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Old 02-11-2018, 02:42 AM
Wade Hampton Wade Hampton is offline
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Originally Posted by catt View Post
I owned two (or perhaps three, don't quite remember) MM mandolins, and one mandola. They're well made, bright sounding. Mike Dulak, builder, is a great guy - typically sent people half-a-dozen bridges of various heights, free of charge, to dial-in your action.

I don't think they're a particularly complex-sounding mandolin. A good basic pancake, however. I believe they're flat fingerboard.

I owned other pancakes - best of the bunch are the flatirons.
Catt's experiences with these are similar to mine. I actually own a couple, both of which I bought locally off Craigslist for not much money at all.

I met Mike Dulak at the 2001 Healdsburg Guitar Festival, where he was serving as an emcee and I gave a seminar. We ended up playing music late into the evening one night, and he was pretty fun to jam with.


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