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  1. Re: Rot smell on strings how to get rid of it?

    Don't use those products?
  2. Re: Favorite websites, books and YouTube channels

    Hey Jim, I have found that mandolessons is a great site...

    https://www.mandolessons.com/

    He offers backing tracks and tab.
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    Re: Hollow Body Electric Tenors

    Yea those guys are pretty cool, definitely have some chops.

    The thing about getting a D'Armond floating pickup is finding one. The ones I see listed on the net are thru the roof with their asking...
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    Re: Hollow Body Electric Tenors

    MTQuinn, the pickup has a bracket that clamps to the strings behind the bridge. The pickup slides up and down on a metal rod, when you find a spot you like the tone of, you can use a small amount of...
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    Re: F Mandolin gig bag

    +1 for the Access stage III bag.
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    Re: Interview with Tom Rozum

    Ditto
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    Re: Hollow Body Electric Tenors

    Ah yes, that "Veronica" is a lovely tenor. I wonder if he makes a "Betty" also? ;)
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    Re: Hollow Body Electric Tenors

    Thats a solid body, the OP was asking about arch top hollow bodied tenors. :)
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    Re: Another Stradolin Info Quest

    Instead of "post quick reply" click on "go advanced". In the top right line you will see a paperclip icon. Click on that and you can upload photos.
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    Re: Hollow Body Electric Tenors

    I used to own a mid 50's Gibson TG-50 that I put a De'Armond floating pickup on. Ran it thru a Fender tube amp with a second "master volume" knob, it was killer! You could get a smooth jazz tone to a...
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    Re: Stolen Mandolin

    Hey Steve, your attachment is showing as "invalid", you might want to try again. Sorry to hear about the theft, that sucks. :(
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    Re: Arkansas Traveller with Lyrics

    Here is a clear to understand recording. Unlike the fiddle where each part is played twice (AA-BB) the singer is only playing each part once. So the first lyrics are the A part and the second lyrics...
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    Re: refinish top

    Rather then refinishing the entire top, Max and Laurie could touch up the worn area and blend it in. Like I said, they are great to deal with and very talented instrument makers.

    Good luck!
  14. Re: 1923 A2- To Drill Or Not to Drill? That is the question...

    Thanks William, you would have thought that the listing would have been marked SOLD or taken down by now...
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    Re: refinish top

    Max and Louri Girouard

    http://www.girouardmandolins.com/

    They are good friends of Rolfe and super nice people to deal with.

    Why do you want to refinish the top? It could affect the resale...
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    Re: Just an observation

    Not as bad as the furniture store in Raleigh NC, where I used to live, that had a "Going Out Of Business-SALE" sign in it's window for twenty years.
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    Re: Gibson trapdoor

    Then, there is this....





    :grin:
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    Re: how do you clean your files?

    Sharpened popsicle stick for mill files, for rasps a wire brush.

    After a quick search, people recommend CMT 2050 blade and bit cleaner...
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  19. Re: 1923 A2- To Drill Or Not to Drill? That is the question...

    This just showed up in the classifieds......

    https://www.mandolincafe.com/ads/156695#156695

    NFI
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    Re: Gibson trapdoor

    This TB-5 has the same tailpiece cover as Williams...

    https://www.sylvanmusic.com/store/p2084/1924_Gibson_TB-5_Tenor_Banjo.html

    Bottom photo.
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    Re: Finding Parts for Banjolin

    +1 Bob is the Man.
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    Re: Gibson trapdoor

    Wow, very cool! Finding a tailpiece cover for a regular trap door is almost impossible, you might own the only known one of those. :grin:
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    Re: Finding Parts for Banjolin

    You will most likely have to buy a natural skin head, in an 8" or 10" diameter and learn how to mount it yourself. The banjo hangout site would be the best place to ask for advise... ...
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    Re: Finding Parts for Banjolin

    Whats the diameter of the rim?
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    Re: Gibson trapdoor

    William, any way you can post a photo? I would love to see it.
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