Liza Jane (Key of A)

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    John (BGD)
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    Joe
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    From Oklahoma.

    Love this. Great job all the way around.

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    It should be working now! Click the “Join Today!” tab in the menu above. John

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    Clint McCaa
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    Please tab the ending you used on Liza Jane in the video. I think it would be a good video to discuss and show (tab) some kick-offs and endings.
    thanks, Clint McCaa

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    John (BGD)
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    Hi Clint, that is a great idea. I will work on a post for “kick-offs” and “endings.” I have a ton of shave-and-a-haircut endings that I could post. Here is the ending I play on Liza Jane:

    liza jane fiddle lesson tablature

    If the above image is too small, here is a link to the full image:
    https://bluegrassdaddy.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/liza_jane_ending.jpg

    You can hear the ending at 1:36 in this video. You will notice that I start the first note before the measure actually begins, to notify the band that this is the ending.

    You can find the entire lessons here:

    Liza Jane (Key of A)

    Let me know if this helps!
    John

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    Clint McCaa
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    SWEET !

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    phil2000
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    Hi John,
    I am learning to play Liza Jane and I noticed you play a few double stops in the video at 1:07. What strings are you playing?

    Thanks
    Phil

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    John (BGD)
    John (BGD)
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    Hi Phil, I am playing the E string open there. “Liza Jane” is in the key of A, and played mostly on the A string, so playing the A and the E together during that song really helps to fatten it up and give it an Old Time feel.

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