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December 7, 2012 | Getting Into Jazz Mandolin. Success!

Now this is the kind of feedback we love the best!...

"Ted,
I am proud to say that I finished "Getting into Jazz Mandolin." Finished means that I can play the lesson at 120 bpm. I started 11/02/2009. I know because I write the date in the corner when starting a new lesson.
This was a great book and it is so easy to go up the neck. I always know what key I am playing. The fingerings are the best part and the lessons really reinforced the idea."
Ed

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Don't feel like a failure if you aren't able to get all the way through the book, though. Even if you master a few of the pages, you can be a better player. The FFcP alone is enough to justify getting the book.

If you haven't tried, maybe you should ask for it for Christmas. Or buy one for a friend.

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Posted by Ted at December 7, 2012 4:50 AM


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