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    Re: Hinde Mandolin “Family Reunion”

    Wow they're all very shiny.

    Dave H
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    Re: K Mandolin

    If you search for Kay mandolin you will find similar ones. Kay is an old Chicago company, but this one is a later import.
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    Re: My New Hinde Mandolin!

    Beautiful! Great playing! There's a great forum at banjobenclark's website and they'd love to hear this over there too
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    Re: My New Hinde Mandolin!

    i truly enjoyed watching and hearing you play! Great mando too!
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    Re: My New Hinde Mandolin!

    Great mandolin, just beautiful.

    And probably in a few weeks you’ll sound like Nick too😊
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    Re: My New Hinde Mandolin!

    Very nice!!! What a beautiful instrument!!! Congrats!

    Really good work on How Great Thou Art, too!!!
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    Re: My New Hinde Mandolin!

    Such a unique mandolin and gorgeous! Would love to hear what it sounds like.
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    Re: My New Hinde Mandolin!

    Beautiful ! Enjoy !
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    Re: My New Hinde Mandolin!

    I love seeing different coloured instruments and this one has a lot of personality. Nick Dumas of Special Consensus plays a Hinde and it sounds great!

    Enjoy your new mandolin in good health
    John
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    Re: My New Hinde Mandolin!

    The top is an eye catcher,especially with the contrasting sides and back. The back is a beauty by itself. Enjoy!
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    Re: My New Hinde Mandolin!

    looks amazing, really like the contrast of the top with the natural sides/back.
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    Re: My New Hinde Mandolin!

    Very nice! I love the contrasting front and back/sides.
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    Re: My New Hinde Mandolin!

    Looks awesome! Congrats!
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    Re: My New Hinde Mandolin!

    Love it! That back is killer!
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    Re: My New Hinde Mandolin!

    Looks amazing!

    I'm happy for you and jealous at the same time.

    I just noticed the top matches your hair color - cool!

    Play it in good health!
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    Re: Types of Chops

    I’d say “both” - learn everything you want to; focus on one thing at a time.
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    Re: Types of Chops

    I use the usually press & relax method for most chops.

    The 'ring finger/pinkie' mute method works best when using partial chords (often 1/5 'power chords'), fingered e.g. 220x or 422x which use...
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    Re: Types of Chops

    learn lots of ways to chop, they are all useful and some are easier than others.

    I prefer the pork chop:)) but I'll go to my corner now
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    Re: Which mandolin should I buy?

    Well I do have time frames from all the custom builders I’ve asked. They have been anywhere from 3 months to 2 years for completion of a mandolin. (Everyone has said that except Skip Kelley I’ll have...
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    Re: Montana Fiddle Camp

    Montana fiddle Camp is top-notch. I went with my fiddling son. The great Bobby Hicks was there teaching. John Reischman was teaching mandolin & the fiddling staff had many Wieser contestants &...
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    Re: Montana Fiddle Camp

    I will give you another recommendation - Washington Old Time Fiddlers has a camp July 15th thru 19th. There are about 300 students +/- and around 30 are mandolin students. They have beginning,...
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    Re: Montana Fiddle Camp

    ROW fills up quickly as it only has 50 spaces. Great faculty with Mike Compton, Paul Glassee, Tim Connell and Brian Oberlin.
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    Re: Montana Fiddle Camp

    I went two years ago, and I loved it. John Reischman, an excellent teacher, taught the advanced mandolin class, and he is there most every year. You stay with him all week. I cant remember who...
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    Re: Montana Fiddle Camp

    The River of the West Mandolin Camp is Thurs- Sun not far from Portland,OR for plane flights. Targhee Music Camp is Mon-Thurs but an hour from Idaho Fall/Jackson Hole airports. Targhee Camp runs in...
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    Re: Montana Fiddle Camp

    Try Mandolin Camp North :-)
    Dave
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