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    Tim Lerch has a fine tutorial for this arrangement on YouTube.

    A side benefit of working up one of Ted Greene's arrangements is that everything not arranged by Ted seems simple and easier to play!




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    Nice! I've never been able to get the hang of Ted's charts.

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    I understand that and I think it helps to have the notation as well. Check out Tim's tutorials.

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    I really enjoyed that. I play a very simple arrangement that I slapped together based on Frank Vignola and Bucky Pizzarelli's duo. I like this arrangement and your playing is inspiring. Ted's voicings are usually out of my reach. Pun intended.
    Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Neverisky
    Tim Lerch has a fine tutorial for this arrangement on YouTube.

    A side benefit of working up one of Ted Greene's arrangements is that everything not arranged by Ted seems simple and easier to play!



    Nice!!!!

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    very nice..right down to shakin that neck! ted style

    and props to tim for keepin ted g in the spotlight!

    cheers

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    Ted is in the spotlight every day on TedGreene.com.
    Check it out for tons of lessons and arrangements (all for free!)
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    ENJOY!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jayv999
    Ted is in the spotlight every day on TedGreene.com.
    Check it out for tons of lessons and arrangements (all for free!)
    Indeed! The transcription I worked from was from tedgreene.com. Some of Ted's charts have been generously interpreted into standard notation which I find very helpful.