Slide guitar blues solo in open G tuning – SL001

36 Comments

  1. PETER WRIGHT

    Is that a hound dog dobro an what strings have you on it , grey lesson bye the way

  2. Skeeter McGraw

    Thanks for the tut. Can't believe the haters that are so unwilling to share their vast musical knowledge yet buzz their A strings!

    If you respond to this you are a paranoid arthritic troll.

  3. D T

    Derek Trucks told me he plays in open A

  4. jerry umfress

    Thanks Ted. I'm 65 and been playing since I was 12. Just bought a Gretsch bobtail and I love it. Your video had opened a new world for me, I needed a change, thanks😎

  5. wesmatron

    ps… That guitar you are playing is a Dobro, isn't it? I think what you are referring to is a lap-steel?

  6. curtzblues

    Ted, great lesson mixing technique and licks; best way to learn to create one's own style.  The trolls are somethin' aren't they?  Staring at their phones has frustrated their playing and worse, they likely have the same issues with their sex lives.  Play on!

  7. FoulOwl

    hey cockandballs thanks for explaining all the various tunings and how to tune! That info can be found literally NOWHERE else on the web. And the players who used them….invaluable material.Wow thanks, a real eye opener! I really got so much with your in depth complete lack of wasting my time with worthless info ike left or right hand technique, how to form the diad, which strings to play open, which to fret ,mute or what fret or string to start or finish on.Keep em guessin's my motto. Clapton in G huh?Great!

  8. FoulOwl

    hey cockandballs thanks for explaining all the various tunings and how to tune! That info can be found literally NOWHERE else on the web. And the players who used them….invaluable material.Wow thanks, a real eye opener! I really got so much with your in depth complete lack of wasting my time with worthless info ike left or right hand technique, how to form the diad, which strings to play open, which to fret ,mute or what fret or string to start or finish on.Keep em guessin's my motto. Eric Clapton in G huh?Great!

  9. FoulOwl

    hey cockandballs thanks for explaining all the various tunings and how to tune! That info can be found literally NOWHERE else on the web. And the players who used them….invaluable material.Wow thanks, a real eye opener! I really got so much with your in depth complete lack of wasting my time with worthless info ike left or right hand technique, how to form the diad, which strings to play open, which to fret ,mute or what fret or string to start or finish on. I like instructors to keep that secret.Keep em guessin's my motto. Eric Clapton in G huh?Great!

  10. FoulOwl

    hey cockandballs thanks for explaining all the various tunings and how to tune! That info can be found literally NOWHERE else on the web. And the players who used them….invaluable material.Wow thanks, a real eye opener! I really got so much with your in depth complete lack of wasting my time with worthless info ike left or right hand technique, how to form the diad, which strings to play open, which to fret ,mute or what fret or string to start or finish on. I like instructors to keep that secret.Keep em guessin's my motto. Eric Clapton in G huh?Great!

  11. FoulOwl

    hey cockandballs thanks for taking all that time explaining all the various tunings and how to tune! That info can be found literally NOWHERE else on the internet. Oh and the players who have used them. That's invaluable lesson plan material. Wow thanks, a real eye opener! Then I really got so much theory with your in depth complete lack of wasting my time by incuding worthless info like,you know, left or right hand technique, how to properly form the diad, which strings to play open, which ones to fret or mute,or evevn what fret or string to start or finish on…. I like it when my instructor keeps that stuff secret. Keep em guessin is my motto. But Eric Clapton in G huh?…..Goog stuff!

  12. FoulOwl

    hey cockandballs thanks for taking all that time explaining all the various tunings and how to tune! That info can be found literally NOWHERE else on the internet. Oh and the players who have used them. That's invaluable lesson plan material. Wow thanks, a real eye opener! Then I really got so much theory with your in depth complete lack of wasting my time by incuding worthless info like,you know, left or right hand technique, how to properly form the diad, which strings to play open, which ones to fret or mute,or evevn what fret or string to start or finish on…. I like it when my instructor keeps that stuff secret. Keep em guessin is my motto. But Eric Clapton in G huh?…..Goog stuff!

  13. Mark Lewis

    I found the easiest way to understand theory on g tuneing is to take the root next to the third and count five frets up now take the root next to the fifth and count five frets up there now turn the guitar upside down and you have a perfect mirror image of g tune.now if you can't understand that you are a idiot

  14. Nick

    really, too much unnecessary rambling, and not nearly enough actual playing…oxycontin is such a problem..

  15. Andy Winford

    Are you palm muting. I am desperately trying to learn slide and I think I'm missing something in muting strings you are not playing.

  16. tim sim

    thanks for the video Ted. very informative. forget those ungrateful assholes who can't appreciate anything.

  17. CBrolley

    Grammar Police!…Dwayne, you misspelled the word "you're" seven times. It's short for "you are." "Your" is incorrect.

  18. Kevinpaul

    Andy is wrong too. Those brothers that named their guitars have a in on federal records and own the dobro name. I will never bother you with that again..

  19. Kevinpaul

    A Dobro is only a name brand Ted. It is a resonator just like what you are holding. You and I have round neck resonators. The resonator with the square neck is played on your lap. No matter what is on the head stock, Drobro, National or Fender it can be played like a guitar with a round neck.

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