Nice Beatles Tune

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  1. OG_Blues

    OG_Blues Guitar Geezer

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  2. artyman

    artyman Fareham UK

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    Intriguing setup as well.
     
  3. sloslunas

    sloslunas NM Blues

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    Wow!!

    Steve
     
  4. steve o

    steve o Blues Junior

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    That is so amazing!
     
  5. CaptainMoto

    CaptainMoto Blues Voyager

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    Damn!
    Just when I thought my skill level was gonna break out from a 2 up to 2.5:oops:
    Amazing........some people are just so talented it's scary.
     
    #5 CaptainMoto, Sep 24, 2020
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  6. MikeS

    MikeS Allen, TX
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    Amazing!
     
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  7. PapaBear

    PapaBear Guit Fiddlier

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    Wow fantastic and depressing all at the same time!(y):(
     
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  8. OG_Blues

    OG_Blues Guitar Geezer

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    He also does an incredible version of Sweet Child O Mine - just do a search on yt for it.
    After listening to guys like this and Tommy Emmanuel and Bob Culbertson play, I am seriously considering
    re-focusing all my effort on the tambourine, or maybe the triangle. You know, something that I could learn to play half way decent before I die.
     
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  9. OG_Blues

    OG_Blues Guitar Geezer

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    Ya, after sleeping on this overnight, it's settled - I have decided on the triangle.
    The tambourine has too many moving parts, is heavier, and is hard to spell.
    Off to craigslist to find a good one. Do they come with instructions, or do I need to bug Griff for a new course?
     
  10. John-G

    John-G The Long and Winding Road

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    No end to different ways to play this amazing instrument :thumbup:(y):Beer:
     
  11. artyman

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    Nah Cymbals, the only thing you need to know is when
     
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  12. PapaRaptor

    PapaRaptor The Central Scrutinizer
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    Triangle and Rhythm Mastery
     
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    tommytubetone Portage, MI

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    We could have endless tone arguments about what to hit the triangle with. :whistle::rolleyes:
     
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  14. OG_Blues

    OG_Blues Guitar Geezer

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    Geeeez - you guys are not being at all helpful here.
    What I really need is a long list of all the good blues tunes with awesome triangle solos.
     
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    david moon Attempting the Blues

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    Motown had a lot of tambourine, not so much triangle.
     
  16. PapaRaptor

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    I still think a guy could make a living as a studio cowbell player.
     
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    OG_Blues Guitar Geezer

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    Wow, I'm feeling so much better about all this today.
    I've gone from the depths of despair about my guitar playing to now believing that I might actually be capable of being a multi-instrumentalist!!! Triangle and cowbell. I bet the chicks dig that!!
     
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    PapaRaptor The Central Scrutinizer
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    Glad to cheer you up. I found some more studio work for you!


     
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    OG_Blues Guitar Geezer

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    That was awesome!!!! :thumbup::thumbup::thumbup:
    It might take me a few years to get to that level of mastery, but we all need something to aspire to!!!!
    Is there an equivalent of TAB for triangles???
    I'm sure that guy made more money playing the triangle than I ever did, or will, playing guitar!
     
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