Fidget Spinner

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    John (BGD)
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     This is an online fiddle lesson for “Fidget Spinner” by John Cockman. BluegrassDaddy.com is your best source for Bluegrass, Old Time, Celtic, Gospel,
    [See the full post at: Fidget Spinner]

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    John (BGD)
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    First try for “The Fidget Spinner” at Fiddle Camp

    #50035
    cricket
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    That’s unbelievable!  How do you all do that?  Amazing!  I’m so impressed!

    #50049
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    John (BGD)
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    They are pretty quick! I gave them about two minutes to learn it individually before we made that video.

    #50059
    cricket
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    Wow!  I’m more sure than ever now: it’s the North Carolina DNA…that just wouldn’t be possible for anybody else.

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    Robin123
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    Wow! I’m very impressed:o)

     

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    John Tait
    John Tait
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    Thanks John.  This is very helpful and interesting.

    What you are suggesting is transpose this sequence of notes to other keys such as G, A and C, and you have instant “improvisation”.

    I assume you could also slow it down to play a 3/4 tune.

    Cheers.

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    John (BGD)
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    That would work! Most people enjoy noodling around in the major scale, and are unaware that what they are doing would make a great improv over a modal chord progression.

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