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  1. Re: Resources for learning gypsy jazz / dawg style music

    There is Dawg Jazz at acousticdisc.com.

    And the Django Facebook is available on the internet.

    And many players on Soundslice.

    And Stochelo Rosenberg academy courses.
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    Re: Jethro Burns Warmup Thing Question

    Hi there, H, not sure what those numbers mean, they're certainly not fingerings. Here's how I play it based on the notation in his Mel Bay book.


    https://youtu.be/ZkVKLFDVZOY
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    guitar returned after 45 years

    Here's some hope for all who've lost instruments.

    Happy Canada Day. 🍁

    (Regarding the video: Lenny Breau was Randy Bachman's guitar teacher.)
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  4. Mandolin Sighting @ Carnegie: Joe Bonamassa

    Probably not a regular part of his group...but I love this song!
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Go9EguPvtSg
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    Telluride 2022 Streaming

    Missed Thile this morning, Watchhouse is on right now.

    Streaming: https://www.koto.org/

    Schedule: https://bluegrass.com/telluride/lineup/tbf-main-stage-2022
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    Re: Earplugs for loud session?

    Oh, I had no illusion that I would be. The wee beasties have been the subject of much revulsion and surely violence over the years. I recall that they were even outlawed while Scotland was under...
  7. Re: Elixir Official Notice Mandolin strings discontinued

    Good time to start hoarding strings
  8. Re: Is there much point to an electric jazz mandolin?

    Here's a remix of the opener from the video show.

    https://soundcloud.com/twtunes/why-not
  9. Re: Music Therapy - Sharing Music In An Assisted Living Facility

    I used to go about once a week with accordion - always a popular instrument among an older age cohort, and ideal for the environment for its portability and projection. Did some hospice work as...
  10. Re: Music Therapy - Sharing Music In An Assisted Living Facility

    I play once a month in a memory unit. The response varies. There's one old gal who knows the words to every song and sings along loudly. Others doze off. Sometimes they laugh at the corny jokes,...
  11. Music Therapy - Sharing Music In An Assisted Living Facility

    I share music in an assisted living community with a resident who has played and taught violin his entire adult life. It never ceases to amaze us the response music evokes on the residents we visit....
  12. Re: Is there much point to an electric jazz mandolin?

    Another preview of upcoming video concert, my jazz blues., "Blue Iz Mir".

    https://soundcloud.com/twtunes/blue-iz-mir
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    Re: tuning machine ratios

    Sounds like those 24:1 tuners were made from substandard metal. I'd guess that Waverly's higher-ratio tuners are well-engineered and won't have that problem. If I break any teeth on my Waverly 21:1...
  14. Re: Is there much point to an electric jazz mandolin?

    Here is an example of how I find electric mandolin useful, as a jazz instrument. 10-string electric in a bass/drums trio. This is a preview of a video concert that will post Sunday, May 1. Set was...
  15. Re: Introducing the Sorensen Electric AXE

    Of course, I also considered international users!

    200370

    Steve
  16. Introducing the Sorensen Electric AXE

    For more than a decade, I have been working on ways to both modernize the mandolin and the process of mandolin construction. Of course, that has led me to try various techniques and tools, and to...
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    Re: post a video of yourself

    Here you go

    MDMJO7R7czw
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    Re: post a video of yourself

    Hello, This is my first upload. learning frm this site for 14 months on and off. got the opportunity to jam with a friend.
    La Noyee by Yann Tiersann
    https://youtu.be/MDMJO7R7czw
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    A new A style mandolin

    The latest of the King Billy/Huon pine mandolins, this one for a player in California. Tasmanian King Billy pine soundboard, Tasmanian Huon pine back and sides, Victorian blackwood neck and binding...
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    Re: A Jazzy Note - Duo Vibracao

    Hi Gypsy Jazz fan!

    I constructed a link to the transcription of the CD on my website (pdf).

    http://jrpmandolin.com/Tabs%20&%20Notes.htm

    Have a wonderful day!
    - Jesper
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    Re: Ronnie Spector, RIP - And MC

    Noice. I'm not sure I had a crush on her, as such, but I loved her voice. That's not strong enough - I lurved her voice. ;)

    I was a little surprised she included this Eddie Money song among her...
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    Re: Ronnie Spector, RIP - And MC

    Thanks for posting. I too had a lifelong crush on Ronnie. Here's one of my favorites among her performances. (This rocks!)


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xERh3DH3x_4
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    Ronnie Spector, RIP - And MC

    As many of you may know, on Wednesday, January 12th, we lost another great. Ronnie Spector died. :( I wasn't going to post anything here, though I definitely would have followed suit if someone else...
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    Re: Mandolins as a work of art

    As a lot of members know, there are two major museums in the United States dedicated to musical instruments. They are displayed there essentially as works of art though there is a line between art...
  25. Thread: Paypal

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    Re: Paypal

    The $600 is cumulative over a tax year. It is not item by item. They will report a consolidated statement of your sales. So, if you sell three items through Paypal at $500 each, you will get a...
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