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    Re: The end of my playing days.

    Well, he is without pain or misery and can taste his food!
    I will deeply miss his conversations, deepest condolences to Mrs. Kelsall.
    I will see that Mass is said for him.
    “May light perpetual...
  2. Thread: Old Bacon

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    Re: Old Bacon

    I’m in Michigan.....


    Name- Barb-E- Cue or Oscar Meyer...

    Nickname- “Thick slice!”
  3. Re: Off in the weeds on my first mando purchase ...

    Just remember “It’s not a tiny guitar!”
    If the first was most comfortable, go with it, learn what you like and figure out what you think you want “more” of in your next instrument. Don’t overthink...
  4. Thread: Old Bacon

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    Re: Old Bacon

    Yep, that’s a fantastic piece to have inherited! Play it, play it a lot!
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    Re: Does anyone have a case like this?

    It’s good to see the end of a project like this!
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    Re: Derr mandolin, Toledo

    I love this stuff!
  7. Re: Help me find a mando for my 10 yr old daughter

    Let her use the Collings, when I sold instruments it was the kid whose parents saw the value in getting a better instrument so the problem would not be quality of the equipment.
    That said, why...
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    Re: I have a superton, what next?

    A couple of quarts of cocktail components and time. Some for cleaning parts and the rest to get you through the rest of the project one step at a time. There will be lots of little things you will...
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    Re: What instrument is the hardest? My experience

    The hard thing is the tuning, but, if you have time...
  10. Re: The Guitars (and Mandolins) of Ken Burns' Country Music

    You da man, Mike!
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    Re: Dropped mandolin

    I’m fairly confident that things have been “done a mischief” and your luthier will tell you it’s just a mild issue!
    Don’t worry, things could be worse.
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    Re: What instrument is the hardest? My experience

    That would be a.....
    Wait for it...



    A shortcake!

    Ok, I’m on the road 2000 miles this week and I miss my own bed so, I’ll stand in my corner when I get home tomorrow!
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    Re: What instrument is the hardest? My experience

    The hardest instrument would be the one you have not started yet!
    I never felt like the mandolin was “hard” because I really fell in love with it, the desire was a greater driving force than...
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    Re: Harmony H35 Mandolin Chicago

    A buddy of mine decided he felt like he wanted to corner the market on those old black top Harmony dreadnoughts, for the life of me I cannot understand why. They were dogs back then, and time has not...
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    Re: Harmony H35 Mandolin Chicago

    This is one of the most impressive kind of things that happen on this site, connections with instruments and family members and the history never ceases to amaze me!
    Thank you for adding your...
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    Re: Your average $150,000 guitar

    It would be great to play “scales” on....

    Ok, I’ll go to my corner now.
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    Short notice!

    Heading to the Simpsonville area next weekend (10-5+), anything fun happening around there that weekend?
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    Re: Big Family: The Story of Bluegrass Music

    Barely grazed him!
  19. Re: Article: Waterloo Mandolin Giveaway Registration Start Date A

    I’m glad the suspense is over! Enjoy it Tom!
  20. Re: Did you catch the Ken Burns Country Music series opening?

    There’s a discussion of that show here somewhere. Mike is better at linking that than anyone.
    Also, I agree with the premise that music is in a constant state of flux, and I stand by my stand by ...
  21. Re: The Guitars (and Mandolins) of Ken Burns' Country Music

    Being a Guild fan, I’m fascinated to see so many of them in the background!
  22. Re: The Guitars (and Mandolins) of Ken Burns' Country Music

    It is so amazing to have a walking encyclopedia like you around Tom!
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    Re: '17 A-1 Bridge

    Is the bridge deteriorating? If not, why worry? If it is failing, then an accurate replacement would be the clear choice, for me.
    Does that help? Probably not, but, I got a dialog started!
  24. Re: Did you catch the Ken Burns Country Music series opening?

    Opinions about subject matter, sure, there are always more “versions of the truth” to be told. As far as style is concerned, I think it’s always going to be a bone of contention for someone.
    I like...
  25. Re: Did you catch the Ken Burns Country Music series opening?

    I don’t understand the need to gripe about what has become Ken Burns signature style.
    It’s a freaking 16 hour series, what is it about the leisurely, well researched, well supported listenable pace...
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