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    I have been invited to be a vendor at a local bluegrass festival, but don't have any banjo or mandaline patterns. I am looking for patterns of these two instruments and more guitar (not electric) patterns. Any body got any like this? Or suggestions on where to find them. I have been to the usual places.

    Thanks
    Norm

    Don't let your memories be greater than your dreams.

  • #2
    There are some guitar ornament patterns at Steve Good's site.
    http://stevedgo.ipower.com/cat/
    and look in the musical section too.
    Pacifism is great, as long as everyone is participating.



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    • #3
      You might try selling small boxes for picks, etc. You can find guitar, mandolin, fiddle, banjo, bass, etc. silhouettes for inlay on your favorite search engine.

      If you like wordart, banjo jokes could be a goldmine.

      --Rob

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      • #4
        Hello ABlade, here is an acoustic Mandoline. You can find everything else you wanted here Bens Scroll Saw
        Good Luck, can't wait to see a picture of the things you are taking
        Russell
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        • #5
          Thanks for these great suggestions. I was just on Steve Good's site and saw several guitar patterns. I like the ideas and will look into them.

          Thanks again,
          Norm

          Don't let your memories be greater than your dreams.

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