CD TRACK 3
E[ Bars 102- 115] There are lots of guitar scrapes, slides and effects in this section, so you can choose your ideas to suit, using the intro delay for the spacey effects. The descending pattern in the 7th bar can be deceptively tricky to coordinate between picking and fretting hands, so make sure you’re not cutting any corners with your practice here. Slow, steady practice will reap rewards with these chromatic groupings of three and two notes. [ Bars 130- end] Slash bulks out the final E blues run with punky major chords. Although these chords sound great, there is a lot of sideways movement, which obviously requires accurate fretting. With time and practice, you should develop a feel for the distances involved, particularly the large leap from D to Bb. A good tip is to keep your eyes focused on your first finger, rather than the whole hand shape.