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    Re: One more banjo question

    Banjos are ‘low hanging fruit’? No.

    Well, maybe durian😊
  2. Re: Charles Johnson - Mandolin World Headquarters

    +1. Got a lovely 000-18 from him a while back. Such a pleasure to deal with, not that I needed another guitar😊
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    Re: In praise of mandolin builder Matt Ruhland

    Absolutely not. I’m looking forward to playing my buddy’s as soon as possible.��
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    Re: Tab Software

    +1 TablEdit.
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    Re: First Jam Session.

    Nothing ventured, nothing gained.
  6. Thread: Tonegards

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    Re: Tonegards

    But what about Dawg?
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    Re: Tonegards

    That makes a good case for tonegards on pegheads, which seem to suffer a lot more damage on very expensive instruments. And the added mass probably enhances the sustain.
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    Re: String journey on a Collings MT

    I've played the Labella 770M and 880L on my F5L, trying to copy David McLaughlin. My hands tended to kill the sound a little too quickly for me but I sure love his playing with those strings.
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    Re: Off to Scotland

    Fit as we are for retirees, it’s nice to know, but we probably won’t do that. There might be a pub in the way.
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    Re: Friendly reminder

    Were you ever allowed in again?:)
  11. Re: F5's from $3000-5000 worth considering - Sept '19

    The Ruhland at Carter's should be on the list. They're pretty powerful instruments. NFI.
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    Re: Monteleone style mandolin

    what ebay listing?
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    Re: Off to Scotland

    Thanks
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    Re: Mandolins "Opening Up"

    It would be useful to have that information on the main Forum page. I have seen this tip posted numerous times in a variety of threads. Many of us think the availability of the search page is the...
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    Re: Should I pay for damage caused?

    I think that’s the right thing to do.
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    Sticky: Re: Loar Picture of the Day

    Huh?
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    Re: Mandolins "Opening Up"

    Great. If you're buying, I'd like double cheese and pepperoni.
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    Re: East Tennessee Blues

    That’s a really cool album but takes a bit to find it. Those boys and a couple of tracks with George Barnes.��
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    Re: Help With A Couple Chords

    Sounds like Hotel California. Can’t quite tell what notes you’re playing in those 2 chords.

    Also, mandolins typically are not played like little guitars, but rather as plucked violins, ie,...
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    Re: Mandolins "Opening Up"

    :popcorn:
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    Re: Silverangel Econo A #446

    Stiffer picks can be much louder, like a Red Bear. As for loud mandolins, Audey Ratliff builds loud mandolins, F and A. I have one of each, both CountryBoys. Plain but loud, great BG instruments.
  22. Re: suggestions/thoughts for someone wanting to learn inlay work

    If you're cutting the shell, use good ventilation and a proper dust mask. The dust can make you very sick. Been there, did that, when I was young and foolish. And there's a reason jewelers saw...
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    Re: A New Pick For Slick?

    Cheap, sort of Blue Chip, are Radex. Come in 3 thicknesses, in the 346 shape. I have all the standards, Red Bear, Blue Chip, Wegen, V-Pick and Gibson but I mostly use the Radex now. Doesn't...
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    Re: The Sun Jumped Up This Morning

    Well, he's playing it in E and its Woody Guthrie, so I suspect, and it sounds it too, that its I-V, I-IV, maybe not quite that order, with a vi (minor) in it. And it sure sounds like the Crawdad...
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    Re: Silverangel Econo A #446

    Not being loud enough can be translated to 'the other guys are too loud'.

    Great looking mandolin!
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