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    Default Re: Favorite Mandolin Picture

    Here's a nice picture of my Scout.
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    However, I also always liked this picture that the builder sent me before it was varnished. I think the workshop table makes for a cool background.
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    I smile every time I open the case.

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    PS. Why is the pic sideways? It's pictured correctly on my computer.

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    Default Re: Favorite Mandolin Picture

    Quote Originally Posted by mmuller View Post
    PS. Why is the pic sideways? It's pictured correctly on my computer.
    Explained, in more detail than most want or need.

    Essentially, you're taking the photo with a device that does not understand how to provide the correct and most basic orientation. Even iPhones suffer from this. Dan finally figured out a technical hack for the classifieds so that much of this is resolved, but the current version of this forum is not yet there. Possibly the next will.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mandolin Cafe View Post
    Explained, in more detail than most want or need.

    Essentially, you're taking the photo with a device that does not understand how to provide the correct and most basic orientation. Even iPhones suffer from this. Dan finally figured out a technical hack for the classifieds so that much of this is resolved, but the current version of this forum is not yet there. Possibly the next will.
    Thanks, no worries. Mando looks good upside down and backwards. Sounds better.

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    My dad rocking my great grandfather's 1914 F4, and me rocking the horse.......56 or so years ago.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Backlineman View Post
    My dad rocking my great grandfather's 1914 F4, and me rocking the horse.......56 or so years ago.
    I love the cowboy hat and the TV. Frozen in time.
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