These lessons are dedicated to my students. You can't beat private lessons. These notes might help some of you who find them. I know they will help my students who, from time to time, forget to take their notes with them.
God bless you and play like your life depends on it!
I have found so many good lessons at wholenote.com that I can't list them all. Thanks to the lesson writer who gave the tip about sliding the 3 b7 up and down a fret against a I IV V turn around.
Here is a good lesson:
Guitar Lesson #443 at WholeNote: Magic Chord Transformation pt. 3
by Jeremy Cotton
I love mysongbook.com. It is a great midi/tab source. They require that you download Guitar Pro. It is free to view. I've paid for the upgrade so I can write and print music. It is a very nice product.
I'm also a big fan of Sonar by Calkwalk.
I currently have a Japanese strat with SD classic stacks, 24-fret Double Cutaway Les Paul, Martin Shenandoah, Hirade Classical, and a Yamaha Bass with Bartolini pickups. I use a POD. I also have a Fender Blues Deluxe that I use with a Voodoo Labs Sparkle Drive and a Dunlop Wah. I use an L.R. Baggs DI with the Martin. I use a Sans Amp Bass Driver with the Yamaha.
I had a piece of junk pink paisley Telecaster. Wish I kept it. I saw one like mine sell for $16K. Collectors. They are making it tough on the rest of us who want to play. Oh well. The instruments we find today will be the ones they will be collecting in 20 years.
Check out the mp3 section of this site (www.wholenote.com aka WN). If you like Surrounded, you can listen to two other songs on my home family home page:
Here is my cousin's, Steve Brown, band, Alder Eagle