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    Default robster AKA Rob Meldrum, thank you so very much

    I emailed Rob last night about this time and within 10 or 15 minutes I had his eBook. I scrolled through a page or two on my phone and came to the conclusion that he could easily get $10 - $20 just for it if he wanted. It's truely inspiring to see someone that cares about a subject so much that they'll do something like this just for the love of music.

    I can't thank you enough.
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    Default Re: robster AKA Rob Meldrum, thank you so very much

    I agree, A very usefull download, I'd Would have been willing to pay for it too.
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    Default Re: robster AKA Rob Meldrum, thank you so very much

    Rob's e-book is high quality. I purchased a Rogue mandolin and--following Rob's instructions--improved the sound. So far I have completed only the bridge work he recommends, and it made a world of difference. Thank you, Rob, for your generosity and for helping a beginner get started.

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    Default Re: robster AKA Rob Meldrum, thank you so very much

    Got Rob's ebook today! Also recently purchased a rouge mandolin and thought I was happy with it, but can't wait to implement these setup tips and see what it will do! Thanks Rob!

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    Default Re: robster AKA Rob Meldrum, thank you so very much

    The ebook is still free, and thanks for the nice comments. :-) If you want a copy, just ask nicely and put the word "mandolin" somewhere in the Subject line of your email request - it makes my searches easier and replies faster. Email me at rob.meldrum@gmail.com for your free copy.

    A friend is helping me make some detailed videos, so we'll see how that turns out.

    By the way, well over a thousand copies have been given away this past year, mostly to mandolincafe members and a surprising number to people who have found my quickie before and after videos on youtube. Yes, I used Rogue mandolins as my sample mandos (due to their low acquisition cost) for pictures and videos, but the tips and techniques apply to all mandolins.

    Keep those mando-picking fingers flying!

    Rob

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    Thanks Rob, for the prompt reply to my request, for the high quality work and for the free e-book. Also, let me know how I can send you more than deserved 10 dollars.

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    Rob:

    Thank you so much for the book!

    What a great resource.

    Rusty

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