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    There's some pretty wonderful stuff on here. For instance:

    Soliver arm rested and Tone-Garded Northfield Model M with D’Addario NB 11.5-41, picked with a Wegen Bluegrass 1.4

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    That was cool. I liked that.

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    Yes some pretty cool stuff for sure. Been checking that out for the last couple of weeks.

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    Did Ronnie do some split string stuff there? On the G string?

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    Such wonderful but different sounds from those mandolins. Hoss's neck looks so much wider than the Gil. If'n I was forced to choose one, it would be the Gil, but with regrets.

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    I'm in agreement on most of that, except which instrument I would personally choose - no shade on dan in va, just different tastes and perceptions and likes.

    I'd choose Hoss because I'm a total sucker for that wide neck with the block inlays, it has always looked to me like the Les Paul of mandolins. Mojo galore. The tone can be in-your-face, or it can whisper.
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    Very nice.
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    Tim O joined Sam for an incredible "Land's End" this past Friday. Epic version. Had to get the mandolin out and try to learn this tune one more time.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iRZQvvmVZgw

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Grieser View Post
    Tim O joined Sam for an incredible "Land's End" this past Friday. Epic version. Had to get the mandolin out and try to learn this tune one more time.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iRZQvvmVZgw

    Yes epic. One of my favorite tunes. Pleasant surprise to see this posted. Those two doing Land's End, classic. Now, back to work on it. . .

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