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October 5, 2013 | Guitar to mandolin

Many of our readers come from a guitar background, and we've gone to great lengths to encourage these players to not think of the mandolin as just a "little guitar." There are three major strengths to exploit to make it uniquely mandolin, tremolo, range, and cross-picking. We discussed it in a recent Mandolincafe.com interview, and in depth in this week's Tips and Tricks column.

Make the most of these attributes.

Don't be "clacky."

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Posted by Ted at October 5, 2013 11:56 AM


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