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Cabin Home on the Hill in G

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Published on Apr 22, 2009

Describing some possibilities for playing a mandolin break on a popular Bluegrass song. Note, when I speak of "sliding into third" I'm speaking of the interval, not necessarily the fret number. On the major scale, the "third" is the same as "Mi" as in Do Re Mi Fa Sol, etc. A major scale has a major third, a minor scale has a minor (flatted) third, and a blues scale has a sliding third. String bending on a guitar can get a similar effect.

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