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    Re: Good pick for starters

    +1 for the Dunlop Primetone. Small triangle, 1.5.

    Is the traveling pick sampler still active?
  2. Re: got a live one here folks, and he is coming in hot

    +1 for avoiding any mandolin with a straphanger installed in the button. No need for that amateur crap. Your money is best spent elsewhere.
  3. Re: Walnut Back and Sides Spruce Flat Top Tone

    I'm guessing it's this one.

    https://www.mandolincafe.com/ads/181056#181056

    And it's gone. I hope the OP reports back on how he likes it.
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    Re: Okay, I honestly need to know...

    You can take a look at the tablature library in the "listen/learn" section....

    https://www.mandolincafe.com/tabarc.html

    There is also a tabedit section there as well.

    There is also a song of...
  5. Thread: Bubinga

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    Re: Bubinga

    Flat top back and sides!
  6. Re: Sourcing Custom Trapeze Tailpieces (Archtop Guitar Style)

    Would not that be the responsibility of the builder?
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    Re: Modern F4 options?

    Skip is a great guy to talk to and makes a killer mandolin.
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    Re: Modern F4 options?

    I may be wrong but I believe that most modern oval holed makers use an X-brace rather than tone bars or the single old style brace.
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    Re: Modern F4 options?

    +1 for Girouard, I would also add Sawchyn..

    https://www.sawchyn.com/index.php/mandolins/traditional-mandolins/119-o-2-mandolins

    NFI
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    Re: Mandolins as a work of art

    Only if you mount it in a large picture frame with a hidden wood chipper in the bottom. :whistling:


    But in all seriousness, yes, I do consider them works of art. Far more so than toilets hung on...
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    Re: Washburn tenor guitar

    According to the book "Washburn-Prewar Instrument Styles" by Hubert Pleijsier, the"bell" shape was introduced in 1925 in ukulele, two guitars, a large Hawaiian guitar and tiple. No mandolins or tenor...
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    Re: Cafe Classified

    A solution in search of a problem.
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    Re: Total Newbee looking for info

    Mandolessons.com.....

    https://www.youtube.com/c/MandoLessons
  14. Re: So nice to hear and see these guys playing together again.

    No,no, your explanation was very helpful and solved my problem. Thank you.

    I was just pointing out that thread to ajh because I thought it might help him also.

    Thanks for posting this video, I...
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    Re: Building the carved top Army Navy AN

    So you are using a face joint for the neck set. Is epoxy necessary? Would not Titebond work as well with the barrel bolt?
  16. Re: So nice to hear and see these guys playing together again.

    I had the same problem a little while ago...

    https://www.mandolincafe.com/forum/threads/157892-How-come-I-can-no-longer-embed-videos
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    Re: I want to build a mandolin...

    Stew-Mac also sells a set of A style plans.....
    ...
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    Re: To be or not to be (a bluegrass player)

    Big enough to house a dog.
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    Re: To be or not to be (a bluegrass player)

    93%?
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    Re: To be or not to be (a bluegrass player)

    No, I am not a Bluegrass mandolin picker but I play one on TV. ;)
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    Re: OT-ish: fiddle pickin' ?

    "Mad Fingers Pizzicato".....


    vLjaS26xRro
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    Re: Hey dude, ya forgot the pickups!

    Here it is: with 'neodymium' magnets, whatever they are.

    They are "rare earth" magnates, they have a very strong magnetic field. If they were on top of the pickguard they could pull the strings...
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    Re: What style am I hearing in my head?

    Cosmic Bronycore Nitzhonot? :whistling:
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    Re: Pine, what a tone

    Happy birthday Allen!
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    Re: Pine, what a tone

    Very nice! But what the heck type of frets are those?! Looks like they are almost inlayed or something. :confused:
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