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  1. Re: Gibson Master Model A9 vs Vintage Gibson A9 (1930s)

    As much as I like old Gibson mandolins this is like comparing apples to oranges. I'd be all over the A9 assuming it wasn't damaged.
  2. Re: Suggestions for Online posting of musical content for payment

    Once it’s out there, it’s out there, payment after the fact is pretty doubtful. As for vanity? Who cares!
    Start your own YouTube channel and try to get sponsors I guess.
  3. Re: Live From Here - Is There a Better Music Show ANYWHERE?

    I am a fan of Chris's music and have been since the first Nickel Creek album. I went to a concert when Nickel Creek was touring in support of their first album. At the time, they really were very...
  4. Re: Live From Here - Is There a Better Music Show ANYWHERE?

    "Be yourself, and be yourself the best you can. Everybody else is taken."
  5. Re: Live From Here - Is There a Better Music Show ANYWHERE?

    Trolling perhaps?

    It takes a certain amount of smugness to trust your abilities to judge someone you've never met and gotten to know in person.
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    Re: post a video of yourself

    https://youtu.be/XDKLTfEblCU

    Here's Bill Monroe's My Last Days on Earth. Mainly informed by Lauren Price's version
  7. Live From Here - Is There a Better Music Show ANYWHERE?

    Through an odd series of events, I helped the Cafe break the story that Thile was going to take over as host of Prairie Home Companion. I was excited, but I'd be lying if claimed to have realized...
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    St. Anneís Reel

    Hey, Everyone!

    Just a slow little (hopefully) purty run of St. Anneís Reel on my MT. I wasnít pulling sweet tone or the highs like this when I first got it. Itís singing like a bird after a few...
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    Re: post a video of yourself

    Another piece I did as a duet in high school, and one of my favorite pieces I've ever played. I forgot that this video existed until this evening. Mountain Moor by Stephen Funk Pearson.

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  10. Re: Bach: Suite D-Dur (BWV 1007), Prelude

    Sometimes is easyer to tune cars and trucks...
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    Re: Seagull S8 Owners Thread

    and here it is, a beauty

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    Andrew Marlin's Gilchrist F5

    So that's where it went! That is a special F5. Glad to see it in the deserving, capable hands of Joe K Walsh!
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    Re: Back to f-holes?

    Take a look at this ham sandwich in the classifieds.
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    Re: Seagull S8 Owners Thread

    I have been playing a natural S8 for just over a year and I really enjoy it. It has a great tone for what I like and is constructed very well. The sound projects surprisingly well. There are some...
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    Re: Ashokan Farewell Tabs anyone?

    I would like to point out a few things in response to what has been said about my previous post.

    To Jeff- Money is not the issue. Intellectual property is the issue. I am a member of ASCAP, but I...
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    Something a bit different

    Hi there, I just started playing Lap steel & ran across this western swing mando, never knew it existed. Anyway thought I'd post it up for a little amusement.
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    Re: post a video of yourself

    "Walk Right In," the 1962 #1 hit for The Rooftop Singers, originally recorded by Gus Cannon back in 1929, here done by a pick-up band of musical miscreants. Looks like I'd gone to the gig directly...
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    Re: Help deciding on a new mandolin

    Thanks for the advice! I was too slow to pull the trigger on any of those instruments and they sold to other people.
    I did, however, respond to a local ad and bought a used JBovier A5 that was in my...
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    Re: Not all Collings hold their value

    Or, Bill Monroe played bluegrass on a classical instrument. The F5 was developed long before bluegrass began.
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    Re: Not all Collings hold their value

    Thile plays classical on a bluegrass instrument!

    I’d think an A5 suited to anything!

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    Video feed for Live From Here on now

    Stuart Duncan on fiddle in the house band this weekend. It's been awhile since there was a video feed. If like last times, it will be available till Sunday night, but I don't know for sure.
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    Re: Help deciding on a new mandolin

    I enjoyed my 505 until I started to go play mandolins at Gryphon. Just don't do that and you will be fine.
  23. Thread: Info on Stiver

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    Re: Info on Stiver

    Or you post to a thread you've posted to three times before.
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    Re: Not all Collings hold their value

    When the world somehow forgot about buying instruments for tone and making music and non muscians started thinking of them as investments, your soul and quality of life took the biggest...
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    Re: Not all Collings hold their value

    I always look at instruments for their pro-rated cost/hr entertainment, if I think about the cost at all. Your Collings MT2, if sold today, cost you about $6/hr of entertainment if you played it 10...
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