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  1. Re: Article: New Music from Mike Compton & Norman Blake: Gallop T

    Well, I was hoping for either standard notation and/or tab for guitar as well as this looks like something my wife and I might enjoy playing together. I'm guessing, based on what Blake is playing in...
  2. Re: Article: New Music from Mike Compton & Norman Blake: Gallop T

    Thanks. I'm looking forward to giving some of these songs a go.
  3. Re: Article: New Music from Mike Compton & Norman Blake: Gallop T

    Is it standard notation and tab for both mandolin and guitar or just mandolin?
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    Re: No more EXP74's?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HPlD5saPoM4
  5. Re: Live From Here - Is There a Better Music Show ANYWHERE?

    I think it's also fair to not compare them.



    Ah, but I was so much older then, I'm younger than that now.
  6. Re: Live From Here - Is There a Better Music Show ANYWHERE?

    I dunno, but I had a great big grin on my face a few weeks back when I suddenly found myself hearing Thile and Siouxsie Sioux playing and singing a straight forward rocking cover of Led Zeppelin's...
  7. Re: Live From Here - Is There a Better Music Show ANYWHERE?

    Done. I dub thee "Caleb's Law."

    I imagine that the Wikipedia entry will read something like the following:

    Caleb's law (or Caleb's rule of Thile uppityness) is an Internet adage asserting that...
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    Re: How to Get The Blues!

    If only someone had told Yank Rachell this before he decided to tune his mandolin down three half steps.
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    Re: Goldtone Long Scale Mando-Guitar

    I played one of the 6 string versions at my local Sam Ash and, despite some of the comments so far, I actually found it enjoyable and easy to play. Fingers get crammed together for four finger...
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    Re: Higher Education for Mandolin

    Howdy,

    I'm aware of several folks who've done something similar in regards to tailoring their degree towards mandolin. I believe that David Benedict of Mandolin Monday's and Mile Twelve fame did...
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    Re: Web based backing track tool?

    OK, I may be answering my own question here but I found this easy tutorial on YouTube for making your own charts on iReal Pro using the "Blank" option when you click onto the "+" at the upper right...
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    Re: Web based backing track tool?

    Y'all,

    I've had iReal Pro for awhile and have mainly used it for practicing Swing Guitar and Gypsy Jazz. I recently did a search on the iPhone App and found that they have new rhythm tracks...
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    Re: Vulfpeck - Thile appearance

    Ya know, you might be right. One's cool and the other is like a drunk hippy. I mean, what do I know? They both seem to be overcome with joy and move to the music in the form of dance. I dunno,...
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    Re: Vulfpeck - Thile appearance

    Well, then, you'll have to agree that the hoping-around-stage-antics of this dang fool are totally pretentious as well...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cxRXgZanwQU
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    Re: Early Blues Mandolin

    Howard Armstrong too!
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    Re: Early Blues Mandolin

    Two words: Yank Rachell

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    Steve James has a couple of video instructionals on blues mandolin styles over at Homespun.
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    Re: Jesse McReynolds at 90

    And only six strings?

    Happy Birthday, Jesse!
  18. Re: What mandolin recordings are definitive to evolving its role?

    Do you mean pushing the musical and technical boundaries of the instrument itself? Your examples of Les Paul, Barry, Hendrix, Van Halen, and SRV, did help popularize those styles of playing but they...
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    Re: The Bluegrass Store - Columbus OH

    Ah, it was The String Shoppe that I was thinking of. I seem to remember Sonny's closing down not long after Gold Circle went out of business. I can't imagine that that mall is still standing as I...
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    Re: The Bluegrass Store - Columbus OH

    No, this was way south of there. South of Long’s Bookstore and SBX.
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    Re: The Bluegrass Store - Columbus OH

    Despite playing music since I was a kid, I've only recently taken an interest in Bluegrass. It's been almost 20 years since I've last stepped foot on Planet oHIo and I'm already starting to forget...
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    Re: Montana mandolin field trip

    Is he still building those Weber small bodied archtop guitars? One of my great regrets is not buying one when I had the chance.
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    Re: The Bluegrass Store - Columbus OH

    Hey Bernie,

    I grew up in Cowtown and some of my fondest memories were stopping into some of the little mom and pop music shops in the various surrounding suburbs back in the day. In a way, those...
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    Re: Northfield Airloom Recurve review

    I forgot to mention that with the case, Northfield sent a free matching baseball cap and a nice case sticker. Nice!
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    Re: Getting into Jazz Tenor Guitar?

    Wow, I now have a new hero! And, check out that vintage kitchen!
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