LiveMusic Posted November 19, 2003 Share Posted November 19, 2003 I wrote a song on piano. It might be the "richest" song I've ever wrote. I mean, in terms of fat, rich chords. To many of you, it'd be no big deal but to me, not trained in music theory, I'm quite proud of it. When I play it for people, they say it's a keeper. A slow ballad. Now, I've figured out how to play it on guitar and I've got it down well enough now that I can play it. But there are bound to be some voicings that could make it shine. I mean, fingerstyle acoustic guitar. Any recommendations on how I could do this? I mean, like, WHO would do this? It might not take an accomplished guitarist more than a few minutes of looking at the chord progression to say no, don't play that E7sus4 like 020200, play it like (whatever). I play fingerstyle guitar but I'm no virtuoso. Someone gifted could add grace notes here and there and just flat out voice them better. The song is quite pretty on piano, so I'd like to make it shine on guitar. Hard to haul a piano around. > > > [ Live! ] < < < Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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