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  1. Re: what strings do you recommend for a rigel mando ?

    I use EJ 74s on my A Natural and theyíre great
  2. Re: My journey through mandos under 1K

    I regularly lust over more expensive mandolins but I doubt I'll ever outgrow the Rigel - it's more mandolin than I'll even need.

    ** disclaimer - this 100% does not mean I won't buy another...
  3. Re: My journey through mandos under 1K

    I've been incredibly lucky with my mandolin. I have a Rigel A Natural that I picked up from Trevor at TAMCO for £650 (around $850). Feels like a much better mandolin than anything else I tried at...
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    Re: Completed First Build

    Thatís great. Love the colour of the burst with the tortoise binding
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    Re: Thomann tenor

    The Vintage Viaten looks like an interesting option. Probably more suited to people wanting a tenor as a mandolin with a deeper range (rather than wanting something tuned like a mando that sounds...
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    Re: Gloriously bad ebay photoshopping

    Oops, sorry :grin:
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    Re: Gloriously bad ebay photoshopping

    (in a weird tuning!)
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    Gloriously bad ebay photoshopping

    Either that or that's one massive, wide-necked mandolin!

    180111
  9. Re: my goodness, that Ellis F in the classifieds, geewhizzzz!!

    This ainít too shabby either! Love the binding on these

    https://themusicemporium.com/mandolins/ellis-twin-point-special
  10. Re: Big Family (and other movies); availability in other countrie

    I managed to watch the Sam Bush movie in the UK on Amazon Prime but haven't found a way to watch Big Family yet. Will investigate the browser tips - thanks for the heads up
  11. Re: Big Family: The Story of Bluegrass Music

    Looks great - I wonder if we'll get a chance to see it in the UK at some point
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    Re: Top 5 Sam Bush tracks

    Excellent, thanks David!
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    Re: The Mandolins and Beer Podcast

    I used flatwounds for a while and would definitely try them again at some point. Not sure if I prefer them, they're just different! Loving the podcast, keep 'em coming. Would be great to have an...
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    Re: Top 5 Sam Bush tracks

    Can't find any of those on Spotify!
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    Re: Top 5 Sam Bush tracks

    Iíve added a couple of my favourites too!
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    Re: Top 5 Sam Bush tracks

    Thanks everyone. I've put all the tracks I could find on Spotify into a playlist - here's the link if anyone wants a listen. It's a 3 hour, 40 track Sam-fest. Enjoy!
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    Re: New to the forum Alan Cook UK.

    Hi Alan. Welcome to the forum, always good to see another UK player on here!
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    Re: Top 5 Sam Bush tracks

    This is great, thanks everyone. As many of you say, itís tough to distill such a amazing career into a few tracks but everyoneís given me their personal Ďmust listení tracks so Iím building a killer...
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    Re: Top 5 Sam Bush tracks

    Asked for five, got twenty. Canít argue with that!

    Thanks so much, will dive in and have a listen.
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    Re: Top 5 Sam Bush tracks

    Brilliant, thanks everyone! Yes, love the Emmylou ĎAt the Rymaní album. Great playing (and songs) all round.
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    Top 5 Sam Bush tracks

    Hi everyone,

    I've been getting into Sam's playing more and more recently. There's so much out there to listen to so, to start a shortlist of stuff to check out (or possibly a very long list!), I...
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    Re: Mando setup in London UK

    Great, thanks for both those. Graham's actually fairly near me in south east London so could be a good place to start. Cheers!
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    Re: Mando setup in London UK

    Ah, do they do repairs/setups too? Hadn't realised! Thanks, will check that out
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    Mando setup in London UK

    Hi. Does anyone have a recommendation for someone good at setups in London? Itís time to give my Rigel a bit of love

    Cheers
    Matt
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    Re: Tony Rice Plays and Sings Bluegrass

    Excellent - I'll be having a go at that then!
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