Ao7/Crazy Fingers

Ao7/Crazy Fingers

Postby The Doctor » Sun Feb 18, 2007 8:37 am

How do you finger the Ao7 in Crazy Fingers?

And while I'm at it... what's one that stands out in your mind? (Or list!) :D
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Postby ebick » Sun Feb 18, 2007 9:43 am

E x
A x
D 3
G 2
B 3
E 2

Favorite, 9/21/82, MSG.....

Announcer Introduction->
Playing->
Crazy

to open the show.
Ed

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Postby The Doctor » Sun Feb 18, 2007 9:46 am

thanks!

And I don't have that show! gah!

Which means it's huntin' season~ :-)
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Postby Billbbill » Sun Feb 18, 2007 12:12 pm

I play it here

e---
b--7-
g--5-
d--7-
a--6-
E---

It's the same as the one that's in the book which is this

e-2--
b-1--
g-2--
d-1--
a---
E---


I play the full run from the Ab to the G like this

--May lady...

--Ab-Ao7-Ebmaj7-Dmaj7-Dbmaj7-Db7-Dbmaj7-Gsus4-G

e--4-------6------5-----4-----4----4------3---3-
b--4--7----8------7-----6-----6----6------3---3-
g--5--5----7------6-----5-----4----5------5---4-
d--6--7----8------7-----6-----6----6------5---5-
a--6--6----6------5-----4-----4----4----
E--4-------------------------------------(3)-(3)-

Those 2 positions for the dim 7th can kinda daisy chain up the neck voicing different inversions of the same notes. Definitely some theory goin on with that.

e-2---5---8----11----14---
b-1-4-4-7-7-10-10-13-13---
g-2-2-5-5-8--8-11-11-14---
d-1-4-4-7-7-10-10-13-13---
a---3---6----9----12------

Something having to do with perfect or equal intervals in the diminished scale I believe.

Maybe someone with more theory knowledge than me can elaborate.

Of course a hedgehog has more theory knowledge than me,

:-?
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Postby The Doctor » Sun Feb 18, 2007 1:03 pm

Wow man, cheers!

That makes it SO much easier for me... I'm a pretty poor guitar player (been playing a long time...just, really badly! I'm literally just cutting my teeth on bar chords, after...8-ish... years of playing. (I learned 3 chords from a friend, and found rukind.com and ksherlocks dylan site...the rest is history!)

so not having to bounce up and down the neck a whole lot is really good for me.

Much appreciated brother!

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Postby ebick » Sun Feb 18, 2007 1:09 pm

Doc,

Billbill is correct, my chord was wrong.
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Postby The Doctor » Sun Feb 18, 2007 2:13 pm

No problem mate, I was reading it backwards anyway, heheh
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