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    Default Kentucky Waltz

    Love this song,
    Been trying to learn,found many good examples
    online..
    Here is great one.
    https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x35ker0

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    Default Re: Kentucky Waltz

    Love this tune too. It’s one that I especially like for practicing tremolo, as well. Thanks for sharing this great rendition. I really enjoyed it.

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    Brilliant, love it.

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    Now that is tremolo !!
    My two favorite pastimes are drinking wine and playing the mandolin but most of my friends would rather hear me drink wine! Adapted from quote by Mark Twain------supposedly !

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    Certainly soulful playing by one of the world's best mandolinists. Hey that guitar player is not so shabby either.
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    Default Re: Kentucky Waltz

    One of my favorite tunes to play!
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    Default Re: Kentucky Waltz

    Fantastic version!

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    Nice, enjoyed it.

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