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August 24, 2013 | Free PDF: "Tenor Book"

Primers on tenor guitar/mandola/tenor banjo aren't exactly plentiful, so we're delighted when we came across over in the Mandolin Cafe forum, a valiant effort to document the basics of CGDA tuning. Especially when they are offered as a free resource.

Below is a valiant effort by tenor enthusiast Sean Ryder worth downloading. note names, chords, Circle of 5ths, blank chord templates, you'll find a lot you can use here!

Link: Sean Ryder Tenor Book PDF

This resource is freely distributed for personal use, not intended for profit.


Posted by Ted at August 24, 2013 5:54 AM

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