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    Re: midi keyboard | off top

    Pretty deep topic, response would be thousands words, I recommend a couple books which give a good overview tho neither covers MIDI 2 AFAIK. Snoman's cover synth bass in detail, and look into forums...
  2. Re: New year goals - advice for getting better at practice

    Here's some recent threads, you could do all kinds of stuff. Record yourself, commit to playing out/jam with someboyd, busk etc. I've been learning lap steel in tunings for which there are no books...
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    Re: Good pick for starters

    There were 2 samplers, I think this is the last thread https://www.mandolincafe.com/forum/threads/117767-The-Traveling-Pick-Sampler-Anyone-Interested/page36

    Anyways, a nice Ultex, primetone,...
  4. Re: New restrictions on pearl and abalone into Canada

    I googled a bit since I was thinking of a trip to BC sometime. Googling "import rosewood guitar into canada" or ebony or mother of pearl or whatever leads to hours of reading, stuff like



    so...
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    Re: Help me date a Kentucky KM-1500

    2012? https://www.mandolincafe.com/forum/threads/88874-Kentucky-KM-1000-vs-KM-1500
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    Re: Speaker size for 4-string emando amplifier

    There's lots of good little amps in your price bracket Roland/Boss Cubes and katanas, blackstar core, Fender Mustang. Also used ones: DV Mark, Yamaha THR or ZT Lunchbox, you shd try as many as you...
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    Re: A highly misguided proposal for a trade

    The Loar LM310 F style, $350 new maybe close to $225 used...

    I've seen enough goofy stuff on reverb and ebay etc. that it's way too much exertion to roll my eyes anymore. But I bought a brand new...
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    Re: Kentucky Treasure

    Still sounds fresh, and audio quality is great too. A lot of banjo pickers are familiar with the date/place of those sessions from this ad...
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    Re: Cashdollar video from a few weeks ago

    this is a great vid, she started on lapsteels from Dobro because playing with Levon Helm and another drummer, she needed a little more volume!

    https://youtu.be/cQvvMePMCqs?t=3610
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    Re: Cashdollar video from a few weeks ago

    Resohangout is the only steel forum that features vids that i can think of. Maybe this one tho the first steel shown is conventional tuned E13 on front, c6 on back neck
    ...
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    Re: Thoughts on abbreviated pickguards

    I had one installed by Steve Smith/Red Line/Cumberland Acoustics, along with refret, new bridge and other stuff (highly recommend his work by the way). The pickguard mount is just 2 pins into the...
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    Re: Tips for chording with a hard(ish) pick?

    are yo u holding it the way Sierra Hull, Thile and Mike Marshall show in their youtube vids? It's pretty rotate-proof. You could also try cork or textured rubber strips on your pick, cut them up,...
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    Re: So I guess I'll practice scales some more....

    Sure, scales and other exercises to keep it fresh, I like Julin's Mandolin Exercises for Dummies (and Julin's other book)

    and the Alfred 3 volume series...
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    Re: Apollo Mike Marshall picks

    So went to buy one and online store is temporarily down ;-{

    https://www.apollopicks.com/

    BUT: has anybody seen/tried the John Reischman signature pick that he mentions on Apollo homepage?
  15. Re: Kentucky K1000 Master Model need help with serial number

    Congrats, i think you just scored a pro level instrument you can play happily for the rest of your life at a great price. I've had a few Kentucky's, I'm a big fan (Goldstar banjo too, i really like...
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    Re: Any good RH technique resources?

    Andy Wood Cracking the code https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jr07_DguhCI

    and Thile and Sierra H

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IdhVC0DzfFY

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-tCoGGcsi0I
  17. Re: Looking for a tuner that saves my sweetened tunings.

    I have a Strobostomp HD pedal that needs a preamp to get the Peterson to work properly with piezo clipon (including the one Peterson sells) so, yeah a bit involved.

    However, you can skip the...
  18. Re: Richard Provost Art & technique of practice queries

    The Schillinger system sounds interesting but the wikipedia writer obviously hates it (so I don't think i'm going to spend $200 to read it...)

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schillinger_System
  19. Re: F5 Upgrade Guidance - Gibson, Collings, Northfield

    Did you get enough advice? Another vote for going to shops/festivals/workshops whatever it takes to try a few necks etc out in person.

    Also another shop suggestion tho they're understocked right...
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    Re: A song from Kolkata

    Sounds great. Yours was first youtube channel I ever subscribed too but i have a lot of catching up watching to do on your vids now
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    Re: Advice for first classified ad

    Excellent advice in this thread..

    Helps to have a phone/skype /zoom conversation so you can see who's buying and selling and demonstrate tone, how tight the case lid is etc. When you ship make...
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    Re: Help me date a Kentucky KM-1500

    ... nevermind

    Rosanne Rosannadanna
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    Re: Help me date a Kentucky KM-1500

    Did you ask Saga? Does it have a label like https://www.mandolincafe.com/forum/threads/142654-Kentucky-F-style-KM950

    You can also search old threads as suggested in...
  24. Re: Richard Provost Art & technique of practice queries

    This is a good book, also, Halberstadt, funny story of going to Univ of Washington for a jazz trombone degree and becoming a pianist in the process
    ...
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    Re: What are your thoughts on Deering Tenor Banjos

    Another option is to look at Gibsons and other makers that are converted from tenor to 5 string and the tenor necks are available pretty cheap on forums/ reverb/ other selling sites, or the 5 string...
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