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    Re: Common Chord shapes

    Hope this helps corelate with info from Pickloser's Guide
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    Re: Understanding double-stops...

    Hello,
    Thanks to this topic I've just discovered Pickloser's method.
    I wouldn't say better than JeffD.
    This is THE method I was looking for for long.
    It makes things logical for me and very easy...
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    Re: Understanding double-stops...

    Philphool's recommendation is right on. Pickloser's guide is pretty amazing. It is a really well organized instruction on getting double stops immediately into your playing. The names she uses for...
  4. A few neat exercises from Sierra Hull and Reverb

    Some fun arpeggio exercises illustrated by Sierra Hull by way of Reverb:
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    Re: Fingerboard Diagram

    I have Pete Martin's stuff. I also have Picklosers. What you like depends on how you learn. I found Pickloser's more spoke to me, but that's no knock on Pete Martin, who produces great stuff.
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    Re: Fingerboard Diagram

    I love, love, love Pickloser’s guide to double stops! It’s been my bedtime reading every night, for a while now. I, too, am in the process of trying to internalize the fretboard, mentally and...
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    Re: Fingerboard Diagram

    Here's that most wonderful guide to double stops, Pickloser's
    -I find it good think in a key, then to look at a position on the fretboard and see at the same time it's friends, cousins etc., the...
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    Re: Double-Stops Lessons

    Pickloser's guide was a big help for me: https://www.mandolincafe.com/forum/entries/528-Revised-Guide-to-Doublestops
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    Re: Memorizing the neck

    Pickloser’s guide to doublestops and repeating patterns really excellent! Clear and interesting reading, not dry at all and explained in a way that it is easy to remember. Thank you Laura.
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    Re: Memorizing the neck

    Laura Cauble Good to see you back …. Play on!
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    Improv From Scratch

    I am posting a series of videos aimed at players who dont improvise but want to learn. So far there are 8 videos with more on the way. The first is here:

    https://youtu.be/1_e9m-KqsBE

    My...
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    Re: Phoenix mandolins closing shop?

    Thanks for all the kind words about Phoenix mandolins and the support for Jenny. She made the difficult phone call to me a while back and, while it is sad, it is a good move for her. She is an...
  13. Re: Intro, and thanks to Mandolin Cafe and pickloser

    Special thanks to member pickloser, whose 'Guide To Double Stops And Repeating Patterns'

    I can second that thought. Putting memorable words to chord fingerings made beginning so easy. It...
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    In spite of your smiley, I don't get it. I'm not...

    Yea, that will set the tone. They will know for sure that "you the man" http://www.mandolincafe.net/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/biggrin.gif



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    In spite of your smiley, I don't get it....
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