Mary had a little lamb on guitar
It's also a great jamming tune if you play in a band or go to a jam session. You may want to rate the tab now too:. The solo is awesome too and I'd highly recommend you having a go at transcribing it, but there's a lesson coming next week for it too:
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Mary Had A Little Lamb - Stevie Ray Vaughan
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The reason she felt this way is because we very quickly become used to whatever we experience, and consider it normal. We never question whatever tensions we experience in learning new skills on the guitar, and in fact consider it part of the doing of it.
MARY HAD A LITTLE LAMB: Easy Guitar Lesson
And it often is, but it doesn't have to continue to be that strenuous. We can learn to do the movements with less effort.
However, when we first try something, it is often not possible to do it without a lot of excess tension. The mistake we make is that we assume the tension is inevitable, and never realize we can get to a point where we can get the result we want without all the huffing, puffing and straining.
Often, more stretch or muscle development is required, which will come with a correct approach. Of course, as we continue to try the new sue, and assume the strain and effort we feel is essential in order to do what we are trying to do, that effort becomes ingrained into our approach, and creates even more strain and stress. So we have a vicious circle, which leads to frustration and bad playing.
So extra tension in the muscles, which every advanced player knows is the number one cause of playing difficulty, becomes a blind spot for us.