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  1. Thread: For John Prine

    by jasona
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    Re: For John Prine

    :(
  2. Holding out for salt n vinegar

    Holding out for salt n vinegar
  3. Thread: For John Prine

    by jasona
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    Re: For John Prine

    Report from his family this morning was that John is showing improvement today.

    e. Just saw a message from his wife that clarifies that "stable" doesn't mean "improving". Its still very serious
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    Re: is an arm rest a benefit to technique ?

    I like my Doug Edward's armrest for how it helps my right hand float free. I also use a Tone guard, but mostly to help keep my A style mandolin still and in the correct position. I also like finger...
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    Re: Happy 75th Birthday Today, David Grisman!

    Happy Birthday Dawg! Picked my poor version of Japan tonight, and even with me playing it it sure sounds great!
  6. Re: Article: A Foundational Thing: Bluegrass and Beyond with Andr

    Great interview Cary. Nice to hear what Andrew has been up to!
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    Re: Who has just one?

    same
  8. Re: Article: Collings MT2 Cremona Sunburst Finish Giveaway

    I look forward to hearing you on that mandolin Kyle! Congrats!
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    Re: Show Off Your Silverangels

    Here's a pic of my A5, #6 signed by Laura Ratcliff. It has a tighter, more midranged tone than the dark tone typical of Silverangels. I will work on getting as true a recording of it as I can when I...
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    Re: Show Off Your Silverangels

    There is a Silverangel social group, doesn't get a huge amount of traffic but there are pics and discussions that might help you out :D
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    Re: Instruments, Cost & the Placebo Effect

    When I first visited this thread, the text that read "First listen to the Dudenbostel" went to the video of him playing the Loar, and vice versa. Seems fixed now.

    Yep.
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    Re: 2018 Winter NAMM Show

    Next year you will need to check out King Taco.
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    Re: Instruments, Cost & the Placebo Effect

    You did note that he mixed the videos and mandolins mentioned right?
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    Re: Instruments, Cost & the Placebo Effect

    If you are happy with how your mandolin sounds just learn how to play it.

    When you hear a mandolin that knocks your socks off, then you are ready to upgrade. Before that IMO its wasted money....
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    Re: 2018 Winter NAMM Show

    This here is one thing I miss terribly not living in SoCal anymore. Just try and find a decent carne asada in Calgary.
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    Re: McClung Armrests

    Good luck to you in retirement Doug!
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    Re: Visit to Fiddler's Green..

    "Accidentally" :D
  18. Thread: Red Spruce Tops

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    Re: Red Spruce Tops

    Don't worry about the wood so much. If it sounds good to you, it is! Try a bunch, find what you like, get it, then play the heck out if it!

    What about the 1500 did you not like, just out of...
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    Re: Share your 2018 mandolin challenges.

    Be able to pick simple tunes out of the air on the fly.

    Develop improvisational skills.

    Learn 100 new tunes.

    Start studying jazz
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    Re: Bill Monroe's toaster on eBay

    Now on the other hand, if it was a haunted toaster of Bill Monroe,
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    Re: Bill Monroe's toaster on eBay

    People do the craziest things. Like sell, and buy, the toasters of the rich and or famous.

    It being Bluegrass I'm guessing famous.
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    Re: DAWG picks. YES, they work

    I like Dawgs when I have to practice but keep things quiet, but I prefer a point in my pick. I have been using ProPlecs but a recent lesson has slightly changed the angle I attack the strings and for...
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    Eighth of January

    Almost forgot to play it today! Fortunately it was "almost" :mandosmiley:
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    Re: Arch Top Oval Hole Mandos; Feed my MAS

    With pickup see if you can find an old Rigel.

    I would desperately love a Coombe or Baird but those can be spendy
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    Re: Another thread comparing 3 mandos

    1 then 2, both sounded line oval holes, 2 a tubby Gibson sound.

    3 was not to my tastes :)
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