Spin (January 2012)

Spin is a track journal. based in 1985 through writer Bob Guccione Jr., it competes with stalwart Rolling Stone. Madonna was once the artist at the conceal of the 1st factor. In its early years, the journal was once famous for its vast tune assurance with an emphasis on college-oriented rock track and at the ongoing emergence of hip-hop. The journal was once eclectic and ambitious, if occasionally haphazard. It pointedly supplied a countrywide replacement to the Rolling Stone’s extra establishment-oriented kind.

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G " ~ II r r r r r r r ·· ·· 0 Ji34 II 34 • Beginning Fingmtyle Btu," &uitar T his nex t exercise uses G-chord melody tones in eighth notes agai nst the quarter-note alternating bass. Play slowly and coun aloud . • Here are a few more exercises to give yo u some prac tice. , I r I r r r-, nJJ J J J1 r r r r r r"1 r I r - r ·· r ·· G ~ ~ ~ r r r I I r r JJ J1 r r I r I r r""Ir""I r r ·· r "IT ·· Eighth Notes, Dotted Notes, and Syncopation . "'1 r--. rrrr rrrr rrrr rrrr ·· U' ·· 36 • Beginning Fingerstyle Blues Guitar Now let's use some of the rhythms we have seen above in a twe lvebar blues formar .

R - r ~ ....... v ....... h l 1. r r r r T " E7 1 ~7 D7fF# I. ~ • T ~ I r r ... ' I--; I ~ t\ I. h . r r bll I r r I r -------~ T 1. ·· r r 1. b.... r ~ FRETTING - HAND TECHNIQUES This chapter is designed to acqua int yo u with so me of [he guirarisric techn iques found in blues playing. We will examine the use of hammerons and pulloffs, slides, double srops, bends, and vibrato. It is through the use of these techniques that players add individual exp ress ion [0 th eir blues. Th ese musical nuances are developed over th e co urse of a player's lifetime and are part of what eventuall y beco mes an identifiable style.

To execute it play the notes C and GI on the firS[ fret with the index finger, then slide this finger up to the second fret juS[ as the thumb S[rikes the bass note A. Norice the hammeron coming into the first measure. E7 II ~ • ·· - r r-- nrr - r r A7 _ r--. h. ~ ~ r r r r ·· ·· ·· Double Stops In the simplest sense a do uble Stop means that you play two notes at once. The example below shows a typical blues double S[op in the key of E. Notice the high position. r r r I Fretting-Hand Techniques.

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