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    Re: Early Blues Mandolin

    Howard Armstrong too!
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    Re: Early Blues Mandolin

    Two words: Yank Rachell

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    Steve James has a couple of video instructionals on blues mandolin styles over at Homespun.
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    Re: Jesse McReynolds at 90

    And only six strings?

    Happy Birthday, Jesse!
  4. Re: What mandolin recordings are definitive to evolving its role?

    Do you mean pushing the musical and technical boundaries of the instrument itself? Your examples of Les Paul, Barry, Hendrix, Van Halen, and SRV, did help popularize those styles of playing but they...
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    Re: The Bluegrass Store - Columbus OH

    Ah, it was The String Shoppe that I was thinking of. I seem to remember Sonny's closing down not long after Gold Circle went out of business. I can't imagine that that mall is still standing as I...
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    Re: The Bluegrass Store - Columbus OH

    No, this was way south of there. South of Longs Bookstore and SBX.
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    Re: The Bluegrass Store - Columbus OH

    Despite playing music since I was a kid, I've only recently taken an interest in Bluegrass. It's been almost 20 years since I've last stepped foot on Planet oHIo and I'm already starting to forget...
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    Re: Montana mandolin field trip

    Is he still building those Weber small bodied archtop guitars? One of my great regrets is not buying one when I had the chance.
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    Re: The Bluegrass Store - Columbus OH

    Hey Bernie,

    I grew up in Cowtown and some of my fondest memories were stopping into some of the little mom and pop music shops in the various surrounding suburbs back in the day. In a way, those...
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    Re: Northfield Airloom Recurve review

    I forgot to mention that with the case, Northfield sent a free matching baseball cap and a nice case sticker. Nice!
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    Re: Getting into Jazz Tenor Guitar?

    Wow, I now have a new hero! And, check out that vintage kitchen!
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    Re: Northfield Airloom Recurve review

    I took advantage of the recent sale at Northfield and picked up the Slate Grey with new latches and two straps for my new Buckeye mandolin. This is a really cool case which looks more black in...
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    Re: Carbon Fiber Mandolin

    I've liked just about every carbon fiber guitar I've ever played so count me in.



    A few months back I played one of those over at Acoustic Vibes Music in Arizona and it was surprisingly good.
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    Re: Brought home a Buckeye!

    I actually do Chimes and Carmen Ohio on the Duolian. The chimes can be done using harmonics and then you can just fingerpick the chords while singing the lyrics to Carmen Ohio. But it might be a...
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    Re: Brought home a Buckeye!

    Yeah, that's part of why I wanted to give a description of my experience of ensemble playing as the quest for volume lead me to resonator and archtop guitars. When playing my Duolian, my...
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    Re: Brought home a Buckeye!

    I know I wrote a lot in the last post but I really was just trying to give some perspective on my lack of perspective. Despite playing music for over 40 years, I feel like I learn something new...
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    Re: Brought home a Buckeye!

    Well, I'm not sure I'm truly qualified to give a decent review especially once you learn more about the reviewer. In other words, I don't think I've got enough experience playing multiple f5 styles...
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    Re: Gypsy jazz tenor guitar at modest price point

    It's a single cone. I don't think NR-P currently makes a tri-cone tenor. I too have three resos currently: 1931 National Duolian Guitar, a 1997 NR-P Style 1 Tricone Guitar and a Beltona Blue...
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    Re: Gypsy jazz tenor guitar at modest price point

    I am an unabashed non-recovering reso-holic and my next tenor will likely be one of the new Nationals:
    https://www.nationalguitars.com/triolian-tenor
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    Re: Show off your back side

    My new Buckeye florentine from Pete Hart.
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    Re: Gypsy jazz tenor guitar at modest price point

    This photo was taken from my copy of "The Story of Selmer Maccaferri Guitars" by Francois Charle. I was one of the first to order a David Hodson "Djangolin" back in the day. And, if he were still...
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    Re: Brought home a Buckeye!

    A few photos of my new mandolin. Regardless of what you think of my choice in mandolins, you'll, no doubt, be impressed by my exquisite taste in straps.
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    Re: Johnny, Tiny & Jethro

    That was awesome! It sounds like Johnny Gimble's mandolin only has four strings despite the 8 string peghead.
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    While I had seen Mark as the new face of Gibson in several videos recently, it wasn't until reading the comments here that I finally realized that this is the same guy who was in all of those "Guitar...
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    Re: Over the Rainbow chord melody

    What a gorgeous and sublime arrangement! I love what you do, Aaron. Thanks for being you.
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