How to Play Gee Baby Ain’t I Good to You – Kenny Burrell Blues Lesson

10 Comments

  1. Phil Manuel

    Can't find the tab or any for that matter. All of the nav buttons ask for my email, even after 'login'. Fed up with this type of trickery. I can't even unsubscribe from the list or delete my account. This is madness. Yes, the lesson is good, but the redirection is unforgivable. I will not be subscribing or watching other video lessons from Guitar Control. Stay away from the site!

  2. HFSTube

    Yes – nice, but the free tabs are difficult to find (after sign in) and of bad quality (jpg-file). You should do a pdf.

  3. 37BopCity 2017

    The link to the "Free Tab" doesn't work. You are just directing people to your website to get them to sign on.

  4. Oleg Egorov

    Amazing lesson – simple and clear. Thank you very much for your work !

  5. Sysiphistication

    I like the way you call out how the chord is fingered by the fret number beginning from the 6th string, using a zero if a string is not fingered, and relating to the viewer if the string is intended to be muted. I've been using this method for a couple of years, and finding it easier to remember where the chord is. I also find that in watching various videos, it's the best way of knowing what is being fingered. So many times I have a hard time trying to tell what's being noted and what's merely in the way.

    And I love those really tasty leading #5's…the augminished and demented chords.<G>

  6. Sysiphistication

    I could be accused of having fairly eclectic taste, but this is one of my faves. The version I'm most familiar with is the Nat Cole/Oscar Moore. I do like Kenny Burrell, but I think of him as being more of a BeBop guy. But thanks for covering this song.

  7. hutz13

    Thanks for this Kenny lesson, can you do a lesson on his version of Girl Talk sometime?

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