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    Re: Music Library for Samsung Tablet???

    My own music isn't the problem. In fact, I could take only chord sheets for what I plan to play, which would be very little paper. What I like about the tablet and stand is less to carry and the...
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    Re: Music Library for Samsung Tablet???

    I also got that once, David. PM me your email address and I'll share directly from the page I'm seeing. Maybe that will work.
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    Brad, looks like you've gotten lots of advice here. Just to add my 2 cents, I tried the injection once. It was painful and was not long lasting. My next 2 trigger fingers were treated with...
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    Music Library for Samsung Tablet???

    I rarely have the opportunity to play with others, but was able to play at an open jam today. There I was with my music stand and notebooks with paper copies of some stuff I can play. Everyone else...
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    Re: Best Resources for Chord Sheets?

    A teacher suggested handing out chord charts since often mandolin players can successfully watch the guitar player, but the guitar player will probably have difficulty figuring out what chords the...
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    Re: Best Resources for Chord Sheets?

    I have iReal Pro but have barely used it. I'll check it out.
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    Re: SIMPLE Editing Software for PC

    Actually, Don, I did mean to ask how to crop a video. I just tried the steps you mentioned and right clicking the video didn't give me an "Edit & Create" option.

    I do appreciate the photo...
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    Re: SIMPLE Editing Software for PC

    Don, I plan to do just that the next time I'm ready to post a video. That was a beautiful video. Thanks for sharing.
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    Re: Loar 600 vs Eastman MD615

    Congrats, Tony, on your acquisition. Never had one like yours, but love my oval hole A.
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    Re: Newb's first day

    Ditto to all suggestions. I, too, started in my 60s and now am 6 years in. I hope you'll pay special attention to Louise's "B." I remember those early days how I would play through the pain of tender...
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    Re: NMD and a little story

    Sheila, thanks for the update. Glad recovery is going well.

    I don't have a story, other than to say every chance I get I encourage parents to introduce their children to music - and at an early...
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    Re: NMD and a little story

    Keep this story going, Sheila. Hope the healing process continues to go well.
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    Re: Is It Possible to Fake It?

    Not too long ago an instructor worked with me on using Pentatonic scales to improvise. I thought it wasn't too terribly difficult and, for the most part, sounded pretty cool. However, mandocrucian...
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    Re: Is It Possible to Fake It?

    Performed my first solo today and recorded it! My (#2) teacher told me at a lesson on Wednesday just to play from the pentatonic scale notes in key of A. I was elated to find it wasn't difficult and...
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    Re: Mandolin in the Hospital???

    Thanks for sharing that story, Steve. I believe I'll play this by ear. I used to work for an insurance sales organization. Its motto was "Better to have it and not need it than to need it and not...
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    Re: Is It Possible to Fake It?

    For me only 44 years to go! Seriously, I appreciate all the comments and have concluded different approaches work for different people. I believe for me I have to be careful not to get bogged down in...
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    Lflngpicker, glad you see value in this thread. I've been using an app on my phone as much as I can. Still interested in one of those that attaches to the back, though. Haven't figured out how you...
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    Re: Gospel Sheet Music or Chord Charts

    Interesting, JL! There's no piano in this group, so it appears that's a good thing.
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    Re: Sorensen Sprite!

    Beautiful instrument!
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    Re: Sharing a tool I use for practice

    I'll have to read "this" and "this" in my "free" time.

    What you've said here, Jeff, reminds me of my husband's recent statement, something about if I played as much as I organized, I would play a...
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    Re: Gospel Sheet Music or Chord Charts

    That one looks good. I looked at several today, but didn't have the time to narrow them down. Too bad there aren't (are there?) books with music that matches an individual's voice range. That's a...
  22. Re: Best Way to Practice Moveable Chords???

    I don't barre well. Need to work up to it, I realize, but I'd just as soon not start there. There's enough to deal with without the added frustration of barring(sp?).
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    Re: Finally, an in person lesson!!

    As one who takes in-person lessons, but who has taken a few Zoom lessons, in-person is best by leaps and bounds - at least for me. Fretboard Learn is a great app I encourage you to try.
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    Re: Hey guys, it's been awhile

    Sounds like you've played both for a while. Nice playing.
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    Re: Looking for Sheet Music

    David, how do I find that thread?
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