Thanks guys. It has assured me in what you both just said. Great music was produced long before synthesisation. Enhancements do help of course, especially for the experienced player. But forthe likes of me and other pupils similar, Its playing skills before anything else. Cheers!
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This is a lesson for beginners or mid level students. Here I show you how to play a song in the style of Elmore James (Mississippi, 1918) was an American blues guitarist, considered the father of the bottleneck guitar or slide guitar. Here I show you an arrangement of "Dust my Broom" using Open D tuning.
I play a Fender Telecaster, nocaster pickups, ENGL crunch, SM57 micro.
Open D tuning: D,A,D,F#,A,D
-Tempo & Beat:
104pm (Slows 60bpm)
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