#1
I'm trying to learn to play the stevie ray vaughn version of little wing, any of you guys know if the guitar pro version of the song on this site is accurate? Also, do you guys have any tips to get it to sound right?
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#2
Any time you play SRV, it helps to have big ass strings, like .13-.56. As for EQ, I usually have about 45% bass, 80-90% middle, 60% Treble, and 50% reverb. When you play it, you got to play with a texas bluesy feeling. The first few notes are a statement to the song you are about to play, so play them good. It's also fun to play around with his version and Jimi's version, and kind of mix them together with your own stuff.
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