now we're gonna start stripping everything
down to its basic components.
You know, in the, in the lessons that we
do, right at the very beginning, where we,
I teach you intervals, of playing tenths
And many of you that have sent in video
exchanges know that I,
I talk about how this is stripping
everything right down.
So, that we try and break away from all
those chord shapes,
that kinda can help us at the very
beginning of playing a guitar.
But then, after a while can kinda box us
And so, we want to strip it right down and
then come back to playing those, those,
But when we come back to playing them
we have a better understanding of why
those shapes, what make those chords.
And, and those, those intervals rather
than thinking about it's where your
fingers go we start thinking about what
the notes are.
Which is really important.
So now that you've got the melody.
And you've got the chords.
I want you to do this.
I want you only to play the melody and the
The, the bass note.
So that's the note which names the chord
at, at the bottom.
So we have E.
I'm not playing the whole chord, I'm only
playing the root note.
That, that note right at the very bottom.
So, now this, this may take you a little
to kinda formulate because you will have
to think a little bit more.
You'll have to think about two things at
But after a while you'll, you'll, it will
start fall, fall in together for you.
Just play it very, very slowly.
So let's play.
And as I said again.
Don't worry too much about the fingering.
Just, just do think of the, use the
fingering that, that seems to fit for you.
You know, I play it different.
I never play it the same.
I don't always play it the same way.
So just think about the notes.
Think about how the melody goes.
And what we are doing on the first beat of
each bar we are going to play that
So we get, we got a little
a couple of notes here to to bring us in.
Now we go to the B section.
Back to A again.