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Discussion in 'Tab, Tips, Theory and Technique' started by johnny k, May 16, 2018.
Time to implement the Ol’ Blue Eyes pedal
you ve got the first 5 notes in ex 1 played on the b string in the wayne hancock song !
Check out Grady Martin's solo on the classic "My Window Faces The South"
Here's a great George Barnes solo (it's just a blues)
Are you capable of identifying that all that is going on in those examples is an outline of a major chord (E in this case)?
It's the "C" chord shape of the CAGED system.
Please don't possibly interpret that in any way other than I simply don't know how long you've been playing and what background you have with guitar. That question might seem rather easy, or very complex depending on how much you already know.
I find it best to approach solos like this from their chord standpoint rather than a scale standpoint.
do you mean this E ? if i can remember what i ve read about CAGED, this makes the E chord played in the C position. I think when i solo i tend to play the scale of the chord. So if it is a A / E thing, i try to play first in A then switch to the E scale. Which scale i don t know, though.
That guitar solo is awesome, i love it ! that s the next one i ll try to learn !
This guitar solo is cool too, but i find it more rockabilly, probably because of the bends.
You got it.
I thought you were talking about this:
You should like these if you're not already familiar:
Hmm. Well, look at each beat as an eighth-note triplet. ONE-and-uh Two-and-uh Three-and-uh Four-and-uh. Make each syllable sound for the same duration, as if you had 12 equal-length notes, not like Lawrence Welk counting off a tune. Do that over and over until it's easy and natural.
Now, to swing, just leave out the -and-, or more accurately, add it to the ONE, Two, Three, Four. One-uh Two-uh Three-uh Four-uh.
This is basic swing. There's all kinds of discussions about variations, shuffles, different grooves and "feels." And there is a fair bit of that, you'll get it all once you're swingin'.
I ve got a transcription of fat boy rag in Fred Sokolow i think. I ll have to try it.
I love some of Fred's stuff, but his Jr Barnard is in positions that Jr doesn't appear to play in the video's I've seen and people I've talked to.
oh ok. I ll have to give it a try to see if it works for me.
I like Leon’s advice about listening and learning to feel the swing pulse. Aimee Nolte has several great videos about swinging, starting with this:
Listen to as much music with sung rhythm's as you can. You have to have a body feel for it or you will sound robotic and, for lack of a better term,"white".....LOL!
Awafullly nice girl she can fake it, but i play thr guitar : i ll still jam to her songs.