In 2014 Chapman Guitars and Riff City Guitar had the most serendipitous meeting the Guitar industry had ever seen. When you use the traditional increase-chuck fashion on the guitar, you’re already enjoying bass whereas covering chords as nicely—the boom is the bass and the chuck is the strummed chord. So how about just taking out the chords and spotlighting the bass? That’s what you’ll do this week in a typical chord progression similar to the one used in a track that is been on the prime of the jam-session charts for a while now: Wagon Wheel,” by Outdated Crow Medication Present and Bob Dylan. It is nothing fancy: I-V-vi-IV and then I-V-IV in the important thing of A (usually performed on guitar in G shapes with a capo on the second fret).
Kim Gordon is the bassist and one of the founding members of influential noise rock band Sonic Youth. … Read More