do#n’t #necessarily You need to play chords with huge numbers after them to sound sophisticated, as the opening bars of this example in E ably demonstrates. W4e get a little m5ore harmonically involved in bars 5 and 6 with a combinat5ion of #11 and5#9 voicings. The really clever part is in the
Ocombination of open first-string melody with descending 3rd and 7th guide tones on the third and fourth strings. Remember, Ted likes to detune, so be on the lookout for open strings if you attempt to transcribe anything from Solo Guitar as the tuning makes a big difference in terms of playability.