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    Re: Interview with Tom Rozum

    And I love my "Banjo Scream" t-shirt. A classic.

    Tom's great, an amazing, understated talent.
  2. Re: STOLEN!! Martin HD28 mint condition and Gibson F5 L mandolin

    Really sorry to hear about that, hang in there.

    I'll echo what others have said about getting your instruments back.

    Regarding your briefcase and laptop, I've heard of them just getting...
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    Re: Surf's Up! New J.L. Smith (4-stringer)

    Uh oh. . .

    That about breaks the cool barrier. Nice.
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    Re: Kimble or Duff F5?

    Thought so, that a couple came out together last year.
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    Re: Kimble or Duff F5?

    Thought so, that a couple came out together last year.
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    Re: Kimble or Duff F5?

    I think so. It's very nice, may be one of his first F5's with his peghead design.
  7. Re: Open Back / Old Time Banjos - Comparisons to Mando Builders

    We're in a golden age of luthery. I think these are all fine open backs, roughly in the same price range, maybe with Pisgah and Rickard (generally) slightly less. But you probably know all this....
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    Re: Kimble or Duff F5?

    I had the same reaction. The Kimbles I've heard don't sound bright. Great tone, full and focused, but at least not what I consider bright. Maybe those in question were brighter, relatively speaking....
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    Re: Kimble or Duff F5?

    I just looked at the Kimble at TME. I bet that gets snapped up quickly. Very nice. NFI, etc.
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    Re: Kimble or Duff F5?

    Both are great. I've never played a Duff, but have been around Kimbles. There is a very good reason for their reputation. Go with your gut.
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    Re: Dreaming of a Great A5 under $6000

    I'd recommend Kimble as well, and Ruhland. I don't know what Matt is asking for A5's right now, but they were, and maybe still are, a great value. Matt, like Will, builds amazing mandolins. As do the...
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    Re: Doubt about a banjo for Bluegrass

    Just to add, the technique is much different, as it requires 3 (usually) fingerpicks, vs 1 flatpick. Mastering the rolls Jacob mentions is a whole other thing compared with a single flatpick (my take...
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    Re: Feline String Change Caution

    S---kabob. . .
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    Re: Feline String Change Caution

    I agree. We had a cat who would come running anytime he heard me changing mando, guitar or banjo strings, and loved to play around with the strings as they whipped around as I changed them. I was...
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    Re: James Tailpiece Opinions

    I love James tailpieces, but my take it that while the tailpiece alone may have made a small change in the sound, I agree with pheffernan, it's likely mostly Lynn and whatever he did to the set-up,...
  16. Re: East Tennessee Blues by Joe K. Walsh & Aaron Weinstein

    Yowza.
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    Re: We Lost John Prine.

    Yes, really aren't words enough for the sadness. Such a great human who touched millions of lives with his character and songs. So many people hit by this tragedy.

    Thank you John.
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    Re: Royal Box Waltz

    You can probably get it from Tristan. I'm not going to give away his work or transcriptions. Maybe you'll find it elsewhere. Good luck.
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    Re: Royal Box Waltz

    Check in with Tristan Scroggins, he has a nice version.
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    Re: For John Prine

    And they both clearly enjoyed themselves playing the song for John. In that moment they may have felt they were simply making music for a friend, brand names immaterial.
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    Re: sweetheart you done me wrong

    Thanks for posting this, I really enjoyed it, great singing and picking!
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    Re: Live From Home

    This thread is magic. . .

    And oh lordy, can we do a world telecast of Norah's?! That was down to earth beautiful music, heartfelt soul.
  23. Re: Do You Play ALL of Your Mandolins Regularly?

    I have 3 mandolins and rotate them consistently, if maybe not equally. I like each one and often think I really just need one. But I'd hate to have to choose. If I went that route I'd probably have...
  24. Re: Gibson threatening the mandolin and guitar luthier community

    I wonder how many non-Gibson mandolins and guitars were built since this thread started.
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    Re: Why do people only sell the great ones?

    Ditto. I was about to reply with a similar post. I've (embarrassingly) bought and sold a number of mandolins over the years. The few I have landed on are really (to me) potentially great. If I sell...
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