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    Re: Gibson Post Mortem

    I would not bother trying to sell anything for a while. A global disaster is a “tough” time to sell much aside from toilet paper.
    And now, my last bastion to avoid doom and gloom I have destroyed...
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    Re: Informal Poll

    If I had the money, I know exactly what mandolin in that range I’d buy, in a heartbeat!
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    Re: We need songs for these times

    I remember the chickens on the muppet show when he did that!
    I saw the Steve Martin clip the other day, made me start thinking of getting out the old Washburn and getting back into old timey banjo a...
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    Re: Happy 75th Birthday Today, David Grisman!

    Indeed, happy natal anniversary!
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    Re: We need songs for these times

    Christine,
    That’s a good one right there!
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    Re: We need songs for these times

    Did anyone see the article in bluegrass today from Chris Jones about songs for the present situation?
    There are actually two, both were excellent.
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    Re: Social Distancing

    I’m ready for this to come to its end, I have not really changed my routine very much, I am comfortable in my house, I have things to do, I don’t need to have an “entourage” as so many people seem to...
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    Re: Reading suggestions

    Tom Ewing’s Monroe biography is a good one, have not started the Ralph Stanley bio.
    Currently I’m reading Jean-Georges Vongerichten biography “A Life In 12 Recipes” interesting.
    Jacques Pepin’s bio...
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    Re: When You First . . .

    Bill Halsey, Duffey, Monroe
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    Re: Gibson necks for sale

    Yep, that stuff shows up from time to time. When they had a big sale when they bailed out on Kalamazoo there was a LOT of stuff that ended up in people’s garages. My brother got a bunch of mahogany...
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    Re: Musician quotes

    Jim, that one was so good I darned near dropped a whole handful of mashed potatoes and gravy!
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    Re: Musician quotes

    “When playing music becomes a JOB, it’s time to quit!” Doc Watson

    Words to live by!
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    Re: Gigs Cancelled - Health and Safety

    Just heard my wife may be working from home for the next 60 days! Not firmed up yet but, that’s the most recent scuttlebutt from her office.
  14. Re: Gibson threatening the mandolin and guitar luthier community

    Give them 90 years.
    If you look back through some of the numerous threads about the efforts that have been made to return the caliber of the Gibson mandolin back to its height I do not think you...
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    Re: New Stiver Mandolin in 5 weeks!

    That’s really cool Bill! Lou makes a beautiful instrument, it will perform for you for many years! Enjoy it.
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    Re: Gibson Post Mortem

    Scott, you’re killin’ me!
  17. Re: If you think changing strings on a mandolin is a pain...

    You said a mouthful!
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    Re: Gibson Post Mortem

    Yeah, really? This comes up a lot more than I ever had expected it would. Just because there is not a huge roll out every year of “new and improved” products a Death knell idea comes up, weird!
  19. Re: Funny reference to Bluegrass in mystery novel

    Aww, geeze!
    Or maybe “Gee, Haw?”
    I can be pretty “Muley” about playing (or listening to) music.
  20. Nice! Congratulations Adrian!

    Nice! Congratulations Adrian!
  21. Re: Funny reference to Bluegrass in mystery novel

    The ambiguity is palpable for BG fans like many of us (myself included)! I like to think he was referring to the more positive aspect of the music making him feel a bit better. Wasn’t it Steve Martin...
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    Re: Source for left-handed mandolins

    How kind of you to do the leg work for someone!
    What a nice guy!
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    Re: How to make the crack disappear ?

    John, that is one of the best quotes ever!
    I may have to change my signe!
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    Re: This Repurposing Thing Has Gone Too Far

    Banjo...Head...
    And the light goes on!
  25. Re: Sunburst practice/test - What happened here?

    There was a furniture restoration show on PBS years ago and the (click and clack of furniture) guys referred to that as a “Spit Coat”. I have a cabinet maker buddy who does amazing finishwork and he...
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