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This instrumental was written by Duane Allman and originally played as a duet with fellow Allman Brother Dickie Betts. This arrangement in Open D Tuning combines the two parts with a steady bass line into a solo piece.
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Hey I too can only get the previews , none of the lessons I purchased, I updated flas player , please help
written by trguy75, May 27, 2017
Hey Doug, it's possible that you need to run a few updates (most likely the Flash Player plug-in). Check your email for a message from support or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Take care!
written by TGKatherine, April 13, 2017
only get previews on my pay per lessons, what's up with that?
written by captainkodiak, April 12, 2017
The Tabs are just under the lesson as is the GP5 file. If you can't see them you should submit a ticket under support above.
written by tombo1230, December 12, 2010
Hi How do I get the tabs for this piece of music....is there a place on the website where I can print them out? I have signed up for a month to try out the site, and will sign on for the yest if I can feel comfortable with it...Let me know, Thanks.. Kathleen
PS I need to learn this song ASAP!!!
written by kathleen dunagan, April 27, 2010
Wahoo! My guitar has been in open D tuning for the last month and a half because I wanted to learn Bob Dylan's Buckets of Rain. I can play that so-so, but I'm still working on it. Anyway, because retuning constantly is such a pain and my free time is so limited, I've been looking for other songs & tunes to play in Open E (or D). So far, that includes She Talks to Angels (Black Crowes)and Prodigal Son (Rolling Stones version), both of which I can also play so-so. I knew Little Martha was in that tuning, but figuring it has evaded me. It's definitely gonna be a challenge - trying to get my thumb to keep a good steady rhythm while the rest of the fingers play something else, absolutely necessary in fingerpicking, has been hard for me to do.
Anyway - thanks for this lesson, Neil!