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    This is for everybody

    I think you'll like this one Vaughn.
    http://www.wimp.com/falllove/
    Best regards,
    Toni

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    Starts off with Carmen - one of my favorite arias!
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    Larry needs one of those hats for the next time he is working for the grinder organ.
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    Very cool, what's that instrument she's playing? 8 strings? too big for a mandolin...

    I want to make one...

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    Looks like a ukulele on steroids. She is good though. The guy sitting on the floor on the right side sure is having a good time. Mebbe too much ouzo?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brent Dowell View Post
    Very cool, what's that instrument she's playing? 8 strings? too big for a mandolin...

    I want to make one...
    I'm glad you asked that, 'cause I was wondering, too.
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    I believe that it's an Octave Mandolin.

    http://www.amazon.com/Johnson-MA-550.../dp/B00328HVAO

    That's some great playing Toni...thanks for sharing!

    Might be a Bouzouki as well, body is mostly the difference.

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    Awesome that girl can play
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darren Wright View Post
    I believe that it's an Octave Mandolin.

    http://www.amazon.com/Johnson-MA-550.../dp/B00328HVAO

    That's some great playing Toni...thanks for sharing!

    Might be a Bouzouki as well, body is mostly the difference.

    http://www.gypsysmusic.com/products.html

    Looks to small for a bouzouki, from the pics, but it might be an octave mandolin?

    That's exactly what I need. The strings on a regular mando and too close for my stubby fingers...

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    WOW! She can play!
    Here is one of my favorite:

    http://video.google.com/videoplay?do...6870638076087#
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