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    Re: post a video of yourself

    Really nice Frank!
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    Re: Peter Ostroushko on Mr Rogers Neighborhood

    Pretty much where ever Pete was playing music - good things were happening, Pete was very vocal about preferring the A model mandolins and pretty much played that Baird in the later part of his...
  3. Re: Walter Douglas MBE, played by Dagger Gordon

    great playing as always

    that's a mandocello or a zouk or an octave ?
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    Re: post a video of yourself

    more Oldfield
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    Re: Hey guys, it's been awhile

    great to see a Goldtone mandocello in action!
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    Re: Finally, an in person lesson!!

    oldsoldier181 there was post on a social media platform - "the best thing a musician can do is play with people who are better players than themselves" I couldn't agree more and posted that for me,...
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    Re: Mixed octave strings on low end

    i used
    18-44
    14-34
    10-22
    12 -12

    I have since went back to unison courses.
  8. Thread: Another NMD

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    Re: Another NMD

    very cool, I see you have your MAS completely under control
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    Re: post a video of yourself

    This is the second theme from Mike Oldfield's 1974 album Hergest Ridge. I'm playing the guitar parts on mandocello and octave mandolin and the oboe on mandola.
  10. Re: How do I put 2 recordings from Windows Media Player to YouTub

    I think windows movie maker is not loaded by default but should be able to load it for free from Microsoft?, but there are also some free video editors out there, they are very limited but if you...
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    Re: Just for Fun (Sierra Hull)

    as much as I get tired of the old "salt creek" I could listen to this all day
  12. Re: St. Anne's Reel /// Original Performance

    That Big Mon sounds great, nice pickin'
  13. Re: Eastwood 8-string vs. 4-string Nut Widths

    I haven't found this with octaves so much but with mandocellos if the neck width is standard guitar, some of the chord shapes and or scale/ arpeggios are difficult to reach, it has more to do with...
  14. Re: Eastwood 8-string vs. 4-string Nut Widths

    I have the 8 string MRG model, sold as an octave mando tuned GDAE 23.5 inch scale and 1,3/8 inch wide nut.

    its a little longer scale than I am used to on octave but the neck is considerably...
  15. Re: My composition for the mandola and other instruments

    again that flute really stand out for me on these recordings, this album has a diverse flavor in presentation but there is a common musicality to the entire set of tunes, great stuff all around
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    Re: Partial capo for OM?

    in the Big Book of Mandocello Chords Harvey Reid discusses a Liberty Flip model 43 for guitar 3+4 ( without clamping 5 +6 ) and Model 65 for guitar 6 + 5

    he lists the url as...
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    Re: Three string chords - good and bad?

    on the root - I really mean for basic harmony demonstration, but if you play just an EG instead of a C chord that could be an Em or an A7, and often omitting the root in a chord with an ensemble that...
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    Re: octave on valium?

    Folded path I also have a Weber F style F hole mandocello in the back of mind, hard to find used ones!
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    Electric Sierra

    I thought this was great
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    Re: Three string chords - good and bad?

    The root is the Tonic or the most important tone of the chord. So for a C chord, C is the root, we expect a C to be played .
    We can add an E and G even a Bb for the 7th or B for the Major 7th and...
  21. Re: Learning octave mandolin before regular mandolin

    Marcus CA I did have a Pertersen Cittern - 10 string though I think it was a short scale - like 22 inch or something, so more like a 10 string octave I guess- t had a roundish A shape and an oval...
  22. Re: Learning octave mandolin before regular mandolin

    I'm thinking its easier to go from mandolin to octave than from octave to mandolin, but that's just me.

    I went from guitar to mandolin to octave to mandocello and mandola pretty much in that order.
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    Re: Three string chords - good and bad?

    I use 3 string chords probably more than I should.
    IMHO they can be very effective and sometimes the tonal order on the mandolin or dola just doesn't stack to my liking, so better to omit one tone...
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    Re: Octave Mandolin Course

    Jim I agree Matt is very good teacher, and is giving very solid examples of how to operate these beasts, plus he went almost an hour over, so his enthusiasm is contagious ( I know: a bad analogy in...
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    Re: Artistworks question

    +1 on Banjo Ben.
    Mike Marshall at artist works does give you a path that lets you mark your accomplishments as you progress, and there is no fixed time limit so you can take 1 week on one lesson and...
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