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RE: New Guy

Postby dougtheslug » Sat Jan 26, 2002 7:41 am

Hey new guy. You won't need no videos to start. Find a porch or a stairwell and just play one thin e (now d) string with the rest of the strings in open G tuning. After a couple of hours of just a few notes at a time - the whole thing will be clear.


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RE: New Guy

Postby ricochet » Sat Mar 09, 2002 5:04 am

But, if you want to browse on over to http://www.elderly.com/ or http://www.janetdavismusic.com/ you'll find some good instructional materials are available. There are lots of good sites on the Web, too, starting with Brian Robertson's slide lessons right here on this site (and MP3.com).

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RE: New Guy

Postby badfinger » Sat Mar 09, 2002 2:06 pm

Hi - just follow the above; they're all with it. As Son House said: "It's just a natural sort of thing." Lots, and lots and lots of listening too! (Osmosis is a good way to describe it, but don't get hung up on semi-permeable membranes - they rot your strings!)

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