Kirk's Weekly Guitar Lesson: Over the Rainbow - Part 2

Hi once again, fellow picker. I hope you enjoyed last week's finger style arrangement of 'Over the Rainbow' part 1. I have finished part 2 now, so all you need to do is play part 1, repeat it, then tack part 2 on the end. Part 2 isn't really a chorus ... the song isn't really written in the usual verse/chorus structure. I'm not sure what to call it -- bridge? -- whatever it is, it's the fun bit to play. There's something about the way that repetitive phrasing of melody line works over the chords that does it to me every time, especially when that VII7 chord kicks in ...

Go to http://www.guitarforbeginners.com/forum/showthread.php?t=4456

There are well over one hundred such lessons there now, all consisting of a movie (showing both hands), tab, notation, midi files to practice along to, mp3 of me playing the tune, the GuitarPro file and written plain English commentary.

[urlhttp://www.guitarforbeginners.com/forum/]The community[/url] there continues to grow ... we're heading toward 15,000 members now. We have attracted some very talented players too who will soon be featured on a website radio we're setting up. Not only are they great musicians, writers and sound engineers, they're also more than happy to pass on their expertise to new comers.

If you're beyond the beginner stage and you're now wondering what the trick is to being able to use the whole fretboard whenever you want, the trick to being able to invent your part on the fly, to being able to play along with anything at any time ... then drop in and read about my book PlaneTalk. It reveals that trick.It's a lot easier than you may think, and has nothing to do with learning scales and modes!

Read some of the many testimonials I receive here, many lifted straight from the private forum you get to join once you buy the book/DVD. Guaranteed to change the way you think about music and the guitar forever more.

I'm extremely pleased to report that the 'How to play Slide Guitar in Standard and Dropped D tunings' DVD project I've been working away on for a couple of years now is finally finished. I dropped the master DVD and the artwork off last Friday to be sent off to Taiwan to be pressed and printed. I should receive the first batch of 1,000 units by the end of next week (fingers crossed) and start sending them out. I've been playing slide in standard tuning since about 1969, so I do know my way around, and I think I've managed to convey everything I know about the art in 70 minutes of info-packed video. As soon as I check that everything is A-OK, I'll let you know. Meanwhile, if you'd like to hear some of my slide playing, visit my Soundclick site ... several of my tunes have been #1 on the charts.

Kirk
http://www.kirklorange.com

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