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    Re: Hornpipe rhythm

    Just echoing what others have said above, there doesn't seem to be a hard and fast rule for hornpipes with regard to a dotted feel, or bounce as I think of it. Some hornpipes seem to "want" a...
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    Re: ID the wood on this Sovereign?

    I concur on Koa. Pretty mandolin.
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    The ever-inventive Danny Knicely

    From a pre-covid concert - Caravan - Danny mandolin, John Previti bass, Amie Curl vocals & guitar, Baakari Wilder - tap percussion:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pGm8HO66_2Q
  4. Meet new duo The Foreign Landers - David and Tabitha Benedict

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pdMMIjB27KI

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  5. Thread: Cazadero

    by ABrown
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    Cazadero

    4 part songs are an endurance test for me, especially this one. I feel like I’ve been working on it for years and just finally able to get through the whole thing without falling apart. Hope you like...
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    Re: Bug spray Lacquer repair

    Great job! Gotta wonder who does not know that insect repellent is harmful to an instrument.....just saying.
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    Re: jams with friends during covid

    Honestly, I think it's the singing in a group setting that raises risk significantly, even outdoors. And personally, I can't not sing if folks are playing a song I know that needs a harmony part...
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    Re: jams with friends during covid

    I'm in California and we're in an up-surge all over the state right now... From what I've been reading, everyone is exposed, the differences are in the dosage (or, the density) of the virus and in...
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    Re: jams with friends during covid

    Jonathan, a quick check of the NH covid dashboard tells me there are only 12 current cases in Cheshire county, that's pretty low. I'm in Rockingham county, where there are more than that, but only a...
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    Re: jams with friends during covid

    Iím torn as my group is getting together, about 1/2 of them are pretty careful and I feel comfortable around them, the other half thinks the whole pandemic is fake news and I just donít want to be...
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    Re: jams with friends during covid

    For the last month, I’ve been playing about once a week with a couple guys. We stay outside and try not to cough on each other. Seriously, though, we’re all taking this pretty seriously in our every...
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    Re: jams with friends during covid

    Like the song says .....you can live to be 100 if you give up everything worth living to 100 for. Seriously, it seems to be about distancing. So distance and enjoy picking.
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    Re: jams with friends during covid

    Been doing it for about 6 weeks, every other week. Fortunately there are 2 couples who each play and 2 singles plus the wife and me. We have a square or pentangle depending on who shows. No...
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    Re: jams with friends during covid

    I just did that very thing today. Jammed with 4 friends in a park, kept our distance, didn't shake hands. It felt good to be jamming again after being isolated since April. I'm not young but I lead...
  15. Mandolin Mondays #234 w/ Special Guest Evan Davies

    Mandolin player of British Bluegrass band The Often Herd, Evan Davies joins us this week on Mandolin Mondays for a modern take on this old time tune...

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  16. Mandolin Mondays #226 w/ Special Guest Josh Pinkham

    Kittel & Co mandolin monster Josh Pinkham blows this Charlie Parker number out of the water with some crazy metronome antics this week on Mandolin...

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    Re: Leather Calton Case Cover

    That looks like one of the original “baby’s coffin” UK made Caltons - I have an identical one. I’m not aware that Keith ever made/sold a case cover - it’ll be a one off - and, personally, I’ve never...
  18. Tiny Moore Living Room Concert and Interview

    This showed up on Ed Elliot's Facebook page. If you're not familiar with Ed's work check him out on Facebook.
  19. Julie Felix with Martin Carthy and Dave Swarbrick 1967

    Julie who has just died, was an American who became quite a star in the UK in the 60s- getting her own BBC TV show. She decided to leave the limelight but had a bit of a comeback quite recently. She...
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    Re: Tough times, tough decisions

    Now this is singing!
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    Re: Gigs Cancelled - Health and Safety

    The flu is manageable as there are vaccines, medications, and some built up immunity in strong, healthy individuals. Corona is like the flu 100 years ago - unknown impact and duration and until they...
  22. Thread: Blue Skies

    by rwesleycarr
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    Blue Skies

    The awesome folks at Thomastik-Infeld were so kind and sent me a couple sets of their flatwound mando strings when they heard I used them at Winfield. I restrung my mando and made this vid for them...
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    Read Me First

    The old Forum software has been reinstalled. But I wasn't done meddling just yet. I saw some things in the other version and decided they had their place here so changes have occurred in the...
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    Re: Professional Mando Names

    For those who wonder why reading this thread makes you feel vaguely uncomfortable, here's an article about the concept of naming stuff that you own:
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    Re: On holidays. Forgot my pick!

    Always keep a few spare picks in your wallet as one usually at least carries that with them;)
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