thank you...another nice lesson. the A dim chord shown in a previous lesson revealed that turn around to me during the week and now I see you playing it as well. the use of the picking thumb is a nice tip (pun noted) as well
I didn't have the A diminished chord shape before....thank you
you sound great
thanks for teh reply Mike.....yes a run through at the opening of the lesson or at the end..two choruses. I do not have an iddues with the chord charts as they are now.
I just do not get the shape of the song when it is not played through...too fragmented for my little brain I guess.
for me this is among the more confused and confusing lessons...
Duke PLEASE play through the whole form twice rather than this only piecemeal stuff ...I get lost trying to understand where you are...
Mike C....I think this is why others have asked for TAB, all the stops and starts without an overarching version to show the song form is why I have not tried to master a few of these lessons.
I am not trying to be bitchy, I am sorry if it comes across sour...it is just sort of frustrating to get all this info without that most basic form played through clearly...
happy birthday Corey.
(golden rings on ya is an expression I heard Toots H use to tout things. "may you be adorned with golden rings"..a sort of blessing I suppose. I just liked the idea of that)
another terrific lesson..gold rings on ya!
Mark, there is a backing track on the previous lesson.
to pst of video one needs to open the backing track in one pane (tab) and then open the same page in another pane (tab).
it is hard to remember to hit add comment after one "publishes" a video.. I must have tossed awat three or four atttempts because I didn;t recall that add comment is required
lowest string? to the ground but not by pitch of course..the half step down stuff I have never thought of as a Adim/F...I will post a vid after a while with a few licks I use across some of these changes. that D 7 has an inversion that is very tasty..when I I saw Robert Lockwood heard a ton of great alternatives for this sort of thing. He didn't even swear at me!
hmmm, Lonnie Johnson has early stuff with double Drop (that what I call it anyway where the A string is also dropped a whle step)...Dropped D is just the low string down a whole step...I just listened to Malted Milk and I do not hear RJ going onto his sixth string at all. I guess I have just played it that way since I learned a lot of the D blues moves via Sleepy John Estes playing in Dropped D and I think that is where I caught that sort of turn around...it is really hard to think back through how I learned to do what I do. I am sorry if I am adding confusion to any of this.
Isn't Malted Milk a Dropped D tune....maybe that is just the way I learned it way back. It is hard to keep how they did straight from how I first learned it somehow....
Alex.....people are making myths about Rj's tunings. All his stuff in there with the main blues tunings.I mean standard , Dropped D, open A/G and Open E/D.. Woody Mann and others have tabbed it out fairly nicely.
Bo Carter is the one that is really hard to figure out. that stuff is very tricky with the double drops etc.
some nice variations in there Corey..gonna grab up a few of those bits. the little walk down from A to G, and some of that chord partial stuff on the B n E string. Makes me wish I could sing right as well
gonna have to learn that "wonder if my baby ....." phrase.....another nice one thanks Corey!
it might be interesting and useful to finish this series off with a more Chuck Berry-ed up version if for no other reason than contrast alone. (and of course some Chuck Berry style lessons would be a trat themselves)
Corey is both JR and eddie taylor in one!!!! cool stuff. thanks
howlin wolf's sloppy old Sittin on Top of the World would be cool too
this is a nice one....nuacnes
Forgot your password?