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    Re: 10-15 Minute Theory Practice

    Wow, I just noticed the bottom row that switches to the guitar, mandola and bass! My suggestion would be to color the triad notes for visibility and if you have anoter week of spare time :)) make...
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    Re: "Playing the circle of fifths"

    The visuals can be a useful tool to help us understand the audibles. Here's chromatic circles showing the modes.

    https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/2/2c/Modes.svg
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    Re: Help - Monroe's Kentucky Mandolin

    Yet again it's a personal arrangement.
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    Re: "Playing the circle of fifths"

    O.K. Jim tell me another song with the chord progression of HEY JOE.
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    Re: "Playing the circle of fifths"

    Now we both agree about the practice of rock adding a bVII chord for the Mixolydian feel in hundreds of rock songs E.g. about every AC/DC song.
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    Re: "Playing the circle of fifths"

    Hmmm, HEY JOE is an anomaly, I sure wouldn't base any blank statement around that song.
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    Re: "Playing the circle of fifths"

    Start Looking at songs with multiple chords and look for snippets of this progression around the circle in fourths.
    B E A D G C F Bb Eb Ab Db Gb
  8. Re: Tag at the end of lines in Mansion for me

    Here it is.
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    Re: Help - Monroe's Kentucky Mandolin

    The only thing correct in that video is the key! Here's my PDF of how Bill plays it.
  10. Re: Play with backup tracks, sing with mp3s. Looking for new sour

    The monotonous bass drives me crazy on the apps. I like to make a TABLEDIT file and export a MIDI into APPLE LOGIC PRO and finally to very tempo I use TRANSCRIBE!
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    Re: Chords to notes? How?

    Here are the 6 possible shapes working off of the root.
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    Re: Learning songs by ear

    Learn to play bass first, it's a lot easier to hear and is the foundation of what's being done with the chords and melody.
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    Re: Metamora Mandolin Gathering

    Thanks again John for the ticket!
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    Re: Jethro Tull (unplugged)

    IMO the mando is lost in the mix, get on the upper strings for this one.
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    Re: What does this notation mean?

    On the original recording it is obvious that there is a different chord on every word of TAKE A SAD SONG, here's my four chords C F/C C7 C7sus
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    Re: Improvising

    Here's a lick in A Major that uses 6 of the possible 12, what does anyone think, hear, feel.....when you play it?

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    Re: Improvising

    As Don says in #53 Listen to each interval, stopping at each one. Inventory what feeling, vibe or effect each note yields. A 6th, for example may sound happy or swingy, a 2nd or 9th consonant but...
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    Re: How to play harmony

    visual

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  19. Re: Tip: Replacing Book Bindings with Spiral Bindings

    I love this thing, it's built like a tank! (done 100's of books)

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  20. Re: Can Anyone Shed Light on this Fiddle Embellishment?

    mp3

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    IMO no rasp from bow changing direction just a light bouncing in one direction
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    I hear grace notes from above and below and ricochet bowing with immediate vibratos.
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    Re: "Daughters" by John Mayer

    You're welcome Bob, good luck.
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    Re: "Daughters" by John Mayer

    here's the chords to the bridge, they all have a d note in them except A7 when he sings the word "much" (C#), that's the easiest

    Am/D Gm/D D D
    DM7 A7 Bm7add11 Bm7add11
    Em9 Em9 D/F# D/F#...
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