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    Re: Double Standard

    Seems to me that there might be something useful in dozens, or even hundreds of opinions on most of the topics that are so frequently hashed over here. But, I believe there is pretty much one...
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    Re: What are your go-to crowd pleasers?

    I would hold my mandolin out in front of me, with strings facing upwards. Then I would produce a one-inch red rubber ball, which I would begin to bounce off the strings...like on a man on a...
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    Re: Damaged teens Gibson A3

    Not much more to say without pics. It amazes me how much good advice can be found from the generous experts here with nothing more than a rough description. “A badly damaged neck” can mean so many...
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    Re: Wood identity question

    I think we have drifted way off topic....
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    Re: Wood identity question

    I wondered about that comparison to classical mandos.

    I actually owned a Brian Dean version of the L&H for awhile. Just a breath taking instrument, visually. For some reason, I don’t even...
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    Re: Banish Misfortune

    Another gem!
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    Re: Wood identity question

    I have a respected friend who has owned and played hundreds of mandolins. (He owned a store at one time.) He agrees with me (and lot of others) that the L&H asymmetrical model is probably the most...
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    Re: Banish Misfortune

    Refreshingly original and interesting arrangement/performance! Nice, Ginny!
  9. Re: Seattle Mandolin Orchestra: Virtual video of "Yes Yes Honey"

    Great idea, Jim! That would at least represent all the work Martin and others have done.
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    Re: Suddenly feeling old

    The trouble with getting old is you don’t get time to prepare for it!
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    Re: How serious is this?

    Perfect advice from Mr Edgerton, Joel. Take it.
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    Re: March of the Tiny Instruments

    What a charming little piece! I liked almost everything about it. :)
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    Re: Irish Metronome

    What is MetroTimer? Not on the AppStore.
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    Re: Waverly Tuners?

    How much are you spending on the custom mandolin?
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    Re: Sawchyn Beavertail Mandola

    Beautiful playing, beautiful instrument! Your buyer didn’t stand a chance!
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    Re: Lucy L- Durang's Hornpipe

    Sounds like Adam Steffy’s to me.
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    Re: Last Mando standing, How to choose?

    “Yea but, if everybody is selling, who is buying?“

    Maybe retirees who live on Social Security and/or pensions? Problem is, most of us are past our worst/best MAS days. :(
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    Michael Kerry: Ala Mode

    I couldn’t find anything on this from a search. Does anyone have anything on this tune? Is it an MK original? Anyone got tab or notation? It’s a jig, doesn’t seem too hard, except for MK’s perfect...
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    Re: We Lost John Prine.

    Blow your up TV, throw away the paper....
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    Re: Multi trac apps?

    Can You use Spire with no additional hardware? I.e., with just the phone mic and the app? Everything I read about it refers to the additional Spire system hardware.
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    Re: 1917 A-1 replace frets?

    Schooner, listen to the expert. Perfect advice.
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    Re: Faraway Grandchild

    You’re breaking my heart, Bren! Just beautiful! Is that tune available on paper?

    I haven’t seen my two grandsons in two weeks, except on FaceTime. They are 3 and 1, probably the most fun ages....
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    Re: How to play chords to sing along to?

    https://youtu.be/Eyn4eES_L4s
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    Re: Learning songs by ear

    Some, maybe most, of us don’t do it this well. Great start I’d say! You’ll get lots of great advice here soon...
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    DroneToneTools

    http://www.dronetonetool.com/

    This is a website with some interesting uses and possibilities. It is also available as an app.
    The app has a built in metronome, too.

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