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  1. Thread: Nudie's Mosrite

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    Re: Nudie's Mosrite

    So Martin- did it ever sell? I'm surprised you didn't pick it up.
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    Re: Gibson EM-1235 with TWO MANDOLIN NECKS

    Very cool. If I hit the lottery [well, I guess I'd have to play first], I might give it a whirl. It would definitely turn some heads.
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    Re: Eight Miles High -Desert Rose Band

    Awesome. Desert Rose is/was a great band. Didn't know they were still kicking.
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    Re: Tweaks for weak sounding E strings

    I thought the pickup wasn't adjustable.
  5. Thread: Eastman El Rey?

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    Re: Eastman El Rey?

    I see these are widely available now. I'm tempted, but really don't need another mandolin. Of course- if I sold one of my others!!!!!!!!!
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    Re: Jumping in the Pool

    The male fiddle player from Asleep at the Wheel was playing one of those the last time I saw them. It sounded pretty good.
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    Re: Mandobird revisited

    Hey Daniel- that's a bad looking Fender you've got there. I love the color and the "hockey stick" head stock.
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    Re: Mandobird revisited

    Yeah, I had one of the gold sparkly ones also. It was certainly one of the coolest looking mandolins I ever owned, but I could never get a decent tone out of it. I didn't think it was worth investing...
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    Re: Naked Bridge Post Is Shredding My Palm

    A little late to the game but- I had a sharp edge on the tailpiece of my 1929 National mandolin that was chaffing my arm. I used a piece of moleskin- like you would put on a foot blister. It had...
  10. Re: Did you catch the Ken Burns Country Music series opening?

    Well, I thought I'd add my two cents worth. I watched every second of these shows and really thought is was one of the best shows I've ever seen. Ken Burns does such a good job of research and...
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    Re: PBS documentary on the history of Bluegrass

    I also thought the show was wonderful. I'm not really a bluegrass fan- kind of like it for a bit, but not a steady diet. But I learned so much history from the program, as well as much behind the...
  12. Thread: Woodstock

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    Re: Woodstock

    Very cool Benski. I thought the part of the movie when Santana starts playing Soul Sacrifice after the rainstorm was one of the highlights. I, of course, had to get every Santana album ever made-...
  13. Thread: Woodstock

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    Re: Woodstock

    Santana was unknown outside the Bay area at that time. Woodstock helped put them on the map and propelled them to the greatness that followed. Don't know if anyone saw the PBS special on Woodstock...
  14. Thread: Woodstock

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    Woodstock

    So, today Aug. 15 is the 50th. anniversary of the first day of Woodstock in 1969. I believe I made a similar post 10 years ago for the 40th. anniversary, so we'll see if 10 years later we get any...
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    Re: Free Waterloo Mandolin

    I also would like the black one. Thank you, Steve.
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    Re: The D.Gilchrist in the classifieds

    Wow, nice looking mandolin. I'm not quite sure what warrants that extremely high price. There are some wonderful well made electrics out there at a fraction of that $$.
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    Re: Bob Venn Tiny Moore 5 String Electric Mandolin

    Yeah, that's way more than I'd be willing shell out for that mandolin. I actually like the Roberts design better ( and own one).
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    Re: 4-string emando, whatís the best out there?

    I've played a lot of electrics, and most of them were great. For the money, I highly recommend J.L. Smith. A mid priced instrument with excellent workmanship and sound.
  19. Re: Recently Built J.L. Smith (4-string): Still going strong!

    Ditto on Ted's comment. John makes great instruments and is easy to work with.
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    Re: 1953 EM-200 original red or refin?

    Looks refinished to me. I don't believe they made an EM 200 that color. Or any other mandolin for that matter. I'm not sure how they can justify asking $12,000 for it.
  21. Re: 1952 Bigsby inspired 5 string Electric Mandolins

    Eddy- those are awesome looking. If I only needed another mandolin. I should really stay off this site. It's cost me way too much money over the years. Keep up the good work.
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    Re: mixer for three instruments to one amp

    I play fiddle and 2 or 3 mandolins when I gig. I use a Baggs Venue. It allows you to use one cord for all instruments in that when you hit the tuner foot switch, it cuts the signal off so you can...
  23. Thread: Mann mandolins?

    by Chief
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    Re: Mann mandolins?

    I've had both the SEM and the EM. They were wonderful instruments, but like a dummy, I moved them on to new owners. Mine were both 5 strings. Tone was very clean if wanted, but I'm usually on a...
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    Re: Martin mandolin info

    Hey Mick- well it's a good thing I know a little Spanish. Yes, I do like fondue. Adios, El Chiefo.
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    Re: Martin mandolin info

    Hey, thanks for all the replies. Looks like late 40's- kind of what we thought. It's in pristine condition for an instrument of that age. I just need to put some new strings on it to make it really...
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