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  1. Re: Stan Jay, Pioneer of Vintage Instrument Fame Fighting For His

    This is heartbreaking, I haven't been able to make it down there for the past few years so I had no idea. I wish Stan's family the best.
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    Re: Excited again abount Eastman's Dawgs

    I'd bet we'll probably see the Dawg playing one of these out at a show or something. I remember when he endorsed Kentucky he would play them out on occasion as well. Then maybe we could get a good...
  3. Sticky: Re: Invitation for users to use their real name

    Hi Scott,

    Go ahead and change me as well. My name has been under all of my posts for years anyways. Thanks...
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    Thanks for keeping it going all these years...

    Thanks for keeping it going all these years...
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    Don't miss it if you live around here. Two Frank...

    Don't miss it if you live around here. Two Frank Wakefield sets and a workshop in one day. Can't beat that... See y'all up there...
  6. So far it was Friday night at Greyfox starting...

    So far it was Friday night at Greyfox starting out with David Grisman then into the Del McCoury Band and finally Tim O'Brien and the Stringdusters. I have a sneaky suspicion that the highlight is...
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    My wife is fine with me playing and all kinds of...

    My wife is fine with me playing and all kinds of music, except if I start trying to squeak one out on the fiddle...

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    Hi Fred, thanks for the kind words. We had a...

    Hi Fred, thanks for the kind words. We had a great time jamming with you guys on Thursday night as well. I was just doing some pickering with Troy and we were just talking about Thursday night....
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    Capitalizing off a great musicians name. I really...

    Capitalizing off a great musicians name. I really hope he's paid well for it.
  10. Thread: New f-5

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    I haven't logged in for quite awhile. But I just...

    I haven't logged in for quite awhile. But I just had to to say how beautiful your new mando is. It's excellent. Great color and shape! Take care...
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    Oh, I'd say it's gonna take a lot more than...

    Oh, I'd say it's gonna take a lot more than knowing html or Dreamweaver.
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    Hi there, does anybody happen to have a picture...

    Hi there, does anybody happen to have a picture of the Bill Monroe "Master of Bluegrass" album? I'd like to add it to my iTunes artwork if possible. Thanks!
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    Awesome work Gail!

    Awesome work Gail!
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    Can we get some closer shots of the headstock?

    Can we get some closer shots of the headstock?
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    Hi all, I just arrived back from Troy's shop. I...

    Hi all, I just arrived back from Troy's shop. I played this new F5 and man it really sounds absolutely perfect right out off the bench. Since I've known Troy this is the first F5 of his I've had the...
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    Drink up and Go Home

    Drink up and Go Home
  17. There's definitely some difference between...

    There's definitely some difference between manufacturers. You can see it in the loop-end where it's twisted. You can often tell the difference of them there. The tinny sound you may be hearing could...
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    I second the Doc and Dawg video, I own it as...

    I second the Doc and Dawg video, I own it as well. Great playing and great sound. It can be ordered at http://www.acousticdisc.com , enjoy...
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    I think that bluegrass definitely exists without...

    I think that bluegrass definitely exists without the high lonesome singing as well. Although, I personally like the high lonesome sound quite a bit especially Bill Monroe. It is an acquired taste...
  20. The sad thing is that they are pretty much...

    The sad thing is that they are pretty much identical with the exception of inlay etc... I found that some of the 90s F5s scream. But what Danny said, "the gibson" being on the headstock raises the...
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    I had one of those way back and the tuners were...

    I had one of those way back and the tuners were not schallers or grovers. They're some weird low-quality tuning machines. I second replacing them. Grovers can be had from stew-macs for around $50 if...
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    Happy hannukkah from Philip the gentile...

    Happy hannukkah from Philip the gentile...
  23. That's a bummer I'm stuck way up here in NY....

    That's a bummer I'm stuck way up here in NY. Sounds like it's going to be a tremendous event.
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    What John said, but in my experience the korean...

    What John said, but in my experience the korean made mandolins of which I believe the Jethro Burns model is often has uneven frets. This is just my assumption however your instrument may just need...
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    John, sorry for your loss, you and your daughter...

    John, sorry for your loss, you and your daughter will be in our thoughts and prayers.
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