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    Re: Seagull S8 Owners Thread

    Yep. Just something about the way it feels that I really love, and the sound is perfect for my playing these days (I barely take O'Neill's and Ryan's Mammoth off my music stand right now). Love my...
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    Re: Canadian buyers: good deal on KM-950

    After shooting back up to $2200 CDN after I bought one of the two in stock back in April, the price of the KM-950 on amazon.ca has gradually gone down again and is currently at $1038.05 CDN (~750...
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    Re: Free Waterloo Mandolin

    Just checked and there is no 'drooling' emoji available, so yes, 'interested' is another way of putting it.
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    Re: Seagull S8 Owners Thread

    I just picked one up. It needs new strings, and I am wondering what Seagull puts on, or what others use. I am thinking a light gauge, not my usual J74s.
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    Re: "New" KM-DAWG

    Well, it is back up for sale by the same person, but my reply has gone unanswered for more than 24 hours. Very odd that the owner did not get back to me or anyone else last time, and seems...
  6. Roger Alan Wade, Brainerd Road Café Blues

    A really nice tune I heard on Outlaw Country today. I found the chorus particularly evocative, even if it runs contrary to the conventional wisdom around here.

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  7. Re: Who makes a good inexpensive Octave Mandolin?

    The Mandolin Store just sent out an email about these a few days ago: https://themandolinstore.com/product/eastman-md305-a-octave-mandolin/

    And there is also the Trinity College:...
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    Re: Mando-free zone

    Just to echo roysboy's point, here is the kijiji listing for mandolins in the Greater Vancouver Area (which has a population of approximately 2 million people, and quite a thriving music scene): ...
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    Re: Can never enough "Orange"

    Orange you glad I didn’t say mandarin?
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    Re: Just staring in to the figure

    The flame on the back my old Hopf violin and the back of my Weber Yellowstone (as well as the medullary rays in the top) are trance inducing indeed. Even the grain on the top of my KM-150 gets me...
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    Re: My mandolin got eaten by a Stratocaster.

    So a couple weeks ago I returned the MIM Tele (I had put it in the basement to make room for the Christmas tree, and it was not getting played much). I thought I was over my momentary electric phase....
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    Re: Can never enough "Orange"

    I too love Mandolin Orange, and I do like their name. However, when it was noted by someone around here that it might be a play on words (an aspect of the name that had completely eluded me), well,...
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    Re: Help deciding on a new mandolin

    I saw that on a spec sheet but have not seen a photo of of a 300 with the cast tailpiece yet. That would be something.
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    Oh, and +1 on mandolessons.com. Baron is amazing, and a huge part of my fiddle tune repertoire is from his site. And, finally, Mike Marshall's artistworks.com lessons are pretty amazing. Mike devotes...
  15. Re: New player and I need lesions suggestions.

    I have not seen his Bluegrass Mandolin 101 advertised around here recently, so I am not sure if he is still offering it, but from what I saw of his lessons in the open access versions a few years...
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    Re: Seeking Value of my Mandolin

    This is where to look for the FON, the number MikeEdgerton was asking about (this photo is obviously of a guitar, but you get the idea)
    176254
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    Re: Mandolin Design Question! Help

    This will get you started: https://www.folkmusician.com/blogs/mandolin/oval-hole-vs-f-hole-mandolins
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    Re: Video feed for Live From Here on now

    Love that Faure Pie Jesu to start the show.
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    Re: Help deciding on a new mandolin

    Here is the answer to the 150 vs 250 question: https://www.folkmusician.com/blogs/mandolin/120403779-kentucky-km-150-vs-km-250-mandolin
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    Re: Help deciding on a new mandolin

    Don't know about the Kentucky 505, but $250 is a good price for a KM-250. I love my KM-150, and those go for more than $250 used right now. Not sure what makes the KM-250 and upgrade (looks like a...
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    Re: And now ... The Loons!

    I wish you luck. And thanks for posting this, as I was unaware of the tiny desk contest despite being a big tiny desk concert fan.

    Now that I am aware of the contest, the YouTube is recommending...
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    Re: Info on Stiver

    A month old post? 'Round here people routinely revive decade old threads. It is quite funny when they don't even realize that the cafe member they think they are talking to has not posted for years...
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    Re: Help deciding on a new mandolin

    Good luck. I love the look of the finish on that 505.

    My 505 was the mandolin that made the phrase 'bell-like tones' make sense to me. A real instrument.
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    Re: Help deciding on a new mandolin

    One more cosmetic difference is the 505 has a bound fingerboard.
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    Re: Help deciding on a new mandolin

    505 has a nice cast tailpiece (I really like the Eastman tailpiece) vs the generic cheapo on the 305.
    slightly better tuners I believe on the 505. I think the rest is pretty much the same.
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