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It Hurts Me Too


Endings

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It Hurts Me Too > Endings

In this last lesson we learnn how to end the tune.  I give you a few examples to guide you in coming up with your own simle, yet memorable ending.

We also dissect proper walkdown and how to use it in an ending.  

Have fun.

Corey

 

 

 

Topics and/or subjects covered in this lesson:
Open D Tuning
Corey Harris
Eric Clapton
Slide Guitar
Open E Tuning
Elmore James
It Hurts Me Too

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Open E Tuning ( E B E G# B E )

Loop 0:00 Run-Through

Loop 2:34 Intro To Lesson

 

Download the Sheet Music PDF

 

 

Loop 3:00 Ending #1

Loop 3:26 Ending #2

Loop 4:11 Ending #3

Loop 4:27 Chorus with Ending

Loop 5:14 Other Ending Ideas

Loop 6:03 How To Make The Tune Your Own

 

 

 

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Corey Harris
Corey Harris Jul 21, 2017

Keep it up Bruce.  You are making steady progress!

Bruce Dumes
Bruce Dumes Jul 21, 2017

Thank you, Corey! That is great to hear! I will most definitely keep at it. Best to you, Bruce.

Bruce Dumes
Bruce Dumes Jul 15, 2017

Hi Corey. Back again with a more rehearsed and comfortable with the words version. I'm playing sans annoying metronome today and the time does wander a little, but hopefully with enough feeling to justify it. As you always advise, I'm really focusing on trying to start out by moderating the volume and intensity of both my guitar and vocal so that there's some room to grow. I'm trying to build it up so that the solo is the highest peak, and then bring it back down after the solo into the last verse and ending. And trying to play more accurately on the slide! Anyway, look forward to hearing your comments. Best wishes to you. Bruce

 

Corey Harris
Corey Harris Jul 18, 2017

Greetings. Your performance here is much more relaxed... you are taking your time with this and it sounds better. Two things that stand out: watch the positioning of your thumb on your left hand...seems that sometimes you are letting it float in front of the neck instead of behind the neck. Also continue to work on your slide phrasing...it seems a little stiff. Your volume when you play is good...thats what I was talking about. Keep working on thanks for sharing 

Bruce Dumes
Bruce Dumes Jul 19, 2017

Thanks, Corey! I am very grateful for the feedback and will keep working on. I look forward to sharing more efforts with you in future. Bruce

Bruce Dumes
Bruce Dumes Jul 13, 2017

Hello Corey! I'm working on playing very simple lines on the slide, really trying to focus on the tone  and playing it in tune and with feeling. That's not so much to ask, is it? :-) 

Anyway, here it is. Would be honored to hear your thoughts on it. 

Best,

Bruce

 

Corey Harris
Corey Harris Jul 18, 2017

Your slide playing is much better here...nice and relaxed. I think the quiter playing helps you get deeper into it. I would suggest working on your bass lines to the point that you can maibtain2an alternating bass. It will take s little time but it will be worth it. You can do it. All the best.....

 
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