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    Re: Mandola case in Australia.

    Sorry, Peter, I didn't call in at Mandolin Cafe for a while. We live at Casino, and love it here, though some find it fairly ordinary, it is well placed to enjoy all that the Northern Rivers area...
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    Re: benefit of upgrading / buying online

    We don't have much in the way of instruments available around here and over about two years I bought three instruments online - ukuleles and a Kentucky mandolin - with good names (lower budget) and...
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    Re: Can you play a real song?! Ugh!

    Great site, Paul, thankyou
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    Re: Mandola case in Australia.

    Peter, I have just looked at your Facebook page, and your glorious Mandola certainly deserves a better case than the humble one I've mentioned. I would have deleted my post if I could have seen how...
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    Re: Mandola case in Australia.

    Hi Peter
    If your mandola fits 90cm x 39.5 x 16, and a padded soft case with backstraps would be OK, Swamp in Canberra have a banjo soft case and very reasonable postage for online purchase. I...
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    I'm new here, but so far I click on "New Posts".
  7. Re: Just for a Chuckle-- Why don't people recognize a mandolin?

    I know a few people beginning mandolin around here.
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    Re: Does anyone think much of wooden picks?

    I have not seen wooden picks, but sounds like I'll be OK without them.
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    Re: More "Studies" on Practice vs Innate Ability

    Musicians who have the talent to play by ear have such an advantage. I see some people who always need music in front of them...... and at my newbie stage don't know whether I will ever be able to...
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