#82093  by raisingfreen
 Thu Jun 17, 2010 5:20 pm
Is he even plugged into a small practice amp or is that just the natural sound of the guitar unplugged. If its just unplugged that is amazing tone. Did his guitar just sound that loud unplugged?
 #82095  by JonnyBoy
 Thu Jun 17, 2010 8:01 pm
That has to be a practice amp for sure. I've seen this a few times, actually I recorded it onto my ipod at one time, "Life may be, no wait, Gone are the days..." priceless. RIP big guy.
 #82105  by jdsmodulus
 Fri Jun 18, 2010 7:10 am
Classic how he looks up at Justin and smiles after whomever came in the room. Grate Vid I wish it was longer. I want to hear that solo.
 #82160  by JonnyBoy
 Sat Jun 19, 2010 4:42 am
Here is another video recorded by Justin, thought it to be appropriate to place in this topic for everyone that hasn't seen it too:

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 #82161  by Billbbill
 Sat Jun 19, 2010 5:32 am
wonder if any of y'all noticed this - I posted in one of the other 27 or so threads w/ this vid. ;-) Thought it's worth noting again as it's not part of the 'standard' chord progression.
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First posted here 


but really belongs here. 

--life...sweeter for this 



I'd never noticed the Ab+ chord. (if that's what it's called - might be Ab+5 as it's adding the #5th) 

Pretty cool. Similar to the Dear Prudence progression, less the 7th chord 
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Actually, "Ab+5" would mean the same thing as Ab+. The raised 5 is what gives a chord an Augmented quality. 

And I think you are correct-...ish. I kind of reverse-engineered how I play it (in the 1st-fr position) and found that on the last beat of the Fm measure I do drop the root(but keep an F on top), which creates (I believe?)an Fm/Maj7 chord #7-E,3-Ab,5-C,1-F; which, if you remove the root entirely and have the maj7 on top, could also be called an Ab+ 1-Ab,3-C,#5-E. I think Fmin/Maj7 might be the more conventional way of seeing it. werxferme!