Here we go with part 2 of Silver Sand Rag.
So I look at this first triad with my thumb playing a G, first finger on a C and then
I'm playing second finger here on an open E, follow that through ... and close on that
open G again ...finishing the bar off ... 1&2&3& C and E ... and closing off with my
open G ... 1&2&3&4 ...
We get a closer look at th right hand ... 1&2&3&4 ...
So let's take a look at the second triad. All that happens is that I half barre the first fret
and put my second finger down here on an F#, which is on the first string. The right
hand pattern is exactly the same ... 1&2&3&4 ...
Put the two together ...
For the next bar all I do is go back to my original position which is my open G ... my C and
my E ... and for bar 4 in this next section, I repeat bar 2 one fret higher, so I'm
half barring the second fret and my first finger is down here, now on a G. So those 4
bars are ...
Now for bars 5, 6, 7, 8, they are exactly the same as bars 5,6,7 and 8 of part 1 of Silver
So on bar 5, starting off with our D7 chord, ... bar 6, our little chromatic run, ... into our
G7 to G chord ...
... and that concludes part 2 of Silver Sand Rag. Have a lot of fun.
Catch you next time.