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    Re: Bouzouki with extremely high action

    Pictures would be a BIG help.
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    Re: Just so excited!!!

    United Nations of Clamps.
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    Re: tone woods for Octave Mandolin

    Go with mahogany. It's less expensive, and exhibits a terrific sound.
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    Re: Flat top Mandocello?

    Santa Cruz Guitars offers a mandocello.... Obviously a flattop.
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    Re: Just so excited!!!

    As a general rule, a longer scale means better tone and tuning.... But, you do have to be able to play it.
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    Re: Just so excited!!!

    ^^^ Yup. That is cool. No doubt about it. ^^^
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    Re: Just so excited!!!

    Hey, some of us are busy. I've been making my nephews wait almost 2 years for custom guitars.
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    Re: Guitar strings on a GBOM?

    Strings are not self aware, and do not know they are even strings - let alone know what instrument they are on.
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    Re: Gibson K 4 Mandocello

    Sounds like a beast from the past - powerful and alive. Very nice.
    Color me green with envy.
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    Re: Gibson K 4 Mandocello

    Link no workee.
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    Re: Pango Mandocello

    Okay, thanks. Filed for future reference.
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    Re: Pango Mandocello

    How much cheaper with no finish?
  13. Re: What should i'l buy to clean the neck and the frets?

    If you live near an Ace hardware, a Menards, a Lowes, or a Home Depot - you can find ALL the colors of Scotchbrite from super fine to rough as a wad of wood shavings. Don't bother with the green....
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    Re: Feeling guitar bodied Mandocello

    That is NOT what the page says - it says "solid spruce top". That does not imply carved, and I've run into instruments before with the same words - and it meant laminate.
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    Re: Tenor ukulele for a CBOM player?

    Check my thread elsewhere on this forum...
    https://www.mandolincafe.com/forum/threads/143582-Mando-Uke-conversion?highlight=finn
  16. Re: Heads up! Nitrocellulose products dwindling

    If you want to talk about meaningless terms - try enamel...
  17. Re: Gibson threatening the mandolin and guitar luthier community

    I'm late to the party here on this forum, but I can tell you that the internet's hair is on fire over that Agnesi vid and the Dean lawsuit. I haven't seen anyone defend Gibson's position with any...
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    Re: 12 string half-mandocello.

    I have loved Fripp's New Standard Tuning for a long time. Used to keep a Les Paul around with the proper string gauge and tuning just to experiment with. Also, as I remember - he had students playing...
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    Re: LR Baggs for Mandocello

    Baggs has made good stuff since the 80's.
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    Re: Gold Tone Mandocello

    Probably.... But it could be a single high or low fret.
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    Re: Gold Tone Mandocello

    I owned one of the first GoldTone Mandocello's in the country, and the action at the nut was very high. It did not have a zero fret, it was equipped with a Zero Glide nut which are a very poor...
  22. Re: Gibson Mandocello - A Beauty from the 20's

    Yummy.
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    Re: Mando Uke conversion

    Sorry I haven't been back, guys - computer ate the mother board.

    I neglected to mention it was tuned A, E, B, F# from low to high... So, not a mandolin or mandola.... But so far no one can tell...
  24. Re: Fretting intonation issues with Trinity College OM

    A light touch is what you need to apply.... Just enough to fret the string. Of course, too much pressure will sharpen the string. This is no mystery. Technique is your problem.
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    Re: Mando Uke conversion

    Already found a problem.... The cheapy tuners must go! But so far, it still plays nicely and sounds good. Always loved the sounds of the mando family. All I lack is a mandola and a mando bass......
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