B3. “Nani Kaʻala” Solo Arrangement 1

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  • Bo Lusk Feb 3, 2023

    For me the easiest way to get the G note over the G7 chord is to hold a standard G7 and then swing my pinky finger over to the 3rd fret of the E string. My index finger is already in place on the F note so I’m less prone to forgetting that small change in the melody over the G7. It also lets the chord ring out longer while I pick.

    • Brad Bordessa Feb 5, 2023

      This is a perfectly fine solution if it works for you. I know a lot of folks struggle with “pinky-first” playing like this, but it’s great if you can do it. Thanks for sharing your experience!

    • Patrice Leguy Mar 11, 2023

      Same for me ! And from F to G, there’s place to make a light slide, which I find nice…