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    Default Handel replicas - Thank you Mike Blohm

    I have just received a set of Handel replica tuning buttons crafted by Mike Blohm. I am very impressed with the quality of the work and they look spiffy to boot. Thanks Mike.

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    Registered User Talbot Dale's Avatar
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    Default Re: Handel replicas - Thank you Mike Blohm

    I almost bought a set of those several years ago for my mandolin. They sure look great. Congratulations.

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    Default Re: Handel replicas - Thank you Mike Blohm

    Does anyone have contact details for Mike Blohm ?
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    Default Re: Handel replicas - Thank you Mike Blohm

    Quote Originally Posted by jimmy powells View Post
    Does anyone have contact details for Mike Blohm ?
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    JimmyUK
    No, but have you read this thread?

    The last couple of pages might be helpful to you.
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    Default Re: Handel replicas - Thank you Mike Blohm

    I met Mike this winter at a picking event in Montana...he hasn't made tuner buttons in a while, and didn't sound keen to do it again, but I'm not sure about that. He lives in Laurel, MT, if you want to track him down.
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    Default Re: Handel replicas - Thank you Mike Blohm

    Quote Originally Posted by MontanaMatt View Post
    I met Mike this winter at a picking event in Montana...
    I take it you were at Winterpick in Gardiner for Robert's party? Have not made it back there for that since I moved from Livingston. Come over for the Fiddlers Picnic this summer - almost that whole crew will be there.

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