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Thread: Four-string nylon-stringed mando. Acoustic.

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    Mando-Accumulator Jim Garber's Avatar
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    Default Re: Four-string nylon-stringed mando. Acoustic.

    Quote Originally Posted by MrMoe View Post
    Thanks Jim, Being able to read does not make one a stickler. I am awaiting cataract removal. Looking again with one eye closed I see Nylgut.
    Thanks again, Maurice
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    My fingers did not work too well on my phone this morning. Duh! Yes, Nylgut, not Nygut.

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    Registered User Brian560's Avatar
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    Default Re: Four-string nylon-stringed mando. Acoustic.

    The Cremonese/Bresciano mandolins have four nylon strings.

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    Default Re: Four-string nylon-stringed mando. Acoustic.

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