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    Re: Powerful A models in the 5K range

    I don't know if you're still looking, but I'd be all over that Kimble that just showed up in the classifieds. NFI, etc.
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    Re: Jammin' with Sam

    Yes epic. One of my favorite tunes. Pleasant surprise to see this posted. Those two doing Land's End, classic. Now, back to work on it. . .
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    Re: favorite festival tent?

    i highly recommend the REI Grand Hut 4 for what you describe, and always get a tent sized a person or two from what you expect to use if for. From my experience, like serving sizes on food packages,...
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    Re: favorite festival tent?

    i highly recommend the REI Grand Hut 4 for what you describe, and always get a tent sized a person or two from what you expect to use if for. From my experience, like serving sizes on food packages,...
  5. Re: Jimmy Buffett: Something So Feminine About A Mandolin

    Thanks for posting, that was pretty excellent to watch for this long time Parrot Head.
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    Re: New Project - Guy Clark Cover

    Very cool, nice gear. Stuff that works. . .
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    Re: New Project - Guy Clark Cover

    Have to ask, which of your fine sounding mandolins did you use on the recording, if you don't mind saying.
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    Re: New Project - Guy Clark Cover

    That was really great. Your playing and arrangements fabulous, and you captured the soul of the song. Nice recording too. I'd like to do just one of those things half as well. Thanks for sharing.
  9. Re: fun NPR desk concert, shows a nice Kimble and Gibson, and mor

    Cool. Was that a Kimble mando or mandola?
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    Re: Asheville, NC Area Music Shops?

    I've been to Acoustic Corner down the road in Black Mountain a couple times. Nice folks, good selection.
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    Re: Finish impact on resonance?

    Well, I suspect there'll be a bunch of replies here, so I'll start by saying mandolins with many finishes, probably tot spit too, can sound good. But generally nitrocellulose may not be quite as...
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    Re: New Ruhland F5's?

    They could be, as hard as it is to believe. He's a master. Set his own high bar early on.
  13. Re: A good reason to have more than one mandolin

    Is there a bad reason. . . ?

    I have two mandolins, either of which would be more than fine if I only wanted to have one. I've recently started alternating between them every week, which is kind of...
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    Re: Please School Me On Mandolin Strings

    Welcome to the forum.

    I don't tend to change strings much but learn here on the forum a lot about the different alternatives.

    I used J74's a long time, then a couple years ago switched to...
  15. Re: Possible Transition from Light to Medium Strings

    I changed strings on a mandolin and guitar yesterday, and while I don't change strings often I do find it relaxing. There are a couple easy tricks, and it's like learning to ride a bike, or as...
  16. Re: Sugar Magnolia Grateful Dead Mandolin Lesson

    Hey that was great, thanks for posting it. I'll give it a try.
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    Re: RIP Tony Rice

    Yes, Wow.
  18. Re: A mando track with my Ruhland F5 on this cover tune.

    Thanks for sending that along. Really enjoyed your singing and playing. And your Ruhland sounds fabulous. Bell-like. Great sounding guitar too.
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    Re: Traditionally voiced A-style?

    I echo earlier recommendations of Kimble and Givens. Or get on a list for one from one of Matt Ruhland's upcoming A5 batches.

    These fit what to me is the current take of "traditional" voicing.
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    Happy Anniversary Mandolin Cafe!

    Scott-

    Congratulations! You and the Mandolin Cafe team have created something really special, and valuable. I know I'm not alone in appreciating how much this means musically and socially. One of...
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    Re: Me and Bobby McGee

    Corbin, really great editing and playing. Really enjoyed your vocal arrangement and singing too. Interesting, tasteful and true to the song.
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    Re: Builder or Company

    Another perspective, We have 3 mandolins, all from individual builders, all fabulous. None of which I played before buying. All of which I'm more than happy with. At the same time I've had mandolins...
  23. Re: David Grisman - 'Home is Where the Heart is'

    Not to mention Herb Pedersen, one of my all time favorite harmony singers and banjo players. The whole band, material, mixing, energy. Just stellar.
  24. Re: David Grisman - 'Home is Where the Heart is'

    Correction to my earlier post, the album is "Here Today."

    Sheesh. . .
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    Yeah, this is such a classic CD set.

    Another classic of that general time is "Home Today." One of my all time favorite bluegrass albums.
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