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  1. Re: was looking at a mandolin for a friend, and this happens.....

    Sweet! Love my Weber Yellowstone.
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    Re: One Mandolin - forever...

    My Weber Yellowstone is it! Have to keep it. It just sings!
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    Re: Octave Mandolin suggestions please

    I have an Eastman octave mandolin I like the sound of it. I get a variety of sounds using different picks. The tuners could be a little better.
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    Re: Greetings from the newest of newbies

    Eastmans are good mandolins. Playing mandolin is a great adventure. Have fun!
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    Re: Ellis, Pava, or Collings MT2

    I like my Weber
  6. Re: Vintage Supertone Mandolin - Replacing Tuner Machines

    Supertones were made only until the late '30s early '40s then they were absorbed by Harmony . If you see a stamp inside it might indicate the date something like f 34.
  7. Re: Has Anyone Received Stimulus Check? (Possible Mandolin Conten

    Not yet!
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    Re: Hazelnut tree wood

    The origins of Oregon’s hazelnut legacy started in the little town of Scottsburg in 1856, when English sailor Sam Strickland retired from the Hudson’s Bay Company and settled in a small Douglas...
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    Re: Hazelnut tree wood

    The origins of Oregon’s hazelnut legacy started in the little town of Scottsburg in 1856, when English sailor Sam Strickland retired from the Hudson’s Bay Company and settled in a small Douglas...
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    Re: Hazelnut tree wood

    Here's a picture of a Hazelnut orchard a few miles from where I live184864
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    Re: Hazelnut tree wood

    Years ago I would collect and eat the Hazelnuts from the trees in the Church yard here in Albany Oregon where I was born and now live.
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    Hazelnut tree wood

    I live in Oregon where they grow the best Hazelnuts in the world. Here the nuts grow on trees. I salvaged a trunk piece from a 70 year old Church Yard Hazelnut tree about 10" in diameter and am...
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    Re: We Lost John Prine.

    Heartbreaking
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    Re: Eastman MD305 Tuners

    I have the Eastman octave mandolin. The tuners on it work just fine.
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    Re: and now Bill Withers is gone

    sad to see him go
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    Re: buying first mando without playing?

    I prefer the Weber Gallitin, but any on the list would be fine, American made, I hear great things about Ratliffs, but I own a Weber the most local to me. I live and was born in Oregon.
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    New Bob Dylan

    Hi has anyone heard the Bob Dylan song "Murder Most Foul"
    there are references to some old-time tunes among all the other references, take a listen, it's on you tube just search for it.
    What do...
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    Re: Informal Poll

    If I had the money the only mandolin I would spend that kind of money on would be a Loyd Loar if one were available at that price. I have spent $4,500, for my Weber which I will keep forever.
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    Re: Fret Size Opinions

    I have a mandolin with narrow frets and one with wide frets. I prefer the narrow.
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    Re: Weber Redesign results

    I own a 2017 #3 of 5 20th ana. Yellowstone. I bought it Sept. 2019 new from Down Home Guitars. It sounds great and the sound is getting better and better. I can't imagine a better sounding...
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    Re: Play better when alone

    Thanks everyone! I will try some of your good suggestions. I've been thinking about all you have said and I think with me it's more a matter of calming down and relaxing, taking a few breaths and...
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    Play better when alone

    Hi, I pay really well when I pay my mandolins alone, but when anyone is nearby I seem to get nervous and not play so well. Any advice to help? Thank you all!
  23. Re: Gibson threatening the mandolin and guitar luthier community

    Sound like they need to improve the quality of their products to be the best then they won't have to worry about the competition but in truth Gibson/L.Loar took much of their design from the...
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    No Weber Eye Candy

    I noticed for both the F and A style Eye Candy mandolins the are no Weber Mandolins, I wonder why?
  25. I bought the #3 of 5 20th anniversary Yellowstone...

    I bought the #3 of 5 20th anniversary Yellowstone Sept 2019 and I must say it is a wonderful, magical mandolin. The sound gets better and better as I play it and holds it own against any Gibson,...
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