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    Arrived safely yesterday!
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    Nice! #I bought a barely-used Mid-Mo last winter from Alberta Canada. #One of my favourite little axes. #Enjoy it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by (pathfinder @ June 17 2004, 11:16)
    Nice! I bought a barely-used Mid-Mo last winter from Alberta Canada. One of my favourite little axes. Enjoy it.
    This one would qualify as "barely used" I LOVE it! I'm gonna pick for a 1/2 hour at lunch!

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    enjoy it! you sure only 1/2 and hour. i dare you put it down that quickly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by (ira @ June 17 2004, 11:37)
    enjoy it! you sure only 1/2 and hour. i dare you put it down that quickly.
    You're right Ira.....I picked for close to 50 minutes......:D

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    That's really nice JackStraw, and doesn't it seem like about 20 minutes of pickin' was done in about an hour? Time goes way too fast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by (neal @ June 17 2004, 17:00)
    That's really nice JackStraw, and doesn't it seem like about 20 minutes of pickin' was done in about an hour? Time goes way too fast.
    Yea, I satdown on the porch swing at like 9 last night, next thing I now it's 11:15! I was like WTF?!?

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    welcome to the world of mandopickin. i have never engaged in an activity that makes such a timewarp (well, a few times at deadshows, but other factors were involved:D ). countless times i have told my wife- be up in a minute i just wat to work on this tune once more., and an hour or two later i finally make it up.

    truly helps mend the soul after a long day!
    peace and joy with your new axe brother.

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    Quote Originally Posted by (ira @ June 18 2004, 10:39)
    welcome to the world of mandopickin. i have never engaged in an activity that makes such a timewarp (well, a few times at deadshows, but other factors were involved:D ). countless times i have told my wife- be up in a minute i just wat to work on this tune once more., and an hour or two later i finally make it up.

    truly helps mend the soul after a long day!
    peace and joy with your new axe brother.
    Thanks for the kind words Ira......I played another:50 minute 1/2 hour at lunch today! If nothing else, I'm gonna loose weight from skipping lunch!

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    Hey JackStraw, congrats and welcome. FWIW, I think you made a good choice. Mid-Mo makes a quality product. Enjoy playing your new mando.

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    so jackstraw- had it about a week. how is it going??? do you love it? has it broken up any significant relationships in your life yet? getting any sleep???

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    These are great instruments. I have the rosewood M-4 and I really love it. I bought mine second hand, it is a Jan 98 and I have had it 3 1/2 years.

    Enjoy yours.

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