In addition to a really informative and comfortable interview, Jim actually gives a pretty good lesson on a couple tricky parts to one of my favorites of his "Nellie Bly." But...he wasn't asked about that one great, kind of blooming E-type chord he plays...it sounds like it consists of 8 notes on the Honeyfingers album version. I would love to learn this fantastic sounding chord... or chords?
LOVED your version of Minute Waltz! Hi Jim. I heard you play a beautiful version of Minute waltz on No Guitar is Safe, and it has inspired me to learn the piece. I noticed you did it in D (not D flat) I found an old violin and piano version on imlsp.net that is in D, and have been using that. I am very curious how you arranged your version: did you take an approach like I am, transpose original piano version up a half step, or none of the above? I checked out the lesson page on this site, but could not locate a Minute Waltz lesson. Would GLADY pay for one! Haha. Any small input or help by you would be greatly appreciated. Thank you for your time!
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