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    Default Amazing resource for Garcia/Dead enthusiasts

    "Well, I don't know much about bands but I do know you can't make a living selling big trombones, no sir. Mandolin picks, perhaps..."

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    Default Re: Amazing resource for Garcia/Dead enthusiasts

    Yep, the good ol' "Jerry Garcia Song Book." Just about everybody I play with has it on their iPad (how times have changed).

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    Default Re: Amazing resource for Garcia/Dead enthusiasts

    Speaking of which, has anyone tried to play Eyes of the World on mandolin? I've only ever tried the rootsy stuff, but just strikes me that Eyes might work nicely.

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    Default Re: Amazing resource for Garcia/Dead enthusiasts

    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Miller View Post
    Speaking of which, has anyone tried to play Eyes of the World on mandolin? I've only ever tried the rootsy stuff, but just strikes me that Eyes might work nicely.
    One of my favorite Jerry tunes - and I've been having fun trying to play it. Thanks for the encouragement! I really like to play Loser and Sugaree on mandolin too.
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    Excellent link! I've used the hardcopy Jerry Book for years. This will be very useful!

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