Lately I've been playing an original tune I call "Gimpy's Blues."
Decided to write out a basic TAB for each of the three main parts (below).
Here is a link to the audio.: http://www.banjohangout.org/…/media-play…/audio_player2.asp…
I hope you enjoy it!
Sunday, July 30, 2017 @4:40:43 PM
Somebody's been working on their chord theory! Sounds awesome as usual...
Sunday, July 30, 2017 @5:13:55 PM
John, you continue to do some innovative things with clawhammer. (It's appropriate that Mike Iverson has commented for that reason.) Very nice!
Sunday, July 30, 2017 @7:53:09 PM
Mike - I deleted the duplicate posts. I wrote this one three or four years ago. Have taught a little - very basic - chord theory in some of my workshops at the Nashville Clawhammer camp. I decided to TAB this tune today - just in case I might want to teach it sometime. I'm fascinated with chords in clawhammer - although my knowledge is rudimentary at best. I have been lucky to spend a little time around good friends: Jim McLellan (a truly great plectrum banjo player in the style of Perry Bechtel) and Jack Pearson (world-class blues & jazz guitarist). Maybe a little bit is rubbing off on me (very little so far - I've just learned enough to know how ignorant I really am ;<)). I know you are way ahead of me in this department ...
David - Thanks. We need to get together next time I'm in Louisville
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