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    Re: 1920/1930 Supertone Mandolin

    That button is below the message you are writing. Then click on the "Manage Attachments" button. That will be below the message you are typing after that. Look for the "Add Files" button in the upper...
  2. Re: Bourgeois Guitars getting into the mandolin business?

    It goes back a little farther.

    https://www.mandolincafe.com/forum/threads/147011-Bourgeois-Guitars-Partners-with-Eastman
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    Re: Gibson inlays

    If you count stamping the logo (name) on the back of the headstock Martin beat Gibson to it. The front I'll leave to Jim.
  4. Re: Can you tell about this mandolin please?

    That is indeed a banjo mandolin case. As much as you'd like to make it shiny and new looking Ray(T)'s suggestion of a damp, not wringing wet cloth is probably your best bet. No silicone waxes. If...
  5. Re: Can you tell about this mandolin please?

    Your second mandolin is a bowlback mandolin, apparently made in Italy. There are very few of them that have any real value. I'll let our resident bowlback extperts pronounce the value but the Gibson...
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    Re: My mysterious JBovier Knock-off

    Does it show up on the Zapruder tapes? You might be onto something here.
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    Re: My mysterious JBovier Knock-off

    There is a Texas based seller that has been active under two or three names for years that buys factory left overs from a family member in Korea. He's not in Dallas. A few of us purchased really nice...
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    Re: A5 build plans

    If you haven't seen it, Max and Laurie Girouard have been working on a Ms. Griffith copy and they have been posting the progress to a blog. It is interesting reading.

    The Griffith Project
  9. Re: Replacement tailpiece for a Gibson A 5 jr

    Yes, it's a mistake but I think we can overlook that on a first post. I do wish they had made an A-5 Jr though.
  10. Re: Replacement tailpiece for a Gibson A 5 jr

    They all look close, you could take a chance and see if it works. The size differences are small. The cover is generally the thing that is missing so you're better off if you have it.
  11. Re: Replacement tailpiece for a Gibson A 5 jr

    Here's one on eBay.

    Here is a base only. It may or may not fit your cover assuming you have one.

    Here's another on that's pretty rusty.

    Here's a cover only in rough shape. Things can be...
  12. Re: Replacement tailpiece for a Gibson A 5 jr

    I'm going to guess it's a Waverly Cloud tailpiece like the one in the picture. The good news is that same tailpiece was used for decades by all of the manufacturers from Gibson to Martin to Harmony...
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    Re: ZETA acoustic mandolin question

    The electronics are either side of the endpin in two separate compartments. It almost has to be for the neck. From the website:



    The preamp appears to be included in the jack compartment.
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    Re: Mandolin Café Milestones

    By the way, there's no "é" in MandolinCafe.
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    Re: Kelley A-V-5 advice needed

    If you have a question for the builder regarding the warranty then perhaps it might be best to take that up with him or perhaps the person you bought it from. There's no reason for this to continue...
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    Re: My mysterious JBovier Knock-off

    I'll be honest, I don't know why anyone would counterfeit an Ibanez let alone a JBovier but I'd be looking really hard at the factory where JBover mandolins are produced. That's a whole lot of...
  17. Re: Do great looking mandolins have to sound better?

    Bill Monroe's mandolin didn't look all that great. The back was a little mismatched and as the years went by it didn't get any newer. If you pay a bunch for a mandolin I'm of the opinion that it...
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    Re: Converting left hander to right

    People here have been converting them from righty to lefty for years. Other than the bridge saddle and the nut the only issue is that the dots on the top of the neck will be on the bottom. I'm with...
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    Re: Collings Headstock and string winders

    That's addressed in the post Allen.



    By filling the end you can't get close enough to the headstock to scratch it. The second alternative is to grind off the end and round it side to side to...
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    Re: Collings Headstock and string winders

    Probably the cheapest answer. Cut down a John Dunlop winder into a Jop winder. Fill the unit about half full of baking soda and drop in a few drops of CA (Superglue). Let it harden. The crank is...
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    Re: Kay F style Mandolin

    These were imported with lots of different brand names. The only connection that has to the American company is the name on the headstock. We have another thread here with A style Kay mandolins in it...
  22. Re: Is there a reason for the fretboard extension without frets ?

    It's simply a nod to tradition, nothing more nothing less.

    I scooped my Gibson years ago because of the pick click. It may be that the scoop isn't deep enough. Lots of people over the years have...
  23. Re: Rigel Mandolins not responding emails - tailpiece question

    By the way, there's some information here but I don't know if Gold Tone is still selling these.
  24. Re: Rigel Mandolins not responding emails - tailpiece question

    I didn't know Bill James made one like this. I've never seen it on his website.
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    Re: Mandolin Banjo?

    Nah, nobody cries when they cut up a mandolin banjo. The only problem I ever had with them was keeping them in tune.
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