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  1. Re: Forty progressive studies for the mandoline, Op. 50 - G Hucke

    Another good collection of Progressive Etudes for Mandolin is by Sol Goichberg. He played at one point with the New York Mandolin Orchestra and when I was still playing with them his wife Fanny...
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    Re: Old Ebenezer Scrooge format?

    Go to the source:


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mLPXDSbtuMo
  3. Re: Tip: Replacing Book Bindings with Spiral Bindings

    I also printed it double-sided but Staples or Kinko's said it was too large for one book. I guess there are coils that will handle larger books but maybe whoever did it for me did not deal with those.
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    Re: Fan-fret mandocello build

    Ok, Tonydxn et al: after you solve this luthiery puzzle the next level it to create a fan-fret Gelas model mandolin. I think I might have to take some dramamine for that one. :)

    Here's our friend...
  5. Re: Any tips on this technique before breaking into a tune?

    Same as Lawrence Welk's "A-one-a-and-a-two-a."
  6. Re: Forty progressive studies for the mandoline, Op. 50 - G Hucke

    These would be a good way for you to learn to read notation. And if you are familiar with fiddle tunes, you might also use some fiddle tune book like Ryan's Mammoth Collection all in notation to read...
  7. Re: Forty progressive studies for the mandoline, Op. 50 - G Hucke

    Thanks again, Eoin, for posting this scan. I just read through the first handful of etudes and one warning. The plates they printed this might have gotten worn down a bit from multiple printings...
  8. Re: Tip: Replacing Book Bindings with Spiral Bindings

    There is a great Irish tune book from a session in Kingston, Canada. I think it is over 500 pages in total. I think the limit to spiral/coil binding might be ~250 pages so I had to split it into two...
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    Re: 1910 Mandolin

    I never heard of a Calace Gold Leaf mandolin. Can you post some photos?
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    Re: Tenor banjo help

    How old it this tenor? Does it have a skin head on it? An old loose skin head would definitely sound muddy.

    In any case—skin or plastic—see how it does with the head tighter. Hopefully that patch...
  11. Re: What does a mando set-up cost in your area?

    Unless you have a Guitar Center where you live that has an excellent luthier I would steer clear. The one I go to has a young woman with an attitude who might know how to set up an electric guitar....
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    Re: Gibson "F-3"

    For historical purposes:
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    Re: Online percussive dance tutorials?

    Shtick: routine
    Opryland USA: Disney-fied country music theme park no longer in existence. More info: Opryland
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    Re: Online percussive dance tutorials?

    You will have to grow your hair really long and dye it blonde. :) Frankly her shtick annoys me. A little too Oprylandish for me. Just my dos centavos...
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    Re: Piccolo (Soprano) Mandolins

    I don't have any modern versions just vintage ones. Here are my two pictured with a standard Vega bowlback. The Vega on the left next to a Leland piccolo (Lyon & Healy around 1913) and a no-name...
  16. Re: Live From Here - Is There a Better Music Show ANYWHERE?

    Where do you listen to this? I searched and just got Chinese web sites or 404 errors. Have a link?
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    Re: Remembering Evelyn Tiffany-Castiglioni

    So sad to hear of another generous contributor to these pages and the music and instrument we love. RIP.
  18. Re: This weeks mandolin that won't get a bid or buyer

    Especially with basswood top back and sides. :)

    Rocket MAB01 Mandolin
  19. Re: How to choose a good F style mandolin when you are miles from

    I hesitate to quote the lyrics: “Fire on the mountain, run boys run...” :)

    Congratulations in any case. It looks lovely.
  20. Re: This weeks mandolin that won't get a bid or buyer

    Seller says: “Mandolin. Will post pictures in next couple of days.” Brand is Rocket.
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    Re: Five String Madness

    Yes. It is confusing having that extra course. I have a five-string viola with a high E. I wonder if after you get used to it it will be harder to go back to the 4 course instruments.

    BTW this...
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    Re: Online percussive dance tutorials?

    This might be a good tutorial to start with for Québécois footwork that fiddlers often accompany themselves. Andre Brunet is a phenomenal musician. You can take that from there to more complex dance...
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    Re: Five String Madness

    Cool! What is the range of scale lengths? Looks like a fairly big distance between the two.
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    Re: montgomery ward 1930 s

    Looks like a Lyon & Healy made bowlback from early teens circa 1912 or so.
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    Re: Lyon an Healy?

    Current price is $801USD with 4 days to go. Book price is ~$1300-2400 in EXC which means all parts are present. TP cover can be $300 if you can find one so closing into a non-bargain. Still it could...
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