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    Re: Loar tailpiece Cover

    Thanks Mike and the rest of you folks for helping me out by answering my questions. As always, it's a pleasure to be part of this mandolin community.
    Rich
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    Loar tailpiece Cover

    Dear Cafers-
    I have recently acquired a February 18, 1924 Loar. The tail piece is different that other vintage Gibsons that I have seen. In particular, the detail on the top on the traditional...
  3. Re: So what is the "real" value of a Loar in today's world?

    I have followed this thread with great interest. As I said in an earlier post, I am interested in buying a Loar and have been gathering information on available Loars, prices, and tax consequences....
  4. Re: So what is the "real" value of a Loar in today's world?

    I want to put my toe in the water here. First, hello to Gary who knows me from prior mando transactions. I understand the high costs of the Loars, that there is a wide variety in condition and sound,...
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    Re: Mandolins in progress

    NEW DUDE TO BE-
    108700I hope that this is the right topic to post a new mandolin in progress albeit not Darryl's.
    I am super excited about a new mando that Lynn Dudenbostel is making for me. Here...
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    Re: Berklee Tribute to John McGann

    Yes, it is a Sobell. John was a friend and musical mentor. Simply put, I miss him and think of him often. Rich M.
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