Changes related to "Guitar/Country and Western"
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23 July 2016
18 July 2016
- (diff | hist) . . Guitar/Chord Progressions; 01:34 . . (-105) . . Sluffs (→Applying the I-IV-V: removedː "This progression is pretty much the backbone of popular western music." - imagine if you speak English as a second language it would be "pretty much" a "headache" to work out the semantic "backbone" of this sentence)
- (diff | hist) . . Guitar/Chord Progressions; 01:25 . . (-536) . . Sluffs (removing introduction paragraph (removed material placed on the Discussion page) - the intro was about military Taps, Frere Jacques and other miscellany - not really needed - let the intro be short)
- (diff | hist) . . m Guitar/Chord Progressions; 01:19 . . (-4) . . Sluffs
- (diff | hist) . . Guitar/Chord Progressions; 01:17 . . (-35) . . Sluffs (removed "One chord songs are rare on guitar." - Reasonː Rolling Stone by Muddy Waters is a one chord song - all other chords are only implied against the pedal E)
17 July 2016
- (diff | hist) . . Guitar/Chord Progressions; 23:39 . . (-156) . . Sluffs (removedː "When picked with triplets, ...is most commonly recognized from rock ballads in the 1980s" - Reasonː more doo wop - check piano in Since I Don't Have You (The Skyliners) - in the absence of piano the guitar would play the triplet chords)
- (diff | hist) . . Guitar/Chord Progressions; 23:30 . . (-73) . . Sluffs (removedː "It is a ''must'' for participating in any kind of jam session." - Reasonː not needed the next sentence says the same thing)