So, haven’t posted here for a while. Decided to upload one of the earliest songs that I practised in regards to some of suspended (and open barre F chord substitution haha) chords used with open chords. In my humble opinion, I think this was an allright try But, who knows.
Nice job Aurimas and definitely better than alright! Keep up the good work!!!
Thanks, Eddie, I try
Great stuff Aurimas, well done
Well done Aurimus.
Guitar sounded great, Aurimas, good job on the chords and steady strumming. I think this is pretty tricky song to sing, to get the phrasing right over the rhythm, so well done on being able to play and sing through the song.
Sounding good, Aurimas. You’re making great progress. Keep up the good work.
Hello Aurimas, this song is also on ‘my list’. I’ve a bit forgotten about it, so thanks a lot for bringing it back to my mind .
Your playing was really nice, very clear and steady.
The singing part appears to be a bit tricky. Chapeau for giving it a try as well .
Another good job Aurimas and I suspect not an easy one to sing along to with phrasings and all that. Have you tried playing along with the original just to pick up some of the nuances?
Nah, I didn’t, I’d wager the lead line of the guitar would just throw me off with that: ‘da-da-dadada-da da-da-dadada-daaaa’ lol.
As David I think you did a good job on the chords and steady strumming, it sounded good and I’m happy you seem aware of it…the singing seems to me quite tricky in this One, keep on going and I’m sure that overall you’ll sound great
Not a great U2 fan but that was solidly played. Clean chords and changes and kept it moving along. Well done Aurimas !
Great tune - isn’t it the song which kept them together?
Playing sounds good to me. Smooth changes and keeps up a tight tempo.
@TheMadman_tobyjenner Stay with the Johnny Cash version, Toby. I was loving this song off his record and only later discovered it was originally by U2.