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  1. David Grisman & Sierra Hull tomorrow in Albany, NY (for free)

    Don't know if there's a better place to post this. There's a Hops & Harvest Festival in Albany tomorrow, Wednesday 9/18 from 5pm to 9pm. The event, including the musical acts, is free.

    Here's the...
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    Re: What should I call this?

    Yeah, I'm digging it. I really appreciate the ingenuity.
  3. Re: TGG 10 - John Lawlor plays and sings “Potato Chips” 07/12/20

    Thanks for this. I can never get enough of John's playing and it seems like it's been a while since we've had any new videos.
  4. String gauges for GDAE on electric tenor

    I'm trying to figure out what gauge strings people use on a 23 inch scale electric tenor, since I'm going to need to build a set from single strings. There's plenty of info to be found for acoustics,...
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    Re: "Still Inside" The Tony Rice Story

    I was going to suggest the same thing, but also wondered about availability, so I emailed the publisher. They just confirmed that they still have non-autographed copies.
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    Re: Peter Ostroushko

    This has received some heavy rotation at work over the years, particularly the first two discs.
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    Re: Peter Ostroushko

    This was the most recent update (5/17) from his Go Fund Me campaign,

    "Peter continues to make slow but steady progress. As you can imagine, his desire to regain as much independence as he can is...
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    Re: Strings for a Martin 2-15

    Thanks, Pops, that was actually really insightful. I had no idea. I'm definitely not entertaining the idea of putting my beloved silk & bronze on there. I'm not used to shopping for lighter gauge...
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    Re: Strings for a Martin 2-15

    I'm curious about the 38s. Most of the strings I'd normally use (aside from GHS silk & bronze unfortunately) come in lighter gauges, but I'd like to try the D'addario nickel bronze and the skinniest...
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    Strings for a Martin 2-15

    I just acquired a Martin 2-15 (F hole, archtop). I've read through the various threads and it seems these are a much lighter build than their Gibson counterparts, so I'm concerned about how much...
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    Re: Mando Store to try before I buy?

    I was going to mention Acoustic Music Works as well. I can't speak to Pittsburgh Bill's experience, but I've always found Steve to be incredibly helpful, both in person and via email. I wouldn't...
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    Re: Pava

    You look so darn happy in the pictures that you're making it hard for me to begrudge you for winning.

    Seriously, congratulations. I hope you enjoy the heck out of it.
  13. Re: What sort of mandolin would a pirate have?

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    Re: 2018 Winter NAMM Show

    Appreciate you taking one for the team, Ted. You're a better man than I.
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    Re: NAMM Oddities 2017

    Thanks, Zed. I'm really enjoying all of the previous years worth of oddities. Great stuff.
  16. Re: Column: Making a Living as a Musician

    I, for one, will not be quitting my day job any time soon. Thanks for the cautionary tale, Ted.
  17. Re: Anyone had experience buying a mando from Cumberland Acoustic

    I wouldn't hesitate to purchase anything from Steve. Every interaction I've had with him was terrific. Quality products, quality service, you can't ask for more.
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    Re: Frankenstein mandolin player

    I'm sorry, no offense to Sierra, but I gotta go with Frank Wakefield's smile every time.

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    It's infectious, ya can't deny it.
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    Re: John Fahey on Bill Monroe

    Not to go off topic, but I always found the title of his book rather amusing.

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    NFI,

    https://www.amazon.com/How-Bluegrass-Music-Destroyed-Life/dp/0965618323
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    Re: Feel good video!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=izGApqEdKqI&feature=youtu.be
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    Re: A New Favorite Waltz

    I believe he plays Vanden mandolins. He discusses them here at the link.

    http://www.mandozine.com/media/CGOW/simonmayor.html
  22. Re: GDAD? CGDG? Anyone using these tunings? Advantages?

    It's because of this reason exactly that I've always wondered whether you could use four Bill Keith banjo tuners on a tenor guitar? I'm not an expert on the Keith tuners, but it seems like it would...
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    Re: Bluegrass saxaphone

    I'm digging it.
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    Re: Appreciation for the Cafe

    I just double checked the bookmarks in my phone's browser, and sure enough, when I got my phone, it was the first site I bookmarked.

    If this were the only site I could access on the internet, I'd...
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    Re: Bag for mandobass

    David Messina is a bass player who, along with his wife Laurie, started making bass gig bags as a side business years ago (when I was taking lessons from him), but it's really blossomed since then....
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