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    Re: Classic Monroe

    Another fine delivery, Diptanshu. I like the way you combine your instrument with the Western style of playing (and singing). Great performance.
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    Re: post a video of yourself

    Great first posting of your mandolin playing, Carrie. The two tunes make a fine set and your playing is very steady throughout.
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    Re: Octave mandolin finished.

    Lovely instrument, Mike. Beautifully built and finished. I like your fixed bridge too.
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    Re: My latest oud, completed today :)

    Yet another beauty, Jo. I am enjoying hearing them too on your YouTube channel. Such distinctive sounds those instruments have!
  5. Re: Bell's March with an original variation

    Fine playing and I like your variations too. Your mandolin sounds really good.
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    Re: Old-time on Dotara (Indian Lute)

    What a really enjoyable posting, Diptanshu. Such a fun combination of dotara with your very country & western choice of song. The instrumental breaks sound great on the dotara too.
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    Re: post a video of yourself

    Great combined effort there, Don. Lovely balance of parts and of the relative volumes of the instruments.
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    Re: Boomerang Banjo Mandolin

    Looks like a UK-origin instrument, and as Graham says, they are in plentiful supply and very often not in playable condition. If you can remove the eight screws holding the back and top together...
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    Re: post a video of yourself

    Two fine offerings from you here, Casey, in Whiskey Before Breakfast and Red Apple Rag. Great picking and delivery.

    I usually post only on the SAW Group but thought I would add my latest tune in...
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    Re: Shipping expenses from Ireland?

    Check carefully to see if it is coming from The Irish Republic or Northern Ireland. Since Brexit happened over here in the UK the Republic is still in the EU but Northern Ireland, as part of the UK,...
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    Re: Me and my clones-"The Clumsy Lover"

    Clever video production, and I love the change from jig to reel that you introduce. Excellent playing on all instruments.
    The first time I heard this tune was as a pipe solo played by Pipe Major...
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    Re: post a video of yourself

    Lovely wistful version there, Frank. Beautifully played. Reminds me of the version Ginny Aitchison and I collaborated on over in the SAW group back in March. Here is a link to our version.
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    Sticky: Re: Thread for Social Group MP3 posting

    I have amended it, Frithjof. Thanks for pointing this out. Should be working now.
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    Sticky: Re: Thread for Social Group MP3 posting

    Kilchoman Mist. Dennis has asked if I might post the notation for Kilchoman Mist in the SAW Group; I have checked with Jean-Ann Callender, the composer, and she has given her permission. Here is...
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    Re: Richard Thompson Mandolin TAB

    I was just looking at the transcription you posted above, Martin, and notice that the last bar for some reason includes the F# and A# quavers which appear before the first bar as an anacrusis. ...
  16. Re: how do you prevent and get rid of hand cramps

    Be aware too of how hard you are gripping your mandolin or pick. Both hands can get strained if you are gripping too tightly.
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    Re: Gospel Sheet Music or Chord Charts

    What about asking some members of the group, Sherry? They might well have all the music the group plays, or at least they might have the lyrics with chords added. You say you have been to a couple...
  18. Proof that good things come out of lockdown. ...

    Proof that good things come out of lockdown. Good listening.
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    Re: iReal Pro Charts

    Sherry, I think you might be a Windows user, and if so there will probably be a process that allows you to use iReal Pro outside the Mac environment via an Android emulator. I am a Windows user and...
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    Re: Best Way to Practice Moveable Chords???

    Josh, that is a great learning platform you have posted there of Tyler Grant. He does a great job of putting over his material to the listener/watcher. I have just spent some time jamming along...
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    Re: A new Art Deco inspired mandolin

    Great piece of creative craftsmanship, Graham. How does it sound?
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    Re: post a video of yourself

    Great collaboration, Steve. The vocal harmonies are really good.
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    Re: Rusty Mailbox (Original)

    Great composition, Frank. You have created such an evocative set of lyrics here, especially during this time of social separation we are all going through. Lovely collection of mailboxes too!
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    Re: Ukrainian Pub Folk with Mandolin

    Great live performance, all of you. You generate so much fun in this. And I love the guitarist's Scotland shirt. You are never far from a Scotsman wherever you are! ;)
  25. Re: Apparently you can play a slow air on a fretted instrument ..

    Morning Has Broken is an old Scots Gaelic air rather than Irish. The name of the tune, Bunessan, comes from a small community on the Isle of Mull in the Inner Hebrides off the west coast of...
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