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Old 01-17-2020, 03:44 PM
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Jeff,
That was awesome!
This guy is a dead on mimic. Not only the vocal timbre and inflections, but the whole body movements.
And great playing from you on the Luther part. Ditto the comment.
Really enjoyed it! Thanks for sharing that
(And yeah, this song is nowhere near as easy as it sounds).
Thanks man. One of the most fun (and better paying) gigs I ever took.
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Yes! I love that part. Very talented.
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He definitely changes keys.
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Very cool! I enjoyed this! Thanks for sharing it!
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Thanks for all the views and glad you liked it. I have enjoyed the talks and learned some things too!
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The technique shown with intro video is not practical IMHO.

He plays first position fingering on the second fret.I was taught to play otherwise and I think it is intuitive to use fingers 2 and 4 instead of 1 and 3 when doing the single note runs....otherwise you set yourself up all kinds of problems when you want to incorporate chords....




This is why I am wary of on line resources.

And,as others have described,the song is played in different keys.Just listen to the original...

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Interesting. Do you know where I can find the chord sheet that has the key changes? It would make the song a lot more interesting than just playing it in G
http://www.traditionalmusic.co.uk/jo...e-line-crd.htm

I use this version.You can transpose it to whatever key you like.

It really does not matter fi you are playing it to an audience.Play it throughout in E or G.

As long as you can keep up a good rhythm and sound somewhat close to Johnny the audience will love it!

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