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    Re: Take Me For Longing

    Thanks for posting...haven't heard or seen them before. I also like that they're multi-generational!
  2. Thread: Lily In The Wild

    by Bogle
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    Re: Lily In The Wild

    Very nice, and a great setting!
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    Re: Sierra Hull plays a Duff octave mandolin

    Talk about making it look easy (but I know it's not)!
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    Re: Brentrup Mandolins

    Regarding Hans' last F model, I posted comments (below) along with a few more photos in 2015:

    Hans has shared photos with me on prior occasions, so here is a photo of the last Brentrup F5C (the C...
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    Re: Completed First Build

    Most impressive, and the tortoise shell type binding looks great on that body!
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    Re: Show off your back side

    cc7--

    The cocobolo back on your D-28 Custom is simply stunning!
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    Re: John Cohen 1932-2019

    So sad to learn of this.....he was a superb performer, a great interpreter of old-time music, and a wonderful musician.
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    Re: Great New VŠňa H-5 Mandola

    Troy--thank you for posting the Vana H-5 photos.....elegant and Loar-like, to be sure!
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    Re: PBS documentary on the history of Bluegrass

    Great documentary. and well worth watching....except perhaps for Mr. Skaggs' endearing reference to ardent fans of Rounder 044, J.D. Crowe and the New South's game-changing first album, as "geeks".
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    Re: Whatís your travel case?

    My "go-to" case for air travel is from Gator.....polyfoam with a black nylon exterior. It's compact, not quite as thick as a Travelite but similar in construction. The Gator's big advantage is...
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    Re: Free Waterloo Mandolin

    Makes perfect sense to me.
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    Re: Sullivan mandolins, fqms.

    While in Louisville in 2001, I visited with Bill, Jeff, and Eric Sullivan at their shop. Eiichi Sumi happened to be there on that day (very nice gentleman) and they told me of their plans to market...
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    Re: My new Silverangel Econo A has arrived!

    Congrats....beautiful backside, too!
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    Re: New Kelley A model violin style

    That is a stunner, Mr. Kelley...and that incredible neck! 3-D glasses not necessary!
  15. Re: Bluegrass/celtic band playing Train 45 SUPER FAST

    Agreed Dave....fine musicians, however way too fast for soul...and discernible tone.
  16. Thread: New Kelley F5

    by Bogle
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    Re: New Kelley F5

    That's a powerfully-good sounding mandolin, Mr. Kelley!

    Durang's Hornpipe or Soppin' the Gravy?
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    Re: Country Gazette - A Traitor In Our Midst era

    Back in the days when Byron was one of the busiest studio musicians in the country!
  18. Re: Have lyrics, looking for band/song & maytbe album

    Here you go John:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q5S8MzC5wjI
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    Re: Show off your back side

    Spencer, that's a beautiful 'burst....did Ken give yours the "mildly" distressed treatment?
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    Re: Post A picture of your favorite "A" model

    My 2003 Brentrup M21V "Prototype":177647177646177648
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    Re: Cumberland Acousticís

    I highly recommend Steve and the CA folks for great mandolin set up work. Oh, and there's a bonus there too: lots of laughs!
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    Re: Can you help me identify this bluegrass song?

    Randall--I was fascinated earlier this evening when I read your post, because I've always liked that song and knew I had the LP featuring it somewhere! I set out on a quest (after a somewhat healthy...
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    Re: Leon Redbone - RIP

    So saddened to learn this. What a fantastic talent, and a remarkable interpreter of countless TradJazz classics.
  24. Re: The Entertainer - Solo Mandolin Arrangement [Tab]

    Outstanding!
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    Re: Loar plus Loar equals awesome

    Oh man, that Loar mandola is EXTRA-special!

    What a great demo!
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