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    Re: New Paul Shippey 'Tone' mandolin

    Super instrument from a super luthier......love my Shippeys......Enjoy Dave, sounds great.........fab finish......Paul strikes again.....
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    Re: "Highland Strands" cd by Kevin Macleod

    Wonderful CD by Kevin, played it a few times now, stellar line up and a great mix of Waltzs, Marches, Reels & Jigs. 'The Scottish Horse Marches' has become a firm favourite as has the stirringly...
  3. Re: Flickr.com - Paul Shippey Cherry Mandolin

    I'm extremely happy with mine and I know Joel McDermott is with his and Andy Boden with his. Very underrated builder imho and a great person to deal with. Paul just showed me some pics of a 10...
  4. Re: Three English Maidens - English folk songs arr. A D Boden

    It's there Scott, just that when I press play I only get the first second of it for some reason. I'll check my settings but I have the latest flash installed.......
  5. Re: Three English Maidens - English folk songs arr. A D Boden

    Hi Andy, you soundcloud link isn't working for me........hope you are enjoying your Shippeys......
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    Re: Paul Shippey oval hole Maple model

    Andy, fantastic, What a Xmas present !!!!! You have got your Shippey at last and it's as expected. You will have lots of fun with that maple.
    Have to agree with Dave here, nobody better than Paul,...
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    Jon Lord RIP

    Sad to report the passing of Jon Lord, a founding member of Deep Purple.
    One of my favourite bands growing up in the 70's.....
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-18864409
  8. Re: Scottish 2/4 pipe marches on tenor guitar

    Great stuff Kevin, we are still murdering Ron Raines Reel by the "Coigachmeister"! I'll try and get them to do another one. Expensive but a Glidecam HD2000 is your answer for steady...
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    Re: Favorite Hornpipe?

    Because I'm from that side of the Pennines, I'd have to say Manchester Hornpipe aka Ricketts Hornpipe. For my friends on t'other side I would choose the Sheffield Hornpipe..........
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    Re: Rest in peace, John McGann

    Very sad news, I always sought out John McGann's views on things, knowledgeable, to the point and a great member of this community who will be sadly missed. My condolences to his family, students...
  11. Re: "Like father, like son" Colin & Dagger Gordon's new cd

    Great album Dagger, really love it.....
  12. Re: Post your favorite clips from U-Tube, let's start a collectio

    A tribute to Martin Jenkins who recently passed, the first with Dave Swarbrick's Whippersnapper at the Cambridge Folk Festival in 1984 and then with his partner, Kalinka Vulcheva doing...
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    Re: Kohlers' Violin Repository

    A great resource, fantastic it's available now......
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    Re: The Legacy Tunebook - Free Download

    Fantastic Nigel, thanks for sharing.....
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    Re: listing of rock songs w/mando

    I am sad to report that Martin Jenkins passed away last month in Sofia Bulgaria. As far as I'm concerned, he simply was one of the best mandolinists from this side of the pond and unfortunately I...
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    Re: listing of rock songs w/mando

    Another Britsh treasure from the early 70's, Dando Shaft, featuring the great Martin Jenkins, who went on to play with Bert Jansch and Dave Swarbrick.....



    Another couple of great Folk Rock...
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    Re: Happy Birthday to the Boss Man

    Happy Birthday! Have a fantastic day and thanks for all the great work you do.
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    Re: A wonderful mandolin gift from Tosh!

    I was only made aware of this thread today by Joel, it was no big deal, just a thank you for all the help and tips to a novice really, I can't do my Shippey's justice to the way Joel McDermott can...
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    Re: 10 Questions for Dagger Gordon

    The book is great and the CD's are great, look forward to the new one.....
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    External Camera Mics

    I was wondering if anyone has any experience with external mics for cameras (Nikon, Canon, Pentax, Sony, etc). As a stopgap, I have bought a Nikon P7000 with a 3.5 jack input for an external stereo...
  21. Re: Das Slockit Light -- a Shetland Island aire.

    I'd recommend Tom Anderson's book 'Ringing Strings' which contains Da Slockit Light as well as a few other 'Da' tunes...... http://www.footstompin.com/products/books/ringing_strings_book
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    Re: Weber mandocello plays Bach

    Bertram the valium is required because trying to keep them in check is a nightmare, it's like a day at the races and they all want to get past the finishing post first!!!!!! I did offer Joel my...
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    Re: Weber mandocello plays Bach

    Thanks for the kind words Mary, glad you liked Joel's vids. I could never reach that level but we have a lot of fun with our group....
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    Re: Weber mandocello plays Bach

    I have to say I invested in a great instrument, it's better in Joel's hands than I could ever achieve and it's nice to hear it played properly........
    Thanks to Trevor for doing what he does and...
  25. Re: Dagger Gordon weekend workshop by Loch Ness

    I would love to have gone to this, but unfortunately can't. I'm sure everyone who does attend will have a fantastic time in a fantastic setting. Have a great weekend Dagger, wish I could be...
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