HELP ON A TUNE CALLED RHYTHM GUITAR

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HELP ON A TUNE CALLED RHYTHM GUITAR

Postby charlie mccabe » Sun Aug 24, 2014 11:25 pm

ANY ONE KNOW WHAT ALBUM CHET PLAYED A JERRY REED TUNE CALLED (RHYTHM GUITAR)
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Re: HELP ON A TUNE CALLED RHYTHM GUITAR

Postby BobFrye » Mon Aug 25, 2014 11:02 pm

Hi Charlie,

Don't believe it was ever on an album. I think it was released only on a 45.

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Re: HELP ON A TUNE CALLED RHYTHM GUITAR

Postby Ray Bohlken » Tue Aug 26, 2014 2:06 pm

Here's a list of albums that is on the Mister Guitar site. If you click on the links for an album, the songs on that album will be listed. I have Rhythm Guitar on a 45, but I can't remember if it's on one of my albums or not.
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http://misterguitar.us/discography/index.html
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Re: HELP ON A TUNE CALLED RHYTHM GUITAR

Postby DagerRande » Tue Aug 26, 2014 5:41 pm

I've heard the "signature lick" from that song in several others such as "Me and My Guitar" on the album by the same name but I agree that "Rhythm Guitar" has only been recorded on a 45.
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Re: HELP ON A TUNE CALLED RHYTHM GUITAR

Postby jean-luc » Wed Aug 27, 2014 1:23 pm

This tune is available only on a 45 in US.
You can find it on the 2LP Guitar Pickin' Man from UK (Cambra CR062 released in 1983).
Never released on CD.
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Re: HELP ON A TUNE CALLED RHYTHM GUITAR

Postby AngusH » Wed Sep 10, 2014 5:49 am

Just spotted this on ebay: http://www.ebay.com/itm/MISTER-GUITAR-5 ... 3ce7f0e54c

Not sure if you were looking for the tab, but it's not one I've ever seen anywhere else.

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Re: HELP ON A TUNE CALLED RHYTHM GUITAR

Postby craigdobbins » Thu Sep 11, 2014 9:59 am

The transcription in Mister Guitar is basically the same as mine in AGW Vol 11 No 1 (available from my website). Mark and I "consulted" on the version in Mister Guitar.

The original recording was on the flip side of From Nashville With Love, from 1966. It's credited to Chet, but it's a Jerry Reed compostion. Chet "recycled" the lick in several tunes, including Huntin' Boots, I Saw the Light (duet version with Hank Snow), and Me and My Guitar. Odell Martin did a great quote from the tune in his version of Nine Pound Hammer, from the Grammer Guitar promo LP.

You can order the AGW back issue here:

http://www.craigdobbins.com/AGW%20back%20issues.html

Thanks,

Craig
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Re: HELP ON A TUNE CALLED RHYTHM GUITAR

Postby craigdobbins » Thu Sep 11, 2014 10:02 am

P.S. I did a workshop on the tune at CAAS several years ago, and hardly anyone showed up. Later, a guy heard me playing the tune at our table, rushed over, and said, "What is that? I've always wanted to learn that tune!" I told him it was Rhythm Guitar, and that I did a workshop on it a couple of hours before. He said, "Oh no! I thought the workshop was on rhythm guitar, and I can already strum!"
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