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    Re: Woodstock

    Thank you for your service.
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    General Mandolin Discussion

    A recent discussion about a mandolin... polite, seemingly non-controversial and posted in of all places 'General Mandolin Topics'... and it gets shut down.

    Are we not allowed to discuss colored...
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    Re: KM-1500 Serial Number

    Pictures of the mandolin and the serial # label might help narrow it down.
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    Re: Original cost of a Lloyd Loar F5

    Bill of sale I found in the case of my '20 A model was $40.00. So yes... probably considered a big ticket item by the average Joe.
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    Re: I canít play now

    Sorry to hear of this tragedy DocT. I certainly wish you a speedy recovery.

    I know this is not a Motorcycle Forum, but since the issue has been brought up, I'll comment.

    Riding a motorcycle...
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    Re: Beware EVOs

    Very interesting. Been thinking about doing the EVO Gold on my Duff F5. Figured it was a no-brainer when the time comes. Now I'm not so sure.

    I think an email to the Land Down Under might be in...
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    Re: Uther my cat..

    Sorry for your loss. Those critters really do become members of the family and special friends.
    It's tough to see them go, but I do believe we'll pet them again someday.
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    Re: Bill Monroe

    Maybe not "fully told", but told enough that some of us might question your use of one specific pronoun.
  9. Re: Gibson threatening the mandolin and guitar luthier community

    Yes... Lots of bad PR moves over the years. Not sure how bad it has to get to signal the "end time for Gibson".
    I trust you'll let us know if you receive a 'Cease and Desist' notice over your...
  10. Re: Gibson threatening the mandolin and guitar luthier community

    From Merriam Webster:

    ad hominem adjective
    ad ho∑​mi∑​nem | \ (ˈ)ad-ˈhš-mə-ˌnem , -nəm\
    Definition of ad hominem (Entry 1 of 2)
    1 : appealing to feelings or prejudices rather than intellect...
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    Great points Olaf and well worth mentioning.
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    Re: Mandocaster sighting!

    Checked out the trailer on Youtube. Yeah, it looks pretty bad... but it's the good kind of bad.;)

    Instrument in question can be seen in first few seconds of clip.

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  13. Re: Gibson threatening the mandolin and guitar luthier community

    I agree Bernie, that the introduction of the F5L was a big step in the right direction in Gibson's return to building a respectable mandolin. But it took those other "builders getting in the game...
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    Re: Show Low AZ

    Wish I could help you there Kbone. Pretty area there for sure but no idea about BG jams etc.

    The only connection between Show Low and Bluegrass that I know of, is that in the pines the sun never...
  15. Re: Gibson threatening the mandolin and guitar luthier community

    From the looks of it, all of these corporate big shots are owed a 'Cease and Desist' letter from Marlon Brando.
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    "Hey everybody... Mark here. I'd like to demonstrate my profound respect for iconic instruments like this one I'm holding...The Big Daddy of them all.

    To do so I decided to put on a...
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    Po-tayto, Po-tahto...Agnesi, Avenatti... Let's call the whole thing off.
  18. Re: Lengthy article on bluegrass in the Guardian (UK)

    I know of someone from the UK who does play Bluegrass and may have some interesting insights.
    Calling Ivan...
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    Yes Ron, that is an interesting article.
    And you are also correct that any comments re the basic premise of the article would surely result in the post, or the poster winding up in the cornfield....
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    Re: Storage: Case vs Hanging on the Wall

    Thank you for that Mr. Adams. I considered a long winded explanation but thought it a futile effort.
    Your reply was perfect. Brief but comprehensive.
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    Re: Storage: Case vs Hanging on the Wall

    These folks have some experience with the issue. https://cartervintage.com/collections/mandolins?sort_by=created-descending
    Pretty obvious what they do.
  22. Re: Open chords vs closed chords for chops n chucks

    Hi Don. I'm taking it for granted that your question is meant to be funny rather than antagonistic. I'll try not to be antagonistic as well.

    Since you begin by stating that you're not a...
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    Re: Ashokan Farewell Tabs anyone?

    And if the Saturday night Jam "venue" is the bass player's front porch, must those dues still be paid to make it legal?
    Sorry. If logic and common sense don't rule the day, another copyrighted song...
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    Re: Ashokan Farewell Tabs anyone?

    There is a difference between the Dixie Chicks making a profit singing 'I'll Fly Away', and some regular Joe singing it at the Saturday night Jam. There may be no legal distinction, but there is one...
  25. Re: Sheet music for Jimmy Martinís Mr. Engineer?

    And if it did, I doubt that Jimmy Martin could have read it.
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