by Christopher Sung
his page is full of little yummy chordal ideas inspired by "Little Wing". A lot of the ideas that are used on the G major chord are simply transposed up 5 frets when it comes time for the C major. The slid chords in mms. 5-6 use a MajorAdd9 type of structure, where we take an Aadd9 and slide it down to Gadd9 and finally Fadd9. Double stops similar to those in page 2 are employed for the C major in mms. 7-8. When we hit the E minor in measure 9, we return to our Gadd9 structure first, and then simply play a little melody with the open G string or B string ringing on top of it in measure 10. Mms. 11-12 just use variations of what we used before on the C major chord.