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  1. Yep!!! Sounds good! Feels Good! Is Good!

    Yep!!! Sounds good! Feels Good! Is Good!
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    Re: Dull and Lifeless

    If you know that the bridge and all are relatively the same and it has taken no licks, etc. I would bet on the humidity problem.
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    Re: How to practice Circle of 5ths

    JeffD is right on, relative to the clock thing. I used to work on "older" clock movements and you can really mess up by going backwards. Just thought I would add in, as I love old clocks. Carry...
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    Re: Want to take up the cello

    I love this thread! Besides all the music stuff, which is great, learning a new instrument, at an age, is good for our old brain! Being god is not the thing at all, what matters is the mental...
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    Re: How to practice Circle of 5ths

    David L. I agree with you in that the Emery book would apply, I just wish I could find a book jsut like it written for mandolin and with mandolin examples.
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    Re: What do you keep your picks and stuff in?

    Small Altoid. 1/2 size
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    Re: Mapes Strings

    I like them and their customer service is very good.
  8. Thread: Mandolindo

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    Re: Mandolindo

    I am not a good player, anyway, but I can see that either of these will require a funamental change in the way I address the strings. At first,I thought it was the fault of my hearing aids, then...
  9. Thread: Mandolindo

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    Mandolindo

    I have just received a Mandolindo from Elderly (Great folks BTW).

    It is the rosewood one and I love playing with it, I love the feel of it, size of the neck, tone and all.

    My only issue is that...
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    Re: How to practice Circle of 5ths

    I wish not to take this thread off course, But, I wish there was a mandolin book like Bruce Emery's book for guitarist, " Music Principles for the Skeptical Guitarist, (vol 1 & 2). A GREAT book!!! ...
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    Re: Jazz Players

    I watched the video. Great! I got caught up in YouTube and watched others of Isaac Eicher and am just amazed, He is really good and I, very much.enjoyed his playing. Thanks.
  12. John S. Kinnard Dell Arte Finegold Series Mandolinetto

    Anyone ever play one of these? What was your impression? What are they worth or sell for? I see one and and am juste curious. Thanks eceryone.
  13. Re: Anyone heard of Micah Bonn? Young player, nice jazz mandolin!

    She is Great! . . .on any instrument she picks up!
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    Re: Gibson A Jr. Natural

    Actually I am the one who put those up on Reverb. I just have too many mandolins. I plan on keepling the one which doesn't sell. (maybe all of them. Ha) The old snake head has been through the...
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    Re: It Made the Mandolin Sound Better

    I have so enjoyed thinking about this thread. I have laughed and when I tell anyone I get tickled again. Than you.
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    Re: Gibson A Jr. Natural

    Thanks rcc56! I have a refinished A jr which was converted to "natural". The maple piece insert you are discribing is ckearly visible in the middle of the peghead just above the nut. I am trying...
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    Re: Old vs New Oval

    Man! I sure enjoy reading all your thoughts and opinions. Thanks. You all know so much more than I, but one of the things I encounter is the differing sounds from in front of (the listener's end)...
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    Re: Gibson A Jr. Natural

    On the subject of A Jr's, what is the dark/black peghead covering, paint stain, verneer or what? I have one which has been refinished and I, at least, want to put the pegehad back to a dark color.
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    Re: Gibson A Jr. Natural

    I think I agree Mark, but at any ratem it is a fine piece of spruce! But, to me, and most important, I would ask Anglocelt, how does it sound?

    Also, you fine people, on the subject of A Jr's,...
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    Re: Gibson A Jr. Natural

    Thanks Mark, great mandolins! I enjoyed our messaging the other day as well. I can assure you that none of the ones i'm fooling with look so clean and nice!!
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    Re: Gibson A Jr. Natural

    Well, I think you good folks have convinced me to leave them alone, for several reasons. One being that it will provide very little in the way of enhancing value. And as far as sound is concerned,...
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    Re: Gibson A Jr. Natural

    Yes Jim, I looked through those as well. I am trying to figure, whether, if one had a refinished one should he, she, refinish it, yet again, and bring it back to its original color.
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    Re: Gibson A Jr. Natural

    I have found one that the seller said was an over spray natural. And anoter "natural" taht says it is a refinish but , from the photos, there does not appear to be any of the stain "hangovers". I...
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    Re: Gibson A Jr. Natural

    Well, I see your point. But, I don't know what to do about it except to say well they do not come in natural. . . unless they do.
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    Re: Gibson A Jr. Natural

    surely that must settle it. don't you think?
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