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    Default Mike Marshall's Arpeggio Workout For Mandolin

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    Mike Marshall's Arpeggio Workout For Mandolin
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    Homespun has announced the availability of Mike Marshall's Arpeggio Workout For Mandolin, his third DVD from them, available from Homespun's Instant Access Downloads from the Mandolin Cafe.

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    Default Re: Mike Marshall's Arpeggio Workout For Mandolin

    Purchased this and watched last night. Mike does a great job of translating arpeggio knowledge to something we can all use in real life playing. Even if you know your theory I found this to be a great "refresher" course and also gets me thinking about using these techniques in useful ways and will hopefully break me out of a rut or two. Mike , Adam Traum and Jim Kerwin lay down different tasty grooves to try out Mike's ideas.

    An added bonus:

    During the backing tracks Mike plays a treasure trove of of lead and rhythm chops that can be mined for many ideas.

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    Captions and labeling thoughtfully placed. Mike's Loar is miked very nicely seeming to show it's actual tone very well. Jim's bass playing is tight! Backing tracks very "musical". A minor quibble... at times the spoken word is mastered too low compared to the music.

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    Default Re: Mike Marshall's Arpeggio Workout For Mandolin

    Quote Originally Posted by Perry View Post
    "A minor quibble... at times the spoken word is mastered too low compared to the music."
    I find that to be the case with ALOT of instructional videos!

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