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    Re: Live From Home

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u3MV8zLk5Pw
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    Re: Live From Home

    You are not going to believe this one.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qiija5dBBIw
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    Re: Social Distancing

    Or Northumbrian too.
  4. Re: Hand position, and proper way to wear a strap?

    In these videos, I show what was taught to me by a Performing Arts Medical Assn doc who helped me be able to play again after severe overuse injuries.


    https://youtu.be/0mDNJnKVO6A

    ...
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    Re: Considering a Blue Chip Pick?

    I don't have the taste buds to distinguish between cheap ( two buck chuck) wine and expensive wine but I do have the ears to distinguish between BC picks and Wegan or any other pick I have played...
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    Re: Northfield Fretboard Radius

    I agree. That is a very pronounced radius.

    Here is an illustration of the curvature of three representative radii that might give the OP a little help identifying where his radius falls.

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    Re: Northfield Fretboard Radius

    Looking at the Northfield website: https://www.northfieldinstruments.com/artist-series Looks like the Artist Series comes standard with a compound radius. 5.7" at nut, and 7.7" at the 20th fret....
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    Re: What if Gibson had not existed?

    Your bowlback (the one that Bill Monroe used to play) would now be worth about $150,000.
  9. SWEET GEORGIA BROWN chord melody...from Aaron Weinstein

    https://youtu.be/6I27_ZL5TtU
  10. Thread: What the

    by colorado_al
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    Re: What the

    Again, I don't understand why that is a criteria for improvisation? The whole idea behind improvisation is that one plays a spontaneous composition of one's own, extemporaneously. If it was designed...
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    by BrianWilliam
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    Re: What the

    That's some good bluegrass
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    by Jeff Mando
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    Re: What the

    are you talking about the song or Thile's hairdo? :whistling:
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    by Demetrius
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    What the

    Heck??? This is insanity...


    https://youtu.be/mSfp9Ci42bM

    Dem
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    Re: Scales--my new morning friend

    When you “run scales” and other patterns, you can end up learning a route, yet still be unfamiliar with the locations of the individual notes in that pattern. So, I like to take two patterns and...
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    Re: String Swing Wall Hangers

    I've used them for 20 years, with drywall anchors. I usually had 6-8 guitars and mandolins hanging at any one time, including several Telecasters, Strats and 335's. I would not hesitate to use them...
  16. Interesting perspective on Dawg's playing...

    ...Literally.

    This is a cool video anyway, but thought it was worth sharing as it's shot from a rare angle of below, out front, peghead-side. I learned a bit from watching The Man from this...
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    Re: Octave Mandolin or Bouzouki

    My personal preference is for the octave mandolin. Partly because I just got a really nice one, but it's become my favorite instrument. I have a bouzouki, but for backup I use guitar, and for...
  18. Re: How do you answer "what is that thing?", when playing a mando

    I play in a Catholic church with a large Hispanic population. When someone asks me, I say: "It's a mandolin, tuned like a violin, except it has double strings, and you play it with your manos -...
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    Re: To Pinkie or Not Pinkie is my Question

    Threads like this are really great,everyone gets involved and says their piece,it goes on forever and it makes the forum interesting...
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    Re: To Pinkie or Not Pinkie is my Question

    Actually he did use the 3rd and 4th fingers for octaves and those 6/9 chords.



    "Adam Steffey:
    I do use my pinky, but very rarely. This was never a conscious decision on my part. I would sit...
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    Re: To Pinkie or Not Pinkie is my Question

    No one expects the Spanish Inquisition ;)
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    Re: Another airline problem

    These incidents even have made it into the Drone News ;)
  23. Thread: Cluck Old Hen

    by Ky Slim
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    Re: Cluck Old Hen

    Here are both in one place. Sierra plays the AKUS style and then they all bust into the old time version(s). They also added different endings/tags here and there...
  24. Thread: Cluck Old Hen

    by Tobin
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    Re: Cluck Old Hen

    I've heard Alison Krauss' version but I'm not that familiar with it. The OT chord progressions are all over the map, though, like you said. This is the way we typically play it in my neck of the...
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    Re: Nut files recommendation please

    lmii has parallel sided nut files, stew-mac should have them as well. ALL other "nut file" will be "V" files - wrong! we don't want either a sharp bottomed (dumb!) or round "V" groove bottom nut...
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