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A simplified self learning system for the Mandolin with tuning instruction, song folio, chord diagrams, sheet music and PDF for printing. By ZARH MYRON BICKFORD

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1—Head
2—Keys and Pegs
3—Nut
4—Neck
5—Fingerboard
G —Strings
7—Frets
8—Position Dots or Marks
9—Sounding Board or Top
10—Sound Hole or Rosette
11—Guard Plate
12—Bridge
13—Tailpiece
14—Body
The position marks serve the double purpose of ornamentation and as an aid to the quick location of certain notes or
positions. The opposite side of the instrument, not shown in the above cut, Is called the Back, while the narrow strips
glued together and forming the bowl cf the Neapolitan model are called ribs.
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