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    Just got a '31 5-17T and am hot to learn some of those texas swing progressions. I did a quick search through this site and googled it too, but didn' come up with anything.

    Can anyone point me in a helpful direction?

    thanks,
    j
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    Texas Chord Progressions

    Look here for some tenor type progressions I posted for mandolin. Play exactly what is written, you will just be in a different key.

    If you have any other questions, email or pm me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by (Teleier @ June 22 2008, 23:57)
    Just got a '31 5-17T and am hot to learn some of those texas swing progressions. I did a quick search through this site and googled it too, but didn' come up with anything.

    Can anyone point me in a helpful direction?

    thanks,
    j
    Gary Lee Moores "The Tenor Guitar - Getting Started in Fiddle Backup

    Download this book, in the links at the bottom of the page.
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    Thanks for the link, Pete. Great stuff there!
    EdSherry

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