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How to Improvise Bluegrass Mandolin

How to Improvise Bluegrass Mandolin

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How to Improvise Bluegrass Mandolin

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Songs Include:

Licks Include
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E licks
Songs Include
Blue Ridge Cabin Home
Love is Like a Flower
John Hardy
Hold What You Got

 

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50 hot licks & where they fit in songs! Brad Davis teaches 50 hot licks & uses three tunes to link different combinations of the licks together, so they will fit each tune. He uses three different combinations of the licks for each tune to give you lots of experience. 

 

Reviews

Amazon.com Review Review - Improvising Bluegrass Mandolin Solos, April 24, 2002 Reviewer: Stevan Rogers (see more about me) from Portland, OR. As a player for more than 20 years, I often find method books that are not much more than a collection of tunes. You learn them note for note, and then that's how you play them. Not the case with this one...this method takes several phrases and brings them together to create really decent sounding solos. You can then mix and match the phrases to create your own solos. One of the things I liked best about it, was that the first time I played through the phrases, I picked up a couple of licks that I could immediately incorporate into my own playing. Any time I get a book that actually adds to the grab bag of "licks" that I have, instead of adding more tunes, I consider it a good book. I was convinced this was a good one about ten minutes after receiving it.

 

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I think the Improvising Bluegrass Mandolin is terrific!~—N. Killen-Macon, GA I got my Improvising Bluegrass Mandolin last week. It is great. Therefore I’m ordering the Improvising Bluegrass Guitar for my buddy.~—B. McFarland-Ashville, OH

Amazon.com Customer Review 5 of 5 stars Review - Improvising Bluegrass Mandolin Solos, April 24, 2002 Reviewer: Steve Rogers (see more about me) from Portland, OR. As a player for more than 20 years, I often find method books that are not much more than a collection of tunes. You learn them note for note, and then that's how you play them. Not the case with this one...this method takes several phrases and brings them together to create really decent sounding solos. You can then mix and match the phrases to create your own solos. One of the things I liked best about it, was that the first time I played through the phrases, I picked up a couple of licks that I could immediately incorporate into my own playing. Any time I get a book that actually adds to the grab bag of "licks" that I have, instead of adding more tunes, I consider it a good book. I was convinced this was a good one about ten minutes after receiving it.

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