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    Re: Help me date a Kentucky KM-1500

    Have you tried flowers?
  2. Thread: Barbara

    by lowtone2
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    Barbara

    I love this, and probably everyone who reads this sub forum knows the tune, but just in case! Andy Statman, and really good guitar by John Carlini. I don't know who are playing bass and brushes, but...
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    Re: Yank and Sleepy

    You know the story of Doc Watson's discovery? He was playing functional music for square dances on a Les Paul, and Ralph Rinzler told him to put it up and never play it again. The BIG audiences were...
  4. Thread: B7b9

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    Re: B7b9

    Anytime I see a 7b9 chord I'm thinking dominant chord of a minor 2/5, and pretty much just play it as a diminished chord and ignore the root. Unless I'm playing bass. I'm sure it's used in other...
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    Re: Reasons to avoid practicing

    My band mates are mediocre players so I don't want to play too well and make them feel bad.
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    Re: Whaat is this chord?

    I think the only context is that he just likes the sound of the chord, moving from that Dm. So we can name it whatever but there is a bit of sweetness to be heard moving from Dm to Dmb6. The most...
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    Re: Some Real Music - Sierra Ferrell

    She was a fixture on the street in the French Quarter for several years, but that's not what this is. Some of the French quarter stuff is R rated.


    https://youtu.be/pVPTYr3zDc8
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    Re: Whaat is this chord?

    Or Dmb6. A guitarist might call it Dmb13
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    Re: Memorizing a song

    You can learn a tune, but then can't recall it later? Repetition. Repetition. Repetition...
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    Yank and Sleepy

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aVhyv-S3R0g&t=117s
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    Re: The amazing Jaco Pastorius

    Maybe he will interview Swallow next.
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    Re: The amazing Jaco Pastorius

    This has no mandolin content but Pat does talk about Jaco and he is known for playing an instrument with string "courses". I hope that's justification enough...



    https://youtu.be/QEgalcH_-b4
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    Re: Luthier Tune-up Frequency

    It's a old concept, related to brain science.

    Yes, it's subjective, but there's nothing mysterious about setting a bridge for intonation, and checking and adjusting action. Neither of those are...
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    Re: Hey blues guys; Cooder project?

    https://youtu.be/AqjS3rF6TB0
  15. Thread: Books

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    Re: Books

    Here's one that will help you out, by our own guy, Pete Martin....
  16. Thread: Books

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    Re: Books

    What that really does is lower the C ,which is the 7th in Dm7, to B which is the 3rd in G7. The first chord, Dm7 fingered 535, is 7th, m3rd, Root on top. Move one finger down to the 4th fret on the G...
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    Re: Modes of the diatonic scale?

    Yes! And no.

    Lets stay on C. So playing the D Dorian scale is just playing the C scale, no sharps or flats, starting from D. But...D MAJOR has two sharps, F# and C#, which are the 3rd and 7th...
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    Re: Modes of the diatonic scale?

    No. Almost. All except for the naming. The Mixolydian mode of G you would call D mixolydian. The Dorian mode of G would be called A Dorian.

    D Mixolydian is D E F# G A B C.

    A Dorian is A B C D...
  19. Re: Looking for thoughts and opinions about a bowel back mandolin

    I've never owned a bowel back, but they must be very hard to keep clean.

    Apparently it will take something more direct to satisfy me.
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    Re: Key of the song based on the melody

    195433

    Some have noted that many fiddle tunes from the british isles are entirely modal, and were likely first played on simple flutes or pipes which are diatonic instruments. That music actually...
  21. Thread: Beatles tunes

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    Re: Beatles tunes

    Something about this melody...


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TPOfK4aOBKc
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    Re: Learning mandolin and music theory?

    I haven't seen Don Julin's book, but I'm sure it's great.

    This one is too, if you can find a copy. https://www.amazon.com/Theory-Modern-Mandolin-Thomas-Ohmsen/dp/B0006ED1HY
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    Re: The amazing Jaco Pastorius

    Not much mandolin content, but lots of music!

    This is the documentary that Jaco deserves.


    https://youtu.be/TviJ3ccaSXM
  24. Re: New Artistworks Bluegrass Mandolin with Sierra Hull!

    Allow me.

    She does chop when appropriate.


    https://youtu.be/btt8Kg7_qUY

    No chop here.
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    Re: Cornish Tunes?

    Attempted humor.
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