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    Quote Originally Posted by John Soper View Post
    Nice jazz blues tune with a lot of soulful licks, even without a pedal. You know I'll get the tab & appreciate all of these gems!
    Thanks for watching John! Glad you enjoy this one. The phase shifter is fun, but I also find that these licks very applicable in a "clean" setting :D

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    It's time for some Panhandle Rag y'all! This is a simple arrangement of the tune for eMando, but next week I'll be demonstrating a really hot solo from the 15 min Billie Jack Wills show I reference in this week's lesson.

    Thanks for watching and happy pickin!


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    As promised, here is Tiny's break on Panhandle Rag from the Vance Terry/Billy Jack radio spot:



    I've also attached the TAB directly to this post because I'm having trouble uploading it on my website...

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    Hope you folks enjoy and see you next week!

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    Great job!! Such fun.

    thanks so much.
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    You bet Bill! Glad you liked it :D

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    This one comes from the infamous 1971 Merle Haggard birthday party tapes with Tiny and many of the original Texas Playboys. Head to hayesgriffin.com for the TAB and happy pickin' y'all!


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    Great solo Hayes, very nice playing and I really like your sound too! Lots of bebop type lines in that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lowtone2 View Post
    Great video, Hayes, but wouldn't notation be more useful than tablature? I think that anyone really interested in and capable of learning his style will be reading notation, don't you? With tablature, there's an extra step in trying to figure out what he's doing over a chord, etc... You know what I mean?

    I appreciate the videos a lot, just a comment.

    Has anyone else heard the Glenn Campbell taught himself to play guitar by learning Tiny Moore solos?
    That's not quite the story that I heard -- I'm sure he picked up stuff from many sources. The version I heard is that he transcribed these solos in the belief that they were played on the guitar. It must have taken very deep concentration to ignore Wills's hollering: "The littlest instrument in the world, that mandolin!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hayes Griffin View Post
    As promised, here is Tiny's break on Panhandle Rag from the Vance Terry/Billy Jack radio spot:



    I've also attached the TAB directly to this post because I'm having trouble uploading it on my website...

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    Hope you folks enjoy and see you next week!
    I'm happy to hear that clean statement of the theme, and I'm very happy that you publish this transcription in readable SN (I tried to follow the link you gave earlier, and found nothing). However, I'm surprised that this version ignores the II chord in the bridge. Bluegrassers usually play IV-I-IV-V (in the key of D), Western swingsters IV-I-II-V (in E). Moore's harmonic conception is a bit more advanced than that of most others.

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    I heard a similar story about Glenn thinking he was transcribing guitar solos, and agreed that his concentration must have rivaled that of a Buddhist monk to not hear Bob's hollering lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by ralph johansson View Post
    I'm happy to hear that clean statement of the theme, and I'm very happy that you publish this transcription in readable SN (I tried to follow the link you gave earlier, and found nothing). However, I'm surprised that this version ignores the II chord in the bridge. Bluegrassers usually play IV-I-IV-V (in the key of D), Western swingsters IV-I-II-V (in E). Moore's harmonic conception is a bit more advanced than that of most others.
    You are most welcome for the standard notation and I had wondered the same thing about the chords on the bridge! He alludes to that II chord in the A section in measure 6, but that's about the only place we see it. Agreed that his harmonic knowledge kind of surpasses most of his peers, that's one of the things I find most stimulating about his playing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete Martin View Post
    Great solo Hayes, very nice playing and I really like your sound too! Lots of bebop type lines in that.
    Agreed Pete! That's one thing I love about Tiny. He straddles the line between hot swing/bebop in his soloing, especially from the 50s onward. Would love to have a peek at his record collection, I have a few ideas of what we might see in there...

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    Would love to have a peek at his record collection, I have a few ideas of what we might see in there...
    Next Weiser, I'll ask some folks who were friends if they know what he had. My bet is a good amount of Charlie Christian and Charlie Parker.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete Martin View Post
    Next Weiser, I'll ask some folks who were friends if they know what he had. My bet is a good amount of Charlie Christian and Charlie Parker.
    Sounds about right to me!

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    Sorry for the delay here gang, but here is this weeks transcription of Tiny's solo on "Sitting on Top of the World." This one was taken from the Merle Haggard Birthday Tapes, which all of you should go search for and listen to immediately! :D

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    An especially tasty Tiny Tuesday transcription, (an unapologetic alliteration).
    Thanx, again, Hayes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mandopops View Post
    An especially tasty Tiny Tuesday transcription, (an unapologetic alliteration).
    Thanx, again, Hayes.
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    You are most welcome my friend :D

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    Happy Tiny Moore Tuesday y'all! This week's video is a special edition hosted over at the Mandolin Secrets YouTube page. We just released a series of 4 videos in Mandolin Secrets Academy and this is a "sneak peek" at the first video in this course.



    Hope you enjoy and happy holidays!

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    I'm baaaaack...

    Here is a hot break on Steel Guitar Rag from the now-infamous Merle Haggard Bday Tapes! Hope you folks enjoy


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    Welcome back, Hayes, great break. That tune I’ve played as a straight Rag with double stops. Perhaps I should incorporate some Tinyisms.
    Thanx & Happy New Year,
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    Quote Originally Posted by mandopops View Post
    Welcome back, Hayes, great break. That tune I’ve played as a straight Rag with double stops. Perhaps I should incorporate some Tinyisms.
    Thanx & Happy New Year,
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    Would love to hear what you've got going with the double stops on this one Joe! Happy New Year to you too brother, hope all is well.

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    As promised, here is a stripped down version of the melody to Steel Guitar Rag. Enjoy!


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