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Discussion in 'Tab, Tips, Theory and Technique' started by boneyguy, Apr 21, 2017.
....although having the tab would be useful I suppose.
My favorite written piece has always been this:
Those two are excellent examples of the extremes of the challenge of sight reading! Wait...Imsee the second he has no sharps or fits...let me give that a try!?!?
Why just last week I was humming a Cro-Magnon skinning chant. Quelle chance!!
A skinning chant? Oh boy!
I just showed a friend of mine how to play the guitar riff last Sunday.
Now I gotta learn the cowbell part!
You didn't noticed the key signature that contained both sharps and flats? And the bottom lines, check out treble and bass clef. I wonder if Tommy Tedesco could have read that? Ha!
Have you noticed the note "Keep both feet together"? Oh, boy, it is a good one
Mike, I will admit that I didn't study it much at all....I realized it was farcical. I found this this morning....
I knew it was meant humorously, but still couldn't help analyzing it. The more I looked, the funnier it became.
Cool link. If it hadn't been written by a family member, it probably wouldn't have been nearly as interesting. Fascinating that the guy was a monk and a composer.
How 'bout a video tutorial. Looks pretty complex.
Practice bill, all it takes is a little practice to get the correct wrist inflections.
I have FA&DW hanging on the wall behind my guitar at school. It's a gasser! One day I hope to be skilled enough to play it. Or even read it. What key is Fear the Reaper in, and how do I tune my cowbell?