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    Re: NMD Sawchyn Hobo Flat top

    Congrats! Looks great. I'd love to see a video
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    Re: Getting the Gallatin look

    If it's not too precious to you, you could spill a bit of a stout on it (Guinness works well, but it will void the warranty) and that should do it for stain and aroma. Then wipe it down with high...
  3. Thread: Flinner Walsh

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    Re: Flinner Walsh

    Matt Flinner: don't expect much
    Also Matt Flinner: plays the most beautiful tune.

    That was awesome!
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    Re: Any Baritone guitar players here?

    I like them for fingerstyle mainly, so prefer acoustic. It would also be totally cool to have a bluegrass band with a baritone guitar, mandola, viola, gold tone missing link banjo, and a normal bass....
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    Re: Any Baritone guitar players here?

    I have only played an electric baritone once, but I loved it and totally want an acoustic one. I believe Alvarez makes a decent quality one for about $500 which might go over slightly better with...
  6. Re: A likely contentious opinion on electric mandolins

    That's awesome! I love it, it sounds totally western swing
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    Re: What instrument is the hardest? My experience

    No, I don't play Mozambique music, cuz it's mostly Brazilian radio, and not very stylistically interesting to me (too much like pop and rap). I'm not originally from here, I was born in Texas, to...
  8. Re: Help me find a mando for my 10 yr old daughter

    Oops double post.

    Flat top mandolins do work well in ITM
  9. Re: Help me find a mando for my 10 yr old daughter

    A used Kentucky would probably be great. Also look into the possibility of a flat top mandolin, a used red valley or big muddy (mid MO) can be found for very reasonable prices, and also Sonny Morris'...
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    Re: Year old mandolin

    I've only had my mandolin since March, and already the finish is very cloudy where my pinky rests, there's a ding on the corner of the headstock (I'm pretty sure that wall moved) and one big face...
  11. Thread: Back in action

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    Re: Back in action

    Welcome back to the internet and the mandolin! I can't say either has gotten more friendly, but the mandolin isn't any less fun!
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    Re: What instrument is the hardest? My experience

    Ok, I'll see about starting learning that, is the fingerings similar enough to use the OAIM flute course? I also play harmonica, Trumpet and bamboo piccolo, so I'm familiar with the...
  13. Re: Where can I find a tutorial for new camptown races?

    Ok thanks. I actually play St. Anne's reel in E frequently, it's a good pinky workout
  14. Re: Sarah Jarosz(I'm with Her) and Billy Strings at Grey Fox 2019

    Got that right. Although, it's a stage name. (Sigh)
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    Re: What instrument is the hardest? My experience

    Ok, I asked cuz my mom has a (very nice and expensive) silver flute, but I couldn't even hold it up last time I tried to play it. I would rather play a wooden one (I have a bamboo piccolo tuned the...
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    Re: What instrument is the hardest? My experience

    Is a classical flute played the same as an Irish one? My mom has a silver classical flute, but I don't know if Irish flutes have keys?
  17. Re: Sarah Jarosz(I'm with Her) and Billy Strings at Grey Fox 2019

    So who did Billy Strings not play with at grey fox?
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    Re: What instrument is the hardest? My experience

    Oh, I forgot to mention, yes, I play Irish (and Scottish) traditional music on mandolin and fiddle, and sometimes harmonica, guitar and even five string banjo
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    Re: What instrument is the hardest? My experience

    I have browsed a few forum pages at chiff and fipple, including the one you mentioned, and I definitely will not be buying a Pakistani set. Most likely I'll have to wait a couple years till I move...
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    Re: What instrument is the hardest? My experience

    Busking is unprofitable as I live in a village where few people have jobs and no one has extra money, and even if they did they wouldn't be giving it to a white kid, they know we have more money and...
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    Re: What instrument is the hardest? My experience

    Are you aware of a decent pipe builder who can ship reliably to Africa? I have done a basic internet study of the pipes, and I know basically the path most folks take, but I don't have money, nor any...
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    Re: Six string electric

    Oh cool, I thought it was gonna be a joke about a guitar :))
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    Re: What instrument is the hardest? My experience

    All y'all's talk about how hard Uilleann pipes are is making me want to learn them even more! I've not yet met an instrument that I couldn't play after a few months of committed practice
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    Re: What instrument is the hardest? My experience

    That was awesome! I love well played harmonica
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    Re: What instrument is the hardest? My experience

    That makes sense. I really want to learn both, but there's a few other (cheaper) instruments in line before them
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