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    Re: Shipping Costs

    News Flash: I just got notice that USPS is raising their rates again, after the new year . . . don't be surprised if all the others follow.
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    Re: Take Me For Longing

    Seeing them vaguely reminds me of the Stoneman's. Pops Stoneman once said that he couldn't find any musicians to play with, so he just grew his own.
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    Re: its only a Dollar..

    'Had many big stars play it' . . . and they probably laughed at it, too . . .
  4. Re: 10 high end guitars seized by Moose & Goose, find good homes,

    When I went to the story, there was a guitar ad with a picture of a MapleGlo Rickenbacker 360, right in the middle of the article - I though that was possibly the best guitar in the bunch . . . ...
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    Re: its only a Dollar..

    The mandolin is $1 . . . the case is $8,999 . . . and you MUST buy the two together . . . .
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    Re: Elixir Mediums vs. D'Addario Mediums?

    For my 2-cents - the decision is based on whether or not you like the sound of 'new strings'. I have some instruments that sound better when the strings are new, and others that sound better after...
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    Re: This weeks mandolin that won't get a bid or buyer

    'I am open to polite and informative comments to help figure out more of what this is.'

    The seller must be getting tired of people e-mailing him and saying 'You are out of your mind', or something...
  8. Thread: Songwriting

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    Re: Songwriting

    If you go to page 2 of this forum you will see a thread call 'Songwriters' - there is some good general tip/information on there . . . .
  9. Re: Interview with Ron Thomason of Dry Branch Fire Squad

    Wow - I had almost forgotten about DBFS . . . we used to play their music quite a bit on our Country/Bluegrass radio show, back in the 90's. Thanks for sharing.
  10. Re: Campanella two-point (How to make an accent on due?)

    Sweet looking instrument - thanks for sharing the picture!
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    Re: But it said it was a Gibson!

    I am no authority on such things . . . but since I can't find pictures of any other Gibson that looks like that one - I have to assume that it must me a one-of-a-kind custom shop model, and should be...
  12. Re: Campanella two-point (How to make an accent on due?)

    Pictures, pictures, pictures!
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    Re: I think something's wrong with my mandolin.

    One time I bought a mandolin on the internet. I was thrilled when it was shipped to me across 3/4 of the country and arrived perfectly in tune . . . then I played half a song on it and ruined the...
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    Re: Bluegrass Bumper Sticker

    Many years ago I produced (and occasionally hosted) a bluegrass radio show. One time my ex-wife listened to the show and asked me 'Why do they have to play everything so fast?' So, if you were to...
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    Bluegrass Bumper Sticker

    I don't know if this has been shared before - but I saw it yesterday and thought it was great:

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    Re: 1934 Rickenbacker Tenor

    Ooooh - a Ric frying pan! I wouldn't mind adding one of those to my collection (it would make a nice companion for my 1937 Model 59 lap steel) . . . but at $500,000 I'll have to pass. Thanks...
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    Re: What instrument is the hardest? My experience

    Over the years I have taken a crack at many instruments:
    - Guitar
    - Bass
    - Keyboards
    - Drums
    - Hand Percussion
    - Trombone
    - Banjo
    - Pedal Steel Guitar
    - Accordion
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    Re: 1934 Rickenbacker Tenor

    Don't leave us hanging - how much did you offer?
    - $450,000?
    - $45,000?
    - A 1965 Ric 360-12 and a $1,000 cash? (Even that would be too much!)
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    Re: 1934 Rickenbacker Tenor

    I love Rickenbackers (or in this case 'Rickenbacher') . . . but that one at that price? I'll pass - thank you.
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    Re: This must be a joke

    Did somebody buy the front, back, sides, pickguard and case and leave the neck, or did the seller realize that he was dreaming when he thought he was going to get $1,100 for firewood? I'd might...
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    Re: Your average $150,000 guitar

    If I were a betting man, I would almost not hesitate to lay down a months salary and bet that this guitar will never see any real 'play' time. A few chords may get strummed here and there, or...
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    Re: Disappointed with the Nashville music scene

    An old band mate of mine in went to a symposium in Nashville some years go - the general message from record companies was: 'We don't care how good you play, how good you sing or how good you write -...
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    Re: Bass guitar stays quiet !!!

    Why can't we have a thread that says 'Banjo Stays Quiet'?
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    Re: Completed First Build

    Congratulations - you should be proud!
  25. Re: Mandolin players who bought or have played a Waterloo Mandoli

    Ah, go ahead and spend the $1,800 - your kids won't miss what they never had . . . .
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