|Church Street Blues, Part 1: Intro
Church Street Blues, Part 1: Intro
Norman Blake plays his song “Church Street Blues” out of C position but with a capo high up the neck at the seventh fret. He takes advantage of the high ringing sound you can get in this position by playing lots of full strums and ringing chords, including a couple of unusual voicings that allow those high strings to ring out. You’ll learn a short intro that imitates the way Norman plays his more-elaborate solo, as well as the chord voicings and strums he plays throughout the song. Scott starts by showing you the short intro, which involves using your pinky on the high string, pull-offs, and full five- and six-string strums. You’ll also learn the unusual voicing of an F chord that Norman plays.
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