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    Re: '30 Epiphone Tenor - Mansion on the Hill

    Nicely done!
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    Re: Losing My Religion (cover) - Collings MT2V

    That was wonderful!
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    Re: Mike Marshall's Virtual Mandolin Orchestra

    Ugh.. I missed out. I need to log into Artistworks more frequently!
    Good job everyone - that was GREAT!
  4. Re: While nonmusicians post "You're not hungry, you're bored"...

    Heady, nothing will slow down your mando adventures more than a bad instrument that has a bad setup and is difficult to play.
    After investing in a good instrument, it’s great to realize “Well, the...
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    Re: Blueberry mandolin

    The soundboard looks like it has clip art on it, while the back looks like it was taken from your kid sister’s notebook. To have a chance to succeed, the art would have to be well executed and look...
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    Re: poor quality or MAS?

    Congratulations on your new mandolin purchase! And if youíre in Atlanta, Marty Jacobson is someone you need to know. Heís a local mandolin luthier here, does great work at reasonable rates... He...
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    Re: Blueberry mandolin

    Errr... no. Or at least not at that price point.

    I’m sure there’s a market for it... but I’m not sure where that market is.
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    Re: Shelter-in-place (NMC)

    Mando practice is still on schedule on weekday mornings (with work from home afterwards) but with spring time in Atlanta, itís all about the garden.

    The wife and I finally got everything weeded,...
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    Re: The virus, the economy, mandolins and you

    ..and it will be stretched out since U.S. tax filing day has been moved out to July 15rh.
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    Re: A new prototype mandolin

    That mandolin looks fantastic - Modern styling but not completely detached from tradition. Love the sloped shoulders and cutaway.
    Your family member mentioned making it 1/4” wider and longer.......
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    Re: Eastman El Rey?

    My El Rey arrived last week. I can’t claim any real talent with it, but it has me grinning like a fool just with the experimentation.

    Decidedly not bluegrass, but with a couple of tweaks on the...
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    Re: Social Distancing

    Thanks for ullein pipes player vid... I admire his.. is it stubbornness, or just blind optimism?
    I havenít laughed like that in a while. I think I just peed a little. :))
  13. Re: Vivaldi recorded with 4 string electric mandostrat

    Three years later, I stumbled into this. Cool project! With so many voices, they blend together in spots and almost sound like an old-school Moog synthesizer.
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    Re: Monel strings

    +1 for Curt Mangan monel strings. They sound fantastic on my Weber Scarlet River...better than the D’Addario phosphorus I had been using. Not sure about the loudness, but the monel add an extra...
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    Re: E-MandoCello -- Opinions Please

    I have always loved the sound from this double strung mandocello... but I’m leery of the long 26” - 27” scale length. I never played guitar, just went straight to mando.
    But the low rich sound from...
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    Re: Naming your Mandolin

    When I got Scarlett she came to me already named... and I saw no reason to change that.
    I also suspect that many of the Weber mandolins done in 'Scarlet Fire' wind up with some variant of 'Scarlet'...
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    Re: Free Waterloo Mandolin

    Sure! Love the one with the tortoiseshell guard.
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    Re: Compulsive purchase- Flatiron 1N

    First time with using pictures w/Cafe, trying again....
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    Re: Compulsive purchase- Flatiron 1N

    Spencer - I plan on coming back to Marietta Square for more jams.... but this time with a strap and a chair!

    Playing my Flatiron with no strap - and on one leg - makes for a great story, but not...
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    Re: Case for Gibson A5 double point

    Sheperd - did you ever find a good case for your jethro?

    I'm in the same situation, and so far the points on my A5 prevent me from using most A-style cases...

    K'hat
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    Re: Compulsive purchase- Flatiron 1N

    Wow! I didn't know these things had such a following, much less risen in value like that.

    I bought my Flatiron 2MC from GC back in '96? for $275 ish. Looks like its a post-Gibson,...
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    Re: The rules according to Bill Monroe

    I’m having trouble merging the “we have rules and some instruments don’t belong in BG” Bill Monroe with the first time I heard “Kentucky Waltz”... played by Bill and his band.... with a Hammond...
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    Re: Walmart mandolin

    On the first pic? The right side mando just has a bad photoshop job. The 2nd and 3rd pictures on the site are better representations of the scroll.
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    Re: Walmart mandolin

    Hmm... fingerboard is rosewood, but rest is made of basswood? Isn't that just one step above balsa wood?
    It may play beautifully, but won't take any knocks or dings well. But at that price,...
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    Re: Something a bit different

    Sooo.. he took two mandolins and made .. an electric mandola, but with a mandolin scale? Could be better for getting to the fun part w/o having to retrain your fingers to a longer scale length. ...
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