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    Re: Tortoise shell pick alternative

    Easiest way to stay within the guidelines is to refrain from discussing the material. Best practice for anyone being a forum member is to read and understand the guidelines; there is a link in the...
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    Re: RIP Billy Joe Shaver

    RIP Billy Joe
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    Re: RIP Jerry Jeff Walker

    See the third verse of Hairy Ass Hillbillys
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    Mr. Torbert, thank you so much for taking a moment to post here and to share the awesome photos and information on your dad's career. I was sorry to hear of the loss. The images you shared are...
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    Re: RIP Jerry Jeff Walker

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2oDLK3ExTm8



    "What in the world can a poor boy do? Let his old Rambler roll ..."

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oCmm6hWBvgQ
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    Re: RIP Jerry Jeff Walker

    Like Ramblin' Jack Elliott, JJW played cowboy and sort of became one ... He considered himself a gypsy songster, I think. He really brought a down-home-country authenticity to his performances. When...
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    Re: Arlo Guthrie Retirement

    Glad to know Arlo is still around. Hope he has a lot of happiness in this latest era of his life.

    BTW, Arlo found a new passion in photography some years back, and Iíve enjoyed his images posted...
  8. Thread: Key of Bb

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    Re: Key of Bb

    In an actual tune or song in Bb you could encounter any number of chords "outside the key" - that is, chords other than Bb-Cm-Dm-Eb-F-Gm-Adim-Bb - there could be chord substitutions, especially in...
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    Re: RIP Jerry Jeff Walker

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CTraYM0WeLQ
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    Re: RIP Jerry Jeff Walker

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s69LBYHUdbQ
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    Re: RIP Jerry Jeff Walker

    The success of Mr. Bojangles was a great boon to JJW, and the NGDB version of Mr. Bojangles was a big influence on my own musical journey at the time, but his Viva Terlingua album had an even greater...
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    Re: Key of Bb

    Tom, in general, you would use the seven alphabet letters to name each chord in any key. So you will have 7 chords in the key named after the seven letters A - G, in alphabetical order.

    In a major...
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    Re: RIP Jerry Jeff Walker

    Sad news indeed. Farewell Buckaroo.
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    Re: Mandolin to DADGAD

    Wow, another very thorough explanation, thanks Caleb. In one video, Tony McManus made all the old slide blues and Dylan Blood On The Tracks tunes I play seem really boring. Now I want to do DADGAD...
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    Re: Mandolin to DADGAD

    That's right, I misspoke. (mis-typed? Definitely mis-thought).
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    Re: Mandolin to DADGAD

    Makes perfect sense, David, thanks for the explanation.
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    Re: Mandolin to DADGAD

    I guess I've answered my own question with a brief internet search, people who prefer DADGAD call it "modal D tuning" since the open chord is neither major nor minor, of course the chord is a sus4...
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    Re: Mandolin to DADGAD

    Like pops1 I have a small repertoire I do in open D tuning, and I have a question for all the DADGAD players, which is why is DADGAD tuning preferred by you guys instead of open D? (D-A-D-F#-A-D)? I...
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    Re: Advice on a Mandola?

    Interesting question, Rikker, would be a great topic maybe for its own thread. In a recent Mandolins & Beer episode with Walter Carter, Walter had some interesting insights about his preference for...
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    Re: Mandolin Heroes Podcast

    Made me want to find some more old stuff to listen to as well. I’ve got a decent Monroe library, but lacking in many others you mentioned. BTW, I was glad to hear mentioning Buck White! One of my...
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    Re: Help with musical notation and tabs

    Time flows across tablature same as it does in notation, John, so the F note you see tabbed is played first, followed by striking all three strings in the F shape with a percussive mute on the F...
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    Re: Ways Like A Crawfish

    Thanks Simon. The riffs were inspired by Bo’s recording, I couldn’t nail them like he does, but I spent time a few weeks ago trying to get what I could. I love his licks too! Tri-ple-ty stuff, the...
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    Re: A-strings constantly going out of tune

    Teflon won’t hurt, and it could help. I used the HF diamond files on mine, but could only work the tip on those slots - and I did from tuner side of the nut, where it doesn’t hurt (and can actually...
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    Re: Ways Like A Crawfish

    Thanks Alfons. I just recorded it on my iPhone. I used an old Windows program called Windows Moviemaker to add a title page, captions (for lyrics), and credits page, and uploaded it to YouTube.

    My...
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    Re: A-strings constantly going out of tune

    Sue, you've noticed that pressing the strings between tuners & nut does affect the pitch noticeably, per your post (#7) above. So, more than lubricant (graphite, etc.), what you really need is to...
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