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  1. Re: Andrew Bodenīs Barcarolle for two Mandolins, Mandola and Guit

    Beautifully done! Very nice!
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    Re: Gratitude

    No wonder! That is a serious list!
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    Re: Sixpenny Money

    And there’s this: https://youtu.be/HCG50Gk7KkA

    You can slow YouTube videos down.

    This is the only mandolin version I could find. https://youtu.be/ZXIYC1regGc
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    Re: Sixpenny Money

    Here’s a place to start. https://thesession.org/tunes/387
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    Re: The Ash Grove Multitrack

    Thank you! But I still cannot open my own file from here!
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    Re: Recording Equipment

    Lots of options, but I have been using Spire software (free!) and just the iPad mic. I have an external mic with a lightning connector if I want slightly better quality. 8 track capability, very few...
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    Re: Jesper Peterson, Lime Rock

    He never used his little finger even once (that I noticed)! :disbelief:
  8. Re: Is there a simple drum machine that can be operated with the

    Ok, off-topic here, but I love that Quebecois footwork. Does anyone do that while playing mandolin? Maybe too hard to keep your picking hand accurate?
  9. Re: Is there a simple drum machine that can be operated with the

    You sure that’s not the bass you’re hearing?
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    Re: Blake's March -musical notation

    That’s not Blake’s March. It’s The Constitution March.
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    Re: Jenny Lynn Polka

    Did you mean Jenny Lind Polka? Try these:

    https://thesession.org/tunes/4883
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    Re: Martin Style B in classifieds

    Someone bought both of them. Done deal.
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    Re: Surviving Lockdown

    Nicely done!!! What secret?
  14. Re: How to use more right wrist and minimal right arm?

    I would never argue with MMarshall, but watch David Benedict or Sam Bush when they play. Looks like nothing but arm movement from the elbow. Very little wrist action at all.
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    Re: New Mandolin Day!

    Pick a tune (or tunes) you hope will sound great on the Ellis, work on it till it’s as good as possible, so you can compare and enjoy it on the Ellis. You want to be knocked out, right?

    That’s...
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    Looking For Chip Bach

    I’m enjoying a bunch of Chip’s YouTube videos. I’d like to contact him but can’t find any way on YT or here. Anyone know if he’s a member? Username?
  17. Re: Possible Transition from Light to Medium Strings

    “I've read several MC threads on light vs. medium gauge strings, resulting in no real conclusion as to what I should do.”

    That is because YOU are the only one who can decide for yourself. You...
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    Re: Nyberg Flattop Mandolin Build Thread

    How deep are the bodies? They look cavernous!
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    Re: String width at the bridge

    My Weber Gallatin measures very close to 48mm at the bridge, perfect for me.
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    Re: Shutt mandolins

    Mandolin Orange.
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    Re: Pick Thickness

    “I’m fairly new toadfish right now I am just figuring out what “specs” I like”

    Toadfish?
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    Re: The Joy of an OM

    The Eastman I had before this Weber was 21”. The Weber is 20”. I’m finding the Weber surprisingly easier to play. And the G string isn’t floppy at all.
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    Re: The Joy of an OM

    Sorry, I missed your question. I’m not sure what I do regarding fingers/frets. Really. I play tunes as much the same way I play my mandolins (which I guess is two frets per finger?) as possible, then...
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    Re: The Joy of an OM

    I can’t think of that many great things to say about turning 73, can you Peter? Having a little more disposable income is nice (no point in saving anymore). Finding ways to keep doing the things I...
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    Re: The Joy of an OM

    The Eastman has a 21” scale, which was a bit long for me. The real juice came for me when I started to capo anywhere from the second to the fifth fret. I play alone, especially in these times, so the...
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