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    For what? Besides fighting gum disease?
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    A bunch of stuff with four strings

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    I would guess for use as a quill type pick
    "It's comparable to playing a cheese slicer."
    --M. Stillion

    "Bargain instruments are no bargains if you can't play them"
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    For olives in your martini?
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    A bunch of stuff with four strings

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    Default Re: Stimudent

    I’m due to see my dentist next Tuesday. I’ll ask her if she knows anything about mandolins.

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    Surely they are essential when picking a new, difficult tune that you are struggling to get your teeth into?
    I'm playing all the right notes, but not necessarily in the right order. - Eric Morecambe

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    Us mandolin players are known for our sparkling white teeth and fresh breath. You won't find this kind of helpful advice on the banjo forums.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hudmister View Post
    Us mandolin players are known for our sparkling white teeth and fresh breath. You won't find this kind of helpful advice on the banjo forums.
    Now, now, banjo players are known for their sparkling white tooth.

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