Hi Martyn -

  That is a bogus address.  Because anti-spam measures are really fierce these 
days
I have to send out many messages with a fake “From: “ address.  The real 
address is
in the “Reply=To:” filed which you may not see in your mail reader without 
asking
for all the headers.  Anthony’s real address is agno3ph...@yahoo.com 
<mailto:agno3ph...@yahoo.com>

  Wayne


> Begin forwarded message:
> 
> From: Martyn Hodgson <hodgsonmar...@cs.dartmouth.edu>
> Subject: [LUTE] Re: Re : Re: Loose frets
> Date: March 12, 2018 at 7:17:36 AM EDT
> To: Anthony Hind <agno3ph...@cs.dartmouth.edu>, John Lenti 
> <johnle...@hotmail.com>
> Cc: Lutelist Net <lute@cs.dartmouth.edu>
> Reply-To: Martyn Hodgson <hodgsonmar...@yahoo.co.uk>
> 
>   Dear Anthony,
>   Your email address agno3ph...@cs.dartmouth.edu bounces back (it didn't
>   use to)! Have you another for a personal communication?
>   Martyn
>     __________________________________________________________________
> 
>   From: Anthony Hind <agno3ph...@cs.dartmouth.edu>
>   To: John Lenti <johnle...@hotmail.com>
>   Cc: Lutelist Net <lute@cs.dartmouth.edu>
>   Sent: Monday, 12 March 2018, 10:15
>   Subject: [LUTE] Re : Re: Loose frets
>     A very good tip, John, as is the idea of pre-wetting the fret
>   material.
>     I wish I had thought of that these last few years, suffering from
>     severely slipping frets in similar changing conditions. However, as I
>     had resorted to a nylgut chanterelle, which quickly frays gut frets,
>   I
>     decided to try Mimmo's new synthetic fret material. This has only
>   been
>     on my lute for a few weeks, so I can't report on durability; however,
>   I
>     can say that, as expected, this material is not effected by humidity,
>     but also less expectedly, it seems slightly softer than modern gut
>     (therefore, presumably not from Nylgut, as has been suggested). This
>     would have the advantage of not damaging gut strings, as reportedly
>     nylgut frets would do; but the possible disadvantage of making
>   stopped
>     strings sound very slightly softer (but less so, I would judge, than
>     the much softer sounding double gut frets, with which I do have
>     experience, and appreciated for their greater durability). In spite
>   of
>     their slippery surface, with the knot advised for them by Mimmo, they
>     do seem to slip far less than gut frets.
>     Regards
>     Anthony
>     [1]Sent from Yahoo Mail for iPhone
>     Le lundi, mars 12, 2018, 8:13 AM, John Lenti
>   <[1]johnle...@hotmail.com> a
>     Ã ©crit :
>       I'm a little reluctant to share something that might seem almost
>       immoral, but what the hell, I make my living playing the lute and I
>     tie
>       a lot of frets, so I'll chip in here: when I go, as I do almost
>     weekly,
>       from my home in Seattle, where the weather is always perfect for
>       gut-strung-and-fretted instruments, to a place like the mountains
>   of
>       Montana or the desert of Tucson and the humidity is 1% and my frets
>       (usually it's 1, 5, and 6 on my main touring instrument) start
>     slipping
>       and sliding around, and I don't feel like re-fretting, I tape them
>     down
>       with masking tape.
>       Sent from [1]Mail for Windows 10
> 
>   __________________________________________________________________
>       From: [2][2]lute-...@cs.dartmouth.edu
>   <[3][3]lute-...@cs.dartmouth.edu> on
>     behalf
>       of howard posner <[4][4]howardpos...@ca.rr.com>
>       Sent: Friday, March 9, 2018 9:01:32 AM
>       To: [5][5]lute@cs.dartmouth.edu
>       Subject: [LUTE] Re: Loose frets
>> On Mar 9, 2018, at 8:12 AM, John Mardinly
>     <[6][6]john.mardi...@asu.edu>
>       wrote:
>> 
>> My frets never come loose and they have not worn out yet. They
>   are
>> metal.
>       I want to know how you tied them on in the first place.  You must
>     have
>       really strong fingers.
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