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    I just wanted to give huge props to Ed Lowe and the folks at Lowe Vintage for their friendly, superb service. They were complete pros in every way regarding my recent purchase and I would highly recommend this dealer to anyone looking for a fine instrument. It is rare to find service as good as theirs these days... thanks again Ed!

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    What did you buy?
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    a mandolin

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    Pics.... or it didn’t happen.

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    Ed and his son Will are good peeps - excellent store, good inventory and prices. I'll be seeing them this week at the awesome jam they hold. Pros show, crowds gather to listen out on the street.

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    Alan:

    When is their jam?

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    3rd Wednesday of the month, 7 pm or so. Hope to see you there, John.

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    Congratulations! Yes, they’re a great group of guys. I know you don’t want to say, which I totally respect. If you bought the one I think you did, you got a helluva mandolin!!
    Chuck

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    Indeed the premier vintage store in North Carolina. I go by when in the area and always plan a lunch at the famous Zack's Hot Dogs right behind them. They've got the goods here and great accessories too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by f5loar View Post
    Indeed the premier vintage store in North Carolina. I go by when in the area and always plan a lunch at the famous Zack's Hot Dogs right behind them. They've got the goods here and great accessories too.
    I have never had accessories with my hot dogs but I imagine they would taste good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Garber View Post
    I have never had accessories with my hot dogs but I imagine they would taste good.
    aka: chow-chow.
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    Agreed with all above sentiments. I had a great time there, and my wallet left well-emptied.

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    I really need to make a trip over there soon. It's just far enough away to not have done it yet.
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