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    Les Paul Forum Member VintageWoodWorkshop's Avatar
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    Early Allman Brothers Lessons

    Hey Fellas, it's been awhile since I've been on the forum or played much guitar regularly but I'm finally getting back into it and having a blast. I had some requests for some more early Allman Brothers lessons so I've recently posted two new videos with more to come. These cover the basic riffs, chords and structure without getting into the solos if you're interested:

    Hot Lanta
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XNDOVb6XF5k

    Don't Want You No More
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NpEyXGmdT2g

    Take care brothers, Kyle

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    Re: Early Allman Brothers Lessons

    Good stuff, glad to see PA folks on the LPF!! On a side note, it's funny all the recommended videos in the side bar for your video are for govt conspiracy theories, whats that got to do with the ABB

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    Re: Early Allman Brothers Lessons

    Quote Originally Posted by Dothedew View Post
    Good stuff, glad to see PA folks on the LPF!! On a side note, it's funny all the recommended videos in the side bar for your video are for govt conspiracy theories, whats that got to do with the ABB
    Thanks, yeah what's with the Illuminati connection? Weird...ha-ha

    Just posted another video for the rhythm for its not my cross to bear

    http://youtu.be/7I4rdSsmkEk

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    Re: Early Allman Brothers Lessons

    Nice, I am always looking for ABB and any old southern rock/Blues lessons like this. Been playing most of my life but I feel if you ever quit learning your done for.

    Thank you for the lessons.

    Feel free to do some lessons pointed at Duane's or Dickie's Solo parts anytime you want
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    Re: Early Allman Brothers Lessons

    Ok thanks, yeah I'm planning on a bunch more in the coming weeks....solo parts too (my best attempt anyway)!

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    Re: Early Allman Brothers Lessons

    Here's the link to the lesson playlist... plan on adding at least one per week:

    https://www.youtube.com/playlist?lis...zvwP3MryNz1SWq

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    Re: Early Allman Brothers Lessons

    Very nice. Thanks for posting this. I watched your first set of videos a while back but had forgotten to subscribe. Then I couldn't find them any longer. It looks like you changed your YouTube name. Glad to have found your channel again. Oh, and you're not too far down the road from me!
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    Re: Early Allman Brothers Lessons

    awesome, thanks man! yeah, changed my name to Vintage Wood Workshop which I figured works for guitar-related stuff and woodworking. I'm planning on tackling a guitar neck for a tele body out of barn wood I made a few years ago so that bridges the gap between the two.

    So, you're in Lancaster...nice...my stepson is going to Millersville. Have a good one my friend!

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    Re: Early Allman Brothers Lessons

    Really awesome channel man. I dig it!

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    Re: Early Allman Brothers Lessons

    Thank you Ship! Just posted a new vid on the 1965 Ampeg Rocket 2. https://youtu.be/CmVUKCe_0zs

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    Re: Early Allman Brothers Lessons

    Quote Originally Posted by Dothedew View Post
    Good stuff, glad to see PA folks on the LPF!! On a side note, it's funny all the recommended videos in the side bar for your video are for govt conspiracy theories, whats that got to do with the ABB
    Quote Originally Posted by Russian Bear View Post
    Thanks, yeah what's with the Illuminati connection? Weird...ha-ha

    Just posted another video for the rhythm for its not my cross to bear

    http://youtu.be/7I4rdSsmkEk
    the sidebar videos are dependent on what you regularly watch, they've been tracking you...
    No comment

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    Re: Early Allman Brothers Lessons

    Quote Originally Posted by kidmo View Post
    the sidebar videos are dependent on what you regularly watch, they've been tracking you...
    I believe you're right, at the time I was talking to my students about the moon landings (I teach 8th grade science) and that Youtube search yields many crazy conspiracy theory videos. I have to admit I did watch a few to see what they were basing their ideas on...haha

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    Re: Early Allman Brothers Lessons

    Here's a new video I did on Duane's ending solo from You Don't Love Me Live from Filmore East. Part 2 coming soon: https://youtu.be/UtTL4-F35Xc
    Last edited by VintageWoodWorkshop; 12-28-17 at 06:21 AM.

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    Re: Early Allman Brothers Lessons

    You link is for a 40 second YouTube commercial for West World

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    Re: Early Allman Brothers Lessons

    Quote Originally Posted by toxpert View Post
    You link is for a 40 second YouTube commercial for West World
    Ok, sorry, link should work now!

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    Re: Early Allman Brothers Lessons

    Here's the lesson on the very last part of Duane's solo on You Don't Love Me from Live at Filmore East:

    https://youtu.be/ThS24LIUtVs

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    Re: Early Allman Brothers Lessons

    Here's lesson #1 in a series on Duane's slide style (the basics on his technique and how to use your right hand)
    https://youtu.be/ynwwqxWrrzU

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    Re: Early Allman Brothers Lessons

    Quote Originally Posted by VintageWoodWorkshop View Post
    Here's lesson #1 in a series on Duane's slide style (the basics on his technique and how to use your right hand)
    https://youtu.be/ynwwqxWrrzU
    very nice video!

    thanks for posting

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    Re: Early Allman Brothers Lessons

    Quote Originally Posted by Pellman73 View Post
    very nice video!

    thanks for posting
    Glad you liked it, thanks for checking it out! More Allman Bros videos in the works (plus woodworking, blacksmithing, you name it...haha)

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    Re: Early Allman Brothers Lessons

    Quote Originally Posted by VintageWoodWorkshop View Post
    Glad you liked it, thanks for checking it out! More Allman Bros videos in the works (plus woodworking, blacksmithing, you name it...haha)
    I made a George Nakashima conoid chair in the woodshop in college. It took 3 years. it looks cool as hell.

    I love wood working- I just don't to it now because my job requires that I cannot afford to lose a fingie

    didn't duane once say something like all you need to get good at slide is to get a big bag of... you know... white stuff-- go out to your house by the pond and just do it?

    I forget where I read that or heard it but I felt its not something that you could make up..

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    Re: Early Allman Brothers Lessons

    Quote Originally Posted by Pellman73 View Post
    I made a George Nakashima conoid chair in the woodshop in college. It took 3 years. it looks cool as hell.

    I love wood working- I just don't to it now because my job requires that I cannot afford to lose a fingie

    didn't duane once say something like all you need to get good at slide is to get a big bag of... you know... white stuff-- go out to your house by the pond and just do it?

    I forget where I read that or heard it but I felt its not something that you could make up..
    that's awesome....those chairs are amazing. yeah, I'm extremely careful that I don't do anything that gets my fingers near any spinning objects! I think Duane DID say that...haha.

    Here's a series on Dreams I started: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oDzvQKTUE6g&t=25s

    Also, I started a new channel as well where all future guitar vids will go: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrr...ExeY-ljNn_WFRA

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