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Fred was working on Ramblin’ Man by The Allman Brothers, a relatively easy strumming song, but the point of this was to use theory and ear training to piece together the chords.
After sorting it out we got into a heavy theory discussion along the lines of what chords contain a given melody not. This involved being able to go through the musical alphabet in thirds, forwards and backwards, and a review of scales and triads.
We also got into different fingerings for the intro and a general look at playing parallel thirds up and down the top two strings.
A copy of the notes we made is included as an attachment to this lesson.
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