Lesson #126, Darlin' Corey IV

Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Lesson #126, Darlin' Corey IV

Hi All,

In this video I play and sing the song Darlin Corey so you can hear how it goes.

I played three different versions, and tabbed them out as well for you. In the first version, you can see and hear that we are using portions of the C blues scale with a two finger harmonization that came from the previous lesson. I am using the second string position with a two finger C chord to start. Use this two finger chord all the way up the neck with the blues scale, and you can see why portions of this song use the harmonization we went over at the beginning of this series.

Rock On,


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