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  1. Peter Ostroushko and Danny Gotham. 10/18/2007

    if you have the time, this is worth just playing in the background if you are doing house work or something,



    What a perfect moment captured in time
  2. Newspeak - released today by Andrew Collins

    Enjoy.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z7lb_ncsiVg&t=16s
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    10 Finnish folk songs

    Here are 10 new arrangements of Finnish folksongs I made and recorded last summer. Compared to my previous work, here is a little new technique that could be described as melody + bass over the...
  4. Craig Wilson WA-5 "Griffith Loar Tribute" mandolin....she's mine!

    I just acquired the above mentioned mandolin, and it's an outstanding instrument, punching FAR above it's weight in tone, volume and overall fit and finish. I'll try to post some pictures and video...
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    Northfield 4th Gen F5

    This post is mainly just to give some love to Northfield’s 4th Gens. Ordered one last March and I received 4th gen #34 in the mail a few days ago and man I’m just blown away by this thing.

    I had...
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    A new mandola

    A newly strung up mandola, 16.5" scale made from spruce and Australian blackwood. An audio sample and I apologise for my playing.

    https://soundcloud.com/graham-mcdonald-4/legs-mazurka-1

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  7. Found some autographed Bluegrass vinyl at my local store today!

    Just thought I'd share this really cool find at my local music store here in Charleston (Monster Music). All of the Osbourne Brothers band members and also Bill Monroe! What a cool find!
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    Re: post a video of yourself

    Ordale Waltz. This is a beautiful Shetland waltz I just had the pleasure of learning. Thanks for listen!:mandosmiley:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4U371gNWVzk
  9. Thread: Griffith Loar

    by ajh
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    Re: Griffith Loar

    Don't know if this has been posted before but this seems like an appropriate place.....

    https://girouardmandolins.wordpress.com/the-griffith-project/
  10. Thread: Griffith Loar

    by EvanElk
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    Griffith Loar

    Got to play the Griffith Loar last night. Not too bad 196226
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    Cape Breton mandolin (1976)

    Here are a couple of pieces recorded by the Celtic Studies scholar and Cape Breton fiddler, John Shaw, et al. Shaw's notes imply that relatives of one musician were playing Cape Breton music on...
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    Re: Post a picture of what's on your bench?

    A second of the D'Aquisto inspired mandolins. I was at a meeting the other week and the table in the meeting room was veneered in Blackheart sassafras, a timber only found in Tasmania, it it struck...
  13. Little Italy - my first composition for guitar and mandolin)

    Hi everyone!! I am a composer and guitarist, and just recently started studying mandolin).
    This is now one of my favourite instruments. And I'm glad I found this forum.
    Let me share the first song...
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    Re: New Northfield A5 special coming my way

    Well it finally arrived around 10 this morning. Opened it up about an hour or so ago and am so enjoying this new sound for me. Obviously a little bit louder and fuller with greater bass response and...
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    A couple of new mandolins

    A couple of recently completed mandolins. They are both based on Lyon and Healy mandolins of a century or so ago. The first is a flat back with a Brazilian rosewood body, recycled from a mandola I...
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    New Northfield A5 special coming my way

    Hi all,
    I am so excited to be finally getting a new mandolin after playing my trusty Collings basic MT for about 11 years now.

    A little backstory: almost 5 months ago I bought a used Northfield...
  17. Re: Tear drop or pear-shaped A style--what's your preference?

    So I thought about this question. Maybe thought about it too much.

    My preference is for the more Gibsonesque shape.

    I thought long and hard about why that was, and to avoid hijacking this...
  18. Re: Tear drop or pear-shaped A style--what's your preference?

    I don’t have a preference, though I’m thankful to own one of each. My Hester A5 is part of the former camp, a tribute to the legendary Mrs. Griffith Loar A5:

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    Meanwhile, my Passernig A5...
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    Andy Statman Bought A Loar F5!

    A couple of weeks ago Andy Statman made the move and purchased a Lloyd Loar F5 from Larry Wexer (wexerguitars.com) in New York City. His father purchased a Loar for him when he was a teenager, but...
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    Re: Post a picture of your band!!

    Here is a photo of our family band, “Painted Trillium,” in our natural habitat: the Maryland Renaissance Festival.

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    Need a new mandolin? Can't beat these prices!

    Saw this in a museum the other day. Think it would work for price-matching?

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  22. Huzzah! New Mando Day! Kentucky KM-272 from The Mandolin Store!

    Nothing like unboxing a new instrument...

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    Even though I tend to prefer F-style mandolins with f-holes, I was...
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    First Time StewMac Kit Builder Thankyou!

    Hi All!

    I am on the tail end of my first build (from a stew mac kit) and I finally made an account so I could pop in to thank this community for all their help. Lurking and searching on this...
  24. Article: Bluegrass Pride Month Celebration - an Interview with C.

    You can view the page at https://www.mandolincafe.com/forum/content/778-Bluegrass-Pride-Month-Celebration-an-Interview-with-C-J-Lewandowski-of-the-Po-Ramblin-Boys
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  25. Re: Were Regal Octofones the first mass-produced octave mandolins

    You might be able to do it through the sound hole if you're really creative about the clamping. But the deeper braces are really hard to get to.
    If I ever have to open mine up, I'll want to re-do...
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