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Dobro Lessons: "Angeline The Baker" (in open D)

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Okay let's try the song Angeline the Baker
here in this open D tune.
So you wanna check your tuning on this
with the tuner.
Make sure everything's staying in tune.
Sometimes these B strings that are now
A's, the second and fifth,
can get a little squirrely cuz they're,
less tension on them.
But once you think you're in tune, we're
ready to start.
That's the basic lick.
We're going to do this Angeline the Baker.
It's a tune we're familiar with.
And we're gonna go ahead and do it in two
different octaves.
So we're gonna do it in this high octave.
just like that.
And then we're also gonna do it in this
lower octave.
That's the A part.
The B part's just.
That's pretty much the whole thing.
So, let's go ahead and get the backing
track started, and
I'll show you how it sounds.