Joe and the Gypsy

Since it is a New Year, you get a special deal today! LOL The tunes go together, so I just wanted to present them in the same post.:)

JOE  BANES

GYPSY PRINCESS

These two tunes are quite interesting, chord structurally. Joe Banes is played first, and it begins in the key of G, then drops to the relative minor, Em, in the B part. When you proceed on to Gypsy Princess, it begins in Em, then switches to the key of G in the B part, so then it comes around full circle to the key of G. For this music geek, it’s kind of cool…

Anyway, this set is also played in the key of A as well, so if you run across someone who wants to play it in A, just use your trusty capo on the the 2nd fret, and voila, you can play your G chords which now sound like A! Isn’t a capo such a wonderful tool?

Here is the guitar TAB and notation:

Joe Banes – Gtr TAB

Gypsy Princess – Gtr TAB

The video I chose to help you learn these tunes was picked because I like how they play the tunes as a team, as well as the fact that they aren’t playing at lightning speed. 🙂

For those who are enjoying an extended Christmas break, NOW is the time to work on these tunes. You’ll be glad that you did!

Blessings

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