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  1. Thread: No motivation

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    Re: No motivation

    I hear you brother. All my spring and summer gigs were cancelled. All local music has been cancelled for the most part. I too not only don't feel like playing music, but don't even care to listen to...
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    Re: Minneapolis March

    Sounded great! Howdy from Duluth.
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    Re: Surf's Up! New J.L. Smith (4-stringer)

    Love that color John. If it was a 5 stringer, I'd be all over it.
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    Re: Jerman Four String

    How cool is that! Very nice work Andrew.
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    Re: Covid-19 is keeping me busy in my shop!

    So, how much is the middle one- the natural 5 stringer with 2 pickups? And also, how much would the aqua 5 stringer? I did just sell My National RM 1, so I have room in the arsenal. Thanks, Chief.
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    Re: Covid-19 is keeping me busy in my shop!

    Looking good John. Any of those for sale? Not that I need another instrument, but it doesn't hurt to ask. I still think you make the best electric mandolin for the money. I love mine and play it all...
  7. Thread: Cozart

    by Chief
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    Cozart

    So does anyone know anything about a Cozart electric mandolin? They look pretty cool, and I'm sure from China or that neighborhood, but I'm wondering if they're worth a look or are complete junk....
  8. Thread: Resonators

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    Re: Resonators

    I actually saw that a few weeks ago, and seriously thought of buying it. I love oddball off the wall kind of things, and that certainly fits the bill.
  9. Thread: Resonators

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    Re: Resonators

    I used to have one of those- it was very cool. With a pickup. I can't remember why I passed it along, but I sure wished I would've kept it. I don't remember what I sold it for, but that price seems a...
  10. Thread: Resonators

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    Re: Resonators

    Hey- I've owned several resos', and they're great fun. Still own a few. Have had both classic models and newer ones. The Wailing I owned, while very well built, was smaller and kind of tinny sounding...
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    Re: Humidifying problems

    I believe, and somebody can correct me, that the humidifiers that fit in the F holes, humidify from within the instrument. The humidity in the case is not that important, as the instrument is still...
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    Re: RY COODER on the Mainline

    I always liked that song, and Ry has been one of my musical heroes forever. So that thing he's playing is basically a small guitar? I think I've seen them for sale. Mandolin sized, but tuned like a...
  13. Thread: Whatcha up to?

    by Chief
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    Re: Whatcha up to?

    Thanks Mandobar. He makes wonderful instruments (although I've never actually owned one). I guess I should follow the original thread and say that I've had more time to practice since I was laid off...
  14. Thread: Whatcha up to?

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    Re: Whatcha up to?

    Wow, very cool. Who is that made by?
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    Re: A Tiny surprise....

    Three fairly decent pickers there. You know, sometimes I think I'm a pretty good musician, and then I see a clip like that and realize just how limited I really am. Something to shoot for I guess....
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    Re: A Tiny surprise....

    That copy is a Jay Roberts made in Yuba City Ca, and sold in Tiny's music store in Sacramento Ca. I'm lucky enough to own one. Wish mine had the Bigsby, but it's very cool and fun to play just the...
  17. Thread: Nudie's Mosrite

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    Re: Nudie's Mosrite

    So Martin- did it ever sell? I'm surprised you didn't pick it up.
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    Re: Gibson EM-1235 with TWO MANDOLIN NECKS

    Very cool. If I hit the lottery [well, I guess I'd have to play first], I might give it a whirl. It would definitely turn some heads.
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    Re: Eight Miles High -Desert Rose Band

    Awesome. Desert Rose is/was a great band. Didn't know they were still kicking.
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    Re: Tweaks for weak sounding E strings

    I thought the pickup wasn't adjustable.
  21. Thread: Eastman El Rey?

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    Re: Eastman El Rey?

    I see these are widely available now. I'm tempted, but really don't need another mandolin. Of course- if I sold one of my others!!!!!!!!!
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    Re: Jumping in the Pool

    The male fiddle player from Asleep at the Wheel was playing one of those the last time I saw them. It sounded pretty good.
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    Re: Mandobird revisited

    Hey Daniel- that's a bad looking Fender you've got there. I love the color and the "hockey stick" head stock.
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    Re: Mandobird revisited

    Yeah, I had one of the gold sparkly ones also. It was certainly one of the coolest looking mandolins I ever owned, but I could never get a decent tone out of it. I didn't think it was worth investing...
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    Re: Naked Bridge Post Is Shredding My Palm

    A little late to the game but- I had a sharp edge on the tailpiece of my 1929 National mandolin that was chaffing my arm. I used a piece of moleskin- like you would put on a foot blister. It had...
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