Then the melody.
Pretty straight ahead, the Scottish part.
One, two, one, two, three.
Sounds very similar to something you've
probably heard before.
Bill Munroe had a tune called Scotland,
it just reminds me of Scottish fiddling.
Sliding into the C-sharp.
There's your trill.
Down up with a pull.
Down on the A.
Sliding into the E.
From the D, right,
and hitting both the, the open E string
and the fretted one.
I love when I get to that high A.
I mean, this is what I tell people the
But I go ahead and grab the bar down
And then I continue with the melody.
I just like the sound of all those As and
So that's another trill.
Same style F-sharp,
G with a pull, E.
So there's two of those in a row.
Off the G and F-sharp, the C-sharp and B.
Nothing fancy about that.
Then we're into the B section.
Okay, now we're gonna walk down to the
F-sharp from the A chromatically.
And we're heading to the down beat.
chromatically from B, C and C-sharp to the
And I love just stacking those fingers in
You could play it, if you wanted,
you could, you could play with one finger
on two frets.
Sliding all the way from the F-sharp up to
So there's your diminished chord.
That's a diminished arpeggio, B-flat,
F-sharp, A and C.
And we just wrap around it.
I'm adding the B note to it, right there.
Then it's an E7 arpeggio.
D, E, G-sharp, B.
See, so you've out, you're kind of
outlining each of these two chords.
E-flat diminished, E7, then back to the
And then you're really, you're kind of
spelling out the F-sharp minor also,
with a little chromatic thing in the
F-sharp minor, and I find that it's really
helpful if you know the chords, and
you're thinking about the shapes of the
chords, it'll help you figure out where
the melody notes might fall, if you see
them in relationship to the harmony.
Then A, right.
So all that stuff is A.
Back to F-sharp minor, thinking about that
E-flat diminished, E.
The end of the piece I went in with this
If you think about the time on this it's
like, one, two, one, two,
one, two, one two, but you can fit the
triplets through there.
You can fit.
One triplet, one triplet, one triplet,
one triplet, one and two and one and.
So the quarter notes don't change.
One triplet, one triplet, one and two and
one and two.
So it's just a, a different way of seeing
I think the natural tendency is for
people to rush those, because, you know
your pick is going dagga, dagga, dagga,
dagga, dagga, then all of a sudden it has
to go dadda da, dadda da, dadda da, da.
So watch, watch that you don't push those.
So there's Scotch and Swing.
I'd love to improvise over it a little bit
for you, which I'll do here at I think 96.
Cuz it's a fun tune to improvise on.
Give it a little, little go.
>> One, two, three.