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    Re: Looking for a GOOD flat top mandolin

    +1 for Sawchyn Beavertail
    https://www.sawchyn.com/index.php/mandolins/beaver-tails
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    Re: Restringing Gibson

    Estimated string gauges and tensions for Gibson mandocello tuned G2G2 D3D3 A3A3 D4D4:
    24.5" scale length

    D4 course: 0.013" plain steel
    20lb tension

    A3 course: 0.018" phosphor bronze round...
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    Re: Uh oh THE Gibson may have a problem

    It looks like the French have solved this. Viva la France! :cool:
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    Re: Uh oh THE Gibson may have a problem

    Dibbs on "AND"!
  5. Re: What is the most mandolins you've owned at one time?

    One. But I have my eyes open.
  6. Re: What is the most mandolins you've owned at one time?

    Let me make one thing perfectly clear -

    I do not own and have never owned even one mandocello.
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    Re: Bruno mandocello at Bernunzio's

    Yes, Allen. If nothing else, please try it out so we can live vicariously through you. Ever since my daughter graduated college in 2017 i haven't been up to John's store.

    Before some one comes in...
  8. Re: What is the most mandolins you've owned at one time?

    Don't tell and don't ask.
  9. Thread: Old Gibson

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    Re: Old Gibson

    Let's see. Kentucky and Tennesee.....nope, no mandolin expertise there....

    Seriously, ground zero of mandolin expertise, it's just I can't help you as I live in CA. I imagine locals will give you...
  10. Re: What is the most mandolins you've owned at one time?

    Fewer than Jim Garber.
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    Re: Mandolin of unknown origin

    How does Jim Garber not already own this? :-)
  12. Re: If you could have any mandolin in the world….

    I just snagged this

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    I could be quite happy where my collection is right now, without spending another dime.
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    Re: Kel Kroydon KK20. Early 30s

    Here is a back shot, 177077
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    Re: Kel Kroydon KK20. Early 30s

    I remember them posts Mike, Mine wasn't the evilbay one, Mine has all original hardware and is pretty nice,177076
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    Re: Kel Kroydon KK20. Early 30s

    Hey, Boys and Girls: here are some of the Kel Kroydon toys (along with a Kalamazoo Playthings Company ad):
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    Re: 1977 Gibson F-5 Questions

    Okay, I just checked my 70's archives (you won't find that on mandolincafe) and found another C. S. 's signature on one dated 2/8/77 with serial no. 000-274. The tuners have been replaced,...
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    Re: eBay flat tops - would ya?

    Funny, I've been mining for codfish -- no luck so far...
  18. Re: Who was the first American mandolin manufacturer?

    Huh –– I was spelling it "voyeurs." Or does that mean something else...?
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    Re: Wow. What won't they try next?

    I was tempted to buy this but then I read it was missing a string so I will pass :cool:
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    Re: Wow. What won't they try next?

    They only have to sell one.... :cool:
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    Re: martin mandolins

    Also, the A is the only one with a squared-off headstock. The upper models (B, C, D & E) all have the headstock with a cutout. Here is a Martin style E headstock:

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    Re: A4 or Fake on eBay?

    The seller seems to deal a lot in parts, so .........

    But it seems to me that with a minimum of effort he could have taken WORSE pictures. Just needs to apply himself.:))
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    Re: tyler mountain mandolins

    They are the usual Asian stuff -- except, for a short time Tyler Mountain offered the brass-bodied resonator octave mandolin. I was interested, briefly, for the uniqueness of the instrument, but I...
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    Re: first Silverangel for 2019

    Here is the 2nd Silverangel in 2019
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    Re: Upside down Irwin

    Well the photo explains it all: the only way you can play in the mirror-G-clef is to hold the mandolin upside down.
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