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    Re: Battle of Evermore

    I seem to recall that Jimmy Page wrote “The Battle of Evermore” on a Martin A that John Paul Jones had picked up, and such mandolins are both made of solid wood and occasionally available around your...
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    Re: Looking for Luthier, Florida

    Ross Teigen is over in Hawthorne near Gainesville:

    https://collecti.one/posts/ross-teigen-teigen-guitars
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    Re: Finally built one for myself

    How much? ;)
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    Re: Compulsive purchase- Flatiron 1N

    Andy Poe also sold an Alrite . . . once!

    193959
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    Re: Compulsive purchase- Flatiron 1N

    Welcome back to this old thread!
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    Re: Bridge location on an A5 build

    Adrian, do you have any opinions on why this seemingly suboptimal bridge placement seems to work so well acoustically? Mrs. Griffith has a lot of fans, and not simply because sheís the only Loar A5,...
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    Re: I Like This Pick... But What Is It?

    It looks to me like my EML casein pick.
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    Re: Unsigned Loar on Reveb

    Bill Halsey had a thoughtful post on this subject:

    https://www.mandolincafe.com/forum/threads/20576-Vintage-Gibson-Finishes
  9. Re: Will I Notice A Difference? Gibson 1917 vs 1922-34

    Did the Juniors ever have adjustable truss rods? I was under the impression that they didn’t, even in the Loar era.
  10. Re: Why did Gibson return to Paddleheads after Snakeheads?

    https://www.mandolincafe.com/forum/threads/143398-Gibson-Teens-Serial-Numbers?p=1708021&highlight=Ferris#post1708021
  11. Re: Why did Gibson return to Paddleheads after Snakeheads?

    I’m not trying to start an argument. I made a statement, you expressed doubt, and I asked a question. It seems to me that it’s incumbent upon you to produce numbers.

    My understanding is that the...
  12. Re: Why did Gibson return to Paddleheads after Snakeheads?

    How many oval hole mandolins would you estimate that they sold during those 4-5 years?
  13. Re: Why did Gibson return to Paddleheads after Snakeheads?

    Some believe so. I just think that the snakehead is an easy visual cue for all of the other ďadvancementsĒ (e.g. adjustable bridge, adjustable truss rod, more narrow neck profile, etc.) associated...
  14. Re: Open Back / Old Time Banjos - Comparisons to Mando Builders

    I actually saw that sold listing when checking out Will’s website after hearing him on an episode of the Get Up in the Cool podcast. He was really impressive as a musician and thoughtful as a...
  15. Re: Why did Gibson return to Paddleheads after Snakeheads?

    If you are willing to accept some inspired guesswork in lieu of definitive truth, Iíd suspect two reasons:

    1) Gibson was using up old stock after the collapse of the mandolin craze, and there were...
  16. Re: Open Back / Old Time Banjos - Comparisons to Mando Builders

    How about this one?

    https://themusicemporium.com/products/rickard-custom-spunover-dobson-11-banjo
  17. Re: Will I Notice A Difference? Gibson 1917 vs 1922-34

    So, here are my answers:



    The introduction of the truss rod in that era allowed for more narrow “modern” neck profiles.



    I have read from luthiers I’d trust to know that graduations of...
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    Re: Collings Vs. Northfield Vs. Kelley

    Iíd buy the Kelley. Besides the fact that Iím drawn to the work of independent builders, and Skip is a heckuva nice guy here on the Cafe, a used instrument should already have the depreciation taken...
  19. Re: Open Back / Old Time Banjos - Comparisons to Mando Builders

    Iím resurrecting this thread which Iíve looked at so much over the last year and this post in particular. If Rickard is the Bill Collings of the banjo world, might Chuck Ogsbury of OME be the...
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    Re: Blue Chip pick for oval hole mandolin

    I had one of those picks back when they were labeled Tremelo and liked it quite a bit on flattops ó very articulate ó but predictably ended up losing the clear thing never to be recovered. I...
  21. Re: Where can a classical/Italian player find a non-bowlback mand

    Elderly just listed one used: https://www.mandolincafe.com/ads/169020#169020
  22. Re: total noob but wanted real people's info on what to start wit

    If I’m not mistaken, I believe that Jimmy Page wrote “The Battle of Evermore” on a Martin A mandolin belonging to John Paul Jones, and such instruments are routinely available in your $600-1000...
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    Re: A style Kimble, Heiden or ...

    Hey Tyler! Thanks for following up with me here. You are correct that your response for some reason ended up in my spam folder, and I apologize if my post came off as unfair or critical.
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    Re: Collings, Northfield, Girouard

    Without being flippant, my immediate answer was "the used one." Mandolins are one of the few things in life that many people believe in quality as they depreciate in price. At the very least, I'd...
  25. Re: How has the mandolin changed your guitar playing?

    But it's a good one! So which one did you pick?
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