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    Re: Bach -- played on a WHAT?

    Looks like some numpty has been at the stock photo’ library.
  2. Thread: Tamco?

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    Re: Tamco?

    Problem was, when I tried to view Trevor’s page just before originally posting, I simply got the sign in/login page - don’t ask me why (or bother trying to explain why!). Previous episodes of trying...
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    Re: 11 (eleven!) string thing?

    Not the slightest idea. Mandolins generally have eight; assuming they’re all there - a photograph might help or you could look here - https://www.atlasofpluckedinstruments.com/index.htm
  4. Thread: Tamco?

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    Re: Tamco?

    No panic, just as long as things are OK. Unfortunately “normal”, just like “nostalgia”, isn’t quite as good as it used to be!
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    Re: Tamco? COMPLETED

    Glad to hear everything’s OK (well perhaps not quite everything), Trevor. It just seemed to me that a six month hiatus on your news page might suggest otherwise.

    Stay safe and hopefully everything...
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    Re: interesting pickguard hardware on Ebay Gibson

    Certainly not from 1921. The carpenter jack mounting that comes with the Fishman bridge pickup looks pretty much the same oas the one the o/p refers.
  7. Thread: Ocatjo

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    Re: Ocatjo

    Trailer?
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    Re: Need Help Identifying Strange Mandolin

    Doesn’t look that old. Possibly an amateur build by a competent woodworker? The neck is too short for the body. The bridge looks to be in the right place but it’s too far up the body.
  9. Thread: Tamco?

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    Re: Tamco?

    I don’t envy anyone trying to run a business like TAMCO in the current climate but it seems from what people say that things are struggling on. For some time, Trevor has exercised his penchant for...
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    Re: Ocatjo

    I did know a chap many years ago who bought a Martin D45. He carried it around on the rear carrier of his motorbike - sideways. If you try it, be careful to avoid parked cars.
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    Re: interesting pickguard hardware on Ebay Gibson

    It says “all original” according to a 20 year old appraisal. Well, I’ve never seen one like that so I suppose it is, although that’s not to say that it hasn’t been altered in the last 20 years. Looks...
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    Re: Tamco?

    Thanks for that - I don’t do “facebook” but I did try the website link before posting and it took me nowhere; seems to be back up again now.

    Trevor did threaten to discontinue his “blog and new...
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    Tamco?

    Anyone in the nether regions of the UK been to TAMCO recently? Trevor has been very quiet recently and it’s coming up to 6 months since anything on his website changed. Hope everything’s OK
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    Re: Ocatjo

    !!!

    1. Use a shorter strap!
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    8. Let your roadie carry it!
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    Re: Octave Mandolin - capo question

    Whilst you might end up with mandolin tuning by capoing at the 12th fret, assuming you still have room to play the thing, it simply won’t feel right because (1) the scale length will likely be...
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    Re: Bogstreet LEAP Series Picks

    Sound like another solution looking for a problem!
  17. Re: Is playing TABS detrimental to really learning?

    I did once come across a drummer who couldn’t play “without” notation. We asked him if he’d like to sit in with our second spot and his reply was “Do you have the dots?”. He was the chief...
  18. Re: Is playing TABS detrimental to really learning?

    Musical notation is simply a way of writing music down so that others can read/play it. TABS are also simply a way of writing music down so that others can read/play it. Arguing which is the best way...
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    Re: Question on Manzanita album

    Somewhere in the back of my fading mind I seem to recall that the track listing on the vinyl didn’t match the tunes on the record. Haven’t played it for a while and I don’t have a turntable set up at...
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    Re: Old Gibson Mandolins in UK

    Bought my first mandolin in 1970 and umpteen others since then. I can only think of one I still don’t have - a loaned it to someone and have since lost contact with them. I suspect that people simply...
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    Re: Grisman or Bush?

    Tea or coffee??
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    Re: Mandobass Gibson 'J' 1922 - Ebay UK

    ....... assuming you have a big enough house .......
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    Re: Mandobass Gibson 'J' 1922 - Ebay UK

    She played double bass the last time I saw them.
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    Re: Mandobass Gibson 'J' 1922 - Ebay UK

    Good job it’s at the other end of the country or I might have been tempted! An unusual beast in the UK - I’m only aware of another two. Trevor had a “pet” one in the shop but sold it a couple of...
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    Re: May Bell mandolin on Pottstown PA craigslist

    Doesn’t look “nearly 100 years old” to me!
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