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 #70101  by trking8
 Wed Dec 16, 2009 10:20 pm
hoy, hoy, here's a video lesson for a scarlet begonias jam, lead guitar, working around the mixolydian scale:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YY2AR19kyZM
different phrasings, positions, etc. for intermediate to advanced guitarists.

enjoy and peace out,
terry

http://www.youtube.com/user/trking8
 #72285  by phpbb
 Thu Jan 21, 2010 2:28 pm
trking8 wrote:wow, didn't know we had a corporate sponsor. t
I believe "Andrea" is a bot, or a very low priced human spammer from india.
 #72292  by strumminsix
 Thu Jan 21, 2010 3:42 pm
phpbb wrote:
trking8 wrote:wow, didn't know we had a corporate sponsor. t
I believe "Andrea" is a bot, or a very low priced human spammer from india.
My theory is cyborg or terminator. People call me paranoid.
 #74712  by LazyLightnin
 Mon Feb 22, 2010 9:37 am
I guess i find it easier to say E major than B mixo since the verse starts on an E. love landing on that Eb over the final B chord after chorus, climbing the scale up to the 12 fret and hittin that E right before i sing "wind in the willows"! -good stuff, great scale for dead tunes. would you refer to sugaree as being in E or Bmixo?
 #74713  by dleonard
 Mon Feb 22, 2010 10:08 am
In my mind I'm sort of doing the E Major over the E chord and B mixo over the B chord, even though it's the same thing. Helps finding and hitting those chord tones easier for me. What a fun song to jam on.
 #98866  by butlersdog
 Thu Jun 02, 2011 11:02 pm
This would have been a good or a great thing to play music with. Having a good lead guitar lesson would be a good thing for a guitar player to really learn a lot in playing it. This craft of playing the instrument on a different level could be a good thing to have for a guitar or music enthusiast. Great thing you have this one as a resource. Thanks for this one. Really appreciate everything that is here!