Includes everything you need to know to play this classic song ...
includes a detailed breakdown of all of Jerry Garcia's guitar parts ...
learn how to "claw" finger-pick it, just like Jerry did! ... includes a
breakdown of Jerry's playing from Alpine Valley 7-19-89 ...
feel free to jump ahead at any time ... perhaps you already know the
chords, and want to jump straight to the finger-picking ... or just
follow along to the full lesson to be sure you don't miss anything, as
many secrets and tricks are revealed as it goes along ...
1:39 - Carlo plays the "Signature Lick"
2:11 - Carlo gives general tips, observations, and comments on how to play Althea
4:16 - Lesson Plan - 1= teach the "signature lick" and chord changes, using a pick
4:50 - Lesson Plan - 2 = teach the "signature lick" and chord changes, using finger-picking "claw" technique -
Lesson Plan - 3 = add alternating bass-line to "claw" technique
START OF LESSON
4:58 - the "walk-up" notes (to Bm)
7:22 - the "Verse" chords ( Bm - A - E - A Bm - A - E ) (also played during solos)
9:08 - the "Hammer E Riff" ( played at the end of the "verse" chords )
10:09 - the "Bridge" chords ("I told Althea, this treachery ... ) (A - C#m - D - A C#m - E Bm - A - E )
11:34 - the "Bridge 2" chords ("There are things, you can explain ...) (D - G - E - E sus - E Bm - A - E )
13:03 - example of how to strum through all chords with no finger-picking
15:10 - "Signature Lick" - claw part played with a pick - no finger-picking
19:29 - "Signature Lick" - "claw" finger picking method an Bm chord
22:02 - "Signature Lick" - "claw" finger picking method thru the A - E - A chord change
29:06 - the "Hammer E Riff" - using "claw" finger picking method
31:20 - "claw technique" - summary example = playing thru entire verse using "claw"
31:58 - "claw technique" - finger-picking with alternating bass-line
41:16 - a common variation = abandon picking pattern after the C#m + add "pick-pull lick" on E chords
41:53 - the "variation on the claw technique" Jerry used at Alpine Valley - simple "pick-pull" eighth note pattern with alternating bass-line
43:44 - Jerry simplified everything for the verses - basic "pick-pull" quarter note pattern which made singing verses easier
the guitar wizard
Carlo Zakers has been analyzing and playing Grateful Dead music for over 40 years ...
Carlo played in one of midwest's premier grateful dead cover bands, Perfunctory This Band, since 1987
this experience gives Carlo an insight into grateful dead music that few others would experience ... Carlo's TABS are some of the most thorough, and complete TABs you will find anywhere
Carlo has been creating video guitar lessons since 2015 ... his lessons some of the most detailed and thorough you will find anywhere.
many lesson websites would break each one of Carlo's lessons into 10 or 20 small lessons, and sell each section for $10 - $20 apiece
Carlo's lessons always includes helpful tips and exercises to help make playing everything very simple until it becomes second nature
Carlo also teaches and plays all styles... southern rock... classic rock ... country ... metal ...
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