mismatched’ combinations that could be causing loss of tone, and could result in unwanted distortion, lack of volume, hums and other issues. In this short article I’ll try to avoid too many technicalities and instead focus on the practicalities of deciding which external ‘box’ (if any) might be needed to bring out the best from your instrument.
The first thing to establish is whether your
on Jun-05-2014 at 6:50pm
Importing, Exporting or Travelling with Musical Instruments: What you need to know about CITES regulations
Musical instruments frequently contain parts made from endangered or threatened species of plants and animals. Some of the most common examples include:
Elephant Ivory: Used for nuts and saddles on guitars, tuning pegs, bowed instrument and bagpipe fittings and also for inlays. This is an Appendix I species in which all international trade is strictly controlled.