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    Default Magnolia Wind by Guy Clark

    Does anyone have the tabs for the mandolin part in this song? I'm really digging it right now and would like to try and learn it.

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    Default Re: Magnolia Wind by Guy Clark

    Some tasty double stops there but seems do-able.
    The recording's in Eb though, so would be challenging to play along with it if you're not used to closed-position playing.
    I'm sorry but I don't have the skill or the time to tab it for you.
    However you could try working it out in D - a semitone lower than the recording.
    Bren

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    Default Re: Magnolia Wind by Guy Clark

    Quote Originally Posted by Bren View Post
    Some tasty double stops there but seems do-able.
    The recording's in Eb though, so would be challenging to play along with it if you're not used to closed-position playing.
    I'm sorry but I don't have the skill or the time to tab it for you.
    However you could try working it out in D - a semitone lower than the recording.
    No worries. Thanks for the advice and feedback.

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    Default Re: Magnolia Wind by Guy Clark

    Unfortunately, I do not, but I will try my best to tab it out for you.
    "has to be either place making, place finding, or place adapting. or the secret 4th option of course, which is to be miserable"
    -Bill Wurtz

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