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Most of the verse in Bob Seeger "Hollywood Nights."
She stood there bright as the sun
On that California coast...
Put a big fat G7 after the D in the chorus and before the C in the verse.
This is how the Beatles' "Oh, Darling" ends (among other songs.) Is there a name for this cadence?
My bandmate like to quote "Flintstones" when we're playing "Ophelia." We like it.
Thanks, Tim. I understand most of that.
The 2 is a minor chord, right? So, in A, wouldn't the b2 be Bbmin and the #1 be A#maj?
It's based on Japanese craftsmanship. thus the name 'katana,' Japanese for sword. It seems as though you could tap that block out upon loosening...
This is cool!
Elizabeth Cotten. Hendrix played upside down like her.
I love the languid ostinato in that number. Did he extend the solo in the third movement? :wink:
I have also been trying to get into the habit of keeping my thumb on the back of the neck (instead of curled around, as I taught myself...) I...
That looks like the ticket. I guess I didn't dig deep enough. StewMac was the first place I looked.
Seems like they're called mounting nuts,...