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    Re: Meet ... the Perfect Mandolin Player.

    This just goes to reinforce that we have collectively lost our minds...........but ain't we having fun.
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    Re: Bluegrass/Mandolin related books

    Bill Monroe by Tom Ewing. Bluegrass Mandolin by Jack Tottle (an instruction book}. Bluegrass by Neil V. Rosenberg, Bluegrass by Bob Artis, Can't You Hear Me Calling (The Life of Bill Monroe) by...
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    Re: Your First Upgrade

    My first was an Aria A model with F holes. It was super cheap and sounded like it. But, it helped me learn the basics. I got tired of the poor sound and went to a teens Gibson A 2. Got a decent...
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    Re: Mandolin Influences

    I learned to play the guitar at the age of about 30, played it for years. Then I moved and fell in with some old Florida crackers and they talked about for3ming a band. Well, including me there...
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    Re: Bought & I Donít Even Play

    CB, you're not too old to learn and to have fun with that little, unsanforized guitar.
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    Re: Looking for a mandolinist

    Move the band to Florida and you're on.
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    Re: My first mandolin

    Nothing to be ashamed about or apologize for. Nice job, you should be proud.
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    Re: Walmart mandolin

    I'd jump on that one...........with both feet.
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    Re: Expensive mandolins

    I bought my Randy Wood F 5 simply because I wanted a good mandolin. This was back in 1993 so it was somewhat affordable back then. Never regretted the expense.
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    Re: We're not so weird...

    Of course someone collects belly button lint; folks also collect fingernail and toenail clippings. We need to put more medication in the water supply.
  11. Thread: Noob. Hiya!

    by Denny Gies
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    Re: Noob. Hiya!

    Welcome to our wild, wacky world. Remember, this is all fun, fun, fun.
  12. Re: oddball (pseudo?-) resonator w. amusing "professional" setup

    Someone didn't take their medication when this was made.
  13. Re: If you could have any mandolin in the worldÖ.

    I already have it, my Randy Wood F 5.
  14. Re: Zacro - Your First Name in Pick Retrieval

    A 'spludger"? Someone needs to get a life.
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    Re: Man I need a good tuner...

    I found a square Snark that fits on the headstock and fits into the case just fine. Never have to take it off and it seems to work great.
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    Re: Flatbush Waltz - my attempt to play it

    Nice job PH.
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    Re: Satan is Real movie

    You got that right, Pops 1,
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    Re: Finished at last

    Hope it sounds half as good as it looks. Thanks.
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    Re: Virzi "Tone destroyer"

    Bob, take two aspirin and call me in the morning.
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    Re: Satan is Real movie

    if the movie is half as good as the book, I'll go see it.
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    Re: Leave leather strap on?

    Ditto Gruntfish............leave it on.
  22. Re: Article: Mike Compton Talks First Generation Bluegrass Mandol

    Thank you Mike and Scott. Neat stuff.
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    Re: Grieving Sally Goodin

    Relish the good memories. Time really does heal. Hang in there.
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    Re: John Starling

    You got that right Timbofood.
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    John Starling

    Just saw in Bluegrass Buzz that John Starling has passed away.
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