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    Re: Article on Chief O誰eil

    Hi Ed,

    Fascinating article. Many of us (me included) play music he collected. I, for one, had no idea about his life story. Thanks for sharing this interesting article.

    Best wishes,

    Bob
  2. Re: Do you think a Morris flat top would fit in this case?

    Yup, Sue, That's the one. They give the measurements on that site, too, so that should help.

    I hope you are lovin' that new Morris Flat-top!

    Best wishes,

    Bob
  3. Re: Do you think a Morris flat top would fit in this case?

    Hi Sue,

    I just wanted to echo Chuck's suggestion of the Gator hard foam and canvas case. I don't know how close the dimensions are between the Crystal Forest I had and the Morris you are getting...
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    Re: Philphool, Phil Goodson, passes :(

    I am very sorry to learn of Phil's passing. While we have a great community here overall, he always seemed to me to standout as a really and truly nice guy even in this crowd of good people. In...
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    Re: Dennis Vance receives double transplant

    I, too, wish all the best for Dennis and his family. They are great members of our community and wonderful people. I also want to express gratitude to the donor and the donor's family. They...
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    Re: Gibson A0 Found in Attic

    The only things in my rafters are cobwebs!
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    Re: Phoenix NeoClassical - Value

    I think Mary is getting this right. Phoenix mandolins incorporated innovations in design that Rolfe Gerhardt developed over many decades. The Neoclassical might not be for everyone but for those to...
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    Re: Stolen Mandolin

    I couldn't agree more. I even wake up at night thinking about music. What would life be without it? Greatly diminished, I am sure.
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    Re: Post a pic of your cat sleeping in your case

    Accidental double post. Sorry!
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    Re: Post a pic of your cat sleeping in your case

    I am so sorry for your loss. I know how Lasting and deep that pain can be. Boris was a real beauty and I am glad you shared his picture with us. Was Boris a seal-point Birman? He looks very much...
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    Re: Stolen Mandolin

    Sounds like a flawed business plan!
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    Re: New Piccolo (Sopranino) Mandolin

    Hi Mike,

    I am using EJ73 on these, which are 10, 14, 24, 38. I tried EJ62 but found the 34 a bit too light. Thanks for asking.

    Bob
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    Re: New Piccolo (Sopranino) Mandolin

    Hi Patrick,

    Thanks, I appreciate it.

    I'm really don't know whether it's Long Leaf or not. The Floor Installer just called it Yellow Pine. It sure is pretty wood though. It is so resinous...
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    New Piccolo (Sopranino) Mandolin

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    Here is my latest Piccolo (Sopranino) Mandolin build, completed just a few days ago. I am still tweaking the setup, but am pleased with it already. I love its sweet, clear voice...
  15. Re: Aesthetic Question for Builders (and Buyers)

    Amen Brother. Words to live by.
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    Re: Stew-mac prices

    Sometimes price is not the most important factor. If we want the business there when we need them for a special item, service or advice, we have to support them even when we could get something a...
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    Re: Chinese made mandolins (Northfield?)

    That sure looks like a lot of fun!
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    Re: Has Waverly Jumped the Shark?

    +1 on the Rubners. I really like them!
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    Re: Chinese made mandolins (Northfield?)

    Hi Kirk,

    Might be a far stretch to mandolin content, but I'd sure like to see a picture of your motorcycle. Let's think. . .sidecar serves as a mandolin carrier! Yup, that could work. Any...
  20. Wow, what a beautiful shop. It is pure magic...

    Wow, what a beautiful shop. It is pure magic when someone's dream can be fulfilled in this way. That is especially true when it is a long-trim dream toward which one has been working for decades. ...
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    Re: No motivation

    Sounds like it's time to learn a new genre. How about the blues? You've got the basis for lyrics right there in your post.:)

    On a more serious note; we've all been there. I hope it passes for...
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    Re: Weber Custom Vintage

    Good for you, that is a really nice instrument. It was one of the higher-end Webers. People do hang onto these, as I should have.
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    Re: Weber Custom Vintage

    Is it a Montana-made Vintage A? Also, is it one of the old wood Vintage As (that great stash of very old wood Bruce used for this model)? If so, $2,500 seems perhaps a bit low. I sold one some...
  24. Re: The mandolin is more than just a folk instrument

    Hello Sue,

    And what better time to do it? With music and your beautiful cats, what more could one need to remain relatively sane during these trying times (assuming, of course, the basic...
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    Re: Ready built electric mandolin necks?

    Another place to try would be Musikraft. They are Fender licensees and do custom work as well. One of the guys from their shop worked for me at one point. He had good things to say about the...
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