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    Re: Gborm? Gbrom?

    Martin, yes, I remember reading that, and I looked at the 16 Horsepower one, too (but I liked yours better :) )
    I enjoyed that "Soldier's Joy" as well. Lovely instrument, visually and aurally ...
  2. Re: Feedbacks on my F Mandolin and complete gear :)

    I'm just happy his case is suitable for feline comfort >^..^<
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    Re: What do you keep your picks and stuff in?

    Today I had two picks in my (front) pocket. I put my keys in the same pocket at some point, and when I got home, one of the picks was gone. Luckily it was not an expensive one, just a misc. one that...
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    Re: Just for Fun (Sierra Hull)

    That was so cool. These young women have so much talent, and they were having so much fun!
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    Re: stand or sit?

    I guess if someone has alot more experience than me, I'll try it their way. Later on, I might change my mind. But in the meantime, I might learn something.

    I have never tried playing standing up....
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    Re: Terminology Question

    It's just a joke, man. Lighten up.
    Life's too short.
  7. Re: Songs/tunes that drive our partners (and families) crazy!

    Yah, who the heck wants to be compared to a duck! :))
  8. Thread: I'm Proud

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    Re: I'm Proud

    Will you share? I'd love to learn to play those songs :mandosmiley:
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    Re: This weeks mandolin that won't get a bid or buyer

    I kind of like it. :cool:
    Especially the chicken (if that's what it is).
  10. Thread: I'm Proud

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    Re: I'm Proud

    Those are some fun songs you are working on. Are you figuring out the Eagles music by ear, did you already know it, or do you have music?
  11. Thread: I'm Proud

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    Re: I'm Proud

    Old Joe Clark
    Liberty (mandolin and mandola)
    Leaving on A Jet Plane
    In Heaven There is No Beer! (banjo mandolin)
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    Re: Absolute Silence

    So it was four to one, thumbs up for your mando playing. Not bad :)

    Awesome for you, Sherry!
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    Re: Finish question on 40's Strad-O-Lin?

    Also, is all lacquer finish the same? Anything sprayed on a scrap of wood is different in some ways, I would think, than something that has been on a mandolin for decades. After reading this...
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    Re: Finish question on 40's Strad-O-Lin?

    That's very interesting about the leather. What happened, and how long did it take to manifest? I have a leather strap on this mandolin, and presently it is tied under the fretboard extension.
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    Re: Finish question on 40's Strad-O-Lin?

    Thank you, that's very helpful. The armrest I'm looking at uses cork and leather as padding.
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    Finish question on 40's Strad-O-Lin?

    How do you know what kind of finish you have on an older mandolin, and how vulnerable it is to damage? I'm talking specifically here about my Strad-O-Lin. I'm considering getting an armrest for it...
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    Re: Found my Loar at a Yard Sale!

    I didn't watch that one, either. :disbelief:
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    Re: Gborm? Gbrom?

    Is that the one in your 2012 video of "Sinnerman"? I love that instrument and I love that video. I found it very early in my mando life and was very inspired by it.
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    Re: Found my Loar at a Yard Sale!

    Musical Saw! How does one play music on a saw!?!
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    Re: Artistworks question

    Yes, the personal feedback is key, despite the delay factor. In my last video, I showed Mike my mandola, and he said, "Cool! Let's hear that, too!"
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    Re: Artistworks question

    I think if I had the budget and time, and wasn't kind of (actually, very) apprehensive about live video lessons, I would go with Wayne Benson. I read in the blog of the late Dr. Tom Bibey (just heard...
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    Re: Help to identify vintage mandolin

    So Vista Print sells 11x17 posters, qty 50 just over $1 apiece. You could have a winner there, Jim.
  23. Re: Ellis Deluxe Mandolin #110 - scam sales on eBay and elsewhere

    I wouldn't sell anything expensive on Ebay. Expensive means more than, say $50, or anything you can't afford to lose. It's easy to get ripped off on both ends. 'Nuff said.
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    Re: Help to identify vintage mandolin

    I guess it might depend on how much of a hard core lepidopterist one is :)
    I just think they look really cool and never saw so many different ones in one place before!
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    Re: Artistworks question

    There will probably be group lessons available again in not too long. I think this could be a pretty fun way to learn.
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