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    Re: Question about Collings mandolins

    You have a great budget to acquire a tremendous mandolin. Your plan to travel and shop in the best places will give you the chance to find your lifelong instrument. Take your time and enjoy the...
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    Re: Question about Collings mandolins

    I have owned two Collings MT mandolins. They were both excellent in every facet: fit and finish, playability and tone! You are on the right track. If Loar is what you like and can afford, you will...
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    Re: My mandolin got eaten by a Stratocaster.

    Hi Chuck, It is hard to beat the Deluxe Twin amp with 22 potent watts! I have played one and it was amazing! I listed those I could barely move and afford. I guess I would say my realistic dream...
  4. Re: Get Well Soon Dennis! (Owner of The Mandolin Store)

    So thankful for your news, Dennis. It is alarming to have a fever like that after your transplants and not find out why. I can only imagine, but am glad that they investigated everything as...
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    Re: My mandolin got eaten by a Stratocaster.

    These Ibanez's are absolutely the real deal. I have owned a couple and loved them. (I get what you mean about the archtop and its similarities to acoustic guitars, and yet their ability to go...
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    Re: NMD - Stradolin

    I saw that one posted and thought, “Now that is a great Stradolin!” Great looking woods on that one. It must sound terrific. Congratulations to you, Eric!
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    Re: NMD - Skip Kelley two-point

    What a great looking and sounding mandolin! Wow!! Played so well, too. Thanks for sharing and congratulations to you, Mitch!
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    Re: My mandolin got eaten by a Stratocaster.

    That is one of my two favorite high quality, portable tube amps for gigging. The Blues Jr and Peavey Classic 30 are my two favorites. I hope you continue to enjoy it! I was a bit shocked by the...
  9. Re: Has everyone seen the new Bluegrass Unlimited?

    Yes, I am a subscriber and agree that it is quite an upgrade in graphics, materials and print quality. The content is as good if not better than ever. Really a nice upgrade, and professional look...
  10. Love my Weber and hope they can bring production...

    Love my Weber and hope they can bring production back at the end of a short year.
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    Re: Mandolin Orange is now Watchhouse

    This is such a wonderful song and video. The lyrics are so meaningful and touch on the things that the world has been going through so well. The mandolin aspect is sweet and the vocal harmony is...
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    Re: My mandolin got eaten by a Stratocaster.

    Caleb, I am with you, brother! I bought a new Epiphone Casino (hollow body with P90's) recently and I love it. Epiphone makes really good quality electric guitars. I have owned several and the Les...
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    Re: Girouard F5 Ensemble

    That sounds amazing! Good for you. Do have a wonderful NMD, to come!
  14. Re: Hinged tailpiece cover on a Red Diamond mandolin

    That is interesting, Charles! And if you’ve never seen it, I know it’s rare! Dan
  15. Really wonderful sound and talent!

    Really wonderful sound and talent!
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    Re: Looking for suggestions

    She has quite the sense of humor, David! :))
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    Re: McClung Armrest

    I am looking forward to my new curly maple McClung that Doug is sending me soon! It is going on my Weber Diamondback. Thanks Hill Country Stringworks!
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    Re: Kentucky KM-1500 (Amazing Deal)

    Scotty, What a great price for a top tier Kentucky! Great reputation with those KM1500’s. Way to go!
  19. Re: How to Keep a Headstock Tuner from Damaging Your Instrument

    Aw, Thanks Sherry! I love my mandolins! There are many, many better, but I have what I need and enjoy. I just want to improve my playing every day. The more I play, the more I want to learn.
  20. Re: Get Well Soon Dennis! (Owner of The Mandolin Store)

    I am joining everyone on this thread in praying for Dennis and his family. He is a wonderful gentleman and dear to so many. I just want him to know I too care and wish him a return to full health. ...
  21. Re: How to Keep a Headstock Tuner from Damaging Your Instrument

    Hi Sherry, I appreciated the topic and it made me think. My Pava has varnish finish and I noticed a tiny mark that my Peterson had made on the back of the headstock. Like Journeybear said, it was...
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    Re: Mapes Strings

    I hadn’t heard of Mapes. Makes me wanna try some! Thanks for the post!
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    Re: A4 serial number discrepancy ?

    Journeybear, I appreciate this explanation since I have a 1912 and gave my son a 1913. I am going to study this a bit more from your answer. Thank you.
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    Re: Lakota mandolin straps

    I have enjoyed several Lakota straps but no stretching issues.
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    Re: NMD: NOS Kentucky

    rnjl, I love Kentucky's and I would encourage you to join the Kentucky players owners group I started several years ago. I am not a current owner, but I am big fan and I love your NOS A5. It is...
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