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    Re: Damaged teens Gibson A3

    An A3 neck s/b pretty straight forward to replace and probably less $$ than you'd think. But i would try and repair the original if at all possible. Hopefully he got it on the cheap or you might soon...
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    Re: Your thoughts on this old Kay?

    Oh I duno, but it looks "old-kay" to me....
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    Re: Your MAS Progression

    I have never thought of using the words "mandolin" and "sell" in the same sentence. Unusual concept, but just doesn't work for me.
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    Re: Prettiest Peghead Inlays Ever

    https://www.mandolincafe.com/forum/threads/85239-Peg-head-poster
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    Re: Post A picture of your favorite "A" model

    I was able to narrow it down to these 5. 177584
  6. Thread: DFW luthier?

    by MandoHog
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    Re: DFW luthier?

    I agree with Walt on John Gathright. I have two of his builds and he has worked on MANY of my instruments over the years & I can highly recommend John for any procedure you might need, from minor to...
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    Re: $270,000 Loyd Loar on Facebook markeplace

    I agree, it is a healthy over price....unless they it includes that snappy afghan in the deal.
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    Re: Lefties Who Play Righty?

    I was getting an autograph on a Hot Rize CD a few years ago & noticed that Tim O'Brien is naturally left handed. He doesn't seem to have any problem getting around on anything he touches. Such a...
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    Re: Weight of mandolin

    Sorry for kick starting an old thread, but I had not ever read this. I was thinking about mando-weights though because yesterday I played the heaviest mandolin I have ever held (although not really...
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    Re: Unicorn A Mandolin (1979)

    That didn't take long. It is already gone. Anyone know where it went? It was number #127.
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    Re: Pickguards, or not?

    "No pickguard" is the correct answer.
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    Re: “Razorback Steak”

    HA! Thought I was the only person in the world that knew that song. Funny!
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    Re: What would you pay for a Unicorn A?

    The on in Japan was a good price, but it was missing the tail piece cover as well as the truss rod cover. Please send pictures and or stories of Unicorns out there to us at Round Mountain Sounds so...
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    Re: First Time To A Pickin' Festival

    Turkey Track is very nice festival. Winfield is an awesome experience, but not 100% bluegrass. It is difficult to go and camp for first-timers unless you know someone. Land locked space so every spot...
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    Re: My New Unicorn Mandolin

    Bob, just getting back on MC & see the auction had ended. i cant see where they listed what number that one was? did you happen to see? Thank you!
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    Re: My New Unicorn Mandolin

    Bob, ....a shop in Japan is selling an A-style Unicorn for about 3K. It's missing the tailpiece cover and the tension rod cover on the peghead; don't know what that's all about....

    whats the store...
  17. Thread: Ozark albums

    by MandoHog
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    Re: Ozark albums

    Here is a fine collection from the 1963 festival in Mountain View AR http://web.lyon.edu/wolfcollection/blurb1.html The Spring festival in coming up in a few weeks again too. Always the third...
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    Re: Gathright Mandolin

    Yes he very much IS still active. 870-280-3855. Call or text. He builds a great mandolin and is very enjoyable guy to talk to. He built two mandolins of mine and has worked on LOTS of other...
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    Re: Professional Set Up Work

    I HIGHLY recommend John Gathright in Foreman AR (the Southwest corner of the state just north of Texarkana). I have two of his mandolins that I LOVE. He has done lots of work for me in the last 20...
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    Re: November 1981 Unicorn Mandolin

    Be sure and add photos of any Unicorn mandolins you see and send them to us so we can include them on the gallery. http://roundmountainsounds.com/ or text them to David (mandohog) at...
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    New own at Phoenix Mandolin. Big News!

    Wow, I don't know any more than this, but makes perfect sense if Rolfe is "really" ready to start fishing full time now. Jenny has been a friend and trusted colleague to Rolfe for many years, Who...
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    Re: XM radio Bluegrass Junction

    Lets ALL protest about this. There are some 400 channels to choose from. Baseball channels seem to me to be a likely place. Or maybe one of the SEVEN comedy channels? Bluegrass has ONE choice. SXM...
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    Re: Turkey Track Bluegrass Festival

    Mandohog (David Finch) will be there! Probably taking the camper there this weekend.
  24. Re: Flickr.com - 1973 Ozark Mountain Folkfair program, Eureka Spr

    I was a kid, but was there. But i was not at Woodstock. Great fun! thanks for the memory....
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    An Aging Mando Hoarder - When to sell?

    What do you do with your mandos when none of your children care about them? When is the right time to cash in on the mandolins that you have collected as an investment (if ever)? Read the musings of...
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