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    My Weber Hyalite

    It just arrived today! I am loving it! :mandosmiley:
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    Re: Question for Guitar players

    I belong to the Classical Guitar forum:

    http://www.delcamp.net/forum

    But unless you play classical, it probably isn't what you are looking for.

    Chris
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    Re: Lookee Here A Weber Blow Out Sale

    I just looked; it looks like they are all gone. I think I ordered mine three hours ago and they all appeared to be available. That was fast! I am glad I didn't waffle about it.

    Chris
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    Re: Lookee Here A Weber Blow Out Sale

    That's a great looking mandolin! Look, they have crossed us out on the mandolin page:

    http://zeppmusic.com/frameset.htm

    Now about those kids - how much longer do you have to fill up the...
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    Re: Lookee Here A Weber Blow Out Sale

    John, did you get your gallatin from the same sale? Congratulations! I look forward to seeing your photo when it arrives.


    This was a fantastic lead, KD! Get that other Hyalite <G>



    Chris
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    Re: Lookee Here A Weber Blow Out Sale

    There is another Hyalite - in fact a little more interesting sounding - still there I think. It is only around $25 more expensive and looked very sweet.

    Chris
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    Re: Lookee Here A Weber Blow Out Sale

    Thanks, Jill. I can't wait to post its picture - that will mean I have it.

    Chris
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    Re: Lookee Here A Weber Blow Out Sale

    Whoopee! Woohoo! I just ordered the Hyalite - thank you for posting the link. I had been looking in the $500 range, but this looked too good to pass up. I will be so happy to give my little Rogue...
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    Re: Purchasing a new mandolin

    Congratulations! It sounds like you had a wonderful time and got just the right mandolin. Will you post its picture?

    Chris
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    Re: Got a new Gibson today:

    Congratulations! What a great birthday present and what a sweet wife. Do we get to see her, too?

    Chris
  11. Re: An Existing List of Mandolins with Radiused Fretboards?

    I'm such a newbie I don't know what a radiused fretboard is. What is it and why do people want (and not want) it. Advantages? Disadvantages?

    Chris
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    Re: Purchasing a new mandolin

    Did you make a purchase at Elderly's yesterday?

    Chris
  13. Thread: Woods and Tone

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    Re: Woods and Tone

    Thank you, there was some good info there. He certainly makes attractive mandolins!

    Chris
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    Re: Woods and Tone

    Darn! I sold all of my goats!

    Chris
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    Re: Woods and Tone

    Thanks. I did have a question about the wide neck, though. I have small hands and was wondering of the wider neck might be harder to play. I play classical guitar, which has a wider neck in terms...
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    Re: Hi, and would like some opinions

    Who is Mike Dulak? I think I missed some info...

    Chris
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    Woods and Tone

    Still doing my research...

    I am currently looking at Big Muddies. They all seem to have spruce tops but the backs are made of varying woods; maple, walnut, rosewood

    As I look at mandolins will...
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    Re: Is the Mandolin Your First Instrument?

    My father built and painted it for me. A true gift of love!

    Chris
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    Re: My First mandolin!

    Congrats! And from the sounds of it from a different post, you are off and running!

    Chris
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    Re: Is the Mandolin Your First Instrument?

    Piano starting at age 8, then harpsichord, recorder, guitar, dulcimer, mandolin. I am just now beginning to learn dulcimer and mandolin.

    Chris
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    Re: The Little Rogue

    I keep electronic tuners in the classroom; if they mess with the tuners, they have to retune. If they break a string, they have to restring. It takes some time on my part, but they learn a lot...
  22. Re: Beginner Mandolin? Rogue Mandolin model RM-100A?

    Wise choice, Renee. 'Beginners'" instruments really don't serve that purpose well. They tend to be harder to play and don't sound that good, which isn't very motivating to keep going. I have a...
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    Re: Hi, and would like some opinions

    [QUOTE Speaking guitaristically, I have a Gibson LG-3/4 that's really "corrugated" on the non-pickguard (bass) side of the soundhole, by years of aggressive flat-picking. The pickguard is designed...
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    Re: The Little Rogue

    I've been keeping it in my classroom, as I am perfectly comfortable with having my students pick it up and try things out on it. When I upgrade, it will have a permanent home in my classroom for use...
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    Re: The Little Rogue

    How right you are.... he's such a brat!

    Chris
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