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    Re: Need help to identify this

    You got that right Mike.
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    Re: If picks could talk!

    I've had a real shell pick for about 35 years and haven't lost the thing yet. It still is in great shape. I've tried all kinds but still coming back to the shell.
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    Re: Ever heard of a "guitar chair?!"

    Is a stool a chair?
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    Re: Let's hear your BEST musical joke?

    I didn't check if this already was posted but....
    A guitar and a banjo jump off the roof at the same time
    Which one hit the ground firsr?
    The guitar, the banjo had to stop and tune
  5. Re: Items stolen from David Grisman's gig last night

    Just another day in our deteriorating civility.
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    Re: Lemonade - Original Instrumental

    Nice job Greg, thank you.
  7. Re: New to me mandolin coming. Good string to start off with?

    I prefer Elixir nano web mediums. They seem to last longer than some of the other ones I've used.
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    Re: Blind Pick-Off!

    It's really hard to tell. To my ears they all sounded pretty much the same. Thanks, though.
  9. Re: Decided to expand from just guitar to mandolin

    I started out playing the guitar for years. Then I fell in with a bunch of good ole boys who wanted to start a band. Well, everyone played guitar so I got a mandolin. The first one was a cheap...
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    Re: Mandolin Cafe newbie, and NMD

    Sounds like you have had a fun journey. Keep going.
  11. Thread: Fossil pick

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    Re: Fossil pick

    Love it.
  12. Thread: Bag or case

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    Re: Bag or case

    I'm with Jim. I don't trust a gig bag either.
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    Re: Nother newbie

    Welcome to our wild, wacky world. Be prepared for a lot of fun, sore fingers, frustration and woodshedding to learn new tunes. Remember, this is supposed to be fun.
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    Re: Beware the mighty doubleneck

    Kinda reminds me of something Jimmy Page would get a kick out of.
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    Re: Loars at Carterís

    Glassweb, you forgot Randy Wood.
  16. Re: Made a Bone Saddle for my F4. Big Improvement!

    Bazz, that's really cool. And I must say you are a lot more ambitious then many of us, including me.
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    Re: My MAS is cured.

    I had the same feeling but it didn't last. Hope you'rs does.
  18. Re: What's a good way to get a decent appraisal?

    With some pictures and a description you may be able to get an appraisal from George Gruhn. I do not know what he charges but it might be worth a call or e-mail to him. Good luck.
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    Re: Gibson A-4, Teens vs 20s

    I have a 'teens A-4, along with some others, and it meets all my needs. I wouldn't spend 5grand just to get a "24.
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    Re: Please critique my playing

    You do a nice version of that song. Only thing I can say is keep at it. The more you play the better you'll get. Good job.
  21. Thread: Tonites jam

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    Re: Tonites jam

    And a great way to make new friends.
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    Re: Yank and Sleepy

    That was fun.
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    Re: This seems odd

    Put down your wallet and run, run, run.
  24. Re: Strings for a Gibson 1924 A-1 in "player" condition

    I use Elixir nano web mediums on all my mandolins. These include some 'teens and 20's Gibson A and F models.
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    Re: Hello, I am new here

    Welcome to our wild, wacky world. You will be amazed at the expertise and experience of Cafe members, so like Jim said, take you time, explore the Cafe and, mostly, have fun. Good luck.
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