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(Mar 01, 2003)
There are certain important aspects of learning an instrument which must be seen to be understood. Incorrect technical habits severely limit speed, accuracy, and tone quality. Our specialized pick technique study, will give you the skills necessary to become a good player quickly. Includes: all the details of right-hand and left-hand technique, hammer-ons, pull-offs, finger exercises, rhythm strumming, chopping, proper method for changing strings, using the cassette recorder as a learning aid, tuning, & much more. Red Haired Boy, Fire On The Mountain, Old Joe Clark, Bill Cheatham, Goldrush, Sugarfoot Rag, Road To Columbus Video and Book course Beginning Intermediate
"I really enjoy your method for teaching mandolin. It is the best I have ever found." D Shinault--Cleveland, OH -- individualSee all Editorial Reviews
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If he had bothered to really review this entire program he would have realized that the booklet, which, I understand, is included with the purchase of the VHS tape and is, also, in the DVD subdirectory \Extras\TAB is all ANY beginner needs to learn the beginning steps to playing mandolin.
Like most of Huckabees tapes and DVD's it is quite good at teaching a willing student...even one that feels limited in their abilities. If one has ANY adequate desire to really learn they can begin with the mandlin here. Start with fifteen minutes of practice TWICE per day and pretty soon you won't even notice how long you practice. Within one year you should be playing with a few friends. Just DO IT! Trust me on this.