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    Re: Monroe Mandolin Camp, 1st time.

    I have been going to Monroe Camp for many years now and have never encountered anyone not being friendly and have always felt welcome by all who attend, this is a camp that I garrantee will not...
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    Re: How to play old time mandolin

    Check out Adam Tanners "Shuffle of the Pick" you won't be disappointed.
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    Re: The search continues...

    I would go for the Gilchrist.
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    Re: New Red Diamonds at Morgan Music

    Has anyone played the Herschell Sizemore red diamonds, opinions and are they roasted.
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    Re: Happy Birthday! Brutus & Big Joe Vest

    Happy birthday, Big Joe, always appreciate your
    Insight.
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    I've never met a Dude I didn't like.
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    Re: The '01 Gilchrist at Carter's

    So how does the newer Gil sound in comparison?
  8. Re: The Shuffle of the Pick - 12 Old-Time Fiddle Tunes

    I have had the priveledge of listening to Adam play, and learning some old time repertoire under his guidance, I have learned a lot and am looking forward to this book, if you like Appalacian and old...
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    Re: The Shuffle of the Pick

    Sorry, just realized the thread on the cover page promoting This project, I do recommend it though.
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    The Shuffle of the Pick

    Y137403. This just became available from Adam Tanner and is on Apple iBooks, Adam is an incredible musician and a great instructor, I have learned quite a lot from him, and if you are interested in...
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    Re: The '01 Gilchrist at Carter's

    Holden is there Any reason you are curious about the 01, I know you have had a couple Gil's in your time?
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    Re: The '01 Gilchrist at Carter's

    I own 01503 and it is a great mandolin in all aspects, it has a nice dry crackle and tone. I believe the one at Carters is 01502.
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    Re: Duo playing?

    Check out the twilight broadcasters, a fine duet.
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    Re: "Mando Madness"

    I believe that is a Loar Mr. Compton has been watching over
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    Three forks of cheat

    Anybody have access to tabs or mandolin video of this fiddle tune?
  16. Re: Do you know the history of Gilchrist prices?

    I agree Holden, it is their labor and talent, and the end result is why we desire their work.
  17. Re: Do you know the history of Gilchrist prices?

    It seems to me in the past you could buy a Gilchrist and make a profit on selling it down the line, now that his new prices have been steady for many years, I think those days may be over for it...
  18. Re: Do you know the history of Gilchrist prices?

    I often wonder which eras will be the most sought after in the future, I have heard exceptional Gil's from the 90,s to the present.
  19. Re: Do you know the history of Gilchrist prices?

    The new prices have been steady for many years, I know of four used ones right now, an 01 for $17299.00 then an 06 for $19500.00 then there is an 08 at carters that went from $22000.00 and has been...
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    Re: Gilchrist #715

    surely this will have cured your MAS Mr. Holden.
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    Re: Halloween Fun *Add ur Caption*

    Finally, I have mastered playing this thing.
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    Re: Monroe mando camp in Spt

    Agreed, don't miss the concert, a lot of good moments in time happen at the show, there will be plenty of picking later that evening.
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    Re: Gibson Master Models

    I have an 05 DMM, and the longer I play it, the more it gives back, the tone does sound like it is a mandolin that has been around for a while, dare I say ancient, all I can say is I used to have an...
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    Re: Snake Heads, Loar and there after...

    Darker sound?
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    Snake Heads, Loar and there after...

    I am considering getting a Gibson snake head, and was wondering is there much, if any difference in the Loar era snakes than those 1925 or later. Also I have seen some with Birch backs and some with...
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