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bmreeds

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Just found this video on UT, somehow I missed it...wow...what a great tune...I wanted to take a shot at it but couldn't find a lead sheet anywhere....Not that good at working it out from the Ted video or the Dusty Springfield original...Did Ted write this up for any of his students?....
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I agree it's a great tune and I love the way Ted played it on the vid.
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bmreeds

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Ted always went with tunes with great melodys, this is no exception...On the video, looks like he may have it written down for reference..I think he is playing in Abminor....
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I checked the "Ted Archive" and we don't have anything arrangement written down for "Just A Little Lovin'."
That's not to say that it doesn't exist.  If Ted wrote something up for a student, it is possible that the original is with the student.
Usually Ted asked for xerox copies of lessons sheets that he made specifically for a student during a lesson....but there's always a chance that some didn't get back to him.

If Ted is referring to some page, it could be a tunes list that has roadmaps or other shorthand notes as reminders.

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Yeah, thats possible....I checked through the lists and didn't find it....
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Hi,
I just did a transcription of this wonderful Ted's performance, listening to the video on YT. I tried to be as accurate as possible and I think the result is very close to the original. Hope you like it.
Thanks, Ted.


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PaulV

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Hi Radons,
Excellent job! 
I even like the sound of the midi with the reverb and the more guitar-ish sound than other midi playbacks have.

Would you be interested in sharing your score with us?  I'd love to add it to our collection in the "Transcriptions" section.
Just shoot me a PM via this Forums and we'll connect to work out the details.

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DaveAnno

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+1 to what Paul said, great job man!
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bmreeds

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very nice!!...
Radons

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To complete the job ...
this is my cover and a 50% slowed up tutorial.
I hope it can be useful.
I've never played a telecaster. I wonder if those chord positions would be easier with it than with my acoustic guitar. My fingers still complain!





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Michel

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Very nice, thank you.
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