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October 16, 2014 | Zak Borden: Build Your Own Chords! Part 1

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Last week, we took a step back to review the building blocks of the triad on the mandolin fretboard through the artistry of Don Julin. We're going to review similar material from Brazillionares mandolinist Zak Borden. He has a similar knack for explaining some of the music theory complexities in terminology we can all understand. The following is the first of a three part series. You'll want to dig deeper, for sure!

Video Link: Zak Borden: Build Your Own Chords! Part 1


YouTube channel: Zak Borden

Posted by Ted at October 16, 2014 6:57 PM


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