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    Very unique sounding mandolin and excellent picking. Where there many of these made? Just wanted to share.

    Doug

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    There was only one made. We did not like it that much when it was new, but it has really developed! It went to First Quality in Louisville, ky. I have no idea where it went from there. We had planned on doing one in Walnut too, but never got it done.
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    Thank you very much for the reply. Nice to hear some history on this very interesting sounding mandolin.

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    what was the second tune he played after J. Ridge ?
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    (I wish I was in) Dixie Land
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    Like it!
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