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    Re: Free PDF's of Technical Exercises

    Back in the dark ages, when dinosaurs roamed the earth, I learned "Every Good Boy Deserves Fudge" for the lines of the staff. Or "Favour" if you want to go by the title of the Moody Blues record.

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    Re: Memory of learned songs

    Ha ha, you are the first person I've run into that remembers that. I just came in from the lawn chair, where I played the whole song. Amazing.

    I loved that show as a kid.
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    Re: If you are a fan of block inlays.....

    I like the look of that mandolin a lot. Too bad I don't have an extra $5.5K hanging around that could be allocated to mandolins.

    Sue
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    Re: Memory of learned songs

    Wow, Niles, what an amazing data dump! Thank you, thank you for reposting this stuff!



    How cool is that? Wicked cool. I will start putting quarters into my "Memory Jukebox" the next time I...
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    Re: jams with friends during covid

    Jonathan, a quick check of the NH covid dashboard tells me there are only 12 current cases in Cheshire county, that's pretty low. I'm in Rockingham county, where there are more than that, but only a...
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    Re: Arkansas Traveller with Lyrics

    Ha ha, I remember that cartoon. Also that song. Those were the first lyrics I thought of when I started thinking about lyrics.



    I have that CD somewhere, will have to dig it out. I think that...
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    Re: Memory of learned songs

    Here's another interesting old thread, on memory and music, which newer members such as myself may not have run across.

    As someone who is looking toward the far side of middle age, I'm very...
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    Re: the first 3 tunes you learned?

    Come to think about it, does playing a scale while you sing out, "Do Re Mi....." count?
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    Re: 1930ís Stradolin I Bought

    Thanks, Dan. I saw that video. He ended up taking more things apart than he planned on (he always seems to do that in his videos). The screws on my pick guard are kind of rusty, so there is that....
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    Re: the first 3 tunes you learned?

    Ran into this thread, thought I might revitalize it :)

    Amazing Grace
    Cindy (Mandolessons - your first song)
    Arkansas Traveler (for my brother)

    Sue
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    Re: Another Stradolin Info Quest

    Looks like a really cool mandolin. Boy, these Strad-O-Lins are really coming out of the woodwork in the last week!

    Sue
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    Re: Arkansas Traveller with Lyrics

    True... but I enjoyed listening to it.

    Thanks!
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    Re: Arkansas Traveller with Lyrics

    That's awesome, Charley! Just what I was looking for!
    Thanks a million :mandosmiley:
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    Re: 1930ís Stradolin I Bought

    Your new mandolin is cool, Dan. It has that, "I've been around a long time and seen alot of things" look. I also admire your work on it. I shaved down the bridge on my Kentucky, but am nervous about...
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    Re: 1950's Stradolin?

    Here is the link
    Probably should have figured out to do this at the beginning.
    Sue
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    Re: 1950's Stradolin?

    I did! I made a new thread for it, maybe kind of duplicative, if that's a word. The whole story is above - "Is this how it starts?" with pictures.
    I really like it. I like how it looks, I like how...
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    Arkansas Traveller with Lyrics

    Hi folks,
    I would like to hear a version of Arkansas Traveller with sung lyrics. Not the "Hey Farmer" version, but the "Once Upon a Time in Arkansas" version. I have spent more time than I like to...
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    Re: Humidity

    78% humidity is mold territory (anything over 70% I believe). If you don't have AC or a dehumidifier, how about those little plastic containers filled with something hydrophilic, I think calcium...
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    Images in private messages?

    How can I send images stored on my computer to someone via private message? I'm only seeing an option to link to url.
    Thanks,
    Sue
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    Re: Is this how it starts?

    Thanks, Frank. Glad I left one for you :;)
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    Re: Your Mandolin Your Beer

    Here are the mandos waiting for me in the woodshed.
    The beer is from Steens Mountain Brewery in Burns, Oregon, where my son-in-law is the brewmaster and my daughter does the graphics.

    Sue
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    Re: Is this how it starts?

    Thanks everyone.
    :mandosmiley:

    I saw 10.44 on the receipt and thought it was a revision date for the form.

    I've since exchanged a couple emails with the seller, Mike. He said it could be...
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    Re: Is this how it starts?

    How do I do that? I went over there and started a post, but when it came to images, it was asking for a URL
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    There are some real jerks out there, to put it kindly. You must've felt sucker punched. Hope you will get everything back unharmed.

    Sue
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    Is this how it starts?

    So I have a new mando in my life, a craiglist Strad-O-Lin, advertised as 50's but Mike E says it could be older. I think it's solid wood, at least the top, and even though the action is about the...
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