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    Re: Microphones for home recording

    The SM57 is a good mic, especially for live use, and, TBH, most mandolins do not really put out a wide frequency range, so it can work. It does have a low output (sensitivity), and will require a...
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    Re: Recommendations For Headphones?

    I wouldn't call them "terrible" but they have a limited lifetime. It's some sort of thin "pleather" IIRC and that has the advantage of being relatively pliable (good seal) that can be easily cleaned...
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    Re: Old Woodworking Machines

    The school I went to back in the 70s had this massive bandsaw - they said it had originally been designed for meat cutting, as in cutting steers in half, if I had to guess. It cut through hardwoods...
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    Re: Recommendations For Headphones?

    Speaking of cords! I've come to prefer straight cords, especially if you have more than one pair plugged in - maybe not so much for just a single pair. (When you go to sit down with a bud and record...
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    Re: Recommendations For Headphones?

    For recording, any closed back phones with impedance =< 80Ω are generally going to be fine with any basic interface. You can spend a little or a lot, but specifically for *tracking* all you need is...
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    Re: How many Mandolins to own

    Minimally, kidding aside, Id say 2.

    If youre in the habit of playing one (of any instrument) regularly, you need a backup for those cases where the one needs repairs taking more than a day or...
  7. Re: Classifieds keyword filter (feature request)

    Just to clarify, I didn't want the "advanced, default" search to be limited to just the title, but (e.g.) add another item to the dropdown that includes stuff like "case sensitive" so I wouldn't have...
  8. Classifieds keyword filter (feature request)

    Just wondering how hard it would be to add a restriction on the keyword search to limit it to the ad title, vs. the default of searching the entire ad. Just asking because if I search for...
  9. Thread: ASCAP/BMI

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    Re: ASCAP/BMI

    As already stated, you'll need the piece you want to *register* (which is the correct word, at least in the USA) in either written or recorded form.

    One place to start reading:...
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    Re: Preamp Question

    I guess we didn't get a complete "use case" description from the OP, but is the assumption that this is a live situation? It seems like the chance of anybody coming up with a single preamp with even...
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    Re: Bag or case

    I recently got a Travelite, and with my Eastman and Tone-Gard, it's tight. Reviews on that case with Tone-Gard are mixed on this forum - seems to depend on the mandolin. I'm not wild about the feel...
  12. Re: Stewmac shipping outrageously expensive and NOT eco-responsib

    Not S-M but I was just notified a couple days ago that Elderly had finally got stock of a music/mando book I'd been wanting to buy. $25 for the book. The only shipping option was $15 for 2-day FedEx!...
  13. Re: This weeks mandolin that won't get a bid or buyer

    "Luthier's Dream" is where I stopped reading.
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    Re: Secure Endpin?

    Surprised I didn't see it mentioned yet, but I've used that white "teflon" tape - just once around stretched tight is usually enough. (You'll find in the plumbing supply aisle at any hardware/home...
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    Re: Old Settlers

    Got here Monday. Usually some music in our area in Banjo.
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    Re: Shure sm57

    !!!!![/QUOTE]
    To get the SM81 into a "mini recorder" mentioned just before the adaptor comment, you *might* need both a battery-powered phantom power bump in the cable as well as an XLR to 3.5mm...
  17. Thread: Zenison

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    Re: Zenison

    Somebody buy one and give us a review on YouTube.

    Could be from the Rogue factory ($156 for f-style at Amazon), using even cheaper materials, like the sandalwood back and sides? I'm guessing a...
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    Re: mandolin with violin music

    You can take usually anything written or transcribed for 2 violins and put a couple of 'C' instruments like 2 mandolins or 2 flutes, or mix them up, and give it a go. A quick search shows this looks...
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    Re: Shure sm57

    I've hesitated to weigh in because I've never performed live with a mandolin, but I have recorded a good number of acoustic open mics with all kinds of instruments and performers. When the OP wrote...
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    Re: Apollo Mike Marshall picks

    I don't really have any update from what I posted initially. I never thought I'd buy a pick this expensive, and probably expressed that verbally more than once, but just ordered another one.
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    Re: Mazas 12 Little Duets #1 Rondo

    Thanks for listening and commenting! Sifting through some of the takes (just left the Zoom running): here's the Andante from that same duet. (We let the tempo get away a bit, and dynamics are still a...
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    Re: JJB pickup choice for cittern

    No idea, but it might be helpful to have a good "blueprint" of how the bridge and strings cross over the area behind the X, and if there's a backing plate (as with steel-string guitars) so you have...
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    Re: China mandolin supply

    I'm kind of wondering what's in those ships, but mandolins probably aren't what most folks are interested in.

    It feels like, based on browsing, that the lower end of the supply has eased up some,...
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    Mazas 12 Little Duets #1 Rondo

    Our son stopped by for a week+ of working from our home (a break from his NYC apartment), and brought his mando along with some easy duets. We didn't get much time, and my reading skills suck, but we...
  25. Re: Suggestions for types strings and a mandolin

    Eastman probably has the narrowest spec for width at the nut (1 3/32) in current production that youd find new (below $1k). Whether that neck would be easier or not is a different matter. You might...
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