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    Re: the first 3 tunes you learned?

    Ba, Ba, Black Sheep
    Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star
    Maids of the Morne Shore (tune used with Yeats' Sally Gardens)

    As I was mid 50's when I started, you might ask why nursery rhymes?
    I had no...
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    Re: I was on the Galician TV.

    OK for me in UK
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    Re: Producing clean chords

    It's probably a Mike Vanden, of Scotland: www.vanden.co.uk
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    Re: tenor or new standard tuning

    See the NST Social Group:

    http://www.mandolincafe.com/forum/group.php?groupid=73
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    Re: pick direction - feeling frustrated

    I see that John's web is no longer there. Here's a copy of the document referred to.
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    Re: The Occasionals

    Kevin,

    Hope to see you at Stonehaven on Friday.
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    Re: Call me perverse !!.

    Could it be it's "opened up"?
  8. Re: Tremelo, what is it? Whats it for? And hows it done?

    Here's the link .
  9. Re: Something I just noticed on studying the freboard.

    Alan,
    For the most basic of relationships, see my avatar (left).
    R is the root (key) note and the numbers are the number of the note in the scale.
    Good luck on your mandolin journey, I'm sure that...
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    Re: The first song you learned

    I got a tutor with my first mandolin, but didn't know any of the tunes. Then I had this brainwave, I'd already got a collection of tunes deeply embedded in my head. So a ordered a book of nursery...
  11. Re: Woody Guthrie, mandolin player, b. July 14, 1912

    For UK types there's an Arena programme about Woody on BBC Four tonight (Friday 13 July 2012) it starts at 23:30.
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