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  1. Re: Old time / bluegrass in Richmond, VA?

    Try asking fatt-dad, a longtime contributor to Mandolin Cafe who lives in Richmond.
  2. Thread: Rva

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    Re: Rva

    Brandermill, for you good people not familiar with RVA (a trendy nickname for Richmond, Virginia), is a planned community 10 miles southwest of Richmond's city limits.
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  3. Re: Article: Mike Marshall Releases Signature Pick from Apollo Pi

    Just in time for holiday giving!
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    Re: cheap peg winder

    You say, "There's a thread about it on here with DIY pics etc." No link. Shucks.
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    Re: Crossrock Mandolin Cases

    Just type "Crossrock Cases" in the Facebook search field, and you're "in."
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    Re: Crossrock Mandolin Cases

    When I came of age in the '70s, seems color was having a new heyday, especially what they called "Earth tones" and "jewel tones." Nowadays, the proportion of products made in black astound. Know...
  7. Re: Was the mandolin played in traditional folk before Bill Monro

    Not everyone gets "more happy" (sic) when the bass joins in. The guitar can handle rhythm just fine, since that's the guitar's job. Besides, who in right mind would describe Riley Puckett's playing...
  8. Re: Was the mandolin played in traditional folk before Bill Monro

    Someone at that "traditionalist old-time session" was making up his own traditions, without doing his homework.
  9. Is a mandobass a bass, or a contrabass?

    Enquiring minds want to know ... ;-)

    Want to correlate sizes of mandolin family members to pitches such as soprano, alto, tenor, bass, contralto, and contrabass.

    I once played clarinets (Bx...
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    Re: DAWG picks. YES, they work

    Seems the undertone of a number of comments in this thread say, "I'm right and you're toast," or even less charitable. Would have expected more of a celebration of the options available, given that...
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    Re: New Eastman Octave tuners?

    Something else to consider ... contact Eastman.

    Eastman support amazes me, although I bought my MD305 mandolin used. Various threads have cited MD305s for years due to difficult tuners. My...
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    Re: )McClung arm rest - really disappointed

    Was going to town on my mandolin for days, and then found a mark on my wrist. Don't believe it can be removed, but perhaps I can sandblast it out. Meanwhile, installed a McClung and it's much more...
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    Re: D'Addario Micro Tuner - My Review.

    Duck tape, huh. Never seen anyone tape a duck ... just don't let an animal lover see ya doin' that ... ;-)
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    Re: Man I need a good tuner...

    Great question, but you didn't tell us the level at which you and your buddies play, or the environment in which you play.

    I'm a porch picker of limited skills, just making fun the way they used...
  15. Re: Breedlove Quartz FF Mandolin (recent)

    Link doesn't work. (Browser says, "404 - The page you are looking for cannot be found.)
  16. Re: Eastman 305 Finish Vs Breedlove Crossever

    Some of us want to keep the tops of our axes as mar-free and like-new as we can. A visual aesthetics preference.

    Remember, though, a used and abused top has served Willie Nelson remarkably well. ...
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