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    Thanks for the music Trini Lopez!

    Just learned that Trinidad Lopez III passed away on August 11, from complications due to Covid-19. Trini brought songs like Lemon Tree and If I had a Hammer to the masses, with a steady rhythmic...
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    Re: Doubt about a banjo for Bluegrass

    Love that clip that Charles E. posted above. I haven't tried that tuning, but frequently pick a few tunes like Rebecca or Daybreak in Dixie on my tenor guitar tuned CGDA.

    Scott
  3. Re: Rough and ready ... quick and dirty, electric conversion.

    Very Shapely Fox. Love the layered look as well. I seldom pass up a build thread, especially when there are new approaches to be seen.

    Scott
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    Re: Gretsch 6127 4 String Duo Jet Tenor Guitar

    Sweet! The case is pretty yummy as well. Honey, does this tweed case make me look fat?

    Scott
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    Re: 2020 Tenor Guitar Gathering

    Nice to see that the word got out early for the 2020 event! I hope to attend and spend a few days along the Columbia River. Thank you for posting M.

    Scott
  6. Re: Old Silky and John Lawlor cover "Way Down in the Hole" @ TGG

    Great clip, thanks for posting. Hope to make it to the TGG one of these days.

    Scott
  7. Re: TGG 10 - John Lawlor plays and sings “Potato Chips” 07/12/20

    Thanks for posting... would love to see any other clips from this years TGG.

    Scott
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    Re: mandolin orange in SLO

    Sounds like a great show for sure. I reckon Andrew will get good use of that 'un.

    Scott
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    Re: Disappointed with the Nashville music scene

    Even in Nashville bluegrass is a niche market just like everywhere else. But from my trip in 2016, it seems that the Sunday nite open jam at the Station Inn is very grassy.

    Scott
  10. Thread: Ellis A5?

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    Re: Ellis A5?

    Doug, you will get so much more out of the process if you will make the journey to a fine instrument dealer and try the Ellis, Northfield, Kimball, Sorenson, Heiden, Collings, or other great builds...
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    Re: Joe Crookston and Peter Glanville

    Thanks for posting that Cornfield. Great vocal harmonies and guitar counterpoint.

    Scott
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    Re: Southern Twang and Building Licks

    Kellie, It would be ever so much more fun if you would point us to a sample or clip or to a particular artist/song showing us what you mean by twang, then perhaps we could offer some suggestions....
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    Re: My 1940 Kalamazoo "Oriole"

    Nicely turned out! I love the slightly bigger guard on that shape. Like a mini-jumbo thang. Please post us a sound clip if you can!

    Scott
  14. Re: SWEET GEORGIA BROWN chord melody...from Aaron Weinstein

    Dynamite Aaron! Thanks for sharing this.

    Scott
  15. Poll: Re: Grammys Cede Best Bluegrass Album pick to Mandolin Cafe

    It's all good.. but I gotta give the nod to Michael Cleveland. He's a fireball for sure!

    Scott
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    Re: Nava Archtop Mandolin

    Looking good Gary!

    Scott
  17. Re: Bob Dylan 2016 Nobel Lecture in Literature - NMC

    Thanks for posting this Jacob. I think the difficulty of grasping the meaning of the Committee bestowing the Nobel Prize on his work was what he was expressing. Would anyone really expect Bob or...
  18. Re: Question for those who've buffed out a satin finish.....

    Jill-
    I buffed out my satin Pava A model, as after a very few days the satin was going shiny where my fingers made contact above the treble F-hole and around the neck. I liked the satin look just...
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    Re: Helpful inlay advice

    Made the same mistake while checking out the back of a shallow cave. I was sure it was a rattler and banged my head on the low ceiling.

    Scott
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    Re: Voight mandolin lesson series

    Nice concept Dan. I have heard angling/tilting the pick forward described a few different ways. Filming from the pickers perspective really showed how this affects the mechanics of picking both the...
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    Re: Passernig #49 Update

    Congrats Don! Killer chop for sure. Lot's of pop in the single note stuff. To my ears it sounds just like the Passernig A-style that was on the sound clips on Fiddlers Green, Austin Tx website. That...
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    Re: New Tenor in the making.

    Looks great, and I am looking forward to hearing your sound clip. I had a friend who had a 1960s era Fender acoustic flat-top guitar that had a tube running through it in similar fashion. Can't...
  23. Re: taking one of Matt Flinners summer intensive classes-some ?

    Go for it! I have taken two jazz, two bluegrass and two Summer Intensive classes from Matt, and all were great learning experiences. Love the structure and interaction of the weekly lesson and...
  24. Re: Suggest a tenor guitar to string as octave mandolin please

    That is a smokin' deal! May it serve you long and well. My new BR-40T and CG-1511 case arrived on the 12th from Amazon. I have been having a ball with it!

    Scott
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    Re: I Can't Give You Anything But Love

    Nice arrangement, I'll have to give this one a try.

    Scott
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