Well , let's tune this thing up to open D OK , you're not going to be raising any strings .
You're only going to be lowering strings .
So it's actually , it's not too , too hard on your strings , you know , you're not , hopefully you shouldn't be breaking strings .
So the six string here is normally a G in open G tuning , you know , the normal GD GB D tuning .
But in open D we drop it 2.5 steps down to ad sounds like that real low , real gray .
Your fifth string , you lower from A B down to an A , it's one whole step .
Your fourth string stays the same .
That's D , your third string goes down a half step from G down to F sharp .
Sounds like that .
Now mine is , is tuned that F sharp is tuned just a little bit flat because I think it blends a little bit better .
Blends a little bit better with all the other strings .
So I tune that F sharp , just a little flat .
The second string , you tune from A B , you're going to drop it a whole step down to an A in your first string , you keep that D so that string stays the same .
So we end up with D sharp once again , D ad F sharp .
A OK .
Let's move on .
Number seven is a nice major sounding lick two incorporates a harmonic .
It sounds like this .
Try to .
Real crazy sound and left .
Let me go over .
Close up .
Exactly what I'm doing with the left hand .
That first measure and leg number seven is gonna sound like this .
What I'm doing is I'm sliding from on my first string from 5 to 4 doing a pull up to zero .
Then doing fourth fr on my second string , then open first string , doing fourth threat pull up to zero .
Then first fret and my third string and then do an open second string .
Starting the second measure , open the second string 1 to 0 on my third string .
2 to 0 on my fourth string .
Open first string , open six string and I'm gonna do a harmonic on my fifth .
It's a lot of notes .
I know .
Let's go over that second measure again .
It just opened the second string 1 to 0 .
My third string , 2 to 0 .
My fourth string , first dream string , harmonic fourth string and third string .
Fifth breath .
You just barely touch right above the fifth breath and let your finger off so it can ring out .
I tried again .
I don't think I played that right .
Let's look at the right hand .
Li number seven with the right hand starts off with middle index .
It'll play in your first string .
Index playing in your second .
So I'm keeping those three strings with three fingers , thumb , playing third , index , playing second , middle , playing first .
And now I'm gonna do index .
The next open second string is starting measure number two , open second stream , 1 to 0 , 2 to 0 , playing open first string and playing open .
And when I do that harmonic , I'm just doing that with my thumb and index .
Uh I play that wrong .
There are several variations you can do on this lick too .
I highly suggest messing around with it .
And , um , and um really trying to come up with your own variations .
She can keep bringing it down kind of like basically , um , like the leg we , we'd play before this one or that I think is two legs before this one .
Anyways , that's the right hand for Lake number seven .
Moving on Lake number eight .
Real nice bluesy one .