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    Re: Bill monroe - master of bluegrass

    Here ya go....
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    useful website chords and scales

    https://www.cs.cmu.edu/~scottd/chords_and_scales/music.html?q=&hide_instructions=0&root=8&accidentals=1

    have fun
  3. Re: Jordan Ramsey wins the mandolin competition at Winfield!

    Friends, thank you so much. It still feels like a dream. I'm sitting in the air conditioning at a Mexican restaurant in Winfield eating carnitas and trying to let it sink in. Those of you who know...
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    Re: How to practice with limited time...

    I think there's a lot to be absorbed by this series of articles: The Art and Science of Effective Practice.

    It's written for clawhammer banjo players, but the concepts apply across all...
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    Norman Blake and Mike Compton

    Live video on facebook in the studio right now, recording an album together. Finally!!
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    Re: Somewhere Over The Rainbow Tabs

    How about this:

    http://www.mandozine.com/music/search_results.php?searchfor=rainbow&tuneselectby=C&mandolevel=&category=&songkey=&artist=&transcriber=&sortby=T&sortorder=A&submit=
  7. Thread: Ry Cooder

    by Marcus CA
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    Re: Ry Cooder

    How about David Lindley (solo, with Wally Ingram, or with El Rayo X)? He also has played with Cooder occasionally over the years.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PVXJHknkpaI
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    Re: What is the Correct way to practice scales????

    Your going to love this: it depends.

    First of all. As long as you are practicing them its good. It would be even better if you sang or hummed along.

    I learned from a clarinet teacher many years...
  9. Great practice tool: Strum Machine (strummachine.com)

    I've started using a newly released site/app called Strum Machine (strummachine.com), which I really like. It provides automatic backing guitar rhythm (boom chuck) using recorded samples, in any key...
  10. The Pogues - If I Should Fall From Grace With God

    Working on this song and tabbed the mandolin part, if someone has a chance, may you please comment on accuracy?

    Thanks!

    Mike
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  11. drawing attention to : #23, Botanisten (The Botanist)

    I know its posted on the home page, but if you are not watching these, I think you would enjoy checking out this amazing mandolin performance.
    This is the type of music I enjoy on mandolin, hope to...
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    Barney Kessel jazz lessons

    This compilation of lesson parts is so well done it applies to the mandolin even though it's done on guitar. Barney Kessel was a superbe player, but what an excellent jazz teacher too. Thanks to...
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    Tim OBrien lesson

    I just discovered this excellent Tim oBrien octave mando lesson video and thought it might be of interest to others on here; anyone know of any other lesson videos for OM?
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    Re: Working on Jerusalm Ridge, Any Tips?

    You can find a free backing track to this and a number of other bluegrass tunes at: http://www.fbbts.com/Tunes.html

    This site offers variable speed, chords on some tunes, and multiple options of...
  15. Incredibly Clear Duke Ellington Recording Surfaces Online...

    Check this out...

    Really great recording for the day....October 1, 1928!

    Check out the guitar solo that starts at 1:58 or so--12 string I think...Lonnie Johnson?
    Awesome solo....
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    New Pono octaves!

    http://www.mandolincafe.com/ads/97123#97123
    https://vimeo.com/162012592

    Great news to see on the classifieds this morning. I bet these have the possibility of becoming the least expensive octaves...
  17. check out how young these guys were, Grisman and Marshall

    amazing musicianship, really cool around 4:00


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jAZ7f2uy3ZY
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    Best chord diagram list ever!

    Wow! I just found this site for zillions of great chords for mandolin!

    http://chordlist.brian-amberg.de/en/mandolin/standard/Dbm/ra.html

    I have 3 chord books, and NONE of them has some of the...
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    Re: What's your favorite Celtic tab book?

    I have a bunch of PDF session tunebooks on my site. The link is in my signature below.

    Pete
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    Re: What's your favorite Celtic tab book?

    www.thesession.org is an excellent source of music, it's the first place I search when looking for a tune.

    Dave H
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    Re: What's your favorite Celtic tab book?

    Let's not forget thesession.org, the place to get ABC (and convert it into whatever elsewhere).

    An important factor is to not stick with a written source permanently, but listen to a tune often...
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    Hawk picks.

    For those folk inclined to ''pick exploration'',i recently discovered a pick brand i'd not heard of before - Hawk picks,made in Salford,Manchester, not too far from where i live :-...
  23. Thread: Pava F5!

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    Re: Pava F5!

    Here's a pic of the Pava F5 at Wintergrass & ph pic too144229144230
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    Re: 'Red Snark' Tuners.

    Good info, Ivan. I have lots of Snarks, and I've never had a problem with marking. However, I now don't use any of them. The TC Electronics Polytune clip-on is simply the best tuner I've ever seen or...
  25. Re: Two Secrets to Bluesy, Old-Timey Mandolin Licks

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MPVQ2fqGd1w
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