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    Hereís a fiairly new tune I wrote called Over and Out. It basically a blues with a bridge, in the key of F. I made a simple iPhone video of myself playing the melody and the very talented Aaron Weinstein was kind enough to add his wonderful chord accompaniment and do it all in split screen magic. So here it is: our first ever duo performance, achieved with social distancing.

    Iíll upload a chord chart in this thread ó in case anyone else wants to play along.


    Paul Glasse
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    Hereís a chord chart to Over and Out.Click image for larger version. 

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    That's just otherworldly good.

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    Hi Paul,

    I see that you are using iReal Pro. Lately, I've been proselytizing the merits of this app for practice to anyone who will listen. I first downloaded it years ago for practicing some Gypsy Jazz and Pop Standards on Guitar but became frustrated with it when I unknowingly had it set to increase tempo each time through the chart. I've deleted and re-downloaded it several times and through some trial and error have finally started to find some use for it. I love that they've added additional playback styles like bluegrass and latin rhythms.

    It really clicked when first learning fiddle tunes on mandolin taught by Sierra Hull and Matt Flinner. I set it up so that I had root and fifth bass notes on the down beats with mandolin chop chords on the upbeats and it really helped me to hear how the melody fit within the chords and to know whether or not a note should be played with a down stroke or upstroke when using strict alternate picking.

    I now program charts for every tune that Flinner teaches in class and I've learned enough to now program charts for my own tunes. Only occasionally do I find myself flustered like trying to find a setting in iReal Pro that will play the Bo Diddley Beat.

    Anyway, thanks for sharing and posting the iReal Pro chart.
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    Dang!!!
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    I tell you what, there are some GREAT things coming out of this social distancing period!!

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    Awesome, djentlemen!!
    Chuck

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