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October 29, 2010 | Don Julin lessons on Skype and YouTube

JulinYouTube.jpgWe've enjoyed exploring the excellent video lessons from the Traverse City, Michigan mandolin master, Don Julin, free and available through YouTube. One in particular, his "All 12 keys in First Position" actually uses a hybrid combination of the FFcP concept and traditional open strings to navigate the fretboard. Extra credit for identifying the book in the background. (Gotta love product placement in the movies.)

Video link: Mandolin Lesson - All 12 keys in first position

Also download pdf_sm.gif pdf-support files.

Check out the other sample lessons. Julin also offers private instruction globally through the miracle of modern technology via skype.

Mandolin Lesson - Basic Left and Right Hand
How to Play Mr. Natural
Mandolin Lesson - 324 Chords in under 4

You can also here some of his audio contributions to our website on our JazzMando PROFESSIONAL'S SOUND LAB

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Additional information:
donjulin.com
Don Julin's free lessons on YouTube
Contact Don: donjulin@charter.net
(231) 392-9184 USA

Posted by Ted at October 29, 2010 6:38 AM


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