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    Re: Allesi tuners

    I personally visited him in 2012. Nicolo is a real fine fellow and good to work with. There may be a wee bit of a language problem, but certainly not much. While working mainly alone, I understood...
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    Re: Confusing Gibson Flatiron

    In 1987, Gibson bought the Flatiron mandolin manufacturing company, located in Bozeman/MT, from the owner, Steve Carlson. In that facility, Gibson continued to make both Gibson brand and Flatiron...
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    Re: Allesi tuners

    Green MT Boy, those Alessis are great. <Removed by Moderator, please limit commerce to the classifieds>
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    Re: Loar’s Loar!

    Hm, that Loar - #75315 - has something going for it, as it's LL's personal F5. For all of you considering, on this F5 there used to be a pickup installed, hence plucked borings in the pick guard....
  5. Re: Gibson Ricky Skaggs Distressed Master Model - My New Mandolin

    Skaggs' Loar (#76778) didn't have a finish, when Ricky bought it. So John Paganoni varnished it. Don't know, when the neck shaving occurred. Today it has a new neck made by Gibson. And, of course,...
  6. Re: 1924 Gibson Mandolin Production Estimate - By Model

    Well, in 1923 Gibson started offering to install the Virzi into sent-back-to-the-factory instruments. At the same time, there is a chance that Gibson took a few ready-to-ship F5s from the shelf and...
  7. Re: 1924 Gibson Mandolin Production Estimate - By Model

    Please allow for a different take on the estimated production of F5s in 1924.
    Joe, you did excellent research in this field and, to my knowledge, were the first to point out that - generally...
  8. Thread: Straps

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    Re: Straps

    Simon, I actually have two of those leashes. My "boys" haven't needed a leash for several months now. They always behave and do just what I tell them to, using simple commands, such as "rosebud"... :)
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    Re: Straps

    A plain non-adjustable dog leash works for me - if it worked for him...

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  10. Re: A Review of SchneiderMusik - Caution

    Thane, as far as I understand, SchneiderMusik did wrong. They are responsible for a wrong delivery ("Falschlieferung"), which is a defect ("Sachmangel"). Hence, according to § 434 Abs. 3 BGB,...
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    Re: What kind of tuners are these?

    As far as I remember, the newer style Waverlies became available some time after 2005.
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    Re: What is this wood figuring called?

    Fiddler, IMHO Haselfichte ("Fichte" is German for "spruce") does not refer to the pattern of the medullary rays, responsible for the silking, but rather to the wavy grain structure. Here's a view of...
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    Re: Classic Grisman

    How 'bout "Lonesome River" by Here Today? Some of my favourite Grisman mandolin.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uN4c0Hrphfw
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    Re: Lyon & Healy Style C

    Right now? Where?:confused:
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    Re: '17 A-1 Bridge

    Steve, is the neck straight on your mandolin? The neck/fingerboard on those mandolins can (IMHO should) be perfectly straight. If there is a bow in the neck, you would want to have the fingerboard...
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    Re: Lyon & Healy Style C

    Thanks rcc, good to read that. In fact, there are no other traces of a fb change.
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    Re: Lyon & Healy Style C

    Please allow for reviving this thread. I just got my L&H Style C back from a friend who refretted it and levelled the finger board. Looks like the finger board is a replacement, as there is no sign...
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    Sticky: Re: Loar Picture of the Day

    Charlie Derrington would call this "slip-matched", if I'm not mistaken. The matter actually appears somewhere earlier in this thread.
  19. Thread: Speed

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    Re: Speed

    At the risk of running in open doors, to my experience, one key element is staying relaxed and working at a useful right hand technique. Won't hurt to study your favorite mandolin players' right...
  20. Re: Gibson Shipping Ledger - November 29, 1951

    I still find it interesting that all of Monroe's fingerboards, including that "holy grail", look, indeed, quite like 1923 until the early 70s (if I remember correctly), when R. Wood installed his...
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    Sticky: Re: Loar Picture of the Day

    Looks wonderful, Bill. Congrats again.
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    Re: Andrew Marlins Loar

    Should be #75950.
  23. Re: Electronic tuner: guide, or unquestionable authority?

    Spot on, sblock!
  24. Re: Electronic tuner: guide, or unquestionable authority?

    Pitch, temperament (each an agreement) and tuning are technical matters rather than artistic. (Sweetened tunings on pianos are a whole different story.) At the same time, there is nothing wrong with...
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    Re: beside the mandolin.

    Have been playing all bluegrass instruments (including Dobro) for over 35 years.
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