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  1. Re: WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals...

    A shop I was in got written up for pouring glue into unlabeled squeeze bottles. We wrote: ‘Glue. Do not eat’ to be safe:)
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    Re: Tiny Moore Tuesday

    Great job!! Such fun.

    thanks so much.
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    Re: Gibson head luthiers

    Jerry Rowland 1980, in 83380065, if I understand the numbering correctly.
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    Re: Monroe's mandolin smashed to bits

    Probably hard to find another friend so true.
  5. Great player in a great band. Sorry their...

    Great player in a great band. Sorry their festival agenda didn't happen, was so looking forward to seeing them again. Nice to see him get so broader notice.
  6. Re: The sheer inexpressible delight of stumbling across a new tun

    I got a copy of Cole's 1000 Fiddle tunes in about 1974. I'm a slow learner, more than a few to go:)
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    Re: Front porch furniture + mandolin

    We use easily portable armless chairs, so we can bring them in or take them camping. The glider is best used for sipping beverages after playing:)
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    Re: D'addario strings (Consistent breakage)

    I haven’t, but that could just be good luck. Currently strung with Curt Mangan monel.
  9. Re: If money was no object, and perfect bluegrass tone was only g

    Since I hear a difference between Bill Monroe, Alan Bibey, Mike Compton, Dave McLaughlin, Ronnie McCoury, Pee Wee Lambert, Adam Steffey, Jesse Brock, Sierra Hull, Nathan Livers and every other great...
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    Re: Acoustic Music Workshop - Online

    That Alan Bibey is no slouch either.
  11. Re: If money was no object, and perfect bluegrass tone was only g

    I'd be really curious to know if F models are 'more profitable' than A's. Maybe they are by dollar amount, but I'd think the per hour rate garnered is less, generally. If you can get >$20K, F's...
  12. Re: If money was no object, and perfect bluegrass tone was only g

    Josh has great advice. His catch and release program is well known��
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    Re: Finally Finished: Soliver #001

    Congratulations! While I know you've been working on this awhile, I'm still envious at the speed with which you got it done, ie, you kept after it. Not all of us do that:(

    Beautiful job:)
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    Re: What’s after a Kentucky KM-1050?

    How is the sound of the Kentucky holding back your musical development? But sometimes change just for change can be good.
  15. Re: If money was no object, and perfect bluegrass tone was only g

    Many people think the player has a big influence on tone. I’ve played several mandolins belonging to pros and I still only sound like me.
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    Re: This weeks mandolin that won't get a bid or buyer

    But you have to live that long.........
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    Re: Old Ironsides

    I believe Frank Solivan was a member. There are other prominent pros as well, but their names escape me.
  18. Re: Unexpected things/benefits about playing mandolin

    I first saw my wife at a jam at Wintergrass that I got invited to as I was walking past the registration desk. Talk about unexpected! Can't be any better than that:)
  19. Re: Stewmac shipping outrageously expensive and NOT eco-responsib

    What a great business opportunity you have discovered.
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    Re: Bourbon and bluegrass

    Nope, they age some bourbons longer:)
  21. Thread: Old v New

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    Re: Old v New

    I’d go for the one that sounded better.:). Unless you’re buying a wall hanger.:(
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    Re: In The Mood

    That is so much fun.
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    Re: Orpheun mandolin, model number and year

    A picture would help:)
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    Re: Why Mandolin?

    It was Mando or banjo. My Dad played mandolin and my grandmother played frailing banjo. It’s an Appalachian thing:)
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    Re: Tiny Moore Tuesday

    I'm sorry I misunderstood your comment, thinking it was not made with the highest admiration of Hayes efforts. Print can sometimes transmit so little information.
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