in the Park"
Fork River Regional Recreation Park. This event is hosted by
the Hickory Parks and Recreation Department
the help of Warren Yates of Leisure Unlimited, Inc.
video clips is a great way to learn music with the ability to see
and hear how a song is being played. One thing that you
might have noticed is that you can't slow them down. Here is
what I do: While the video is being played, I record the
sound through Music Match Jukebox computer microphone as an mp3
file. Then I use the Transcribe!
program to slow them down.
Hot Run for the Guitar
knows the song Nine Pound Hammer, or at least they should.
This song is one of hottest jamming songs of all times.
Again, Chris Messer has helped me to share a piece of his knowledge
and style. On this site, I have posted quite a few small
sections of songs. The reason I did this is because a person can take these
pieces and link them together to play almost any song simply by rearranging
them. Chris is playing the guitar on the video
clip. I have tabbed out his work to the best of my
ability. Even if your version of the run is slightly
different, as long as it sounds good, it will work. Click
here to see the clip. This is
Media Player file. If you have Guitar Pro, Click
to download the tab file. If you do not have Guitar Pro, Click
is for Nashville Skyline Rag, Click
Here to view it. This song is played in the C position.
For the Guitar Pro file, Click
Take a look at the "Practice
Warren Yates Method of Playing Bluegrass Banjo for Beginners
The new "Transcribe!" software
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affecting the pitch. It will help you to understand what is
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