TAKE THE A TRAIN - GUITAR LESSON - Chord Melody Tutorial + TABS

Guitarversum Sandra Sherman

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Published on 24 November 2019
Note for note GUITAR TUTORIAL on TAKE THE A - TRAIN Chord Melody style. Guitar chords + melody at once. TABS + Playalong TABS or BACKING TRACKS via PayPal: IMPORTANT: Click "Return to merchant" at the end of the Paypal order to receive the file(s) (instant download !!!) - TABS (PDF TABS incl. regular notation) $ 1.99 https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=Z4TTM5G2PWW7G Click "Return to merchant" at the end of the Paypal order and don't forget to save your TABS! - BACKING TRACKS: (4 Tracks, 1x slow, 3xLoop slow, 1x fast, 3xLoop fast) $ 2.99 https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=Q77N66UCWG85C Instant Download! Click "Return to merchant" at the end of the Paypal order! - Guitar Pro 7 + GP 5 TABS incl. notation (Optimized for Guitar Pro 7): $ 2.29 Buy only if you have the Guitar Pro Software! Otherwise please buy the PDF TABS from above! Instant DL! https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=G8TW8MQ9S6BM4 Instant Download! Click "Return to merchant" at the end of the Paypal order! - FULL PACKAGE (incl.: PDF TABS incl reg. notation, 4x Backing Tracks, Guitar Pro 7 + GP 5 TABS): $ 4.98 https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=5DQGD94VFX4YW Instant Download! Click "Return to merchant" at the end of the Paypal order! ************************************************************** In this guitar lesson I'm going to teach you the jazz standard Take The A Train by Billy Strayhorn and made famous by Duke Ellington. I made a chord melody arrangement for guitar, that I consider intermediate level. I'll be teacing you all the Take The A Train guitar chords along with the melody, which when played simultaniously is called chord melody. So if you ever wanted to know how to play Take The A Train on guitar this is the perfect guitar lesson for you. What makes this song so unique is the use of the D9#11 chord. This is a chord derived from the melodic minor scale, which wasn-t used a lot back in the old Swing / Big Band era days. Billy Strayhorn was the first to use this mixolydian #11 scale and it's famous chord. I've also included the famous Take the A Train Intro and transcribed it for guitar. I've also made backing tracks so you can immideatly play along to Take The A Train. And of course, as I always do, I made the Take the A Train guitar tab too, which you can download from one of the links in this description box. To sum it up, in this Take the A Train guitar tutorial you'll learn: * How to play the Guitar chords * The chord progression, respectivly the chord changes * The guitar comping is also automaticly included if you let go of the melody and just play the gutiar chords * And of course the chord melody arrangement. If you like my chord melody guitar arrangement and appreciate the fact I'm providing you with guitar tabs and backing tracks, please give me athumbs up. If you like this Take The A Train guitar lesson, please like the video and don't forget to subscribe to my channel for many more chord melody guitar tutorials. Subscribe my channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/guitarversumsandrasherman My Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/guitarversum My Twitter: https://twitter.com/guitarversum My Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/guitarversum Hugs, Sandra :-)

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