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  1. Thread: Strap Locks

    by Bunnyf
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    Re: Strap Locks

    I use a Bailey strap and it’s leather toggle attachment is very secure on the end pin jack, even with the narrower channel. For my other straps I like the rubber washers. You can get Fenders version...
  2. Thread: TI strings

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    Re: TI strings

    I’m liking the TIs on my mando but I’m getting a little buzz on my treble side D string. I have very low action and didn’t want to do any permanent fiddling with the nut slot, so I put a little bit...
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    Re: Tabs driving me nuts

    strum from low to high together if they are on the same line, like double stops
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    Re: Tab writing apps

    I’m not a computer person at all. I have learned to use a tablet to keep my music together and organized out of necessity. I play with too many different folks to cart all the various arrangements...
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    Re: Tab writing apps

    I think I might spring for the tef pad app for my ipad. It’s only $6 but it has in-app purchases(undisclosed cost). I hope it’s not one of those things where what you get for the basic program is...
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    Re: Tab writing apps

    JL, I am going to check out the web version. I only have an iPad, no computer. The app store had only subscription versions. I will investigate further cuz free would be ever so nice. Thanks again.
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    Re: Tab writing apps

    JL277z, nice tutorial and tab was way easier for me when font was made bigger. I wish it wasn’t a monthly/yearly subscription.

    Mark G, in the meantime I got me a nice sharp pencil, cuz like you I...
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    Re: Tab writing apps

    Yes, I would print them, otherwise it’s dizzying and impractical on my ipad. It especially gets confusing with all the other instrument lines, to keep track of your spot. I would need a compose/ edit...
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    Re: Tab writing apps

    All good ideas and you got me thinking. I do like how Tabledit program generates its own music. That is nice for practicing and easier than finding a backing track. i like the idea of printing it out...
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    Re: Looking for wooden strap button

    Iluak makes lovely buttons in a variety of different woods and finishes. Nice leather washer. Has abalone or MOP dots available as an added ornamentation if you like. No screw shows on either the...
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    Re: Tab writing apps

    I’ve used the tef viewer and while it might be fun for some to follow along with the notes and the music and be able to change speed, I find it awfully distracting to follow the moving chart but...
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    Re: Tab writing apps

    My take is that the “view” is just reading and I have that but “pad” is writing. It just seems more complicated than I need. I just want to put numbers on lines.
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    Re: Tab writing apps

    I put Tabledit into the search bar in the app store and TEFpad came up. Is that what I’m looking for? Please excuse my computer ignorance.
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    Re: Tab writing apps

    I’m only looking for something for my own use. I’d like to tab out some simple melody lines with just a few passing tones and licks, then be able to just keep going at ‘em ‘til they are memorized and...
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    Tab writing apps

    I did a search but couldnít find much info. Iím wondering what apps folks are using to write out tab. I can read standard notation but can transpose quicker with tab. Iíd like to write up some...
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    Re: What Happened to Brian's Huge Chord List?

    awww...I got that message too! I had it in my bookmarks. Loved that site.
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    Re: Converting guitar chords

    This is why Pickloser’s guide to double stops was sooo helpful to me. I can pick the melody out by ear and now that I know where all the double stop are, I can sprinkle them in, and I know what my...
  18. Re: A few neat exercises from Sierra Hull and Reverb

    Scotter, thanks so much. I’m already finding the first exercise helpful for getting me up the fretboard. I look forward to trying the second.
  19. Re: A few neat exercises from Sierra Hull and Reverb

    No, you are not alone. I’ve been following this thread, waiting for someone else to explain that second exercise. I even used the “slow downer” on youtube and just can’t tell. Not a good ear yet and...
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    Re: Fingerboard Diagram

    I’m at the point with Pickloser’s guide that wherever I am, I know many double stops. Now I just have to be able to know where I am.
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    Re: Fingerboard Diagram

    I love, love, love Pickloser’s guide to double stops! It’s been my bedtime reading every night, for a while now. I, too, am in the process of trying to internalize the fretboard, mentally and...
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    Re: Mandolin Set Up Ebook and Mandolin Users

    Thank you Rob! I got a used ‘09 American Breedlove A last year and it was already nicely set-up, so I tucked your ebook away for future reference. Well, I changed my D’ad med to TI flatwound lights...
  23. Thread: TI strings

    by Bunnyf
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    Re: TI strings

    Strings and beyond has 15% off TIs and free ship, comes in at under $40, just fyi
  24. Re: Do you bring your expensive mando to the bluegrass festival?

    I would take what I wanted but definitely carry it with me. Trailers are easy to see when you’re not home and notoriously easy to break into. Furthermore, speaking from experience, it can get hot in...
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    Re: Old eyes, small tab

    Thanks to all who have offered suggestions. I looked for a bit before I made this post and got one good hit on a solitary Mel Bay book but was wondering what was out there. Since then I looked again...
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