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    Re: New Silverangel F model

    Sleep in the stars, beautiful!
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    Re: Fletcher Brock - Three new F5s

    The headstock sort of reminds me of a Nugget?
    Beautiful birds-eye!
    How do they sound?
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    Re: which strings should I use

    I'll second the J74 strings, they have great tone and they don't cost to much.
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    Re: Which mando do you most hanker after?

    1. Nugget
    2. Apitius
    3. Weins
    4. like everyone Charlie Derrington-DMM
    5. Altman
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    Re: Bill Bailey Mandolin Straps

    Yuperee, I love my Baily strap...

    As mentioned above those straps are as comfortable as an old shoe...

    Bill will talk your ear off about mandos, best thing I did was call Bill and talk...
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    Re: Full contact bridges

    I have a cumberland as you descibed above, with the small gap between the two feet. I just wonder how the full contact bridge effects the tonality, etc...darker tone, tighter mids, I don't know?
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    Full contact bridges

    Any insight to which is a better bridge, full contact or your traditional style?
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    Re: Quiet E string, help please!

    I have the exact opposite problem on my Eastman 615, the E IS EXTREMLY LOUD. My chop is affected by the over bearing E.
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    Re: What strings are good?

    J74's for me, I tried J75's and they were a little heavy for my liking. It also depends on what type of music you are playing. For Bluegrass I would go for the J74's, bright and poppy with plenty of...
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    Re: What do you like most (least) Bluegrass?

    It is in fact your prerogative to nit-pick, did you eat a rancid peanut or something? I would change it to the correct way of spelling, however I read it like that and I bet Coltrane with his super...
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    Re: What do you like most (least) Bluegrass?

    I love live shows and festivals, some of the best people on the planet are at shows. I would rather be with good people than anything else! I listen to grass most of the time, which makes me really...
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    Re: the Gibson Showcase

    Great review!
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    Re: Redwood tops?

    Flatwound~Do you have any sound samples? More pictures(headstock,etc...)
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    Re: Redwood tops?

    "Forests of limited range, and disappearing before your eyes.. [ethics of consumption subset]"

    ^^^I live in the Santa Cruz mountains on 1000 acres, it is logged responsible. It was once an old...
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    Redwood tops?

    Does anybody have any insight? I live in the redwoods in Northern California and I would like to find out some information about the ins~outs of this as a building material. Since I live in the...
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    Re: Yet another newb's topic

    Kentucky by a mile, once your hooked~well you'll see. ;-)
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    Re: New member...looking for direction!

    "{after a while the voice in my head yelling 'You Suck' was not the loudest one}. "

    ^^^post of the morning!
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    Mike Marshall's fundamentals is great!
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    Re: Wegen M100 Pick Review

    Wegen picks equal optimal tone for my ears and the family agrees, they just sound better than all of the (many) picks in my arsenal. Have not tried a BC yet, don't see why after all the TF140 is good...
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    Re: Merry Christmas.....

    Have a great new trip around the sun everyone!
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    Re: Red Diamond #205

    Being opinionated is not trolling, trolling requires a 3/0 hook and a couple of flashers, down~rigger is optional. ;-0
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    The back is beautiful, congrats
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    Re: Hand carving: What's the deal?

    It's all about the minute particulars of any given thing, whether it's food or working with wood. I don't know to much about working with wood, but I am a chef and for me I prefer tradition over food...
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    Re: newbie mando ramblings...

    mcgannahanskjellifetti, miss U Jerry! ;-)
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    Re: Red Diamond #205

    At the very least there should be faux frets on the "tongue", like Jamie Weins and others do. I agree with Glassweb, why not go the distance and eliminate the peninsula all together? Yellowmandolin,...
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