Love the Lord (Lincoln Brewster)

The video's just 30 seconds, but it was enough to keep me occupied for quite some time! And as usual, I feel very humbled by Brewster's playing. Also, it doesn't quite sound the same without his characteristic tone - to hear me more clearly, lower the highs on your equaliser, as I occupy more of the lower frequencies and don't cut through the background mix well.



Tabs
Most of the solo rotates between these three notes.. there are some slides as well..
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-12--10--8--10----
-12--11--9--11----
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And here's the really fast fill
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-12---------------------------
-12-14p12--------12-----------
----------14p12--12h14--------
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-12-12------------------
-12-12------------------
-------12s10-12----10---
----------------12------

To end, play
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-15--
-16--
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6 comments:

Shiru said...

Kenny, for your right hand, are you using chicken pickin technique?

Sean said...

Hi Kenny,

Thanks for the tabs and videos, it helps lots. It would also help if you include what pre-amp effects you use (eg: distortion, heavy metal, etc) so that newbies like me can try to get the same nice sound like yours. Else we don't have much clue how to get those sounds. Thanks!

dave holzemer said...

any chance you could play that opening part slow?

Brian M said...

Any chance you might show how to play the fast runs at the ends of the choruses

Brian M said...

Actually there are lots of fun little runs he does, the 1st is after V1.

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