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  1. Re: What are some good "Guitar Body Octave Mandolin makers out th

    I amaze even myself at times. LOL.
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    189912

    This is about as good as it gets
  3. Re: C.J. Lewandowski has been diagnosed with COVID-19

    Hendrik

    The link that Scott provided to Facebook states that he is recovering at home.

    Here it is again: https://www.facebook.com/sandra.day.146/posts/10159318916691424
  4. Re: Campanella, Red Diamond, Northfield, Collings experience

    The back is made from wood Bill bought on a trip to Italy. I believe it was set aside by the wood reseller as wood for violins. Collings had a limited number of sets. Somewhere there is a gorgeous...
  5. Re: Campanella, Red Diamond, Northfield, Collings experience

    I waited two years for that Collings to be built. Bill picked that wood for me. I ended up trading it for a Campanella! LOL. (But I will admit, while I was waiting for the Collings to be built I...
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    Re: Sierra Hull has a Patreon!

    It gets old fast, as do the online streaming sessions, unless like the Kruger Brothers you develop a format, invest in some technology and it turns into an event on folks weekly calendars. Some...
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    Re: “Banjo killer”? Wishful thinking?

    The only instrument that will kill a banjo or a fiddle (possibly both at the same time) is a set of bagpipes.
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    Re: Kimble two point reviews?

    Yes
  9. Re: Microphone recommends for home studio recording?

    That's a good audio interface. So if you have more than one input, why not consider a pair of NT5's?
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  10. Re: Microphone recommends for home studio recording?

    Warm Audio has some really nice mics out on the market. I have heard good things about this one: ...
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    Re: Cafe User: Br1ck

    He’s over on the Acoustic Guitar Forum
  12. Re: Ideas for what could be rattling on Mandolin!

    Your tailpiece cover is most likely the culprit. It’s metal on metal. Try playing it with the cover open. If there’s no rattle, check the washers that are under the cover. You might also try...
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    Re: Online Lessons With Andy Statman?

    Do you need to even ask?????
  14. Re: Playing a collings - what would an "upgrade" really get me?

    The loudest mandolin I own is a Collings MT2v with a carpathian spruce top. It is louder than the Duff F5 I had, with my torrified MT2v as a close second. I took it to a lesson the day after I...
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    Re: Hard Times Bluegrass Festival

    Check out the Workshops tab off the main Cafe page. Lots of camps going virtual, including Fiddle Hell, Southwest Mandolin Camp, Portal Irish Festival (featuring Marla Fibish), etc. While I miss...
  16. Re: I released an album of English and Irish folk songs on bouzou

    Lovely, Ian!
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    Re: Should Bryan Kimsey scallop my guitar?

    Consumer laws vary state to state. You’d be surprised at what some states have embedded in their commercial code to protect their citizens. I’ve learned one thing in life, never say never.
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    Re: Should Bryan Kimsey scallop my guitar?

    I’ve seen some very poorly modified Martins over the last 25 years, done by a variety of well known individuals. Some with bubbled tops, swollen bellies, caved in tops, oversized bridges, etc. I...
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    Re: Celtic Mandolin Builders

    Nigel worked for Stefan for over a decade.
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    Re: Irish tenor banjo

    Rolled brass
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    Re: Looking to upgrade from first, but Eastman?

    Northfield Calhoun, which is an oval hole might be a better choice. Better build quality, better sound. Try looking through the Classifieds, and on the Mandolin Store's website.
  22. Re: APM cancels Live From Here amid other layoffs and cuts

    I think this has more to do with public funding (remember when PBS and other public funded organizations took at hit ten years back?) than with audiences and social distancing. Many states are going...
  23. Re: Open Back / Old Time Banjos - Comparisons to Mando Builders

    There are a lot of great builders in the banjo world. Pisgah, by the way also owns Balsam Banjo works which makes the hardware for a lot of builders. I’m not sure I’d liken them to Weber, because...
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    Re: Irish tenor banjo

    Actually, I prefer the 17 fret, shorter scale. I have found that there are a lot of great banjos being made by people you have never even heard of, and probably never will. But many of them will...
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    Re: Waterloo Mandolin Released

    I have a short clip I made this morning. I have a dog who is a picky eater, so I’ve taken to playing for her while she eats. When she asks for a candelabra I’m going to have to put my foot down.
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