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    Re: Recording Mandolin

    I've video recorded a number of my own band performances with a couple of Zoom Q2n and an older Canon camcorder and more recently a Lumix G7 with 4K and then edited the multicam footage on a Win7...
  2. Re: Microphone recommends for home studio recording?

    Shure SM7B seems like an odd choice, it's a dynamic mic primarily for vocals. I think you'd be better off with your LDC choices.
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    Re: Goat Rodeo Tiny (Home) Desk Concert

    This isn't their first goat rodeo after all.
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    Re: Steve Earl and his Gibson mandolins

    A few months before the inaugural Mandolin Symposium in 2004 I got a hairline fracture in my right thumb playing basketball and it was immobilized in a splint. The splint came off a few weeks before...
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    Re: Tenor Guitar Gallery & Sightings

    Ev'rybody Wants to be A Cat. And the Scatcat on the left is voiced by the Scatman.

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  6. Thread: Bibio

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    Bibio

    Was watching an episode of the Netflix show "Upload" last night and there was a closing credits song that Shazam indicated was by an artist called Bibio. I was surprised to see the first image Google...
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    Re: Garcia guitar Grisman mandolin

    This: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Before_the_Dead
    for those unaware of it.

    Before the Dead is an album by Jerry Garcia. It is a compilation of early recordings of Garcia playing folk and...
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    Re: EM200 Gibson Date

    1962 is consistent with: http://www.guitarhq.com/gibson.html#serial

    Gibson Serial Numbers, Feb 1961 to 1970.

    All models, stamped in back top of peghead. No "MADE IN USA" stamp below serial...
  9. Re: Homer and Jethro's It Ain't Necessarily Square

    I can't say one way or another what Homer was playing on this album, but he definitely played a Fender electric mandolin.

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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Y3z9bkNL6s
  10. Re: $59,000 Reward for Missing Shipping Ledger

    What was that Meghan Trainor pop song a few years back? "All about that 'burst, bout that 'burst, no f-hole"
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    Re: John Paul Jones on American tv

    He mostly played bass on that Mutual Admiration Society tour, but did play mandolin for an instrumental duet of "Going to California" with Sean Watkins. Nice recording here:...
  12. Re: Don Stiernberg Quartet cited as a best jazz recording of 2020

    Donnie looks like he's getting ready to take a swing like fellow Cubs fan Chris Thile.

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    Re: John Paul Jones on American tv

    Yes, I still can vividly recall seeing him there in the back during the first morning class in the lecture hall and thinking to myself "that's John Paul Jones!". At the end I said hi to him on my way...
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    Re: Ever seen a glass Mando?

    Someone here should play one....
    https://www.mandolincafe.com/forum/members/4359-pglasse
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    Re: Who makes 2 point models

    In that range, Howard (Sonny) Morris in Oregon is your best (only?) bet. Most manufacturers (as opposed to luthiers) don't make 2-pointers. And most luthier models would be significantly more...
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    Re: Jerman Four String

    Jerry!
  17. Re: Once A Week Jethro Burns Mandolin Playing - Zoom Discussion

    Or eight, and counting...?
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    Re: Acoustic Dead duo tunes

    "Grate" stuff!
  19. Re: Favorite Electric Mandolin Albums or Artists?

    I don't believe that is what you meant to post. That is 3 hours of swamp sounds.
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    Re: What Happened to Brian's Huge Chord List?

    It appears Brian prefers the root to always be the lowest note.
  21. Re: Gender and age distribution of mando players

    D'oh, that's exactly what I read wrong.
  22. Re: Gender and age distribution of mando players

    I'm confused by this number, or is it unrelated to the pasted graphic breakdown? According to that table, 77.21% are 45 or older. 14.71+19.37+21.23+21.90 = 77.21.
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    Re: Ritchie Blackmore's octave

    Yeah, that one looks different than the first video, different soundhole, different bridge. But if you're focusing on the (IMO ugly) art, that's a different question.
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    Re: Ritchie Blackmore's octave

    You don't think it looks like this?

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    Re: Ritchie Blackmore's octave

    Fylde I believe, I've come across references of him playing Fylde instruments.

    https://www.fyldeguitars.com/news0414.html
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