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    Re: K&K pick up and Baggs Venue DI Help

    I'm using a Fishman not the Baggs (although they look very nice), and I join with those who suggest the 1/4 inch output direct into the PA. As noted, the XLR can be very hot and, more important,...
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    Re: Cherokee Shuffle - Emory Lester

    Another fan of Emory here...
  3. Re: Happy Birthday Dennis Vance, hoping for a transplant

    Happy Birthday Dennis, and best wishes to you for good health. You and your store gave me my start as a Mando player! I've continued to shop there over the years. But more important is that you be...
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    Re: '30 Epiphone Tenor - Mansion on the Hill

    Very nice! I just got my first tenor guitar, a '65 Gibson that was for sale locally, and now I'm going down the rabbit hole too!

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    Re: jams with friends during covid

    setting up for an outdoor practice

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    Re: jams with friends during covid

    I've been practicing with one music friend on Monday nights for about six weeks in a socially distanced, semi-outdoor setting. We've played together for years, he finger-picks guitar and sings, and...
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    Re: Are tenor guitars slightly evil?

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    sorry - can't figure out how to rotate it on this site
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    Re: Are tenor guitars slightly evil?

    They must be evil, because their appeal induced me to buy my first one today! A Gibson TG-25 or 25N (it's natural finish), made in 1965-67 (exact year not determinable because of some kind of...
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    Re: Hollow Body Electric Tenors

    I thought y'all might want to ogle this:

    https://www.retrofret.com/acoustic/tenor.asp
  10. Re: Article: A Conversation with Caterina Lichtenberg on the Rele

    Yeah - H-4 with a quill, that's the best gear note I've seen in a while!
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    Re: Dylan on bluegrass in the New York Times

    yeah, I read that article today - some good stuff, and "I don't have the high tenor voice and we don’t have three-part harmony or consistent banjo" just nails it.
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    Re: Sam Bush -Sailin' Shoes / Crossroads

    That was great, thanks for posting it (ten years ago, but still ...)
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    Re: Gender and age distribution of mando players

    At her parents' request, I'm teaching our 5 year old granddaughter piano (which I'm marginally qualified for, at least for a while).

    I'd much rather be teaching her mandolin.
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    Re: Who was the first American mandolin manufacturer?

    What a great thread! I can't believe I'm only seeing it now. I love both American history and musical instruments of all kinds, and this thread combines those interests. Thanks to all of you who...
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    Re: Some very fine Nancy Blake mandolin

    Very nice! Thanks for posting it.
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    Re: The virus, the economy, mandolins and you

    Best of luck on the front lines. Folks like you are going to make the difference.

    Mandolin is important to all of us, but some things are more important.
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    Re: The virus, the economy, mandolins and you

    I play mandolin, upright bass and bass guitar in about five different ensembles (I say "about" because the personnel overlap to some extent). I've had three gigs cancelled so far and more to come,...
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    Re: Do You Play ALL of Your Mandolins Regularly?

    Yes, I play all of them, in kind of an uneven rotation depending on what's happening and where I am.

    However, the mandalas and octave are sadly neglected these days...
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    Re: Trombolin'?

    Great video, thanks for posting it. Not the easiest tune ...
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    Re: Jam with Jake Workman- Cherokee Shuffle

    Great job Lucy! Really enjoyed it.
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    Re: Dave Olney rests in peace

    I have to admit I didn't know of him, but I had the Outlaw Country Sirius XM channel on in the car for my drive today, and they were saying what Eric F said above - favorite songwriter of a lot of...
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    Re: Tristan Scroggins & Molly Tuttle

    Beautiful! Thanks for posting it.
  23. Re: To the multi instrumentalists: which instrument is your no. 1

    I played guitar, bass guitar and piano when I was younger. Took some time off to raise kids; when I came back I dropped guitar (so many guitarists out there) and took up mandolin, as well as upright...
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    Re: Any Baritone guitar players here?

    I'm a baritone guitar geek - I have two of them. One is a very nice Paul Reed Smith SE 277 semi-hollow in vintage sunburst - nice axe. That one's tuned B to B. The other is kind of a...
  25. Re: Please talk about your experience with the Mandola.

    My experience with mandola has been this. I was definitely attracted to the lower pitch. And I found that - playing by myself - mandola is very enjoyable because the longer scale and lower pitch...
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