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Hello friends, is this version of Sleepwalk in 6/8 or 12/8?
John Scofield makes his students learn this solo by Lester Young.
Do you think I should change my Voc AC30 from class A to class AB? If I do the tubes/valves will last longer says the technician .I'm worried that...
Hope this has not been posted before. He even does Moonlight in Vermont.
Its a nice chord at 2.06-2.07, some sort of G i Guess?. Great version of "Crazy Arms" btw.
Do you play them even in pairs of eighth notes or let the first note ring longer?
Is it free jazz with no time signature?
Hope this has not been posted before. Interesting stuff . a lot about timing and others stuff like Coltrane.
How do you count half-note triplets?
This is how Allan Holdsworth works with scales. I got this from Pebber Brown.
"Holdsworth system of scales is based on 3 octave chromatic...
I can do the 4/4 and the 2/4 but I find the 2/2 hard. Is it like 2/4 where you count 1-2 and the downbeat (1) is strong and the 2 is weak?
How do you approach this odd time signature? How to count ect.
In an interview Mick Taylor said that he would play on the I chord what most people would play over the IV. What does he mean by that?
Some of the fast players like Hiland and Lee uses chromatic lines a lot. Here are some they use. There are probably more so please fill in....
Do The Atkins/Travis-style view the muted bass notes as quarter or eigth notes? I see both in tabs. What is most usable?
In 4/4: Do you play chord tones (always/often) on beat 1. and 3.?
And is this something you think about?
I`been working on Albert Lees playing and to me he has some pet runs he uses a lot. Like in the tune " I got a woman" at 0.58 to 0.59....
I`m having some problem finding the 1/downbeat, I kinda get lost often. Any ideas of how to identify it?
So you play the chord tones on beat 2 and 4 with a jazz/swing tune in 4/4?
The Hellecasters and Chet Atkins! is using tapping, and I think it makes it a bit more easy..
Does anybody have the chords to this song from 1926 by M. Pinkard / S. Mitchell / F. Alexander
Here it is as a Istrumental by Eddie Condon...
Some players only play the 3 and 7 of a chord, often on the D and G string. Do they play only those 2 strings, or do they mute the other strings...
What is Mr Burton doing here?:shock:
If you play say a g7b9 arpeggio do you play it like this:
Read an interview with Eric Clapton and he said that he was ”singing” with his guitar and that it took a bit of experience to play what he heard...