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    Re: Us newbies are cracking on ;)

    Just throwing in ideas, hope this helps,
    yours, benevolently :)

    REALLY nice looking guitars, guys.

    The advertising with naked women certainly got me thinking about sex and not looking at the...
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    Re: Sound descriptions

    Apparently there are programs on computers that can distinguish between one human voice and another.
    So when are we going to see a computer that listens to a mandolin and says, ‘oh, that’s a nice...
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    Re: Sound descriptions

    These words are more banjo than mandolin...

    Babble
    Babel
    Bang
    Bedlam
    Bellow
    Bewailing
    Blare
    Blast
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    Re: Opera singer guitarist in need of help

    Don't worry, be happy.
    Sounds like youíre planning a big project -good luck!
    Hereís a little song that you probably already know on guitar. Itís great on mandolin.
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    Re: a fleeting sighting....

    CMSA=Classical Mandolin Society Of America?
    https://classicalmandolinsociety.org/

    http://www.banjomandolinguitar.org/
  6. Thread: Speed

    by atsunrise
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    Re: Speed

    A while back I saw her vid and worked non stop of tremolo. I used ear plugs. :)
    It was tremolo on scales, tremolo on arpeggios, FFcP tremolo, double stop tremolos, chord tremolos, tremolo for...
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    Re: Opera singer guitarist in need of help

    This guy had a similar dilemma

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    Re: Speed

    Clean, steady tremolo first, think in fours -it’ll smooth out string changes, good luck.
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    Re: Tenor ukulele for a CBOM player?

    I have a tenor uke tuned in fifths.

    You can do it by keeping the top A and then working down from there using classical guitar strings, or as you say, the Aquila 31 U (v. difficult to find a...
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    Re: In praise of solid body mandolins.

    Nice, what’s the scale length of the little bass you have there?

    I’ve been playing a ukulele bass tuned in fifths (which has great tone, fat rubber strings/acoustic) and I wondered what it’s like...
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    Re: Finally, a use for a banjo

    I want to say that I’m sorry as well for being insensitive in post 9 to people.
    And I agree that it’s probably not harmonious to imply anything about Politics or Religion on MandolinCafe.
    So,...
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    Re: Finally, a use for a banjo

    So this is in Frankfurt?
    Take a look at the photo. That cow looks worried.
    And notice that just behind the hog there’s a shop.
    Take a closer look.



    Yup, that shop sells banjos! :)

    -cow...
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    Re: Another unusual tenor for sale U.K.

    Sweet...
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    Re: Finally, a use for a banjo

    Sorry, I can’t help asking.

    With a statue, what was that guy’s beef?
    Seriously I’d like to know, why the cow?
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    Re: I am totally bummed out

    If it’s a nice mandolin then you have to get it repaired professionally, if not then do it yourself and look at the fine repair line as a reminder of a great session, like a diary with notes of good...
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    Re: Finally, a use for a banjo

    Well, Iím with you guys on this one, vandalism? -you damage something, you pay for it.

    (I mean, I was pretty upset when the atmosphere of planet Earth got itself vandalised.
    Ha, ha. :grin: And...
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    Re: Help with rhythm

    Yes, it could be some sort of emotional issue between the members of the band (that’s music), and something to sort out.
    I was also wondering about timing, do you (OP) have a solid rhythm and can...
  18. Re: Introducing the Haywood Mini Camper Suitcase Travel Mandolin

    Great little mando, what the name of that tune?
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    Re: Lazy Sunday pics

    Cool colours!

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    Re: Musician Jokes

    Not sure if these are already in the thread...

    The band arrive at the gig and are just about to start playing.
    The banjo player shouts, ‘oh no, I’ve forgotten my banjo!’
    The fiddle player says,...
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    Re: cretan mandolin

    Thanks David, sounds good, Iíll have a look.
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    Re: Musician Jokes

    Old mandolinist talking to a reporter about his band.

    ‘Yes I remember we were playing Oldtime when The Beatles became popular. We were pretty good.’

    Then, looking sad he says, ‘I remember,...
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    Re: Off to Scotland

    Nice, you can walk the whole length of the Isle of Skye in less than a day.

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    Re: cretan mandolin

    Hey David, have you been to the music school?
    What’s it like, and the island?
    I just looked at the offseason flight prices and it seems possible to actually maybe go there...
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    Re: cretan mandolin

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Ayuyfc-wBro&noapp=1&client=mv-google
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