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    Kiyomi
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    and again, with a good view of her ochiai mandolin
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    Here's one of me!
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    Now that is a relaxing scene! Please don't keep that fine-looking mandolin in the hot sun very long; it won't help it at all.

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    You don't want to mess with her, believe me.


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    Quote Originally Posted by (hobbitgirl3 @ Oct. 02 2006, 21:11)
    Here's one of me!
    Cute! (the girl looks nice, too! )
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    hobbitgirl,

    That's got to be one great lake you're standing in.

    ..and now that I've checked your profile, my guess is it's L. Michigan.
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    It could be Erie or Huron too, but I didnt check the profile...I grew up on Lake Erie's coast.
    Look up (to see whats comin down)

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    Yes, it is Lake Michigan. My college is right on the lake so I just have to look out my window and there's Lake Michigan! Only about 50 feet away from my window.

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    Just shows that I'm a Caribbean boy ... I turn blue at the very thought of being barefoot anywhere near Lake Michigan. I know that Chicago can get pretty hot in the summer, but how warm does the water ever get?
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    Quote Originally Posted by
    what are those huge double instrument/necked things some of the folks above are playing???
    Ira,

    Those are harp guitars. #Friend of mine at a radio station was cleaning out some of their unplayed cds and passed on a couple of a harp guitar player. #They sound about like the name. I'd never seen 'em before either, but judging by the one picture, they were popular in one area at least for a time.

    (duh,me - I made time to go back through the whole thing, see this has been answered a couple times already. Eastern Nebraska isn't exactly a hot-bed for these - other than Celtic & variants, what type of music would be played on them?)

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    My girlfriend with mandolin. She can play a couple of tunes. This mandolin she bought for me.


    Kenneth.

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    A girlfriend that would buy her guy a mandolin ... better hang on to this one!
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    Frazey Ford (left) and Samantha Parton (right) in the Be Good Tanyas. Good band! If you don't know them, check them out! Be Good Tanyas webpage.


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    So demure. Love the bra.
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    It's so important to have the right practice shoes.

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    This thread is gett'n waaaay off topic!! #

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    Quote Originally Posted by (Hrimaly @ Nov. 04 2006, 19:48)
    It's so important to have the right practice shoes.
    Man, I am so not looking forward to explaining that to the Mrs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by (Hrimaly @ Nov. 04 2006, 19:48)
    It's so important to have the right practice shoes.
    Dang, I didn't even notice she had shoes on.
    My axe is used for choppin'.

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    And picking between the tailpiece and bridge, for a special effect.

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    Climbing back out of the gutter, this is the Kobe Pharmaceutical University Mandolin Club.

    They boast of having four mandolins, two mandolas, one mandocello, a guitar, and two upright basses.
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    Another Japanese woman with a bowlback: an artist named Kiyomi. CD available from at Amazon.co.jp.
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    Another mandolin club, this one from Kyoto Notre Dame University.
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    One more mandolin club from a private high school in Tokyo. This one shows a posture for playing that I doubt many westerners could replicate.



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    Quote Originally Posted by (kww @ Nov. 05 2006, 12:28)
    Climbing back out of the gutter, this is the Kobe Pharmaceutical University Mandolin Club.

    They boast of having four mandolins, two mandolas, one mandocello, a guitar, and two upright basses.
    proof positive that pharmaceuticals and mandolin playing go hand in hand!
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