[Harp-L] Midnight rider

Gary Lehmann gnarlyheman@xxxxx
Tue Apr 25 01:41:54 EDT 2017

You are more than welcome--I better post a video, not tonight, not
tomorrow, but soon.
I tried it a little bit again today, it works pretty well!

On Mon, Apr 24, 2017 at 10:33 PM, ian osborn <davidianosborn at xxxxx>

> Thanks for the great response !!!
> On Mon, Apr 24, 2017 at 2:18 PM Gary Lehmann <gnarlyheman at xxxxx>
> wrote:
>> This version uses Gm and C for the "chorus" (actually just the last part
>> of the verse, by my reckoning).
>> The song is strongly in D, so you need an F#, for sure.
>> There is also a section with a Bb to C (the instrumental).
>> I just tried it with a C6/D6 (Brendan Power's Power Chromatic, a diatonic
>> tuning). I think it's a good fit, you can get the Bb as a draw bend, the
>> two chords (C and D) are in the song, you can draw bend the D, F# and A
>> notes for expression.
>> I would do a video, but I have some other things to do that might be more
>> important.
>> Seydel will make this tuning for you, so will Brendan! The Lucky 13 is a
>> good instrument to retune for this tuning, but that might be more than you
>> are up for. I would be will to create one for you, but it ain't free.
>> This message is, however, and I hope it is of value to you.
>> PS There is another version of this song by Gregg Allman with different
>> chords, FYI.
>> On Mon, Apr 24, 2017 at 7:42 AM, ian osborn <davidianosborn at xxxxx>
>> wrote:
>>> Guys
>>> Trying to learn some harp solo and back up for midnight rider by allman
>>> bros.
>>> looks like key of D but had 2 minors (g minor 7 and Am7)...
>>> Thoughts on a good harp key for this one?? I'm usually only a 1/2/3
>>> position guy...
>>> Thanks!
>>> Ian

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