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    Re: 2 gathright mandolins

    Yes, that's the one. It's pretty wonderful!

    Charlie
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    Re: 2 gathright mandolins

    I'd have to look back and make sure but I think the F5 style might be 44. The oval hole was built in 2008.

    Charlie
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    Re: Dovetail question

    ok, as requested, this is a 100 year old gibson dovetail immediately after fretboard removal.

    charlie white117654
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    Re: Dovetail question

    I'd fully expect to see something of the above on a cheap chinese made copy...

    not hardly, having taken apart several chinese (not even cheapo..) copies.
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    2 gathright mandolins

    i've recently had the enjoyable task of setting up two of john gathright's mandolins. one is owned by a student the other by a friend/client. both instruments are really fine and a joy to play.
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    Re: Octave Mando nut and bridge spacing

    I think it was 'porchfiddler' seeking this info...
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    Re: NBC traditional music bit

    I taught the guitar program a few years ago , the whole program is pretty remarkable. Kids dont even pay for the instruments!
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    Re: If 1 nut slot is too low (cut to deep)

    You are probably already aware of this, but be careful when filing just one fret or you could compound the problem up the neck.
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    Re: Musician Jokes

    What's the difference between a banjo and an onion?...

    Nobody cries when they cut up a banjo!
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    Re: Saw Ricky Skaggs at Grand Ol Opry

    Sorry the sound was bad when you were there but dont be too hard on the opry staff sound crew. Thats a tough show to mix, between acoustic and electric acts and almost no time between acts. Last time...
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    Re: Weber Bitterroot or Gibson F9??

    Jman, one of my students has 3 webers, one is a bitterroot. Ive played it quite a lot and think its a fine instrument in that range. In addition, one of the tuners was damaged in a mishap. After a...
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