Tag Archives: music instruction

What Happened To My Frets?

Frets Magazine (1979-1989) In 1979, I had just finished my first year at college and returned home for a summer break.  Of course, my banjo, guitar and mandolin came back home with me.  After walking into a nearby music store, … Continue reading

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Music Teacher or Therapist?

I recall a student I had many years ago when I lived in Michigan. She was a young, slim, attractive lady. Anyway, she showed up for her first guitar lesson and after our initial introduction, I sat down to discuss … Continue reading

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Welcome to Fretmentor’s Blog

I welcome you to an insightful blog for, and about the fretted instrumentalist.  My blog focuses on the banjo, guitar and mandolin.  These three instruments have been a part of my life for many years.  Music is my passion and … Continue reading

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