Well, at the gig last weekend I started "Spooky" in Em, but the rest of the band was in F. The chart said E but I guess I didn't get the memo that the singer wanted F.
As a church organist for over 40 years I had my fair share of off days. Nothing like screwing up a favorite hymn while a...
In the mid-60's I purchased a treble booster of some sort. It wasn't a pedal but it plugged into the guitar (Framus) and had a slide switch for On/Off. I was living in Germany at the time and have no idea of the maker. I later traded it for an album of some sort.
My first actual pedal was an...
Hey Joe. Interesting chord progression. Move it to different keys to learn more chords.
Folsom Prison Blues - Cool intro, easy solo
When I Come Around - Power chords!
Some Oasis tune I can't recall the name.
Regarding Praise Bands: most of the ones I’m aware of are voluntary and unpaid. Much like traditional volunteer church choirs. Occasionally there may be paid section leaders but the bulk are volunteers.
The worship leader or music director is paid.
I’m a trained traditional church organist...
Very sad. David was an inspiration to many.
If you can find an original stereo version of Bells of Rhymney, David's rhythm part (maybe played on his 6119) is hard panned to one channel. He is tuned to dropped D. It is a great counter balance to the 12 string.
One of a kind.