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    Re: Thank you Scott and Dan!

    Me too. I really love Mandolin Cafe. Thank you so much for all your work and dedication.. Dagger
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    Re: Andrew York. Home.

    Here is Andrew's video. I did have a quick go at this piece this morning. I think it will work quite well on my 10 string mandolin



    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ajTcwJBbw4
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    Re: Andrew York. Home.

    Hi Mandrian,

    Slightly strangely I have also been listening to Andrew York recently and have seen his video of Home. I haven't tried to play it on mandolin, however.

    Your video won't play on my...
  4. Kaki King playing Veillette Gryphon high-strung 12 string guitar

    Not a mandolin, but there are obvious similarities with the double strings and high sound.
    I think this combination of Kaki King and South African guitarist Guy Buttery is very effective.

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    Re: Seagull S8 Owners Thread

    Yes, I must admit that I don't like changing the strings on the S8. I don't think there is any alternative to bending the strings, and giving the string a good tug to help it grip once you've managed...
  6. Re: Inexpensive starter mandolin advice needed

    I definitely would not buy the Stagg. The company make fairly good things like microphone stands, instrument cases etc, but in my experience (and I have seen quite a lot of them) their mandolins are...
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    Re: Best Celtic Mandolin around ~500($700)?

    This is what it says on their website:


    "WELCOME TO IVOR MAIRANTS
    The UK's Premier Online Guitar & Musical Instrument Store.

    Sixty-one years ago, in 1958, Ivor and his wife Lily opened The...
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    Re: Stolen guitar bouzouki found

    Good news
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    Stelios Petrakis - lyra, Dimitris Sideris - Cretan lauto



    https://youtu.be/LZQ5xdV8RBQ?list=RDSumbFFH2ebg&t=49
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    Re: Freshwater Instruments close down

    I must say I do find it very peculiar that this thread has been revived after so long when you know that Mr Freshwater has passed away (some time ago).


    Why?
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    Re: Best Celtic Mandolin around ~500($700)?

    Interesting post Bill.

    I know what you mean, but perhaps you could clarify?
    As I understand it, bluegrass players do not especially like much sustain or ringing in a mandolin, which is something...
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    Re: Best Celtic Mandolin around ~500($700)?

    No I wouldn't say so. I have a fairly large bodied 10 string mandolin by Stefan Sobell. It hasn't stopped me playing smaller instruments, or indeed bigger ones like octave mandolin or tenor banjo....
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    Re: Best Celtic Mandolin around ~500($700)?

    Didn't know that. They had been going for a long time. I bought a Lowden guitar there.
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    Re: Best Celtic Mandolin around ~500($700)?

    I've played some Hathways in London Hobgoblin. I think they are probably fine for what you want.
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    Re: To Gibson or not?

    I do quite like the look of it, however.
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    Re: To Gibson or not?

    Since your sister has asked you to play at the wedding, I imagine that she is happy with the sound you already make, so what you already have would be fine for this occasion.

    Since you yourself...
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    The Ger Mandolin Orchestra

    It is 75 years to the day since Auschwitz - which is in Poland - was liberated. I visited it in September 1989, just a few weeks before the Berlin Wall came down.This is a performance by The Ger...
  18. Re: Andrew Marlin "Cody Road" Artist Session at GMBR

    Very good. Great sound and filming.
    Thanks
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    Re: Position playing or shifting?

    Good points all round.

    I also mainly play Scottish and Irish.

    In regard to using the pinky to reach the high B, Foldedpath is absolutely correct.
    Most of the sessions I go to tend to stick...
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    Re: Light vs. Medium vs. Heavy Picks

    I use a Dunlop 88 for mandolin and tenor banjo, and a White Sharkfin on guitar and octave mandolin.
    I'm afraid I can't really get along with thick picks - in fact I find anything more than .88 too...
  21. Re: New Steve Cooney guitar album of harp music

    Yes thanks for putting that up Sean.
    I watched it yesterday - really enjoyed it.
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    Re: Playing Solo..

    Exactly. David Benedict has gifted us an incredible selection of solo mandolin playing.
    I really look forward to Mondays!
  23. New Steve Cooney guitar album of harp music

    No mandolin content, but I'm sure many of you will be interested to hear that the Australian/Irish guitarist Steve Cooney has just released a guitar album of Irish harp music. Good news!
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  24. Re: Accompanying a guitarists who tunes down

    If you are mainly accompanying songs, an octave mandolin capoed wherever you want is very effective.
    I use the octave much more for song accompaniment than mandolin.
  25. Re: Ebay Ratliff Mandolin Ads - Why is there little interest?

    For lots of people an inexpensive Eastman would be plenty good enough, if you are mainly going to use it for simple chords in a sing-song situation or something like that.

    If you get good enough...
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