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  1. Re: No mando content: Remembering Ginger Baker

    His playing and the feeling he put into it made a huge impact on my ears.
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    Re: Collings MT2 Review

    The smile on your face in the first video posted says it all...enjoy.
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    Re: Mandolin Lessons for Beginners

    I agree with Randi. When I was teaching guitar lessons, most if it came from word of mouth, but it started with putting a notice up on a bulletin board. I also played instrumentally at wine...
  4. Re: Now HERE's a mandolinist's worst nightmare:

    Very conspicuous indeed.
  5. Re: Now HERE's a mandolinist's worst nightmare:

    I rarely laugh out loud at these posts, but that initial posted picture is a bit scary and funny all at the same time.
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    Re: Classic Grisman

    Top shelf stuff there...
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    Re: R. I. P. Robert Hunter

    He was one of the very best lyricists. Some absolutely great tunes came from his pen and the guitar of Jerry or Bobby.
  8. I downloaded it and have been really enjoying it....

    I downloaded it and have been really enjoying it. The song selection, musicianship and passion of the presentation are all right on. Thanks for the good music, Andrew!
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    Re: Potential USA Recesssion?

    No, but then I wasn't considering a purchase either. I haven't changed my spending habits as a result of an economic forecast. Weathermen and women get their forecasts correct more frequently than...
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    Re: Mandolin art (drawing)

    I love the self-portrait, Harrison! And the woman playing mandolin, Gertz! Very nice work...I'm going to have to get my drawing pad and box of pencils back out now.
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    Re: Why the connection?

    Well, I don't play banjo, so they would be wrong in making that assumption with me. However, it seems that when I read the Bluegrass Unlimited magazine, many of the musicians mentioned play several...
  12. Re: Mandolin Orange and NPR's tiny desk concert

    I watched that yesterday morning and loved it. They really have a great mix of acoustic instruments, voices and fabulous songs! The sound quality was quite good too. I'm not familiar with the mic...
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    Re: Some days are like that . . .

    Before I became totally self-employed, I worked in an office where things got stressful at times. I did the same thing with my harmonica...sat in the car with the windows open under a shade tree and...
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    Re: Sellerís Remorse - 2008 custom Weber Fern

    Good news! I hope it works out. I sold a 60's Fender Princeton amp for the same reason and later wished I had it back. I know the guy who I sold it to and have seen him many times and have...
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    Re: If You Don't Perform In Public....

    I agree, Bertram. I love playing music with other folks. You get interaction and ideas that couldn't happen all by yourself. If that counts for public, then I'm in...
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    Re: If You Don't Perform In Public....

    I've never understood the assumption that because you enjoy playing music that you must do it in public.
  17. Re: My 4th mandolin build, 2nd one built from scratch

    Looking very nice!
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    Re: If You Don't Perform In Public....

    I think you've hit the nail on the head, Greg. We notice these things, but not many others. That still makes it worth it to have the best instrument you can afford to enjoy. I am the most...
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    Re: My 'Customized' Eastman MD-315

    Looks like it is just inviting me to pick it up and play.
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    Re: If You Don't Perform In Public....

    Performing in public is not the end goal for me. I have done it in the past and it was fine, but kind of like a second job that took a lot of my time away from home.

    I play music for my own...
  21. Re: What is the most mandolins you've owned at one time?

    I briefly had 2 after I bought a new one and hadn't sold the other one yet. Just one works for me, but that doesn't mean I won't upgrade again at some point.
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    Re: Andrew Marlin's Gilchrist F5

    That was very enjoyable. I love their blend of acoustic instruments and voices.
  23. Re: Stumbled across this great version of Cold Frosty Morning...

    That is excellent! Great tune and excellent playing and sound quality.
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    Re: Odd Ebay Mandolin Picture

    That is the biggest mandolin I have ever seen! Hilarious.
  25. Re: Played a Loar F5 for the first time and met Mike Compton

    That is a cool experience. You must have had a huge grin on your face as you walked out of there with a great new mandolin and having had the time spent with Mike Compton. Thanks for sharing.
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