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    Re: Finders Keepers

    Oh, yeah, I've seen a bunch of those. Also, there are "worst band promo photos." :disbelief: But if you need a pick-me-up after all that, look up "funny country song titles." :))
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    Re: Finders Keepers

    Here ya go!

    /-oaVcBQ1lWc

    In fact, we address the above issue (somewhat) in the introduction to this song: "If you miss us, you're losers weepers." :grin:

    This is the third song of the set,...
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    Re: Finders Keepers

    I think it would be really sad if a band called itself "Losers Weepers." :crying: I mean, life - and a musical career - can be sad enough without any help, but naming your musical endeavor something...
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    Re: Finders Keepers

    Nope! :)) But I do. :disbelief: No, I don't. That's the name of the duo. We don't have a song by that name in our repertoire. Yet ... :whistling:
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    Re: Finders Keepers

    Announcing the world debut of Finders Keepers, my duo with absolutely fabulous Patti Rothberg. We'll be playing a heady, eclectic mix of originals and covers - rock, folk, blues, and pop - with...
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    Re: Ry Cooder 1970 mandolin video

    Yeah, that's the studio version, regardless of the visuals. A transformative piece of music for me - first time I'd heard mandolin played with that much strength, variety, and imagination, and rarely...
  7. Re: Dose anyone know anything about this mandolin or its value

    Good to hear from you! Glad you took our joshing in stride. Just so you know, it just can't be a Gibson. That scroll coming to a point is not Gibson style. There are plenty other aspects as well, as...
  8. Re: Dose anyone know anything about this mandolin or its value

    Oh, no worries. You have a right to your opinion, as do we all, and it's good to b e reminded now and then to mind what we say, because it's easy enough to get carried away with the repartée. We can...
  9. Re: Dose anyone know anything about this mandolin or its value

    Yes, autocorrect. Meant to include that in my rant. Relying on these apps way too much leads to ... OK, I'm repeating myself. :whistling: I love that "auto-incorrect." Sadly, too true. ;)
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    I don't think the misspellings we see so often these days are caused by illiteracy as much as a sort of sloppiness bred by an overwhelming tendency to text quickly. Which is something I don't...
  11. Re: Dose anyone know anything about this mandolin or its value

    While I agree that is a good approach, I disagree with the assertion that we've been inordinately demeaning in our assessments. I think we have concentrated on the instrument in our fun-making and...
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    Re: Dealing with pokey string ends?

    Seems to me I nearly always get poked during the changing process, but never afterward. Bending the ends down is the key (regardless of what some folks have come up with as alternative methods) -...
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    Re: LIVE Unboxing of Gibson Mandolins

    Aha! Missed that. My bad. :redface: Probably too busy ogling that Fern. ;) Thanks for the correction. Though now the debate will continue ... :whistling:



    The mandolin carved by Orville Gibson...
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    Re: LIVE Unboxing of Gibson Mandolins

    Very cool! :cool: Thanks for sharing. The fellow is pretty enthusiastic, eh? As well he should be. ;)

    The F9 was fine. But then he brought out the F5G, with that lovely gloss finish and stunning...
  15. Re: Comments on the Value of Gibson A4 Mandolin with hard case

    That sure is a purty one! I'd be interested myself, but I got a 1916 just a year and a half ago. Re: price ... I paid $1650, with OHSC, but it was through an online auction, so there were fees and...
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    Re: Happy Birthday Spud Boy

    Well, now, lookit them cosmic cowboys cavortin'! :mandosmiley: Oh, to be a fly on the wall at one of these sessions! Or in this context, a potato bug. ;)
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    Re: Dealing with pokey string ends?

    I push them down with the tip of my needle-nose pliers, which I would have at the ready because that's what I use to snip the strings. If I'm feeling ambitious I might grap the pokey bit and bend it...
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    Re: You Never Can Tell

    Yes, well ... I didn't want to spend a lot of time on such a search, and I kept seeing those low-rent one-image videos, and I wanted to avoid anything with "Pulp Fiction" as being distracting - not...
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    Re: You Never Can Tell

    Nice take on this classic. You capture the light, bright bounce that Chuck had in his version. I think people forget that, and tend to do it the way they would any other Chuck Berry song, with a...
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    Re: Ever wonder?

    Absolutely! Exactly! I understood it, though, as I've seen similar occurrences. It seems most people outside of the acoustic music community (ie, the vast majority), when confronted with a fretted...
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    Re: Ever wonder?

    Yes, indeed. There's also Red Molly in Richard Thompson's "1952 Vincent Black Lightning." :cool:

    Here's Red Molly with Richard Thompson's "1952 Vincent Black Lightning."

    AQ0vPGUS6DE

    Now, as...
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    Re: Is this really a Gibson?

    Hmmm ... With that in mind, even though I've been saying it's still a Gibson, or more than half a one - the body being the important half - I see where the seller says the luthier carved the top...
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    Re: Is this really a Gibson?

    Ask Gene Wilder. ;) Oh, wait. Can't do that anymore. Or can we? :confused: Could he have been re-animated? :confused:
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    Re: Is this really a Gibson?

    I'm with you on that. It's still Grandfather's ax. Or hatchet, if you prefer. ;) Replace the body with the body of another Gibson, it's still a Gibson; it's that model. (Sort of.) Replace the body...
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    Re: Is this really a Gibson?

    Well, neither the seller nor the luthier denies the neck has been replaced. I'm no expert in these matters, but I'd like to believe that the body being made by Gibson makes it a Gibson - modified...
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