EXAMPLE1 JETHRO TULL STYLE
We start out with a fun-to-play romp in the style of Jethro Tull.
Chorus 1 [Bars 1-11] Tull’s Martin Barre is a fine player, so the opening lead line combines fast picking with hammer-ons and pull-offs. Aim for a driving and accurate feel and watch out for those 3/4 bars.
Verse [Bars 12 to 21] This riff is best played with down strums. Again keep the rhythmic aspect tight and watch out for those 3/4 bars. Take the D.S al coda back to the start for a repeat of the chorus.
Chorus 2 [Bars 22 -end] This section is a repeat of chorus 1. At the coda sign skip from bar 29 to the coda sign in bar 30. The track ends with a D minor chord slide off. Again, precision is your watchword here.