Basic Irish Rhythm, dropped D chords, acoustic, folk, Celtic, Jig, Danceby Lian Gerbino
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This is the famous folk Irish song called "Lanigan's Ball". I have prepared this easy version for beginners.
You will play flatpicking solo and fingerstyle accompaniment with alternating bass.
The accompaniment is playing with four chords: Em, Am, D, Bm
As you can see in the video, for the chords I put the palm of my right hand on the sixth, fifth and fourth strings.
This allows me to get a more beautiful sound by palm muting those strings.
Perform the song very slowly at first, then gradually increase the speed until you master the technique.
Lanigan's Ball melody - video parts 1-2
Accompaniment - video parts 3 and 4
Gear used :
Acoustic guitar: Taylor 410 CE
Strings: Elixir Polyweb .012-.052
Onboard Fishman Prefix Plus - right channel
Mini mic Audio Technica Pro 70 - left channel
USB audio interface - Focusrite Scarlett 2i4
Key : E minor
Tuning : Standard
Tempo : 110 bpm
Chord progression :
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