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post #3751 of 5076
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w3VVInGR_Z4


tabs don't teach you picking patterns or finger placement
post #3752 of 5076
Thread Starter 
Youtube > tab but if that's all you've got at least it's a start.

PSA: papastache and Mike Gross ftw on youtube.
post #3753 of 5076


Arrives Wednesday. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #3754 of 5076
^^^ Beauty! Congrats!
post #3755 of 5076
looks great, especially the burst



(mint guard!)
post #3756 of 5076
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by gomestar View Post

learn to play every breath you take. I forgot how much fun that one is to play until O reminded me. Learning it is a workout for your finger stretch, pick timing, and pick attack.

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Five fret stretch on that F#m add 9.
post #3757 of 5076
it's a stretch, but the hard part, IMO, isn't necessarily the stretch but the fat fingers string dud that results from the stretch
post #3758 of 5076
Thread Starter 
You or O were right in that it's a good lesson. It's not just the stretch but the nature of the fingering on the stretch when the index needs to move from the low E down to hit that minor.
post #3759 of 5076
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Originally Posted by gomestar View Post

looks great, especially the burst



(mint guard!)

Thanks guys.

Re: burst - yes, it is lighter than a lot of the ones I've seen from recent year production - all getting more color-dense and saturated. Love being able to see the grain.
post #3760 of 5076
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by El Argentino View Post

Thanks guys.

Re: burst - yes, it is lighter than a lot of the ones I've seen from recent year production - all getting more color-dense and saturated. Love being able to see the grain.

Yeah, I like your burst. Very similar to mine actually.
post #3761 of 5076
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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post

You or O were right in that it's a good lesson. It's not just the stretch but the nature of the fingering on the stretch when the index needs to move from the low E down to hit that minor.

and proper picking motions
post #3762 of 5076
Anyone else remember having difficulty pulling off C-shape bar chords? Love the intonation of moving from an E-shape to C-shape (Ie Amaj (e shape on 5) to Emaj (C-shape on 4), but fingers don't enjoy that change.
post #3763 of 5076
the intro to Under the Bridge was changed for live shows and requires the C-Bar. Because why not complicate the matter for an audience.
post #3764 of 5076
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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post

You or O were right in that it's a good lesson. It's not just the stretch but the nature of the fingering on the stretch when the index needs to move from the low E down to hit that minor.

BLAH
post #3765 of 5076
NVM just repeated what you said because I can't read. I used to bar the chord before I noticed Andy moving the index, that stretch was harder!
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