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    You can search for lessons, videos and pdfs to download for free:
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    Mando-Accumulator Jim Garber's Avatar
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    Thanks, Roland, for sharing your treasures with us. I must have missed further intros but from what I can glean you arrangements are for tenor guitars tuned to octave mandolin tuning? I also see you play six strings but do you tune that in fifths?
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    Hi Jim! I originally transcribed some mandolin solos from Sierra Hull and Aaron Weinstein but eventually tried the CGDA tuning
    on my mini guitar with lighter string gauges. Tuning in 5ths is interesting but difficult for me to improvise on.
    I still find the guitar tuning so much more advantageous and with the added 2 strings, it's amazing how much
    harmonic sounds you can imply. I used to play with open tunings and it's another ball game...
    Thanks for your comment Jim!

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    What a great resource, Roland. Thanks for making it available to us all.
    I'm playing all the right notes, but not necessarily in the right order. - Eric Morecambe

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    Thanks, thanks alot.

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