(Guitar Book) Great Country Riffs for Guitar Vol 2

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AbouttheAutho.r========= Jon Chappell's guitar method books have sold more than 60,000 copies worldwide and have been translated into six languages, He has played with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Composer Gunther Schuller, and has appeared on Flying Fish and Relativity Records. He has performed and recorded! with Graham Nash, Pat Benatar, Roger McGuinn, John Prine, and has played! all numerous TV and radio commercials. He currently lives in New York. Acknowledgments ----------------------Y
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  AbouttheAutho.r========= JonChappell'sguitarmethodbookshavesoldmorethan60,000copies worldwide and have beentranslatedintosixlanguages,Hehasplayedwith the Chicago SymphonyOrchestra,Com-poserGuntherSchuller,andhasappearedon FlyingFish andRelativity Records.Hehas per-formedandrecorded!withGrahamNash,PatBenatar,RogerMcGuinn,JohnPrine,andhasplayed! all numerousTVandradiocommercials.HecurrentlylivesinNewYork. Acknowledgments----------------------- YouJearn music by listening to themastersand toyourfriends.ThemasterswhomI'dliketothankbecauseoftheirparticular mnfluence inthethewriting at thisbookare DocWatson,Albert Lee,andMarkO'Connor.Then thereare myfriends Mike LevineandTom Wilson-masters in their ownright,withwhomI'vesharedsomeofmyhighestmusicalmoments-whoactuallydon'tmindthat[havetheirhomephonenumbers~Thanks,guys. <lonChappell MusicEngravingbyGordonHallbergCoverDesign:Jim Darling. RosemaryJenkinsBookDesign; J onChappell,RosemaryJenkinsProductionManager:DanielRosenbaumDirectorofMusic;MarkPhillips CoverPhoto;Comstock,Inc, FrontCoverPhotoofFenderJerryDonahueTelecaster;courtesyThePhelpsCroup Copyright © 1993CnerryLaneMusicCompanylntarnatonal CopYlight Secured All RlgfhlsReserved Allrighlsresef\led.Nopanolthispublicationmaybereproduced,storedinadatabaseorretrievalsystem,o.rtra:r1smilledinanylormorbyanymeans,e1eclmnic,mectiJai'lica~,photocopying,recordingorolJ1erwi,se,withoutthe prJOF wr~llen perm~ssi.onof tf1e publis.her.InquiriesshouldbeaddressedtoPrintUcensing DivIsion, CherryLaneMuskCompal1Y. P.o. Box430,PoriChesler,NY'0.573.  Cont,ellts #,: Cartet IS ~;ttte~,ills. _. 4 TabExplanation/Notation Legend.... 24 How'ToUse JonChappell forVolume 2.~ havewrittenfull-lengthbreaksinvariousstyles,manyofwhichincludepassagesandphrasesinthestyleofsomeofmyfavoriteplayers.SometimesEadaptedaphrase~osuitmyownplaying.Theapproachtolearningacompletebreak OF soloisthesameasusedfortheshorterriffs[J'resem1tednVolurme1:ãMemorizetheleft-handpositionsfirst.You'llfindmostlicksfitccmfortably in one OJ twopositions.'.Tackletheright-handconsiderations(whethernotesarestruckorslurred,whethertousealternate-pickingacrossstrings, etc.), ~Mastertherhythms,Asalways,playthemslowlyandsteadilyatfirst,increasingspeedgradually.Ifanexampleincludesbendingstringsin rhythm, practicethephrasefirstwithoutthebends.(Youwon'twearoutyourleft-handfingersasfastthiswayeither.) Then bring ill thebends,allthewhile remembering yOUT left-andright-hand rhythms...ãUsetherecordingandsheetmusicasa guide, notasgospel. NOrIe oftheselicks.iscarvedinstone,andyoumayfindfingeringsorrhythmicinterpretationsthatworkbetterforyou, fOf whateverreasua,Butdon'javoidmyversionsimplybecauseit'sunusualforyourhands.Thevalue ill gettinginsideanotherguitarist'sheadisnottoclonehim,b~~, to openyou!. own eyes todifferentapproachestothesamemusjcalsituation.  ã#1: Cuttet's ~;ttte1itt's'ã Beforetherewere2.5superpickersforeveryhousehold,thereweretraditional,acoustic-basedguitarists,and.atypical country breakmighthavesoundedlikethis.The sty le wherethemelodyisplayedonthebassstringsandtheaccompanimentonthetrebleiscalled Carter style, aftertheCarterFamilybandandtheir guitarist andleader,UncleA.P.Noticethehammer-OIls,pull-offsandcrosspicking(bars 7-8)thatwouldprovidethespringboardformodernpickers. Wildwood!Flower and! UndertheDoubleEagle areperhapsthemostfamousinstrumentalsinthisstyle. II I II t.I it ~ --,J -- I..; ,J ~ . __., .. .. - - .. .' -# - --=l- - .. .. .. r ~ -¥- x -1 '1 -¥ - . -.; -.; -.;. ~.; ~. .;. ~ s; ;. s; ;.. A .. . -- ' - - ... . ' .. ._ u - .. u .. .~ I~ .., ~ c F H H c G , - 1 - , I , , , t., .. ~ - ' .. ~ '-.; .. H +-, ';/ -:.: '( '.f 1'1. .fi ' - ,., . . ... - ft· u . ... ,., . ... . - ~ ' .L .... L ......... 5 p c F ~I , IIIII tJ# ....J . ,__.... ..._... 0 .. ._ - I --- . . ~ n. . p H P H H P P H :::::: ~. ,....-..., .. ~ ,,-. .; .. : . ~ ,~ ;. }, ;. ~. }, .. . A .. A .. }, u .. ,., ;.: .. ;:;; ~ :- .,. ~ y ... - - - , . H p c o c l , , II It =J~ -:J._fã._/ .- . .......; .J~ .. - ~:J ·i:~ ... -Ii -ii' :I..._I- H P ~ ~. :: :;; I, ::::.... .. }, i\, s ~ .... x .... .';l';. . ~~ , . _t'I .., n ., :1; :; ., ~. ': - - .. . . ... ..- .... . ,.. ,. - H Ii H p Tag F c G c G c _1'1 ;--. . ~ .',, , ., -- .. , , I I I , ~ I ,, , , ~ - .._..... .,,___. *J :;t ~ ' ~ .. . ?; . H f:I rit. ... H P :V'. ;-;. v ):11 '\~ ):3: - . r----1~ 'v . ,., ... . - ;,:: '.[ .. ;;. ;,; . .n ;:;; .l': ;.. I ;;; .. }:'; ::: ,,- -- .- ' , ... ,. .~ - ', . - ,;;.. - p H
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