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    Re: No Weber Eye Candy

    What are you talking about?
    I can send you some pin-up picks of mine if you need:grin::cool:
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    Re: Compressor?

    No, no, no...Spencer...no one appreciates feedback!:))
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    Re: Compressor?

    I think what might be happening is the seemingly non linear response of a pickup vs picking volume...a good microphone gives a realistic representation of what you are picking, where as a...
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    Re: Compressor?

    For the uninitiated, there are many types of compression, and many outcomes. Some are very useful and musically pleasing. Some, not so much.
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    Re: Jam with Jake Workman- Cherokee Shuffle

    Great Pickin!
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    Re: Compressor?

    I use them for my band. I’ve only use the ones on digital mixing boards. We use them more as a limiter, to duck the signal, to keep from having to much attack when things get too excited!
    We use...
  7. Re: Resonance of a fiddle vs mandolins (wow)

    I had a brief chance to strum John Reichmanns L. Loar...it had a stunning amount of neck resonances!
    Fiddles are much more finely carved vs mando.
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    Re: How thick of a pick?

    I have a fun array of picks, 35-65 thousandths. My pick of choice right now is a TAD 40 bluechip. Lots of bite, lots of volume. My thicker picks prove a rounder, or softer, attack, which doesn’t...
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    Re: do many of you mix strings

    I have yet to spend time doing it, but have wondered about mixing brands or styles of string by the course(regular g and silk-n-steel g) or one flat top with one round wound. I suspect that the lack...
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    Re: Round vs. pear shape

    I thought this was a thread about aging male mandolin players!:))
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    Re: Another ToneDexter Question

    I might be wrong, but the low, gen, high versions of the firmware affect primarily the way the system pre adjusts for feedback attenuation...
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    Re: Happened to you?

    One early recording session with my band was in a community room at the neighborhood cultural center. The floor was so squeaky! Every take, at the sustained hold at the end, every little motion,...
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    Re: Solo builders

    Nothing wrong with that...some like bowl cuts, some like a pompadour!183361
    183362
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    Re: Why so many glossy finish mandos?

    I have one varnish, it’s still shiny after 13 yrs...I take care not to rough it up.
    I have one lacquer, started satin, didn’t like the look or feel, and I buffed it out to gloss.
    It’ll take a...
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    Re: Solo builders

    I commissioned my Ratliff having only heard online clips. I got so much more than I expected. Top quality wood, custom design, super fit and finish. The sound is phenomenal, and the volume peels...
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    Re: Left hand position

    Lots of deliberate practice. Try to force your left thumb to stay rounded and on the side of the neck. Good luck breaking guitar habits!
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    Re: new (used) mandolin

    Welcome!
    Happy pickin :mandosmiley:
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    Re: Why carve a plates outside first?

    I think Audey Ratliff’s build videos show him working inside -out...
    He’s built over 1100 mandolins. Mine is super nice!
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    Re: Quite ill with a trach and a feeding tube

    Be well Dan! Heal, and play lots of music.
    Prayers for a speedy recovery.
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    Re: "WeberPhiles"....Help

    My Weber is a custom F with the stash woods. It’s a Port Orford Cedar top. It rings like a bell, and has great sustain. It is not woffy, and has a crisp chop. It’s significantly louder that the...
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    Re: 2020 NAMM Show Report

    Thanks for your reply. I personally would be more excited about another high quality string company offering flat wound string options, THomastik are a limited offering.
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    Re: 2020 NAMM Show Report

    Isn’t your booth number Larsen Strings? Have they joined the mandolin string world?
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    Re: Flight of the bumblebee

    Super cool! As you get more comfortable, my recommendation is to not hunch over.
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    Re: Tone Dexter users?

    The process McIrish has described is not for the ToneDexter. It is for doing it with a computer, software, and a different pedal.
    The TD is simple to use, and only requires a microphone and a...
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    Re: Tone Dexter users?

    No Bob, you just need the ToneDexter, it does it all in the tiny little pedal.
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