Lesson #140, Sally Goodin' IX

Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Lesson #140, Sally Goodin' IX

Hi All,

Here's a variation that I used for the last section of the upper break. It sort of has a reno/stanley sound to my ears. And with that variation, we are going to end the section on the upper neck portion of Sally Goodin.

In the proceeding videos, we will take a look into playing this tune down the neck.

Up she goes, Down she goes.....


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