I like to play this take off on the D to set up the last verse.
Build tension, then resolve.
Agreed!tcsned wrote:D is what I've always done. It's the 5th of G and resolves to the G for the last verse. If we're talking about the last two measures of the bridge - B/A/ | D /
Entirely possible. I remember hearing Warren Haynes talking about his first rehearsals with the Allman Bros and getting to some point in One Way Out and he band stopping and asking what the hell are you doing? He said that he was playing the part just like Live at the Filmore. They laughed. He responded, damn! Do you know how much time it took to learn how to play that mistake?jackaroo wrote:
Two...Jerry makes a "mistake". He hits a B, coming up from the A on whole step below. The A is the root of the chord he's playing over then comes that B. Some folks hear that and think " oh it's a b note therefore the underlying chord is a B.