In this mandolin video lesson I’m sharing my 3 Top Advices for FAST mandolin playing. I’m explaining:
I demonstrate the ideas with the tune St. Annes Reel.
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In this 10 x 10 I’m showing you how to play a must know lick in the style of Bill Monroe. A phrase straight out of the box from the G-chop chord.
This lesson is good for:
In this mandolin video lesson I’m showing you how to play harmonics with one hand only. You can use this technique for:
You’ll guaranteed impress your listeners!
In this Live video lesson I’m showing you how to play the chords for the classic jazz standard Fly Me To The Moon. We go in to:
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.