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Frank
Hi Muris I have a question about the fast Country solo.
According to the video lesson is in the part #3
G C

-------3------3------3------3---------|--------------------------------------|
--2h-3---2h-3---2h-3---2h-3---------|--------------------8---8---L----L--L-|
------------------------------3s-2-0--|----------------5---7b--7b--Lpb--Lp-5-|
--------------------------------------|-------5---7p-5---5-------------------|
--------------------------------------|--6h-7---7----------------------------|
--------------------------------------|--------------------------------------|


When you playing the part in the G cord on the B string you strike the 2h and just place my finger on 3 with out striking it ? When you play the 3 on the E sting you strike the string with your finger or with the pick? In the C cord we have double stings looks like only on the G string 7b is marked with bend. I don’t have to bend both stings B and G. On the B string we have here L- L- L and on the G string we have Lpb- Lp-5 pleas explain how you play this. Thank you Muris
Muris Varajic
Hi Frenk. smile.gif

I'll try to explain it and you correct me if I miss something.
First question,you play(with the pick) 2nd fret on B string and then you do hammer-on(no pick) to 3rd fret.
Second question,You play 3rd fret on high E string(with middle finger).

Now about C chord.
You have to bend only G string and not B string.
It goes like this,you play them together,you bend the G,release the G,do pull-off on G
and then play them together once more.

These Ls make some confusion,I know.
Just try to listen more,you'll get feel of each lick much better. smile.gif
Frank
What I was asking about the 3 rd fret on E string is ,if you use your right hand finger to pick the string just like on the classical guitar in stead of the pick.
Muris Varajic
QUOTE (Frank @ Feb 25 2008, 03:29 AM) *
What I was asking about the 3 rd fret on E string is ,if you use your right hand finger to pick the string just like on the classical guitar in stead of the pick.


I answered to that,check it out.
You use middle finger for high E string and the pick for B string. smile.gif
It's easy to notice in slow video tho,isn't it?
Frank
Thank you Muris fore the help .I wasn’t shore at the first time about a ring finger, because I do use my ring finger on my left hand on the E string . It is noticeable on the slow video that you use your right hand fingers to pick the strings.
Muris Varajic
Yeah,you were asking about picking so I only said "ring" finger.
It's right hand ring finger of course. smile.gif
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