Totally Guitars Weekly Wrap Up June 15th, 2018
Somehow a little John Renbourn piece opened the segment today, which made me think I sure work out a more organized arrangement of Buffalo. Although a higher priority for name right now is to finish the lesson on Blues Land that started this week. And I might mention that you don’t have to be afraid of high level pieces because there are always some thing you can learn from them. The goal doesn’t have to be to get it to a performable stage.
A bit of Hesitation Blues crossed into the rambling today as well, along with some very rusty slide playing. A few tips were included but I think Max had that covered in his contribution this week, Five Easy Slide Licks In Open Tuning. Our Fly On The Wall lesson this week was Sandy polishing up some sticky parts to Wicked Game, and Vanessa brought us Patty Smyth’s tune Sometimes Love Just Ain’t Enough.
The big news this week is that our contest and survey prizes of Santa Cruz strings came to an end and we are going through the inspired entries we got to pick 50 winners of strings. Our IGC Europe winner was Les but it was a closely contested vote among the 25 or so entries we received.
So halfway through June and well on our way to travels and the summer IGCs. I hope everybody is enjoying playing some tunes!