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  1. Re: Gibson threatening the mandolin and guitar luthier community

    Okey Dokey then, I actually might go to Iowa city but I don’t know when. Obviously, it would have to be the second or fourth Wednesday of the month.
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    Re: Wow, what a flip!

    Wow, 4 days and not a nibble on the Jeep!
    Original finish!
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    Re: Loar-period A-Jrs.

    I don’t mean the content, just, the grammar. A series of run on sentences tends to be tedious to read. For me anyway.
    No harm, no foul.
    You usually have excellent information to share btw.
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    Re: Vivitone Mandolin Registry

    What you have inherited is most valuable because it’s important to you. Maybe the inheritance isn’t best directed but, of this is yours, treat it as I’m pretty sure you will!
    Hoping for some “Wow,...
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    Re: Vivitone Mandolin Registry

    Sorry she has gone to the larger life. Boy, it sounds like she had a pretty interesting musical life before that! Very interesting collection of instruments to say the least.
    Have any of the rest...
  6. Re: Gibson threatening the mandolin and guitar luthier community

    Oooh, I really want to spend some quality time in Iowa City!
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    Re: Going to my first BG jam

    Glad you had fun!
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    Re: Uther my cat..

    I will never forget the “You are LEAVING” looks I got when I was a road rep from “Guinness” (tortoise shell, split nose) whenever she saw me pack a bag!
    She knew. As for vacation? Without house...
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    Re: Uther my cat..

    I have no particular allegiance to either species but, equally love them! After the last one died, I have not had the heart to get another one. That may change but, it’s a small consolation to know...
  10. Re: Gibson threatening the mandolin and guitar luthier community

    Nice tape job Mike, looks like an old “naughty” picture with tape over the eyes!
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    Re: Wow, what a flip!

    Correction,
    178226


    My wife says we really want $11,111.11 for it.!:))
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    Re: Wow, what a flip!

    I’m starting to repeat myself...
    “Askin’ ain’t Sellin’!”
    I have a 1998 second owner Jeep Cherokee sport with under 150k on that I’d part with for $10,001! :grin:
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    Re: Jesse McReynolds at 90

    Well, the baker won’t be getting a “Cease and Desist” for the cake, the evidence will be consumed!
    Happy birthday Jesse, you are a great treasure!
  14. Re: Gibson threatening the mandolin and guitar luthier community

    That is a very interesting question!?
    How do all the kit car body people get away with that? Mike, you generally find some very interesting tangents to go off on! One day we will have to share a...
  15. Re: Gibson threatening the mandolin and guitar luthier community

    If they made sports equipment maybe they would make..




    Wait for it...
  16. Re: Have lyrics, looking for band/song & maytbe album

    Still can, Hoss!
    I saw the Randy Graham, Terry Baucom, Jimmy Henley, Doyle do that live a couple of times! That was a “Goat Peas to,Gasoline band!
    Now, I feel old!
    That’s a great way to find some...
  17. Thread: 1970's F5'S

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    Re: 1970's F5'S

    Being an inhabitant of the city for quite a number of years prior and post “Norlin evacuation” of the company, there are a bucket load of “Gibson” instruments that were “toolbox take home pieces”...
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    Re: Scrolltastic 30s Oddball Mandolin

    Pin hole discussion! Allen, you crack me up!
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    Re: Gibson F-5 on eBay?

    It’s not necessarily very pretty to my eye but, who knows. I’m not buying. The label does give me a little pause, obliterated signature but who would “fake” a ‘70’s F-5?
    I wonder if there is a cease...
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    Re: What's on the grill for the 4th?

    It’s a lot of work to be sure but, MOST of the time is simply spent waiting! The waiting time allows for ample music playing time. My wedding feast pig was an overnighter, the guy I got the hog from...
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    Re: Scrolltastic 30s Oddball Mandolin

    Scrolltastic! Indeed!
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    Re: What's on the grill for the 4th?

    I’ve done probably fifty hogs over the years, they are fun and a Grand reason for a picking party! These days, I’m more inclined to use my WSM (Weber Smokey Mountain) or the kettles or gasser (if...
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    Re: What's on the grill for the 4th?

    Now,that the holiday has passed, I might have to make a Costco run and see about a slab of cow!
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    Re: New Fender 1.5mm pick

    Do I see the word “Mousetrap” on this ? :))
    I will see if I can find one here in this desert, maybe... maybe not.
    I have more picks than I will use in my lifetime!
    I do like the “traction device”...
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    Re: The Bluegrass Store - Columbus OH

    The place reminds me of the store I worked with when I graduated high school but, almost fifty years later!? I might be making a side trip next time I make a family visit in a “southerly direction” ....
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