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    Re: vintage piano value ???

    I once bought a cheap old German piano (over 100 y.o) for $100.00, it looked nice, but it was only good for playing honky tonk, as it was going out of tune very quickly. I got myself a tuning key and...
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    Re: Mandolin/Music Software

    iRealPro
  3. Re: string set for octave mandolin 21" scale length

    21" and ball-end is what I have, too. I use single guitar strings 52w-36w-24w-14p, GDAE. As multidon said, only the E strings are plain.
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    Re: My new Trillium Octave

    Awesome - I played one once and thought they were high quality! congrats!
  5. Re: where to buy spruce or cedar for a classical guitar top ?

    I'll just leave this link here in case you might want to look at it.

    http://designofaclassicalguitar.com/home
  6. Re: where to buy spruce or cedar for a classical guitar top ?

    This looks like a great deal to me!
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    Baking Soda wood aging vid

    Pretty cool:


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JYH083c8dEw
  8. Re: Jazz guitar to mandocello or bouzouki conversion...

    If it is not an amplified instrument the easiest and most economical thing would be to go with a set of D'Addario J78s phospho-bronze and you can get them on line from various place sometimes as low...
  9. Re: Jazz guitar to mandocello or bouzouki conversion...

    I bought a set on ebay. Can't remember the brand, sorry.
    The tuning for a mandocello is CGDA.
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    Re: Turned a Small Problem into a Big Mistake

    http://youtu.be/OjlIAq17aVc

    Have you seen this video? You might want to use the Savannah as a test bed to try this out...
  11. Thread: Table saw

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    Re: Table saw

    I used my tablesaw for fret slots for a long time (that was the one thing I used it for), and I used the LMI blade with a set of inexpensive stabilizers, like the Freud ones. I think mine are around...
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    by sunburst
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    Re: Table saw

    I got the Stewmac fret slotting blade, though it was rather expensive (overpriced, I'd say). It was cutting .020" slots when I got it, and that was too narrow for my fret wire, so I added a little...
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    Re: Neck Straightening

    kkmm in 1913 there were no trussrods.
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    Re: a easy home made string winder

    Forum uploads files fine.116748
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    Re: Adjusting truss rod

    I don't spend a lot of time waiting for necks to move from truss rod adjustments, I usually just go ahead and tighten them and see what happens. If there is not enough movement before it starts to...
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    Re: a nice autoharp (no mando content)

    They are now, at least those labeled "Autoharp" and "Chromaharp." There are small 'harp builders in the US, such as Orthey, Timbre Line, Fladmark, Evoharps (Evo Bluestein), etc. Link to page of...
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    Re: a nice autoharp (no mando content)

    3/16" = 4.625mm therefore larger than the ones you were looking at. I can't get to my OS Appalachian but I believe i bought a harpsichord tuning wrench from a piano supply place many moons ago. In...
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    Re: Holding fingers too far away

    And magic fingers.
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    Re: a nice zither

    I don't speak German but I still found this video to be interesting.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MZdtqGbTe5U
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