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Discussion in 'BBG Questions' started by david moon, Nov 30, 2016.

  1. steve w

    steve w Nottinghamshire, UK

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    This thread is referring to BGU not BBG.
     
  2. Cornfield

    Cornfield Blues Newbie

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    Got it. My bad.
     
  3. david moon

    david moon Attempting the Blues

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    that sig is impressive- a 1927 Martin? Pretty cool. Is there such a thing as a resonator mandolin?
     
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  4. Cornfield

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    https://www.mandolincafe.com/forum/...ng-vs-Johnson-vs-Republic-Resonator-Mandolins This thread should give you some insight into resonator mandolins. Mine is pretty big and I bought it mostly so I can tell the joke "You don't need a big Johnson to play the mandolin, but it helps"

    The 1927 Martin 2-18 tenor guitar would be a lot more impressive and expensive if it were a 6 string. It does sound nice. That is a very small guitar, almost Terz size.
     
  5. MikeS

    MikeS Moderator... Another Man In Black.
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    True, but it's usually BBG People that are interested in the next step... BGU.
     
  6. steve w

    steve w Nottinghamshire, UK

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    My post was only referring to Cornfields post of "I’m confused. I just got an email announcing the new v2 of BBG and the manual copyright says 2019 This thread says v2 came out in 16." not the whole topic itself. Cornfield thought this thread was saying v2 of BBG came out in 2016.
     
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