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    Re: recommend me an acoustic bass

    I have a Tacoma Thunderchief, and outside with a group, the sound is lost. The person next to you can hear you, but not the ones several feet away. I used a Roland Microcube bass RX, and got the...
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    Re: Dennis Vance receives double transplant

    Great news, and wishes for a speedy recovery!
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    Re: We Lost John Prine.

    RIP, John. Thanks for the gifts of your songs. They have been a blessing to our hearts.
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    Re: Happy 75th Birthday Today, David Grisman!

    Happy birthday, Dawg. Thanks for the music and the memories.
  5. Thread: Woodstock

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    Re: Woodstock

    I had the opportunity to go, but thought it was just another rock concert. I decided to keep working, and save a little more for my senior year of college. While it would have been a great...
  6. Re: Upgrade pickup on Mandocaster Re-issue?

    Almuse
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    Re: NMD - Two Point content!

    I love my 805D. It's a little bright, but I can live with that. Enjoy the 807!
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    I think that we are our own worst critics. We have an idea about how we want things to sound, and when it's not there or different, we get down on ourselves. As time passes we are able to be more...
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    Re: The end of my playing days.

    You have been in my thoughts and prayers ever since I saw your post. Dr.'s predictions aren't always correct, so don't despair. We're all pulling for your complete recovery.
  10. Thread: Ricky Jay

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    Re: Ricky Jay

    Dawg, please accept my condolences on the loss of your friend.
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    Re: If Mandolin Did Not Exist........

    I'd spend a lot more time with my bass guitars.
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    Re: Did a good deed today

    That's great. Thank you for giving such an awesome gift!
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    Re: Maple wood set (private reserve)

    That is going to be beautiful! If I start saving now ..................Ah heck, just keep posting pictures so I can dream!
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    Re: Where to shop for Octave Mandos

    I think that TeeJay (http://cricketfiddle.com/) will make them.
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    Re: Blue Chip Pick

    I like the TP50 for mandolin, and the CT55 for the octave mandolin. I use a TP40 on the Mandobird, but I may go to a heavier one for that. I haven't lost any picks, yet, but had one stolen while I...
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    Re: Alive Inside

    I also play some nursing homes each month, and have observed the pleasure that music has brought to them. I remember one lady in particular. I watched her for about 30 minutes, and I wondered why...
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    Re: Merry Christmas!

    Thanks, and I would also like to wish all of you a very Merry Christmas.
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    Re: Another newbie with a new mandolin

    Welcome to the cafe,and and the wonderful, and sometimes quirky world of the mandolin.
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    Re: RIP Leonard Cohen

    For me it's "Bird on a Wire", "Tower of Song", "Hallelujah", and "Going Home." Ah, well, how about all of them. His respect for not only his fellow musicians, but for the audience is something that...
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    Re: Treasure found

    Great find!
  21. Re: And now - for something slightly different

    Sounds really good. Love the tone and the looks of the instrument.
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    Re: Which CBOM would you keep if only one?

    My answer here is about the same as in the other thread. I would keep #68, made by TeeJay, aka. Tom Jessen. I love the tone and playability it has. (It's also the big brother of the mandolin, #58,...
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    Re: RIP Lee "Penn" Gwin

    Sending prayers to his family; RIP "Pen." I enjoyed your posts from Antarctica a great deal.
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    Re: RIP Merle Haggard

    Another great one gone. RIP Merle.
  25. Re: If you could only own one mandolin, which one would you keep?

    I would keep my "A" ov make it better than the other tal, #58, made by TeeJay. (Tom Jessen at Cricket Fiddle Instrument Company.) Lots of volume and tone made it the one to keep. I compared it...
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