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    Re: Old Settlers

    Got here Monday. Usually some music in our area in Banjo.
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    Re: Shure sm57

    !!!!![/QUOTE]
    To get the SM81 into a "mini recorder" mentioned just before the adaptor comment, you *might* need both a battery-powered phantom power bump in the cable as well as an XLR to 3.5mm...
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    Re: Zenison

    Somebody buy one and give us a review on YouTube.

    Could be from the Rogue factory ($156 for f-style at Amazon), using even cheaper materials, like the sandalwood back and sides? I'm guessing a...
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    Re: mandolin with violin music

    You can take usually anything written or transcribed for 2 violins and put a couple of 'C' instruments like 2 mandolins or 2 flutes, or mix them up, and give it a go. A quick search shows this looks...
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    Re: Shure sm57

    I've hesitated to weigh in because I've never performed live with a mandolin, but I have recorded a good number of acoustic open mics with all kinds of instruments and performers. When the OP wrote...
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    Re: Apollo Mike Marshall picks

    I don't really have any update from what I posted initially. I never thought I'd buy a pick this expensive, and probably expressed that verbally more than once, but just ordered another one.
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    Re: Mazas 12 Little Duets #1 Rondo

    Thanks for listening and commenting! Sifting through some of the takes (just left the Zoom running): here's the Andante from that same duet. (We let the tempo get away a bit, and dynamics are still a...
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    Re: JJB pickup choice for cittern

    No idea, but it might be helpful to have a good "blueprint" of how the bridge and strings cross over the area behind the X, and if there's a backing plate (as with steel-string guitars) so you have...
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    Re: China mandolin supply

    I'm kind of wondering what's in those ships, but mandolins probably aren't what most folks are interested in.

    It feels like, based on browsing, that the lower end of the supply has eased up some,...
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    Mazas 12 Little Duets #1 Rondo

    Our son stopped by for a week+ of working from our home (a break from his NYC apartment), and brought his mando along with some easy duets. We didn't get much time, and my reading skills suck, but we...
  11. Re: Suggestions for types strings and a mandolin

    Eastman probably has the narrowest spec for width at the nut (1 3/32Ē) in current production that youíd find new (below $1k). Whether that neck would be easier or not is a different matter. You might...
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    Re: Strap Button Washer

    ACE Hardware has a good supply. I posted one a while back.
    https://www.mandolincafe.com/forum/threads/155001-Lakota-mandolin-straps?p=1831031&viewfull=1#post1831031
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    Re: Cost for refret

    If you put on new frets at the nut end, and don't at least shim the nut, so much new [fret] material is filed away it's kind of pointless. And, if the frets have been dressed even once, it's probably...
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    Re: Loars at Carterís

    At some point, things enter what is essentially a collectors/antiquities kind of market, and pricing has absolutely nothing to do with their value as a musical instrument.

    Talking about a apples...
  15. Re: ArtistWorks discount - What do you think?

    Does the Unsubscribe link at the bottom not work? (Possible the sale to TF included a mailing list that wasn't scrubbed...)
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    Re: Punch brothers

    I had skipped over this until now. Heard the count-off in 5, and thought, WHAT? CT puts Norman Blake and Dave Brubeck in a blender and hits "pulse" a couple times... (I just love this version, even...
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    Re: What's up with that truss rod?

    Belated follow-up but our son arrived for a visit today and brought his 310F. I was wrong that it was a hex nut because, as the poster discovered, it needs an Allen wrench. This one is 4mm, and...
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    Re: Thile using an SM57 mic

    It's an SM57. There's a couple spots where you can see the name/logo, and they do have a cardioid pattern on them, too.

    196670
  19. Re: ArtistWorks discount - What do you think?

    Not much different than any other service you sign up for anymore, or at least most of them, from my experience.

    But, if you pay with PayPal, they also record the auto-renewal and let you know...
  20. Re: ArtistWorks discount - What do you think?

    So the "deal" that was wiggled in front of my nose (and I bit) was $100 off + $10 (really - supposed to make me feel special?) because I was a current subscriber. I didn't have until Black Friday or...
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    Re: Ookpik Waltz- Chris Thile

    Spelled Rodgers on the CD sleeve. (I'm quick to notice how that name is spelled, right or wrong, as it turns out!)
  22. Re: ArtistWorks discount - What do you think?

    I didnít see it going lower and so I caved just last week - a bit over a month before my (6mo) subscription expires.

    Maybe if I held out Iíd have gotten lucky, but for me, even in my ďdonít buy...
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    Re: Tax Day Cometh

    I think the issue here is that they will report your sales (income) activity to the IRS over a certain level.
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    Re: Tax Day Cometh

    Each state's legal threshold might be different, but that doesn't necessarily mean the vendors are using those in their decision whether to tax sales. I'd guess some may simply decide, i.e., once...
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    Re: Apollo Mike Marshall picks

    The [MM] monogram and Apollo [lyre] logo are both lightly etched into the pick. Definitely tactile, but the overall pick is polished, though not slippery in my fingers, at least.

    My very...
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