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You've got a G# in the Amj7 chord & a G natural in the Em7 chord - had you spotted that?
What that means is that you have mixed & matched modes...
Just saying well done, & keep going. I know this is really a personal odyssey, but a bit of applause from the cheap seats never hurts ;)
Don't be sorry, I'm obviously not being as clear as I thought I was. Let me try again. That part you've picked out is just three chord shapes,...
How high/low are you wearing the guitar?
Classical technique is based around playing seated, left leg raised, guitar positioned on that. The...
Strings (e = high E) and fret numbers.
e 5 means high E string, 5th fret.
...would be an open position E major...
Ok, I finally have a bit of time :)
I've just had a listen through to all the different versions in the thread, and it has reminded me that...
Next step up from major or minor pentatonics is to combine them. eg combine A major pent and A minor pent to give you a multi purpose, super...
Doh - I never got back to you about this, did I? Ooops!
Sorry about that - I'll try to get on it asap, got the family round at the moment ;)
The right technique is the one that allows you to accomplish what you want, at that moment. In all likelihood one performance will need you to...
I tried lobbying to get kfowler8 VIP status for introducing the idea, but it never happened.
After 5 years, maybe the time is right now?
I saw him a couple of years ago supporting The Old Crow Medicine Show. Really enjoyed his set, thanks for reminding me! :)
The flip side of that is that theory on its own isn't worth a damn. It only means anything in context, related to real music.
So the more music...
80% at least of playing music (not just playing guitar) is playing the song as it was written. If you don't, you ain't...