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    Re: Strategies for learning without teachers?

    This is more of a psychological viewpoint on learning
    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Self-regulated_learning


    ‘In particular, self-regulated learners are cognizant of their academic strengths...
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    Re: What is this amazing-looking instrument?

    They’re probably like old cars, the more you work on them, the more you like them.
  3. Re: "The Peacock's Feathers"// 2005 Gibson A9

    Well played, great tune and looks like a lot of fun to play too. Thanks.

    The version I play is one of the (very) minor variants.
    A darker winter tune, colder and medieval.
    -I like your version!
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    Re: Ginny and the Teepee by Eoin Duignan

    -yes, but I really like the tune, and especially that style of mandolin playing.
    Maybe it was some sort of theatrical allusion to the name of the band?


    https://youtu.be/nU-dieltOQs
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    Ginny and the Teepee by Eoin Duignan

    https://youtu.be/0XZcNZI5cH0

    Can someone please tell me what the third performer was doing in this vid?
  6. Re: A Mandolin & Octave Mandolin duet: Big Hands

    Great tune, thanks. Now if only I could work out all those double stops and chord progressions... :)
  7. Re: Is playing TABS detrimental to really learning?

    Very general question, and I’m not sure what ‘really learning’ means but I‘ve just begun having a go at standard notation (again).
    TAB usually inspires me, I love it, can’t get enough of it.
    One...
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    Re: What is this amazing-looking instrument?

    I think theyíre quite beautiful, but be aware that if you put one of those in a case and go out to the park then youíre going to need a Concealed Carry Permit.
    The good thing though is that you...
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    Re: Ways Like A Crawfish

    Great playing and fine blues singing, thanks for posting this. I like the blues riffs too.
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    Re: Should I buy a Charango?

    Here’s a Ronroco
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  11. Re: Is playing TABS detrimental to really learning?

    I seem to remember reading a while ago that a 40,000+ year old flute had been found. It was made from a vultureís wing bone had what some scientists believe were notes inscribed onto it. A tune....
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    Re: Building Speed with 16th Notes

    Yep, any excuse to post this one.
    If you put the YouTube setting on 50% speed then you may notice that Mike Comptonís using downstokes for the eighths, and itís already really fast,.
    The triplets...
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    Re: Building Speed with 16th Notes

    Yes, agreed, it can help to narrow the technique, and get through the wall. Basically, your top tremolo speed is probably your top possible speed for tunes.

    Another trick, connected to Mark’s...
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    Re: Building Speed with 16th Notes

    Thanks for posting this Sherry, I think it’s an important lesson. Here’s the quite well known now vid on tremolo.


    It’s an exercise I don’t do often enough, after about 25 minutes of practice...
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    Re: I don't like F styles. Anyone else?

    I absolutely love F style mandolins.
    And the more people that agree with me the more the price of A style mandolins will drop. Thank you very much, I don’t mind if I do!



    How about:


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    Re: Snakehead vs. Paddlehead

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    -I’m thinking icecream.

    https://duckduckgo.com/?q=mandolin++headstock+shapes&t=ipad&iar=images&iax=images&ia=images
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    Re: Finding shops in California

    Looks like you have to phone in for an appointment.
    https://www.gryphonstrings.com/appointment/
  18. Re: Is playing TABS detrimental to really learning?

    Ooooh, not sure about that, David :)

    More philosophically, is ‘J’aime ma voiture’ the same information as ‘I like my car’?
    Hhmmmm. :))
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    Re: Eddie Van Halen RIP

    Ha, ha, that maybe true but at the time I remember a lot of girls liked disco.

    That other joke,
    ‘Do you like disco music?’ -No, not at all.
    ‘Then why are you at the disco?’ -because that’s...
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    Re: Eddie Van Halen RIP

    This guy inspired literally hundreds of millions of kids to pick up the guitar.
    The style? Whatever.

    He inspired them to play music. And it is sad to see him go at such a young age.
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    Eddie Van Halen RIP

    Devastating news. RIP Eddie.



    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eddie_Van_Halen
  22. Re: Is playing TABS detrimental to really learning?

    And is not playing TAB detrimental to really learning? Yes. ;)

    And take just the say the 380 million people in the US.
    Imagine that the objective is to get the greatest number of students, say...
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    Re: 7th fret: 3rd or 4th fingers?

    Up to now Ive been using the pinky on the 7th on my octave, 20 1/2 inch scale length.
    It does require a non standard twist of the whole hand to get there at a reasonable speed, and the accuracy is...
  24. Poll: Re: Poll for the Song a Week Social Group Week #532

    Here’s a bunch of abc files of music from mainly south of Scotland.
    There are two transcriptions of Hole in the Wall, in Bb and G, along with the harmony parts....
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    Re: Pentatonic scales

    One thing I just noticed, and I donít know if itís useful but itís cool, is that in the key of G major:

    G pentatonic contains 1,2,3,5,6. that is it contains the notes 1,3,5 of G major chord ie....
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