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    Registered User Eric Platt's Avatar
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    Didn't know that the Portland Books will be available as a tablet friendly version. Can really use that. Last time I played a contra (on guitar) was having a tough time putting everything on the music stand.

    This list has reminded me of a few more that I had to dig out. Vasen tune books Vol 1 and 2, St. Paul Slow Sessiun Tune book (printed copy), "Mellie Dunham's Fiddlin' Dance Tunes, Paddy O'Brien's Sets http://www.ceolas.org/pub/tunes/tunes.pdf/POB.pdf, and a photocopy of Harding's All-Round Collection of Jigs, Reels and Country Dances. (1932 version)

    What I need to do is start getting some items on my tablet. Thanks to folks who have provided links.
    1910 Gibson A, 1929 Gibson A Jr., 2018 Eastman MDO-305, 2018 Big Muddy MW-0, 2015 Ashbury Style E OM, 1983 Flatiron 1N
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    If you don't have John Reischman's "Up In The Woods" book, I'd highly recommend it.
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    Original Melodies for Mandolin, Mandola & Mandocello
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    I have Rich DelGrosso's blues mandolin book. Can't really follow much of it, myself, but there's cool stuff in it if you want some new blues riffs.

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