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    Gene @ RSM
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    Feb 2009
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    Default Flattys

    Now I know what all you guys are talking about regarding flattys.

    I took my yearly pilgrimage down the coast to Buffalo Brothers in Carlsbad. There were two flattys there: a Flatiron and a new Redline Traveler. All I have to say is WOW! I was completely taken aback by the sound quality and loudness of those two instruments. Prior to my trip today I kinda said to myself; yeah yeah they can't be as good as people say. I was wrong. If I didn't already have more mandos than I need, my sights would definately be set on a flatty.

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    two t's and one hyphen fatt-dad's Avatar
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    Richmond, Virginia

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    +1 I love my pancake!
    ˇpapá gordo ain’t no madre flaca!

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    Moderator JEStanek's Avatar
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    I love my Spira. They have different voices from bluegrass boxes for sure but they have a voice I appreciate.

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