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    Re: Rick Stone mandolins

    Really only one mention but it was by a Cafe regular. It appears he has passed on but there are a few articles about him out on the web. This one stood out.
  2. Re: Newbie wondering about "The Loar" F-style mando quality

    Funny, the case looks open to me! :))
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    Re: Roanoke, VA jams, pickers, etc.

    Yes, the jam that used to be at Mill Mt. Coffee in Daleville is now at DesChutes downtown, still on wed. nights.
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    Re: Playing notation G/F#

    If you use the 0-5-2-3 G chord fingering, then you can include the F# as 0-4-2-3
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    Re: Resisting the "Iron Maiden"

    I thought this might be about a Rime of the Ancient Mariner mandolin cover.
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    Re: I-IV-V Chords?

    Carl23 links to some studies, and Steve makes a point about the usefulness of the Circle of Fifths when you study chords. It is a good thing to learn to play the I-IV-V chords in all twelve keys. But...
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    Re: Medieval v modern mandolin

    When i play Renaissance lute, I use modern "Nylgut" strings:

    https://www.aquilausa.com/luteguitar.html

    These are wonderful synthetic strings and sound a bit more gut-like than plain nylon.
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  8. Thread: Baglama

    by Jim Garber
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    Re: Baglama

    David Lindley plays saz and uses it for various genres. I remember him doing a rendition of "Groundhog" accompanied by saz. Here he is paying "Copperhead Road." I think it is a Steve Earle song.

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  9. Thread: Baglama

    by Bassboomer
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    Re: Baglama

    Here's a useful site for beginners. It's hard to find much online that isn't written in Turkish!

    http://www.khafif.com/rhy/saz/

    Love the instrument. I have four!

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  10. Thread: Baglama

    by DavidKOS
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    Re: Baglama

    There may not be one. Even among some of the better makers there often is no obvious maker's mark. Semsi Yastıman used to use a very visible woodburn mark but most modern makers rarely do anything it...
  11. Thread: Baglama

    by DavidKOS
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    Re: Baglama

    It's a bağlama saz - saz is a generic term, bağlama is more specific, and then there are types and sizes, like uzun and kisa sap, meydan, divan, tambura, etc.
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