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    Re: Griffith Loar

    I should clarify for the recordÖ I was kidding and no Loars were harmed in the making of this photo.
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    Re: Griffith Loar

    This picture was taken moments before the mandolin slipped off Evanís lap and onto the ground. Bruce had to engrave some new cracks into the Girouard Tribute.
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    Re: Monroe Style Help

    Well, I've been doing some intense study of Bill through the Monroe Workshops with Chris Henry and David Mclaughlin and friends and learning Bill is a deep dive, especially when you consider the...
  4. Re: Looking for something darker and throatier

    Iím in agreement about Ellis for a darker, bassier experience.
  5. Re: Mandolin Tasting: Gibsons, Buckeye, Duff, Northfiled

    This was well done. Appreciate the time and effort that went into this. These blind comparison threads are always so humbling for those of us that are constantly seeking that special something. She...
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    Re: Northfield Airloom Recurve with A-style

    Larger bodied As based off the Gibson ovals are a real tight squeeze. My Duff did not really fit and it is based off of the Griffith body.

    Regards to protection these are not flight cases. They...
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    Re: Someone posted this on FB recently

    This is like the holy grail of awesomeness
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    Re: The Brilliance of Dawg

    https://instagram.com/kianjamesdye?utm_medium=copy_link

    My mistake his new project is called Virginia Rail and they have social media stuff as well. Looks like they have a gig on Thursday in...
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    Re: The Brilliance of Dawg

    Think you may have seen a young fella named Kian Dye. He has a new band called Cascade String Band and I believe is in Bellingham area. Very talented fiddler as well.
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    Re: David McLaughlin Style

    David is still participating in Chris Henry's Monroe Lineage Workshops. For every song learned (2x month) he submits a video playing it, talking about it. I am fortunate to have participated in the...
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    Re: Andy Statman Bought A Loar F5!

    Not to mention Mike Marshall completed his own bootleg Virzi-ectomy. I hope Andy puts lots of new wear on the top of that mandolin.
  12. Re: New Artistworks Bluegrass Mandolin with Sierra Hull!

    Pro move - submit the same video to Mike and Sierra and get different feedback from each one.
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    Re: Powerful A models in the 5K range

    Recent Duff A5s are the best.
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    Re: Memorizing a song

    Many of the classes on Peghead teach solos based on the teachers interpretation, throwing in a different note that feels right to you but isn’t taught by the teacher doesn’t feel “wrong” to me. It...
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    Re: Powerful A models in the 5K range

    Having owned several of the brands in this thread I think the builder mentioned that comes closest to the tone you seek in my experience is Kimble. When I listen to Castle Studios I hear those...
  16. Re: Billy Strings - "Midnight on the Stormy Deep" with Del McCour

    I thought that looked like it may have been Ronnie's Gil.
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    Re: XT we barely new ya!

    Really want to try these XS's but Daddario seems to have set the retail price with everyone and it is pretty steep. Has anyone seen any deals out there? Maybe I'll try these Mapes on.
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    Re: Help: Paypal or venmo or selle?

    I feel like neither of those options provides you any real protection is the seller is trying to rip you off. So unless they are reputable or you have a relationship with them buyer beware. As Sherry...
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    Re: Is It Possible to Fake It?

    Nice work here! For someone just jumping in to jamming this is really good. The more you do it the more the pieces will fall into place. Keep playing with that group too! They sound supportive and...
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    Re: New mixer

    I have a soundcraft UI16 and it’s pretty sweet. Nice to be able to adjust levels with the iPad while listening to the house speakers, save settings, and capture recordings, although the recordings...
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    Re: RIP Tommy Edwards

    This footage of Carolina Lightin is FANTASTIC. Thanks so much for sharing.
  22. Re: New (to me) Gibson A5L . To scoop of not....

    I’d scooped my Duff A5 and never looked back. If you are buying it to play than make it playable. While it is a sought after instrument, it isn’t a Loar, so if you aren’t buying it simply for...
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    Re: Help! Drowned out by fiddles!

    You should listen to some Foghorn Stringband and see how Caleb Klauder fits in the mix or better yet reach out for a lesson. I know he often will alternate between playing melody lines and playing 2...
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    Re: RIP Tommy Edwards

    Was just thinking of this great video of him and Andrew Marlin. Sorry to hear of this.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VfPYHIjDGEE
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    Re: Losing Your Place

    This actually ties in to your other thread about learning the notes in the chord and the chord changes. Those all correspond to the melody and they inform each other about timing and "where you are"...
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