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    Re: Case search

    I have my Ratliff plus toneguard in the Northfield Heirloom. Fits great, but it’s not a road case.
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    Re: Informal Poll

    I’ve been thinking about the original question and how much money that actually is...
    $10k is not that much money. It’s just an average used car. It’s two average mountain bikes. It’s less than a...
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    Re: Does this octave mandolin...

    I agree, you’re on the wrong side!:popcorn:
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    Re: Informal Poll

    I would have to sell to buy...then there would be a +$10k Weber Custom Elite replacer to the market.
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    Re: Informal Poll

    The rich players mandolins cost lots more than the discussed price point.
    Just think of the mandolins that A. Marlin and Lewendowski, or Reishman, or Dawg, or McCoury, or Marshall, or so many more...
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    Re: Informal Poll

    With the prospect of gigging for money being a ways off, I’d need to wait in today’s market...
    But I’m stuck with what I got for a while, unless my financial tides turn for the better.
    My $6k...
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    Re: I Miss Playing Live!

    Iíve been missing it too. I earn half my income from my music business...so far Iíve only lost a handful of shows, but this could be a very lean time for my band. We have been playing 100 shows a...
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    Re: Reading suggestions

    “Working for the Man-playing in the band” by Damon Wood. He played for James Brown towards the end of his life.
    Now he plays with Whitewater Ramble
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    Re: When You First . . .

    Bill and Dawg
    & Jethro
    Oops, that’s three...I cannot count well without my bass player:)):mandosmiley:
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    Does coffee and drool count as a maintenance product? How about beer foam? If you say beer foam fast is sounds like a beard product...:confused:
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    I will be using this! Any trying to avoid my fines!
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    Re: Wireless in-ear monitors

    The Sennheiser system finds free channels, and syncs with one button touch. Very slick and efficient.
    You can run four different mixes with two transmitters. You gotta have a mixer that can send 4...
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    Re: Wireless in-ear monitors

    Past model (6or 8 years ago) of Galaxy I used was low quality (not high fidelity). No current experience with Galaxy. I do have Sennheiser IEM G4, they are very good.
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    Re: Why do people only sell the great ones?

    As a fellow habitual classified reader, I am frequently struck by the amount of time some of the great deals available linger, while some that hardly float a tiny boat fly out of rotation.
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    Re: On Being Mugged

    Evidently you do:grin:
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    Re: No Weber Eye Candy

    What are you talking about?
    I can send you some pin-up picks of mine if you need:grin::cool:
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    Re: Compressor?

    No, no, no...Spencer...no one appreciates feedback!:))
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    Re: Compressor?

    I think what might be happening is the seemingly non linear response of a pickup vs picking volume...a good microphone gives a realistic representation of what you are picking, where as a...
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    Re: Compressor?

    For the uninitiated, there are many types of compression, and many outcomes. Some are very useful and musically pleasing. Some, not so much.
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    Re: Jam with Jake Workman- Cherokee Shuffle

    Great Pickin!
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    Re: Compressor?

    I use them for my band. I’ve only use the ones on digital mixing boards. We use them more as a limiter, to duck the signal, to keep from having to much attack when things get too excited!
    We use...
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    Re: Resonance of a fiddle vs mandolins (wow)

    I had a brief chance to strum John Reichmanns L. Loar...it had a stunning amount of neck resonances!
    Fiddles are much more finely carved vs mando.
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    Re: How thick of a pick?

    I have a fun array of picks, 35-65 thousandths. My pick of choice right now is a TAD 40 bluechip. Lots of bite, lots of volume. My thicker picks prove a rounder, or softer, attack, which doesnít...
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    Re: do many of you mix strings

    I have yet to spend time doing it, but have wondered about mixing brands or styles of string by the course(regular g and silk-n-steel g) or one flat top with one round wound. I suspect that the lack...
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    Re: Round vs. pear shape

    I thought this was a thread about aging male mandolin players!:))
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