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    Re: Seasonal Sight Reading Challenge

    Just played it to my Good Lady, she says it's the best she's ever heard me play anything, ever!:grin:
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    Re: I don't like F styles. Anyone else?

    "122 wagon 1967 rare with "F" cylinder head"

    That'll be the one with the scroll then?
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    Re: Suddenly feeling old

    As one who is veryclose to celebrating 72 years on this earth, I'm not singing the blues any more - "Woke up this morning" is quite good enough for me:).

    More seriously, age is just a number,...
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    Re: "Playing the circle of fifths"

    Hey! How did Fred Flintstone get in on this?
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    Re: is an arm rest a benefit to technique ?

    Like Gordonjackson I also play a mandolin of the "Celtic" variety and have no armrest. What I do use is one of those stretchy toweling wristband that you see tennis players and other sportspeople use...
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    Re: Musician Jokes

    Due to COVID-19 I shall be self-isolating; just me and my banjo. Nothing new there then.
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    Re: Round vs. pear shape

    Ah! That would explain the British expression, "It's all gone pear shaped!":grin:
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    Re: Oakwood Mandolins?

    +1 from me too. I've owned a "Meridian" style bouzouki for nearly 12 years and a "Traditional" style mandolin for just over a year, both beautiful instruments for sound, playability and looks...
  9. Re: You know you think about mandolins too much when...

    You find a note dated two weeks ago from your wife saying she's left you.:confused:
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    Re: What is a Celtic mandolin?

    "What is a Celtic Mandolin?" Who knows? Archaeologists have failed to find one miraculously preserved or even a drawing of one. We don't even know what music sounded like around 500BC.
    However,...
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    Re: If You Were Famous . . .

    I am, but not as a mandolin player. I'm not ashamed of it but I'd rather be me incognito in an unsure environment.
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