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    Re: Red Allen and Frank Wakefield

    Seeing the old posts revived always makes me smile. There's so much history on the Cafe, both in terms of the topics discussed and the people posting whose name we don't see anymore.
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    Re: First song of our new band - Woodspell

    I really enjoyed that. Thanks for sharing.
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    Re: Funny How Time Slips Away - Mandolin

    Wow! I really, really enjoyed that. Great job and thanks for sharing it.
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    Re: Tab for "By the Mark"

    To access the tab, open the video in YouTube (not the embedded version on the Cafe). The tab is linked in the video description when you open it in YouTube.
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    Re: App for Writing Notation

    That IS great. Now that Apple has the Apple Pencil, maybe an iOS version will be released in the future.
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    You Don't Have To Move That Mountain

    What's the general consensus on the chords to You Don't Have To Move That Mountain by Nickel Creek? The song goes by Great High Mountain when Larry Sparks does it.

    Below is how I have typically...
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    Re: Paying $5,000 sight unseen for a Givens F-5

    I know that there are Givens mandolins made by R.L. Givens (the original Givens of Givens mandolins) and there are 'Givens Legacy' mandolins in which another builder or two builds Givens mandolins...
  8. Re: Just picked up a Buckeye, would like to know other Buckeye ow

    Johnny Staats played (or maybe still plays) a Buckeye. Always heard great things.
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    Re: Resource for Lyrics

    Their gear on CafePress is also pretty good:
    http://www.cafepress.com/profile/3927939

    Jason
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    Re: Ways to sneak a mandolin in the house ?

    I'll add that you can have instruments shipped to a UPS Store for $5. Among the benefits are that it won't be sitting outside your house all day, as soon as it's delivered you can leave work to go...
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    Re: Andy Statman's Kimble F5

    I couldn't own that mandolin because it would take away one of my favorite excuses. If I played that mandolin I would no doubt still sound terrible and then I could only blame my poor skills. Now...
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    I think Tim O'Brien does a great job of playing the mandolin melodically, without picking the individual notes or the melody. It's something I need to spend the time to study.
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    Re: Happy Birthday Scott Tichenor!

    Happy Birthday, Scott. Thank you for keeping house in this corner of the internet.

    Jason
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    Re: Minty Early 70s F-12 on Ebay (NFI)

    That's an interesting Fleur de Lis on the headstock. Was that the design used on all F12s? Was it only on F12s?

    Thanks for the education.

    Jason
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    Re: Good Luthier in the Indianapolis, IN area?

    For someone who specifically does mandolins, you could try Bruce Taggart in Nashville, IN.

    Here's his phone number

    Jason
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    Re: Lloyd Loar Book?

    Thanks to SternArt for providing the name of the event.

    The Cafe has a page devoted to the panel discussion
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    Not to be too sentimental but in our disposable world, it's great to have something like an instrument that will be passed to future generations.
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    Re: What's up at Gibson Mandolins?

    Every time I interact with Dave Harvey - either in person at an event like IBMA or via something like the Cafe - the interaction leaves me wanting to buy a Gibson. No brand has a better ambassador....
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    Re: Lloyd Loar Book?

    I'm not sure if anyone remembers this (or even better, has a link) but there was at one time a panel discussion about Lloyd Loar and it was fascinating. I believe Roger Siminoff was a panelist...
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    Re: Michigan and Mandolins

    Michigan also has Mike Kemnitzer (Nugget).

    I worked in Dearborn for a number of years and I drove over to Elderly for lessons. It was a long drive but it provided a great excuse to go to Elderly.
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    Johnny Staats - Time Moves On

    I just noticed that Johnny Staats has a new release called Time Moves On.

    His earlier release Wires & Wood was one of the reasons I started - trying - to learn the mandolin.

    Not sure if this...
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    Re: Tab or Notation for Roanoke?

    You can find several tabs for Roanoke on Mandozine

    Also, there are two versions on The Cafe

    Hope this helps
    Jason
  23. Re: Looking for Michael Patton's book of Manx music

    I'm not sure how effective this would be, but it appears he has a listing on LinkedIn
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    Re: IV F5 Kit finally done

    That color is great. You have built one more than hacks like me who just think about it. Congratulations!
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    Re: John Duffey's Playing Style

    Reading Mandolin World News from 1981, the author writes, "When asked how he prepares for a mandolin solo, he [John Duffey] replied, 'It gets worse if I think about t. I can only remember having to...
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