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    I am a noob on mandolins, but I have two mandolins that I believe are very good for new players... a Kentucky KM-150 and a Seagull S8. Both are good and very different at the same time...

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    Sweet. Remember how we get to Carnegie Hall............practice, practice, practice. Good luck.

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    Default Re: my two mandolins

    An f-hole model and an oval-hole model . . . that's a great way to start and to explore your mandolin 'voice'.

    Play, learn, enjoy and keep us posted.

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    I started on a KM-150 which was a fine instrument, but I believe the model is even better now. Enjoy!
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    Welcome to the cafe’!

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