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I am practising David's lesson a lot. However it seems that the tab for the section from Em7 to A7sus4 doesn't match the mp3 (or for that matter the text description of what David is doing).
The text says "Here we go from strumming the Em7 to playing a run of four notes which will end on A, the root of our A7sus4. "
But I can only see that a run of three notes ending on 2nd fret A string. Surely after this he is playing the open A string before partial strumming?
Am i misunderstanding or is this just a mistake in the tab?
By the way, terrific lesson!! As always....
I wish you were there when I first tried to learn this song.
I have been playing for about 17 years.
Just following the upstroke/downstrokes helped me make this song sound better.
I think I was always just trying to fudge the strokes.
lineagecreed wrote:so when i do the verse strumming, I'll do
d duud dud(change) so I change chord on the last down, but when I hear Dave's lesson, it's songs more as
d duud duud(change) on the last d, so which is it?
What example is the first part of the pink floyd how I wish song in the lesson for beginner songs? It seems as though the the first few examples were just practice, which one is the real deal? Smile
If I remember correctly they are variations, (partial strummings, single notes etc) you can pick whichever one you would like or mix and match.
rag_doll_92 wrote:I don't understand oktay, variations? Which ones the begining???
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