Richter Mandolin 3rd Edition PDF (sold through this site; digital interactive version sold through Apple iTunes bookstore for iPad only) has been updated to include links to audio and video of the book’s lesson. For sale for $10 through this website’s store.
I have now posted Aerosmith’s Dream On to the tablature page. It is the tablature for this video: Also I have now begun attaching Progression/Notion files to tabs. These can be viewed on your iPad, Mac, and PC with either the Progression or Notion apps (the iPad apps are called Progression for iPad […]
Richter Mandolin: Postmodern Blues, Rock, & Alt-Folk Mandolin Edition 3 now available as a PDF Digital Download jimrichter.com is now offering Edition 3 as an immediate PDF digital download. It has everything from the iPad version of Edition 3 except for the embedded media files and interactivity. Most audio and video files can be found at this permanent location on […]
New tab added–Grant Street Rock. This is a tune I wrote for this year’s 4th annual Richter Mandolin Camp for the Rest of Us. It is a slinky tune w/ lots of syncopation. As was last year’s tune (Grant Street Blues–also on the tab page), it’s named after one of the Camp’s sponsors and seat […]
I have several left over T-Shirts from all 4 years of the camp in the Storefront. These are available for $20 shipping included in the USA. Each year has limited sizes available.
This is a demonstration of my arrangement of Live and Let Die (Paul McCartney) that I developed for a class I taught at my mandolin camp this summer on arranging rock standards for mandolin. Obviously, the cool part of the tune–the Gminor hook between the opening verse and the reggae-influenced bridge–is what drives this arrangement. […]
Hello all In the past two years of the current incarnation of the website, I have had 100,000 visits–80,000 of them unique users. During that time I have had 100,000 visits to my tablature page. This bandwidth usage is expensive. Until now, I’ve operated according to a donation only “give as you see fit” philosophy. […]