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    Re: Eastman 815 replacement tuners

    I'll look into that. I made the nut on it myself and fitted and slotted a CA bridge as well. So any issues with slots are 100% my fault, haha.
    Although they are just as shallow as I could...
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    Re: Eastman 815 replacement tuners

    well, filling screw holes and drilling new is no problem. wondering if the post spacing is the same between brands.
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    Re: Eastman 815 replacement tuners

    Well, technically they are good. Turn very smooth and so on. I just feel that recently this mandolin is slipping out of tune more and more.
    I might actually do a thorough setup before I blame it on...
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    Eastman 815 replacement tuners

    Can someone recomend good quality replacement tuners for an Eastman 815 mandolin ?
    Tuners that will fit the holes spacing perfectly. Thanks.
  5. Thread: ATM 350 mount

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    Re: ATM 350 mount

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    I might have found the answer to my question on my own, here is a screen grab of youtube.
    Seems Thile is just using the universal mount to clip it on his Tonegard.

    I suspected that....
  6. Thread: ATM 350 mount

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    ATM 350 mount

    I have had an ATM350 microphone for a number of years now. I use it a bit in live settings, usually with good resaults. I am curious about the new arm for it.
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    This one. I think it is...
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    Re: Microphone mute switch

    Rolls MS 111 all the way.
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    Re: Sam Bush Documentary

    Hello Wayne , and you all.
    How about distribution to the rest of the world.? To the rest of Europe?
    I'd personally prefer HD stream to DVD to, as Ivan says above, "the other side of the pond". ...
  9. Thread: Calton Case Fit

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    Re: Calton Case Fit

    My Calton is like that as well. The scroll sits tight to the padding. But in 7 years of banging that case around I never had any problems with it. I was worried to begin with though.
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    Re: MIX AT350 with K and K

    I haven't noticed a popping with the mute, the other day I used the jack output to a guitar amp and there might have been a slight tick sound. But then again I could hear a similar tick with all the...
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    Re: MIX AT350 with K and K

    I just put together a small pedalboard for this purpose.
    I have the Headway EDB-1 preamp that has 2 channels (jack and XLR), eq and other things like phantom power for the AT350 mic.
    That gives me...
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    Re: Lets Talk Eastman Line.

    I have an 2006 815 Eastman F5. For the first couple of years I was never happy with how it sounded. Thin, bright and little sustain.
    But after a few tweaks it is a completely new instrument. I...
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    Re: Wintergrass 2018 - Bellevue, WA (Feb 22-25)

    I'll be coming form Iceland, along with my banjo and fiddle buddies, and my Mowry f5 of course !! First bluegrass festival ever for me :)
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    Re: Mowry F5 - preferred picks, strings etc.

    Yes I can ask Andrew, and I just might. But I'm not seeking what he might suggest.
    Mostly I'm courious about what different Mowry owners are using, and what they feel that their choice brings out of...
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    Re: Mowry F5 - preferred picks, strings etc.

    cool, sounds similar to me. Yes I think the CT55 pick is a bit on the thinner side soundwise but spectecular feel and control.
    Oh and I forgot, Ialso have the James tailpiece and an armrest that...
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    Mowry F5 - preferred picks, strings etc.

    You Mowry F5 owners out there.
    As a proud owner myself of a beautiful Mowry F5 I was wondering what picks, strings and other accessories you all prefer to get the most out of your Mowry mandolin ? ...
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    Mowry F5 - preferred picks, steings etc.

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    Re: Chris Thile back to Wegen picks?

    Haha yes... I, for one, always loved the sound of his Dude. Even though I have played his Loar and that instrument is awesome, but just different.
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    Re: Flat frets and playability

    Thanks for the tips.
    I have actually already lowered the threaded posts since these photos. :)
    I might make just another run and scrape from the center and then make final sanding with even finer...
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    Re: Flat frets and playability

    Hi guys.
    Just picked up my Eastman MD815 from a refret job... It now has EVO frets (FW74). ANd feels a lot better, easier to play. OF course it feels that way. These larger frets is what I am used...
  21. Thread: Mowry mandolins

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    Re: Mowry mandolins

    Here is a recent recording I did with my band from a session of fiddle tunes and bluegrass standards.
    Blackberry Blossom and a rather mellow version of Big Sciota (haven't practiced that up to...
  22. Thread: Mowry mandolins

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    Re: Mowry mandolins

    Hi guys. I noted that my video got posted here.
    I just like to add to the discussion that my Mowry #62 is always getting better and better. I am still blown away every time i pick it up. It has...
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    Re: Flat frets and playability

    Good point :)
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    Re: Flat frets and playability

    Yes, the saddle seems to lean ever so slightly forward, that might have happened in the last round of sanding. :/
    Don't know if I should try sanding the base to be angled a bit more backwards ?
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    Re: Flat frets and playability

    Thanks. Yes I am becoming more and more interested in practicing and studying setup myself. I want to be able to do a complete setup and maintenance myself. And will use my Eastman MD815 to practice...
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