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    Mick Taylor's slow blues in the Ya-Ya's Midnight Rambler - tutorial

    Mick's playing on one of the best live album's of all time, the Stones 'Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out', is truly fabulous. I've just done a tutorial for the slow section in Midnight Rambler. For Keith's part I just used regular tuning, although I believe Keith used open G with a capo at the seventh fret.


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    Re: Mick Taylor's slow blues in the Ya-Ya's Midnight Rambler - tutorial

    My desert island album.

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    Re: Mick Taylor's slow blues in the Ya-Ya's Midnight Rambler - tutorial

    One of the best live albums ever! Taylors slide solo on Love in Vain is amongst the best guitarplaying that has ever been recorded!

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    Re: Mick Taylor's slow blues in the Ya-Ya's Midnight Rambler - tutorial

    Great stuff!

    FWIW, Keef used standard tuning with a capo at the 7th fret.

    I struggled for years playing it w/out a capo, but it is a breeze with one. E, D and A forms at 7th.

    Have played it with a singer who doesn't really play lead, so I have to pull the capo off to solo effectively...

    The Stones at their best!!!
    Last edited by 57gold; 08-11-18 at 03:52 PM.

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    Re: Mick Taylor's slow blues in the Ya-Ya's Midnight Rambler - tutorial

    Quote Originally Posted by 1242 View Post
    Mick's playing on one of the best live album's of all time, the Stones 'Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out', is truly fabulous. I've just done a tutorial for the slow section in Midnight Rambler. For Keith's part I just used regular tuning, although I believe Keith used open G with a capo at the seventh fret.

    Awesome stuff there. Great job.

    Taylor does like those double note licks. He uses them when he starts the solo for "Sympathy for the Devil" - except in E of course.

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