Mike Marshall's Arpeggio Workout for Mandolin
By Mandolin Cafe
March 18, 2011 - 9:00 am
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Mike Marshall's Arpeggio Workout for Mandolin from Homespun
Homespun has announced the availability of Mike Marshall's Arpeggio Workout For Mandolin, his third DVD from them, available from Homespun's Instant Access Downloads from the Mandolin Cafe.
This unique lesson, an interactive play-along session, is designed to improve tonality and improvisation skills for all mandolin players and includes a back-up band to help you hone your licks and solos.
Priced at $24.95 as an Instant Access Download.
The Instant Access Music Instruction Delivery System allows users to search for, purchase and then download from Homespun's massive educational collection of music instruction 24/7 using easy-to-use software acquired from the Mandolin Cafe web site for the user's PC or Macintosh.
The Mandolin Cafe was the first site on the web to partner with Homespun Music Instruction to offer their new Instant Access Music Instruction Delivery System, previously available only through the Homespun web site.
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March 29, 2011 09:39 AM
Purchased this and watched last night. Mike does a great job of translating arpeggio knowledge to something we can all use in real life playing. Even if you know your theory I found this to be a great "refresher" course and also gets me thinking about using these techniques in useful ways and will hopefully break me out of a rut or two. Mike , Adam Traum and Jim Kerwin lay down different tasty grooves to try out Mike's ideas.
An added bonus:
During the backing tracks Mike plays a treasure trove of of lead and rhythm chops that can be mined for many ideas.
Captions and labeling thoughtfully placed. Mike's Loar is miked very nicely seeming to show it's actual tone very well. Jim's bass playing is tight! Backing tracks very "musical". A minor quibble... at times the spoken word is mastered too low compared to the music.
April 12, 2011 02:35 PM
Quote from Perry: "A minor quibble... at times the spoken word is mastered too low compared to the music." End Quote
I find that to be the case with ALOT of instructional videos!