Loving my Weber SE W100!
Transferred a Tone Gard from my Eastman MD504 to my RedLine Traveler as an experiment. The RedLine was loud before this addition, but now sounds like it's amped. Wow!
A little early morning mando.
Too durn quiet around here.
Early morning, strumming my Gretsch Park Avenue.
Mandolin-and-guitar duets get a fair amount of attention. Has anyone flipped the script and explored mandola and tenor guitar?
Gotta say, I've never seen or heard this combination. Could be a wide-open opportunity for fame and fortune.
This is going to have to be my ticket to riches. I knew I should have patented that whole chocolate-and-peanut-butter idea!
Keeping it moving... Without the spam, or whatever...
As with most bar and grill conversations, I don't know that the numbers mean anything. It's a good place for random mando thoughts and postings...
For example, my local library subscribes to Freegal. This week, after thinking I owned every Butch Baldassari disc, I discovered that Freegal had many tracks I was simply not aware of. It may have every recording from Butch Baldassari ever, from his solo mandolin albums to those where he backed someone else up. I am stoked.
Random bar and grill thought: It seems the mandola gets no respect.
"Time flies like an arrow. Fruit flies like a banana." - Groucho Marx
'Weber Yellowstone F Mandolin' 13 days
'Superior Oblong Mandolin Case' 13 days
'Bizarre mandolin-banjo' 24 days
'Crossing the Cumberlands II' 35 days
'BLACK A4' 38 days