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206_thumb Peter wolf left a comment on: Little Wheel Ending
Oddly... rough, sloppy playing, and sounding like I am struggling with the guitar has never been a problem for me.  Nor has deviating freely from the 12-bar form ;-) Witness...
2018_thumb Bruce dumes left a comment on: Little Wheel Ending
Hey Duke. So here's another try at this. I practiced playing it along with JLH and I think I've got a much better handle on the groove now. There's a kind of a bubble you feel when...
1919_thumb Dan zanes published a lesson: Coney Island Avenue Chords, Riffs and Rhythm
Greetings Guitar Wizards!! Coney Island Avenue! Here we go in the key of A with a song that I wrote a few years ago to celebrate my favorite street in Brooklyn. In this lesson...
1631_thumb Steve lauder left a comment on: Little Wheel Ending
A fun song. I am going for the feel/mood here more so than correctness. A couple of cloth bandades are allowing me to continue due to blisters. I do very little finger...
1621_thumb Chris eldridge published a lesson: Butter and Eggs Using Timbre and Slurs to Create Lyricism
Hello Friends, Guitar offers us many different ways to play the same note. This is truly one of the instrument’s strengths because it allows for a great deal of variance...
804_thumb Rick estrin left a comment on: Sloppin' and Slidin' First Verse Breakdown
Hi Bill - You are correct. The bass line does have a semi-minor, or “blues“ minor feel and sound, so you can hit the major 3rd, (the unbent three draw) on the V chord, but not on...
Corey Bruno mothe left a comment on: Bright Lights, Big City Singing and Endings
Hi Mr. Corey.. My first video playing acoustic blues here on Sonic Junction. Hope to get some tips from you, in order to improve my blues guitar. Best regards
Dennis Bill blatner left a comment on: Sloppin' and Slidin' First Verse Breakdown
Hi again, So I'm noticing that the guitar line has a minor feel and you never hit the 3-draw natural, even over the 1 chord.  Is that right?  You can't do the 3rd of the scale...
2018_thumb Bruce dumes left a comment on: Little Wheel Ending
Hey Duke! Glad to read on your Facebook page how much you are enjoying Poland! I'll bet the food is amazing! Here's another attempt at Little Wheel. It really is such an elusive...
804_thumb Rick estrin published a lesson: Sloppin' and Slidin' First Verse Breakdown
Hey Sonic Junction - This week I’ll be breaking down verse one of my new piece, Sloppin’ and Slidin’. Like a lot of the verses in this piece, this first verse...
1631_thumb Steve lauder left a comment on: Little Wheel Ending
Blisters, ouch, and no crazy glue to remedy :(  
6_thumb Duke robillard published a lesson: Little Wheel Ending
Hi Friends, We are on the last lesson for "Little Wheel" this week and I reitterate many of the points about this song and John Lee Hooker's style. My most important advise is...
1621_thumb Chris eldridge left a comment on: Banks of the Ohio Chords and Rhythm
Michael, that’s a great idea. Keep your eyes peeled for future lessons. 
804_thumb Rick estrin left a comment on: Sloppin' and Slidin' Performance
Like I said, it’s hard to describe (at least for me) - But the key is usually finesse rather than muscl. 
Dennis Bill blatner left a comment on: Sloppin' and Slidin' Performance
Huh!  Scale down the focus and magnitude of he compression.  I would have thought the opposite.  Thanks - that's definitely something to explore.  Yeh, Sonny Boy does some things,...
Chris Michael widman left a comment on: Banks of the Ohio Chords and Rhythm
Can you post notation for the vocal melody?
804_thumb Rick estrin left a comment on: Sloppin' and Slidin' Performance
Hi Bill - Glad you like the piece. Rusty tells me that by me being such a primitive guitar player, I sometimes come up with some cool “ignorant“ bass lines that a real guitar...
Dennis Bill blatner left a comment on: Sloppin' and Slidin' Performance
Hi Rick, Good to virtually see you again.  I like the guitar line - spooky without being cheesy.  Not an easy feat. I love your ideas.  Seems like every verse I think I...
1621_thumb Chris eldridge left a comment on: Butter and Eggs Introduction and Chords
Jack, thank you so much for these kind words. It’s a wonderful community that we have here and I feel lucky to be a part of it! cheers, Chris
1621_thumb Chris eldridge liked a comment:
Hello Chris, one more time a beautiful tune to learn, this one interestingly different, a melancholic folk ballad. Frankly Chris, I’m amazed at the quality of what you do for us....
2039_thumb Rémy left a comment on: Butter and Eggs Introduction and Chords
Ok. Never'been in Lyon. I live in Tours.Cheers :)
Chris Jack left a comment on: Butter and Eggs Introduction and Chords
I'm  from  Lyon. Do you know the  city  ?
2039_thumb Rémy left a comment on: Butter and Eggs Introduction and Chords
Hi french buddy ;)Where are you from ?
2039_thumb Rémy liked a comment:
Hello Chris, one more time a beautiful tune to learn, this one interestingly different, a melancholic folk ballad. Frankly Chris, I’m amazed at the quality of what you do for us....
Chris Jack left a comment on: Butter and Eggs Introduction and Chords
Hello Chris, one more time a beautiful tune to learn, this one interestingly different, a melancholic folk ballad. Frankly Chris, I’m amazed at the quality of what you do for us....
1720_thumb Gagi left a comment on: Keep The Change Performance and Introduction
yes I'm interested....where can i find it,on badassharmonica? I'm living too far from united states and if it possible I can do this with online...
1621_thumb Chris eldridge liked a comment:
Really loved the discussion on dynamics! I find myself focusing on that more and more and in all kinds of musical settings. Thanks for that. Also, great song for playing in D....
1621_thumb Chris eldridge liked a comment:
Chris thanks for this Butter and Eggs request, and Jeruseleum Ridge, Roy Cotton
1621_thumb Chris eldridge liked a comment:
Yeeees, the good news of the day ! Was hoping this ! Thank you for this week-end gift :)
1621_thumb Chris eldridge liked a comment:
beautiful ... what a treat to not only see you play it but to teach it ... unbelievable man.
 
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