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  1. Re: Helping out a mandolin themed film: Jacob's First Mandolin

    That's great! (I saw Mipso at Old Settlers in 2019. Got my first one of their CDs!)
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    Re: Distressed Mandolin and Regular Playing

    :))

    Finally, a position on this topic I can agree with!
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    Sixteen Tons

    This is a song my open mic bud and I used to do (B.C.) when I was playing guitar. He stopped by yesterday and I took a swing at it with the mandolin. Recorded on the Zoom F8n (3 mics) in the family...
  4. Re: TS, TRS, TRRS, anyone know why my doesn’t microphone work?

    If you get the XLR attachment (to replace the XY mic) you can record 6 tracks at a time with an H6. I did that a lot before I got the F8. (Here is an open mic group I did with the H6 - most of those...
  5. Thread: DolinmanX

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    Re: DolinmanX

    Pretty much, and the 'B' part is RW. (Which probably came from some drinking song. A little peppy for a gånglåt, but, sure, who knows where these things come from... "Hey ho, it's off to work we...
  6. Re: TS, TRS, TRRS, anyone know why my doesn’t microphone work?

    I agree that a "regular" mic with an XLR cable seems to be the obvious answer, but if we understood what the actual "use case" for the recorder/mic(s), or maybe constraints, even financial, was that...
  7. Re: TS, TRS, TRRS, anyone know why my doesn’t microphone work?

    It depends entirely on the type of microphone. WHAT IS IT?

    Back when I had my original H6 (not the new one) as well as the F8 model, the 1/4" input was strictly for instrument or line level input...
  8. Re: Does anyone own one of the Eastman varnish finish mandolins?

    I've heard terrific music made on MD5xx series from Eastman. Heck, I've seen a video of some guy playing a GoldTone that sounds as good or better than many folks (myself included) plinking away on...
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    Re: Monroebilia With Glen Duncan

    That is terrific. Thanks.
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    Re: ISO Mandolin Luthier

    Might help folks if we knew where you were located, unless you intend to ship it somewhere.
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    Re: Power Supply Advice

    That's a very feature-loaded box! It does lack the IR capability of the ToneDexter, though, so if that's the main reason to have a TD, it's just not going to replace it. But, if you are basically...
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    Re: Power Supply Advice

    You need to check the polarity of power supplies, whether plug-in (AC converter type) or battery packs. It may be that the ToneDexter supply is not the same polarity as required by your pedals. (IIRC...
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    Re: Power Supply Advice

    I have used Talentcell packs for recording with Zoom F8/F8n digital recorders as well as video camcorders. They have different models, some with 12V only and some with USB (5V) options. 12V should...
  14. Re: Your favourite manufacturer offers you a signature model

    I'm thinking that having a "signature model" would seriously diminish being able to get away with muttering something about the danged instrument every time I screw up, so I'm going to stick with...
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    Re: Any ideas on what this is?

    Oops! I was looking on the phone and, once again, leapt to the wrong conclusion. I can see that now.
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    Re: Any ideas on what this is?

    I have no idea what that is, but I would not want to be trying to string it up with that [narrowly] slotted peghead.
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    Re: new Neumann kk14 clip on

    I watched the review and it seems like it's mostly a toss up, at least for live use (IMO). I do get that Neumann is probably not going to compete on price, but heading into an existing market with...
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    Re: Guitar Chord Photo Flash Cards

    You'll have to get good at chord/key "math" too, since most of the time the guitar players are going to use a capo if they're not playing in G, C, or D, at least in more bluegrass-y leaning jams....
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    Re: Distressed Mandolin and Regular Playing

    Gigging is what does most of the real damage, and, of course, technique(s) that are certain to wear spots, like keeping a finger planted while picking, or picking that hits an unguarded area of the...
  20. Re: Does anyone own one of the Eastman varnish finish mandolins?

    I bought a nice violin from Johnson about 25 years ago, I'd guess, and some other stuff along the way before it moved on to our son. (It was obvious who should be playing the fiddle in our family :)...
  21. Re: Does anyone own one of the Eastman varnish finish mandolins?

    Mine is only varnish, but I cannot say for sure what they are using these days. IMO, It would be extremely unlikely that they would do anything save a French polish "coat" over varnish finish (which...
  22. Re: a couple of MC related string questions

    Have you asked Mapes if they'll make a custom set for you?
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    Re: 1909 Gibson mandolin

    Wide/narrow grain sides are reversed on the two. Could be they got the halves meant for each other :)
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    Re: 1909 Gibson mandolin

    Is that a one-piece top or just remarkably unmatched?
  25. Re: Just tried a Blue Chip pick on my mandolin

    If you keep throwing all your money away on picks, you never will ;)

    I definitely have spent more money on picks than I ever imagined since actually starting to play and spending "some" time here....
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