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Pete Martin Interview

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Episode 20 - Pete Martin Interview

This episode introduces you to the world of Pete Martin. Pete is an accomplished fiddler, mandolinist, teacher, and publisher of instructional materials. I think you will find some useful ideas in this interview.

We talk contest fiddling, jazz, tenor guitar, transcribing and all sorts of stuff. I could have talked with Pete for hours! Have fun!

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Links for this episode:

Pete Martin's website is here.

The outro music for this episode was supplied by Pete running through a bunch of variations on "Cotton Patch Rag" on mandolin.

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I did a little digital archeology on my old Macintosh and I found the Egyptian hieroglyphics font that I mentioned in this episode. If you want it just click here. (It is a "True Type Font") The "read me" file was still there with my goofy request for people to send me something.

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