#1
im just starting to get into SRV and was wondering what his easiest song to start out to would be.
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Life by the Drop
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First of all you should learn to play a simple 12 bar blues and the theory behind it. After that you'll find it a lot easier.
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#7
i know 12 bar blues. i learned it when i played hendrix's cover of killing floor.
#9
If you know the 12 bar blues, then why do you want an "easy" SRV song?

The thing with Stevie is that he didn't just do the basic "Blues Shuffel" he did it in his own style and called it a "Texas Shuffel". You need to learn that to play an SRV song.

Go to www.steviesnacks.com they have some good lessons, you can also find their lessons on youtube for "Pride and Joy"

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#10
If you know the 12 bar blues you're a good deal of the way there. The rest of it is the rhythm/lead shuffle style mentioned above + a lot of other "stevie-isms".
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#11
i prolly should learn that, because i found that the verse on Pride and Joy was kinda difficult... not to do it, but make it sound not ****ty. Ive been playing for about 5 years now so it shouldnt be to tough....
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