In this mandolin video lesson I’m showing you how you learn to name the notes all over the fretboard.
This will improve your way to build:
This is important aspects for your musical freedom and your improvisation ability.
In this video lesson I’m showing you how to play some simple and powerful double stops in the style of Mr Bill Monroe himself.
Learning these two note chords is a good way to improve your ability to visualize and see the patterns and shapes of the mandolin fretboard.
The line comes from the bluegrass tune Tombstone Junction.
In this video I’m giving you 3 Simple but Powerful tips that can help you get to next level in your mandolin playing.
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In this video I’m here to recommend the new Mandolins & Beer Podcast. I also want to share some specific things that really inspired me listening to the first episode.
In this video lesson I’m showing you how to use arpeggios to solo on the Gypsy Swing classic Minor Swing by Django Reinhardt and Stephane Grappelli.
In this video lesson I’m showing you how to improve your improvisation and soloing with the use of the Dominant Bebob Scale for your 12 bar blues in A. The chords are A7, D7, E7. The scale is derived from the Mixolydian mode and has a chromatic passing tone between the 7th and the root.
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