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    Quote Originally Posted by dhergert View Post
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    Not to derail the thread, but there is a modern, similar but externally mounted product from a vibrating mass standpoint: ToneGard
    The most common externally mounted vibrating or muffling mass is the players right arm.
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    Yup, perhaps less with an armrest, but still present.
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    Wouldn't it be great if we had a 'Repeat' button on the Cafe so the next time this is brought up, we could just hit Repeat and save everyone all this needless typing. The same posts would reappear as if by magic. Oh well, perhaps someday.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill McCall View Post
    The most common externally mounted vibrating or muffling mass is the players right arm.
    Bill, I think even more common around here is the popular third trimester man muffintop back dampener!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Clark View Post
    Wouldn't it be great if we had a 'Repeat' button on the Cafe so the next time this is brought up, we could just hit Repeat and save everyone all this needless typing. The same posts would reappear as if by magic. Oh well, perhaps someday.
    People feel the need to discuss things, I understand that.

    This is how new folks become familiar with things. Kind of like going to the Library (If anyone still does) and reading the Periodicals Section. You become interested in something and you go out into the stacks and find what else is available.

    The problem comes in when people just stay with the periodicals. Post #7 has a link to all sorts of historical conversations and if you look long enough this one shows up.

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