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    Re: First Jam Session.

    Thanks guys. I got the rather late so I didn't join in but I got a good idea what Terry are playing. The woman I was meeting his friends with the person who organizes? So I will get a list of the...
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    Re: First Jam Session.

    Lol, sorry, the jam is today :D

    I've tried briefly several times to learn chords. I've convinced myself over the years that my fingers don't do that :/

    She tells me it's just for fun for all...
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    First Jam Session.

    We haven't met yet. I suggested brunch or lunch or dinner or ANYTHING because we've been trying g to work something out for a couple months.

    She suggested the celtic jam session near her location....
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    Re: Frank Wakefield w/ Country Cooking LP

    Record store was clearing out their dollar records for free today. I was the first there and fortunate to find this :)

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    Re: Frank Wakefield w/ Country Cooking LP

    Brought home this Sony XO-7 Stereo Deck Receiver yesterday so I've been playing some old tapes.

    I've been looking for this album (locally) for some time on CD to no avail. I've owned the cassette...
  6. Re: What album comes to mind when you read "Irish Bouzouki"?

    I turn immediately to Sweeney's Men.
  7. Re: Eatman MDO-305 "Classic" Octave Mandolin & Gigbag

    A cafe classified of this for pre-order was shared to the facebook page (yesterday?) but now the ad seems to be gone and the Elderly website doesn't appear to be working.

    Exit: I see from another...
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    Re: Used Eastman MD505

    As a matter of perspective, this would be the full $899 new here in Canada. PLUS 15% TAX.

    Used here, I'd probably walk for more than $450.

    The f-style MD-315 also sells here new for $899 and I...
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    Re: Flatiron Pancake

    That one on ebay looks fine to me for fhe price.

    I wonder what the case is.
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    Re: A bad case of MAS/GAS/UAS!!

    You guys got it easy! I also buy turntables, receivers, records, CDs, vintage windup clocks, some pottery, books, vintage wooden pressed back chairs, nice thick leather belts...

    It's been a few...
  11. Re: Mandolin Tabs needed (Foghorn Stringband tunes)

    Is this thing on? :p
  12. Mandolin Tabs needed (Foghorn Stringband tunes)

    Time and time and time again I go searching for the tab of some seemingly-traditional instrumental FSB plays and I come up emptyhanded.

    Three I can think of right off the top of my head are Riding...
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    Re: KM-160 w/o truss rod

    This is why I hate that they maintain the same model numbers despite various very significant running changes.
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    Re: Frank Wakefield w/ Country Cooking LP

    Happening right now!! Just came in the ma today.

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    Turntable is an early '70s Acoustics Research (AR) model XB through an early '70s Pioneer SX-525 receiver.
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    Re: The story behind Ashokan Farewell

    It's one of my favorites as well and I too looked up the story before.

    It's a very popular tune, I hear it performed often.

    I first heard it in a CD of similar original compositions (this is...
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    Re: chords chords chords, learning chords.

    I know I referenced "bluegrass" and the Sunday night jams in my first post so it's reasonable that everybody is talking chop chords and double stops et al, but are these useful for anything other...
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    Re: chords chords chords, learning chords.

    Thank you everybody for your input and encouragement :)

    I know there is nothing abnormal about my hands. When I was deciding what instrument I wanted to learn, guitar seemed boring and generally...
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    Re: chords chords chords, learning chords.

    Wow, just coming back to this. Still have a lot to catch up on. It's no joke.

    I took some lessons from two different guys years ago and when it came to doing chords, I couldn't do it. I'd get my...
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    chords chords chords, learning chords.

    I've been at this mandolin thing for like, five to eight years now. I tried very briefly to learn chords long ago but found it so difficult to get a clean sound that I gave up really before trying...
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    Re: Would this work?

    Great thread. Just about completely answered in the first two responses.
  21. Re: Do the sheet rock screws help this mandocello?

    Wow. Given it looks like it's photographed in a home shop, I think the seller is responsible.

    If I had a grand laying around for one of these, maybe...
  22. Re: 1/2 of Foghorn Stringband is in town tonight!

    Yeah, she sang in french. Great voice indeed. And they did Tippy Toeing!! :) Loved it!
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  24. Re: 1/2 of Foghorn Stringband is in town tonight!

    It was a small set with about 30 or so people in attendance, many of whom were the house band or friends of.

    I couldn't be happier. Totally starstruck!
  25. 1/2 of Foghorn Stringband is in town tonight!

    Not exactly mandolin related, but I'm excited to see Sammy Lind and Nadine Landry tonight. Unbeknownst to me until this afternoon, they've been in town doing workshops since Thursday :/

    They'll be...
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