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    Default Song Breakdown for Bill Cheatham

    I took the breakdown in a slightly different direction today as I've seen the question "How do I practice" coming up more frequently on both the forum and from students. I figured it'd be good to share how I tackle new tunes. Bill Cheatham is a commonly called standard tune but it's one I never really took the time to learn - so I felt it was a good song for this breakdown.

    Here's the full post - https://mattcbruno.com/2022/08/mando...bill-cheatham/

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    Default Re: Song Breakdown for Bill Cheatham

    Lotsa staves on that page but if you digest ‘em one at a time before moving to the next you’ll be an official learner post haste. I like how you’ve done this.
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