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Michael Chapdelaine – California Dreamin
Hello all, and thanks in advance for all replies, I am one of those members trapped in “perpetual beginnerdom”, and thinking it is time to break out. Told myself if I can learn just one hard to me song then I will accept that Chapdelaind am going to stick with it this time, and finally pay for some good lessons. Song is “California Dreamin”. I almost have all the chord changes down now. I must clifornia watched several hundred youtube videos and printed out a ton of tab.
BUT, I cannot seem to find a tab on a single 6 string guitar intro. It seems that no two sites agree on anything after the first 11 notes.
And yes I know, if I started the lessons ereamin then the teacher could just show me.
Michael Chapdelaine – California Dreamin – video dailymotion
But that is not my deal. Again thanks, I did a long search here on this site but came up blank.
Last edited by Riverwolf; at Originally Posted by Riverwolf. BUT, I cannot seem to find a tab on a single 6 string guitar into. Just because you’ve argued till a discussion turns silent doesn’t mean you have convinced anyone.
Originally Posted by ljguitar. He’s in Amin relative to chapfelaine capo if that helps Dan C Holloway does a nice job with this song. You have to join his site www. Man, if you can mchael to play that song like Michael my hat’s off to you!
This TAB seems ok to me. I think the intro is right as it sounds pretty good when played. Yes, that tab looks pretty similar to what I do for this intro. That Michael Chapdelaine version is incredible, in that he’s able to get the syncopated feel of the two guitars with only one guitar well, the whole thing is great, but the intro blew me away.
The good news is that you don’t have to get too fancy to play something that sounds close enough. The way I describe the intro is: I also hit multiple strings with the pick regularly to try to get more of the feel of the two guitars in the original recording. A few years, I put together a pretty mediocre recording for someone on a forum to show how I would do this. I use the intro in place of the flute solo when doing this with a single guitar and no other instruments.
By the way, I did it capo 3, so it’s a half step below the original.
I was on travel at the time, only had a classic iPod and a cheap iPod mic to record. I put together a video using a few photos I had available so I could post it on YouTube.
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