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  1. Re: Chillin' by the pool on father's day...

    Good looking mandolin. And thanks for the well wishes.
  2. Re: Willie’s Diamond Joe—on tenor banjo

    Very nicely done! Thanks for posting.
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    Re: So...I'm stuck....dang MAS...

    I don’t know anything about Morgan Monroe or Rover mandolins. I will say that a properly setup Ky 150 is a very good sounding instrument. I suspect the same is true for your Eastman 404. The folks...
  4. Re: Joining the Girouard club - commissioned a build!

    You’ve chosen wisely. Play it in good health.
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    Re: Thanks Dennis...The Mandolin Store

    It truly is the most helpful shop on the planet. Dennis and Brian are good people.
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    Re: Making an Eastman Sing

    Blue Chip all the way. Nothing quite like it.

    Enjoy your MD 305. It’s a fine instrument.
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    Re: Collings MT NMD

    You’ve chosen wisely.
    Play it in good health
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    Re: The Breedlove Is Home!!

    Now that you’ve had your Breedlove for roughly a year and a half, what can you report?
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    Re: Glass mandolin syndrome

    Ky 150 is a great backup
  10. Re: First public playing of my Bean Blossom

    Good sounding mandolin. And good playing after just one week!

    Enjoy the Bean Blossom and keep having fun.
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    Re: Gibson F9 vs Collings MF - 2017 edition

    You've chosen wisely.
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    Re: New Poe Scout Arriving Today!

    Andy Poe's instruments are always impressive. His Scout model has become one of his signature accomplishments. Your new Scout is beautiful. Play it in good health!
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    Re: New Pictures of Nyberg Mandola

    As usual, Lawrence's instruments are beautiful.
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    Re: If I Could Only Listen To One Player.

    Let's not forget the great Buddy Merriam.
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    Re: good working mandolin

    Well stated.
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    Re: Comparing 3 Mandos

    I agree. The Passernig is a wonderful mandolin.
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    Re: Alrite Tribute

    A great review. Andy Poe is an extraordinarily talented builder and he's simply mastered the army-navy style mandolin.

    Play it in good health.
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    Re: Gibson and Collings. Same Tune

    I agree with the first part of your statement. The Gibson sounds better to my ears.
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    Re: Greetings! New member, first mandolin

    Welcome! Glad you joined up. Your choice of a Gretsch New Yorker was a good one. Gretsch makes fine instruments.

    Happy picking!
  20. Re: "The Unfortunate Rake: St. James' Hospital Blues"

    Nice! Very soulful singing. Thanks for posting.
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    Re: Advice on first serious mandolin purchase

    Elderly, The Mandolin Store and Robert Fear all carry the Kentucky line. If you choose an A-style, any Ky model, from the 150 on up ,may be all the mandolin you'll ever need . Any of the three...
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    Re: J Bovier Video sound demos

    Nice mandolin. Very "Ellis"-like sound. Play it in good health!
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    Re: $1500-$2500 mandolin recommendations?

    He posted last night. Perhaps he is asleep and hasn't seen the comments that came in during the wee hours.
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    Re: New Mandola Day

    Nice video. Thanks for posting
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    Re: "The Loar" neck joint question.

    Really good sounding Loar 600. Thanks for posting!
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