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    PRS Addiction CoreyT's Avatar
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    Not by Andy at Pro Guitar Shop, but this was in my subs this morning.
    This guy does great lessons too.

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    PS, just found out Andy from PGS has one out too from earlier in the year.


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    After watching Maplebaby's bands rendition of China Grove, a video on the same page popped up showing how to play it.
    I knew the first part with the E, D, D flat, then A, but I did not figure out the rest.
    This video here shows pretty good how to play the rest.

    One thing I was doing when going from the D chord down to a D flat was I moved the whole barre chord down, but this guy instructs to only move your barre finder down one fret, not your other fingers so he calls it a D and D flat barre chord
    Changes the sound a bit, but I have not picked up my guitar yet to try it out.


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    Tough time with tabs.
    Another reason I like YouTube is you can see the player playing.
    I have gone to tab sties, but tab is kind of confusing to me.

    When I was a kid growing up and playing, the song books we had back then were not done up with tabs, they had the lyrics and chord names above the lyrics.
    While searching for China Grove a few minutes ago, I ran across this one.
    http://tabs.ultimate-guitar.com/d/do...e_ver3_crd.htm

    Does it look pretty accurate?
    This song works best with bar chords!
    _________________________________________________
    Key
    $= rest
    Repeat sign= :II
    _________________________________________________
    Intro:
    E E $ $/ E E $ $/ D C# A / E E :II 4x
    The 4th time let the A keep going
    __________________________________________________
    Verse 1
    E
    When the sun comes up on a sleepy little town
    D C# A
    Down around San Antone
    E
    All the folks risen for another day
    D C# A
    Round about their homes
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    Chorus
    C#m A
    The people in the town are starnge
    C C D E
    And their proud from where they came
    E D C# E :II
    We'll your talkin about the china grove
    E D C# E
    Oh, china grove
    __________________________________________________ __
    Verse 2
    E
    Well the preacher and the teacher
    E
    Lord they're a caution
    D C# A
    They are the talk of the town
    E
    When the gossip get a flyin'
    E
    And they ain't lyin'
    D C# A
    When the sun goes fallin down
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    Chorus
    C#m A
    They say that the fathers insane
    C C D E
    And dear Missus Perkins a game
    E D C# E :II
    We'll your talkin about the china grove
    E D C# E
    Oh, china grove
    Compare the one below that uses tabs, but there are no names for the chords.Seems much more confusing to me.
    http://www.guitaretab.com/d/doobie-brothers/27839.html

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    PRS Addiction CoreyT's Avatar
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    I sure wish I could take some lessons from Andy.
    He is using a Wampler Plexi-Drive to get the old Marshal tone.

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    I've got a tab app that I use if I'm trying to figure something out. They are all user submitted, so you have to weed through the mistakes, but over all it's pretty go. I'll also look for guys I respect on youtube. I'll tell you what... watching Paul Gilbert videos over the past year and change has really given me a different level of respect for him.

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    I like how Pro Guitar Shop and Prymaxe Vintage are doing lessons. They have it down. Now if Wild Wood Guitars would get the mad man himself to give us some lessons we'd be in for some serious fun.
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    Yes, I really like Andy's style, and that they take the time to get these videos out there, as well as the other authors who make these videos.

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    I have been watching Tim Pierce on YouTube. I am awestruck by all of his videos.

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    Another one added today from PGS.
    Wish they were closer. would dig taking lessons from Andy.
    I should take some from "Corey" that works at my local PRS dealer.
    I hear he is a good rock teacher.

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    A fresh one from Andy today.
    I use to play the crap out of this song on my '73 Les Paul Deluxe back in the day.
    I do like the way Peter Frampton plays it much better though.

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    I totally missed this one from three weeks back, I was on vacation and missed it.
    Saw it in PGS's list after I posted the above earlier.
    Another one I use to play when I was quite young.

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