there are 5 places on the neck that you can lay down your 1st finger, and play the entire song without moving your hand from there! ... that would include all 30 chord changes for the verse, chorus, and bridge! ... using bar chords and pieces of chords ... after you play this lesson, you will become an expert at this, and will be able to easily be able to construct and play any chord anywhere on the neck ... see full TRACK LISTING below ...
you will be learning some music theory, as well ... as you will better understand how chords are related, and linked together across the neck ... as well as improving your ear... helping you immediately recognize what chords Jerry or Bob are playing, and where on the neck ... once you learn the simple 5 connecting licks between chord positions, the exercise will also help you to become more adept and fluid when switching back and forth between lead picking and rhythm playing ...
you will be amazed at how much more control, and feel you will have with your left hand once you can play through the lesson ... don't give up ... don't let that dang A chord in Position 2 beat you! ...
the main focus of the entire video is the 6 minute video exercise ... unless you want to learn the connecting licks, you may not need to watch anything else in the entire video, at all ... i am truly putting the "cart before the horse" here ... starting right at the end product, then going back to explain how we got there ...
48:59 - you will also find an edited version of the main video which includes finger position reminders and lick numbers scrolling underneath...
Later you will find a video of Carlo playing along to the full lesson 55:02 ...
a section where Carlo comments and gives tips on the lesson 1:01:03
a section on "How Jerry Garcia (and Bob Weir) play bar chords... 1:11:17 ...
and a section on "How Bob Weir alters a normal rock n roll rhythm pattern when the band plays the E chord" 1:14:06
TRACK LISTING ...
1:26 - full video lesson w scrolling chords
7:25 - walk thru chord changes, count the chord changes, give examples of positions 1 and 2
9:02 - examples of how turn open chords into bar chords
13:20 - Lesson - Position 1 (open) - (w chord charts)
15:04 - the E to A walk-up lick
20:05 - Lick 1 - played at beginning of song - open E
22:25 - Lick 2 - connecting lick - Position 1 to Position 2 (open to 4th fret)
23:35 - Position 1 - Play Along Example - w scrolling chords = includes lick 1+ Position 1 chords (verse,chorus,bridge) + lick 2
25:00 - Lesson - Position 2 (4th fret) - (w chord charts)
29:11 - Lick 3 - connecting lick - Position 2 to Position 3 (4th fret to 9th fret)
30:38 - Position 2 - Play Along Example - w scrolling chords = includes lick 2+ Position 2 chords (verse,chorus,bridge) + lick 3
32:05 - Lesson - Position 3 (9th fret) - (w chord charts)
35:09 - Lick 4 - connecting lick - Position 3 to Position 4 (9th fret to 11th fret)
36:51 - Position 3 - Play Along Example - w scrolling chords = includes lick 3+ Position 3 chords (verse,chorus,bridge) + lick 4
38:11 - Lesson - Position 4 (11th fret) - (w chord charts)
40:51 - Lick 5 - connecting lick - Position 4 to Position 5 (11th fret to 16th fret)
42:15 - Position 4 - Play Along Example - w scrolling chords = includes lick 4+ Position 4 chords (verse,chorus,bridge) + lick 5
43:40 - Lesson - Position 5 (16th fret) - (w chord charts)
46:29 - Lesson - Ending - last 3 chords - (w chord charts)
46:52 - Lick 6 - connecting lick - Position 5 to Ending (16th fret)
47:20 - Position 5 - Play Along Example - w scrolling chords = includes lick 5+ Position 5 chords (verse,chorus,bridge) + lick 6 + Ending
48:59 - full video lesson w scrolling chords- same as original lesson video, but have added fret position reminders and Lick numbers at the bottom of screen = good to practice to
55:02 - Carlo plays along to full video lesson ( to show you that it is quite possible!)
1:01:03 - carlo live video - final tips and comments
1:11:17 - EXTRA! - How Jerry Garcia (and Bob Weir) play bar chords
1:14:06 - EXTRA! - How Bob Weir alters the basic rock n roll rhythm pattern when the band plays the E chord
here is a link to Carlo's YouTube playlist for all his Jerry Garcia / Grateful Dead guitar lessons ...https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkBwNfEg6j1BcBr...
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 ...
you will find many other guitar lessons on carlos youtube page ... https://www.youtube.com/c/CarloZakers
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