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    Re: D'Addario Strings - Ask Us Anything

    I love D'Addario strings. I hate those sticky paper tags. I am hopeful that they will re-think that labeling method. And seriously; can't we just look at them or feel them and know which is which?...
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    Re: Need a safe wall mount mando holder

    Hi Nancy,

    Might it be possible to rig a simple gate on the String Swing? Perhaps a very heavy elastic band, cut and tied to the right length, could stretch across the opening when you have the...
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    Re: What instrument is the hardest? My experience

    Forget the instruments; Tuvan throat singing seems pretty difficult to me.
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    Re: What's up with USPS?

    Hello and thanks for all the replies. This has been an interesting read and informative, too. This story ends well. The two packages arrived together, yesterday. Both were in perfect condition. ...
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    Re: No Wires ! Joe Walsh w/ Molly Tuttle

    It is an incredibly beautiful performance by two of my truly favorite musicians. I don't think you can really extrapolate from that, though, that all performances should be done just that way. We...
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    Re: Prettiest Peghead Inlays Ever

    This, to me, is absolutely beautiful; very much to my taste. I have to admit, the torch and wire-type aesthetic never did appeal much to me. It's not that I dislike it, more that it just doesn't...
  7. Re: Hypothetical high dollar mando purchase question...

    I agree with Mike. As I said in another thread moments ago, the instrument that gets the most play-time from my small collection is actually my least expensive instrument. That doesn't mean I don't...
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    Re: Why the connection?

    You know, I think sometimes people are just trying to make conversation and really aren't thinking that much about the connection between instruments that may or may not exist. I've been asked all...
  9. Re: A likely contentious opinion on electric mandolins

    Hey Joe,

    I was just playing my short-scale Weber OM through my Schertler Guilia, using Schertler's stick-on pickup. This is not really the set-up I was thinking about in my earlier comments. ...
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    Re: Woodstock

    I can actually remember the moment when I first heard the Doors as a kid, when they first got East coast radio play. I remember reacting to it and really listening, thinking that this is something...
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    by Bob Clark
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    Re: Woodstock

    Amen to all this, Brother. You sure we didn't grow up together? Except I might be a lot older. I was a kid in the 60's.:grin:
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    Re: Sellerís Remorse - 2008 custom Weber Fern

    I, too, am missing a long gone mandolin and hairline. The mandolin was an 'old wood' Weber Vintage A.

    I finally figured out how to offset the complete lack of hair on top of my head; I am...
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    Re: If You Don't Perform In Public....

    Amen, brother. Life is too short to skimp unnecessarily on something this satisfying.
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    Re: Disappointment

    Better to be disappointed and walk away than disappointed with the purchase you shouldn't have made but did anyway. Been their both ways and walking away is definitely better. At least you ended up...
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    Re: Random mandolin sightings

    What a great mural. Thanks for posting it and the explanation.
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    Re: Out of my league

    Pretty sure I'd need a lobster bib.
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    Re: Out of my league

    My Schmergel Devastator proved acceptible for admittance;).
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    That settles it. Now I need one. Maybe an electric mandola, too. I think my one in-one out policy just bit the dust!
  19. Re: A likely contentious opinion on electric mandolins

    Mandolin-family instruments give us lots of options for different genres, venues, moods. I am glad we have all the choices we have be they flat or arched, A or F, oval-holed or f-holed, long scale...
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    Re: 1976 Gehrardt Green F5 Pictures

    You know, it is a thing of beauty. Truly amazing. But I really have no desire to own it. It's enough just to know it exists.
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    Re: The Mandolins and Beer Podcast

    For an amazing mandolinist who is quite different than those on your list, why not include Snehasish Mozumder. I believe he is often in the US these days (NYC) and his music is really other-worldly....
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    Re: Gibson destroys hundreds of Firebird X's

    If so, it shows and even more extreme kind of stupid. In this era, never ever film anything that you don't want to get out. Everything eventually gets leaked. Everything.
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    Re: Problem seller on eBay

    If you two are going this year and post it here, I'd try to meet you there as well. We could have a small Cafe get-together at the Philly Guitar Show.
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    Yet another thread that cannot ever reach anything approaching a consensus view. I am done wasting mental energy on the whole Gibson topic. I see this as just one more reason to support small-shop...
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    Re: F-Style Mandola progress

    Nice, Mike, especially with the upgrades you have done. How does it sound? What is the scale length?
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