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    Re: Refret for Gibson F9

    I paid $550 for 12 frets , crown, set up.
    A bit high..., yup, and i knew it, but....the work was perfect on my fern. Perfect.
    The repairman is excellent. I had zero concern that my fern would be...
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    Re: Source for single Thomastik strings?

    I sure do>
    the US distributor. Connolly Music
    theyre in NYC.

    I contacted them about a year back, after having two different strings break on new sets of starks.
    an A and a D on starks. two...
  3. Re: Anyone know of a website or app that will display all chord n

    Fwiw, i too wanted the same info, ie 1-3-5, for any chord.

    I did this for guitar jazz chords long ago, root on 6th string, 5th string, 4th string, and inversions. Really helped me.

    Then, i did...
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    Re: Best Banjo joke I've heard in a while

    I am deeply hurt by the overwhelming and deep hatred yall ‘spress towards us who play , or are trying to play this maligned, misunderstood, and nuanced instrument.

    I shall start a “banjos too”...
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    Re: Funny Banjo Content

    Yeah, yeah.
    Haters!

    I like my banjos.

    Last night my banjo playing friend added a banjo head with a built in pick up to her John Hartford.
    She asked me if it sounded good. Unfortunately, it...
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    Re: Weldon Lister Tailpiece on Collings

    That rare thing.
    An “owner improvement” that actually is one.

    Beautiful.
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    Re: Replacing Gotoh Tuners

    Let me add, do not rely on rubner to know what fits.
    I recently upgraded my rigel a. It had gotohs.

    I asked if the tuners would fit.
    They did not, due to the close angled “A” configuration....
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    Re: Gibson F-5L thoughts

    Many mandos have yellow to brown/sepia. Tobacco burst, and other names given to particular hues and shades of the various browns gibson has used. Ice tea, desert sunset, ad nauseum,



    These...
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    Re: Gibson F-5L thoughts

    Congrats.
    Im sure youll love it.


    Aa good gibson has a unique and distinctive sound, and, imho, an unequalled woodiness to the lower ranges and chop. And a certain sweetness to the higher range....
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    Re: Gibson F-5L thoughts

    this is what I have read as well.
    FWIW I bought my 2002 fern, sight unseen, with a 3 day return. I love it.

    You cant always find one where you live. In fact, you cant always find lots of musical...
  11. Re: Hedwig's Theme - Solo Mandolin Arrangement [Tab]

    And, nice touch with mortar and pestle, tinctures!
  12. Re: Triggs Guitars and Mandolins feature video

    Love my triggs archtop!
    Jim is a great guy.
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    Re: Training the Mind

    I try to be in the music, not in my head. I sway, move my hips, head, etc.
    This helps with focus, listening, timing, and, solos.

    I dont worry about mistakes. Im going to make them. Yet, most are...
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    Re: Gift for Mentor?

    Gryphon strings has some great mando peg winders, made by a guy that works there, from vintage pens caps, in the frank ford menu. Imho, they are gorgeous.shop, “franks corner”.

    Nfi.

    Fwiw, i...
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    Re: A 6 course renaissance lute I built

    Wonderful!
    Very interesting rosette design.
    Hand made pegs by you?
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    Re: Late medieval lute just finished :)

    Nice!
    I used to build lutes.
    Like the rossettes especially.

    Sapelle?
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    Re: Thor's Hammer

    Wow, what a beautiful mandolin!
    Play it in good health.

    Fwiw, i veryy recently bought a long desired 2011 martin cs guitar.
    It is universally acclaimed a fine guitar.
    Similarly, upon arrival, i...
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    Re: Flatwound mandolin strings

    Oooh a zombie thread!

    Flatwounds have a unique tone, and feel.

    I WAS a long time Tomastik user and lover, even at $40 a set. I recall when they were $20.

    BUT, i wont buy them any longer.
    ...
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    Re: Far East Man on eBay

    Yeah, i dont think theres any shortage of great us instruments in japan at all.
    Pricey, yup. Scarce, not so much.
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    Re: Go Deeper, Not Wider

    I am a bourgeois pig.
    It seems, now that i have retired and am more or less secure, i have indulged far more than my previous self. Due to gigging, i have gone from one “soul mate” martin for 45...
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    Re: How To Avoid Losing An Expensive Pick

    Im with pops....i keep my blue chip in the strings.

    That’s because i play at home, jams, open mics, gigs, friend’s homes.
    So a dedicated holder doesnt really make for a universal rountine.
    ...
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    Re: Mandolin without marks on the neck

    I just bought these, for my very pricey deering banjo, which had tiny side markers, white against ebony. Unusually small. Elegant, but sometimes hard to see.

    In dim light, and when capoed,...
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    Re: LR Baggs Venue preset tips?

    Notch off because it didnt feedback.
    Presence 0 , piezos are bright, brittle, or atleast my rigel a is.
    Sorry for the late replay.
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    Re: Goals for 2019

    Im not a resolution or goal guy , at least in connection with new years.

    New musical direction, away from the bluegrass, only because its been all ive been playing, it seems, for 8-9 years now....
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    Re: Resisting the "Iron Maiden"

    I use a metronome, daily. It has really helped with banjo rolls, and, generally gaining accuracy and speed.

    Simply, its a discipline of listening.
    There are days, often caffeinated, that slowing...
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