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Posted on June 8, 2009 by fretmentor
You may have heard of a basic musical concept referenced as “Playing by Ear” or “Ear Training”. What does it mean and is it possible for you to train your ear to play a banjo, guitar or mandolin? With a … Continue reading →
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