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    Re: Top three favorite Bill Monroe tunes.

    I’m curious,
    What tunes would y’all more “experienced/know’ed”
    Pickers suggest for newbies or those knew to Monroe style,
    I’ve been at this not long but for a year or so, but only been trying to...
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    Re: Right hand cure-all exercise

    Good Stuff Josh, and much needed by many (myself for sure)!
    Thanks for posting,
    ��
    jp
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    Re: Top three favorite Bill Monroe tunes.

    1- Jerusalem Ridge
    2- GoldRush
    4- Evening Prayer Blues (D Ford I know)
    3- Farewell to Long Hollow
    Changes often, but now those are the ones Iím playin/learninímost on Mandílin-
    My new Fave-Rite...
  4. Thread: ToneRite

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    Re: ToneRite

    very interesting 🧐.....
    Thanks for sharing this,...may save me $100 some day.
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    MT Flatiron A at Guitar Center

    https://www.guitarcenter.com/Used/Flatiron/Vintage-1993-Festival-A-Mandolin.gc

    Looks like a pretty good deal perhaps...not interested myself but thought Iíd pass it along in case anyone is. That $...
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    Re: Balancing practice between two instruments...

    Hi all,
    I donít have any specific resolutions, but too am curious to hear what works for others...
    I play same instruments as you, plus guitar that is thus far still my ďmainĒ instrument, i...
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    Re: Birmingham, Al. Bluegrass Jam - Jan. 4th

    Sorry so slow....YES! It’s great! I’ve recently moved to ATL, but it’s a great group and great folks! Hope you made it out there!
    !
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    Re: The Traveling Pick Sampler - Anyone Interested?

    I would love to get on the list here as well if I could..and will add a few picks as well, IE: a BC Kenny Smith 45 (too small for me) etc...
    Thanks and have Great Weekends all!
    jp
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    Re: Jams in or around Atlanta?

    Just moved here and yes I am and also can give ya a small list of jams that happen weekly, if you’re still interested
  10. Thread: Atlanta Luthier

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    Re: Atlanta Luthier

    +1 on gettin’ in touch w Mr Jacobson! I visited his shop this afternoon w 2 sickly instruments and couldn’t be happier w the results, and a super nice guy to boot.
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    Re: Tips on reaching the F Chord

    HI,
    if chop chords is what you're after, I recently found a lesson by Brad Laird (member here) on "two finger chop chords" or maybe it was "chop chords for small hands" im still working through it...
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    Re: How do you speed up the left hand?

    Ive read many good suggestions here. This particular one I can +1 too, as this has been my experience as well. However, I was likely reading this thread to begin with, bc I thought there's gotta be...
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    Re: Eastman MD-315 for Christmas! Woohoo!

    You'll love it!
    I have a 315 and a 99 flatiron a, and in terms of playability and tone,....it's real close,...plus, you know,... the scroll!😳😜
    Glad to hear your health scare is over!
    Merry...
  14. Re: Home made mandolin, homemade fiddle, home made banjo...

    thats really awesome! and inspiring! would love to see your instruments!
    cheers-
    john
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    Re: Banjo Ben Clark Trial - Three Free Lessons

    Thanks for that Iím gonna check it out!
  16. Re: Recommendations for pro setup in Bham Alabama area

    +1 that Jason at HW Music does awesome work!
    Obviously Herb (and his shop) are also great, and Bham lucky to have to have them both. I actually didnt know they did Set-UP repair stuff at Fretted...
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    Re: Beginner Mandolins

    Thank You Br1ck, (and others) for your reply, and sorry I did t see this for a bit. I'm still playing what I have for now, and truth be told, there's truly nothing wrong w it, but grass is always...
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    Re: Birmingham, Al. Bluegrass Jam - Jan. 4th

    this is obvioiusly old thread,
    but anything else going on in town, besides 3rd thursdays at ghost train?
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    Re: Beginner Mandolins

    Thanks! I was wondering about the radius fingerboard vs flat, and to what extent folks prefer one over the other.
    The MK I have now Is flat. May need to play something w a radius, thx again.
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    Re: Beginner Mandolins

    thanks for this, very Useful info. I'm a beginner also (from guitar background) and purchased abused MK legacy Festival F used for a pretty good deal i thought. After weeks of struggling I took to ...
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