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Interesting stuff! I also count 6/8 to this tune (Yes i play rhythm guitar in a shadows cover band). I know some think of this tune as 3/4. Will...
When I play rhythm guitar on this song I count to 6:1-2-3-4-5-6, emphasis on beat 1 on 4. just downstrokes. Most of the time the chords change...
I think Clapton is the master of mixing minor and major pentatonic. Very tasty stuff.
Yes the original is alto great. the rhythm guitar on both versions sound very similar I think. just down stokes.
Thanks guys. Hank got a great sound in his guitar here.
Hello friends, is this version of Sleepwalk in 6/8 or 12/8?
John Scofield: " I teach a little at NYU and I made my students learn Lester Young’s solo in “Lady Be Good” from 1936. It’s a beautiful solo, it’s...
John Scofield makes his students learn this solo by Lester Young.
I Agree but I guess its because most guitarist can't read music. Most oboe players can I guess
Is it a good idea to learn his scale systems?
I see. thank you:grin:
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.
How does Baker book compare to Mel Bays "The Orchestral Chord System for Guitar" from 1947? (This book is still in print...
I Think of it this way:
The whole tone scale is the parent scale of a dominant augmented chord (c7+)
The augmented scale is the parent scale...
@GuitOp81: thank you for the tab.
JB i don't have to prove anything to you, that you can not play that chord is not my problem. This is my last reply about this chords its not...
JB: you mute the b-string with the tip of your index finger. I guess Redd thinks we are crazy if he reads this:lol:
Yes Big Daddy Remember that country is three chords and the truth:razz:
Some hard rock and fusion player uses the 7-position system (3-notes-per-string) Some fusion players also use 4-notes-per-string. Maybe try these...
Leon: I think its sounds like this version of F/G: 3 x 3 2 x 1.
Thanks guys, interesting as always.