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allways clear. allways near us. thanks a lot from France.
Hey Claude…your doing a great job…very much enjoy your videos.
I’m slowly improving
Just wanted to offer a little ‘constructive’ criticism I notice on many of your videos (this one included) that it sounds like you are recording it from your …bathroom… or perhaps a large empty storage shed.
…. so easy to ‘warm up’ that sound by dropping some acoustic material…blankets…furniture …anything that might take that hollow sound…. away from your beautiful music!
Great lesson again I like this and have seen covers of it on YouTube
Very cool Claude keep up the good work thanks
Nice lesson, thanks.
Cool lesson I like this song and seen some covers on YouTube
Keep up the good work Thanks Claude
hey claude.love the regge.thanks.
A little trivia for ya,
No woman no cry means if you don’t land a good woman you won’t hear any cry around. That’s what Jamaicans call babies. No woman, no progeny dudes.
For those of us who like to play along with the lesson, could you please take a moment to help me tune to your guitar by giving me an E string to match? I can take it from there; playing along with you really helps me.
Thanks a lot and keep up the good work.
Hey Claude-Wanted to just say to keep up the good work. Guitar playing is important, and I’m not egomaniacally saying this out of the fact that I play, or you play, it’s just a simple fact-it binds the cultural world together in a unique and uncompromising way that can’t be acknowledged by those few unconscious beings who have, in fact, denied its vast and unwavering prominence….that being said, your carefree yet bold approach to instruct those whose curiosity for the instrument have overtaken their inhibitions to the point where they DESIRE TO LEARN! has, indeed, placed those future 6 string slingers into good hands…. with a man whom, for instance, injects humor into his lessons- along with utilizing a sensible approach to..,well, how about this: Getting one’s head around the F*#!*% gitbox pain-in-the-ass, for starters! ha!….anyway, you’ve been sending me great and helpful ideas for a least a couple of years now. I sincerely promise to get around to buying one of your products soon….laziness, what can I say P.S. Keep slayin with another chord
Thanks so much for this lesson. Love the song!
Thanks, Claude. No Woman No Cry is a soulful old Bob Marley tune and still one of my favorite songs of all time.
Awesome Claude needed a little back to the acoustic ;+
Great lesson. Thanks for keeping it simple, and thanks for clarifying everything you are doing in your videos. It really helps me. I love Steve Golding and really want to learn from him, but the videos you’ve posted so far by him are too technically advanced for me. I really, REALLY hope you can get him to make some very basic reggae instructional videos for us simple folks. Reggae is pretty much all I listen to, and I really want to learn how to play it right. Give thanks as always for the wonderful lessons!
Easy to folloe lesson. Many thanks!
Darryl Byron Bay Australia
Great video well explained not pompous or condescending man your good
Loved the lesson man, good job. Very easy to follow and well instructed.
Hi Claude have bought a large packet of guitar DVDs off you recently starting with rule the neck fast brilliant anyway bob Marley I noticed ( I play it anyway) you did it in normal time which was very good could you do show us the reggae time which is played on the ofbeat ie strum down 1 palmmute and strum up play strings 2palmmute and strum up which is the same time you played but your hitting the strings on the offbeat instead of the onbeat which is the reaggie style however try singing it while playing the offbeat and within a few bars I revert back to no the onbeat which is very frustrating I enjoye the lesson though this is not critiscism love your lessons xx
Nice one Claude!
Great job another fun lesson. thanks
Clear and very clear demo. Thanks Claude!
thanks Man I was looking for this Song yesterday. Awesome
keep the lessons comming Claude
A suggestion I think will be helpful to many of your followers. You send out quite a few “strictly tab” exercises and or licks. It’s difficult to get a “feel” for (the licks especially), without being able to hear it. A super quick vid or soundbite would be really helpful, keep the interest level up.
Very good, dug the info and help thanks!
the lessons just keep getting better and better – keep on keepin’ on
Thanks for posting an easy lesson, with NO reverb, distortion, overdrive etc. Nice change.
I’m really enjoying your videos and as soon as funds allow, I plan to purchase your beginning course. Thanks for the great licks.
Great song, thanks.
thanks very nice
Thanks for all your time Claude your great
Thanks. It’s a nice song and I’ll try to learn and play at party.
Love the free lessons! I was wondering if you could ever set your site up for us mobile users? Thanks.
Great lesson.thanks.nice song to do with it like a medley is So Lonely by Police.works for me.try it its fun.
all the way from kenya getting you loud en clear
Like your strait on method/hand shots knowledge.
Keep on truckin’
Ok, just delete my comments then. I must have said something that you know was correct. Why not just confront me personally if you don’t like what I had to say? After all, isn’t that why there’s a field for my email address. Stop spreading disinformation. I was always taught that if you can’t play a song right, don’t play that song. But hey, that’s just me. Keep doing what you’re doing and taking money from stupid people. Color me gone from you emailing list. Thanks for nothing.
HAVE NO IDEA WHAT YOU ARE TALKING ABOUT! LOL – CLAUDE
As for there only being one correct way to play a song thats a bunch of BS. Many interpretations on songs and many people take covers and make them their own some very effectively as well…take Walk off the Earth for instance…creativity rules
I’m there with you MikeT – it’s up to the artist to interpret the piece. You can just learn everything note for note as played by the original artist or you can play an inspired interpretation in which you are expressing yourself through the cover song. When I decide I might want to do a cover song, I listen to every version of it I can find, then arrange it to best complement my talents and expertise (or lack thereof some might say).
You don’t know how grateful I am for these lessons. Someday I’ll play a lick that sounds as good as yours. Much thanks. R
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slim pickins Jul 21, 2014
He sure was a blues player. Saw him in Sudbury (early nineties), and I'm glad I got the chance. …
admin Jul 21, 2014
Hi, Jon is not playing a G7 chord, it´s just a lick that you can play over a G7 chord. …
george Jul 21, 2014
It is very good lesson but you are playing G7 without been written and becauwe we are not specialists …