Mandolin Cafe – by Scott Tichenor
A wonderful site comprised of multiple databases including news, news feed, discussion forums, online classified ads, it’s own store, links to Social Groups, lists of mandolin builders, lists of workshops, music listening (mp3), a host of sponsors who sell great mandolin related wares, and a “We Recommend” link showing various and sundry enjoyment that mandolin lovers can enjoy. A wonderful site with a huge community of well minded individuals!
JazzMando.Com – By Ted Eschliman
All about jazz and the mandolin. Musician and author Ted Eschliman offers a host of tutorials, books and articles on mandolin, music theory, methodology, practice guides, hands-on reviews of mandolins from various builders (including pictures), and a great list of links to related reading for all types of mandolin enthusiasts. Ted has poured hours and hours, weeks, months and years into this site that provides such a wealth of interest.
Dawgnet – the website of Dave Grisman
Dave Grisman is one of the greatest mandolinists of the past one hundred years (and there’s lots of greats to choose from). If you want to learn what is is to be a great musician or a great man among men, study what this man does.
Petimar Press – by Pete Martin
Pete Martin has put together a huge amount of educational books and tune books for mandolinists. There are anthologies, fake books, scale books and chord books. Pete offers his wares at very reasonable prices on the honor system. Please honor him by paying what he asks for all you find to be helpful.
Terry Lewis is another contributor to the world of knowledge about mandolin. That is to say, he gives much more than he asks for. He has published an exhaustive encyclopedia of Scales and Modes for the Mandolin for sale at a modest price. Please visit his website to read and learn more from a star in the online mandolin community.