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. […]
Well, many of you will now benefit from the work put into this year’s mandolin camp. I have posted tabs to Zeppelin’s The Rain Song (my most requested tune to tab), AC/DC’s Back in Black, Cream’s Sunshine of Your Love, and Paul McCartney’s Live and Let Die. These each demonstrate that with some forethought and understanding of your instrument, you […]
The 2014 Richter Mandolin Camp is now over. It’s 4th year was a success with co-instruction from Don Julin and 23 attendees from around the country, coming as far as New Mexico and Colorado. The camp spent much time on developing musical identity, learning the mandolin fretboard, jamming for dummies, how to arrange […]