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Mandolin for Beginners: Lesson 3 – tremolo (continued)

Mandolin tremolo is the subject of this 3rd lesson in the Mandolin Lessons for beginners concept I conceived almost one year ago targeting to teach my kids how to play mandolin and have fun, while at the same time help others learn mandolin as well, by recording here a [...]

The Art of Mandolin Setup: A Beginner’s Guide

Introduction: Welcome to the fascinating world of mandolin playing where every detail matters in creating that perfect harmony! Whether you're a seasoned musician or a beginner, understanding the basics of mandolin setup is crucial for a delightful playing experience. In this post, we're delving into the essentials of [...]

Mandolin Strings: a complete guide

Mandolin Strings are very important, as they have a big effect on your mandolin sound. The selection of mandolin strings is important, but also important is to know how to maintain your strings and when/how to change them. This article covers the above, explaining the following subjects in below paragraphs: [...]

A few details about the 2nd Edition of my book – Mandolin Chords Guidebook Playing Songs

Like almost everybody else, I am in quarantine at home due to COVID-19, so I have started some of the projects I have been postponing for a loooooong time. One of these projects, is to finish writing the Mandolin Chords Guidebook series. My plan has been from the beginning [...]

Creep by Radiohead (Lyrics and Chords)

"Creep" is a song by the English alternative rock band Radiohead, released as their debut single in 1992; it appeared on their first album, Pablo Honey (1993). "Creep" was not initially a chart success, but became a worldwide hit on its rerelease in 1993. Attendees of Radiohead's early gigs often exhibited little interest in [...]

Hallelujah by Leonard Cohen (Lyrics & Chords)

Hallelujah is a song written by Canadian singer Leonard Cohen, originally released on his album Various Positions (1984). Achieving little initial success, the song found greater popular acclaim through a recording by John Cale, which inspired a recording by Jeff Buckley. It is considered as the "baseline" of secular [...]

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