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    Re: Old Time Jams in southwest Florida

    A nice small group of OT players meets at Nokomis Beach pavillion (near Venice) every Thurs.3:30. You'll find more info on meetup.com
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    Re: Dust In a Baggie Billy Strings and Don Julin

    I got that same version as bigsky. Here's a thought...sometimes I have to tab out parts for instruments other than mandolin for my beginner slow jam and I use tabedit and put in whatever part I do...
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    Re: On-line guitar lesson suggestions

    I love Banjo Ben for bluegrass mando, banjo and guitar and membership gives you access to all three. He's an excellent instructor and the videos and supporting material, play along etc and very well...
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    Re: Tied notes in TablEdit - How?

    Thanks for this last post. I was just tabbing out a piece of music and was wondering why I couldn't get a tie in some places but could get them in others. Now I realize that the places it didn't work...
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    Re: Love Bluegrass but....

    B381, that was lovely! Thank you. I'm a bluegrasser but I'm definitely in the slo-jam circle.
  6. Thread: BG jam

    by Bunnyf
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    Re: BG jam

    I'm most comfortable on guitar first and mandolin second, but was wondering what tuning might fit in best sonically on TG.
  7. Thread: BG jam

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    BG jam

    what tuning do you think works best in a BG jam? I know it's not a traditional BG instrument but the jam I go to already has plenty of guitars and better mandolin players. I'd like to bring my tenor...
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    Re: String Tension Calculations

    on just strings, it didn't show back of pack, just described content, this is what threw me off182193
    thanks for the correct info

    i used D'add website calculator and also got weirdly low t for...
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    Re: String Tension Calculations

    what's weird is that I got those of 14 and 12 for the 22 and 32 right off the product description, and something similar when i used the string tension calculator.
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    Re: String Tension Calculations

    My confusion is that sets like D'add J66, for ex. are 10, 14, 22, 32 (a commonly recommended light set) has tension 23, 19, 14, 12, respectively. So, what am I not understanding when they say you are...
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    String Tension Calculations

    I'm looking for strings for my "new" old tenor guitar. It's a '36, so I want to keep the tension low and use cgda tuning. I will probably tune down 1/2 step.

    My question is this..I read that you...
  12. Re: What under $1200 used tenors would you look at?

    Charley, I did!

    It was way under my budget and in pristine condition except for a bit of shrinkage on the pick guard. I like the scale and the neck and most importantly, the sound. The neck was...
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    I see it also changed to local pickup only
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    That Martin looks very nice. Too bad it doesn't have a "make offer" option on it. I sold my Pono for $800 and didn't want to have to kick in much more than a few hundred to replace it, especially...
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    oh well, if it's meant to be, it's meant to be
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    funny, i just saw that kalamazoo pop up on ebay too. It's 3+ hrs away. He also has it on CL, but for $1200, which I thought was odd cuz usually you'd expect it to be less sold locally (no...
  17. What under $1200 used tenors would you look at?

    I'm looking for a nice used tenor in the 1K vicinity but not sure what direction I should go in. I had a Pono but disliked the wide nut. I'm used to the closer spacing of mando and guitar. i play...
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    Re: i love playing mandolin

    Fell in love with mandolin a few years back and just love it for learning melody. I keep a soprano uke in mandolin tuning for quiet mando practice.
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    Re: tenor uke to mandolin tuning

    The slightly longer scale will make fretting some chords harder but the soprano uke makes a decent mandouke. I use one as a quieter practice "mando".
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    Re: How to learn by ear

    Just finished watching the video and am doing very similar training myself. I haven't used the slow dower apps (I do know that youtube has a free slowdown feature built right into the video playback,...
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    Re: How to learn by ear

    Thank you, Pete! I always look forward to your new videos and often rewatch old ones. I get so much out of them. I've been working on ear training for a while now and can't wait to see your take on...
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    Re: Tenor Guitar Tunebook (CGDA) updated

    Will, thank you so much for the tab! Might I ask you, what app are you using to write your score? It's one of the very few that I am able to read easily with my not so good eyes.
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    Re: High Quality Short Scale Tenor Guitar?

    I'd also put a wtb ad on ukulele underground forum. There are a fair amount of ukers who get interested in short scale tenor guitars. In fact, it was a UU poster who tipped me off to the ad here on...
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    Re: High Quality Short Scale Tenor Guitar?

    I have a Pono steel string short scale (21.5") tenor guitar that I'm happy with. solid wood- spruce top and solid rosewood s&b. I think they are about 1k new. Got mine right here on MC used for $600...
  25. Thread: Jam etiquette

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    Re: Jam etiquette

    sblock, thanks for the tips. I do try to follow the guitarist if I can see one and they are not playing up the neck. I also, noodle for a bit (quietly) to get the key. I haven't tried looking at...
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