I may have gone overboard, but what I was trying to do was compensate for the fact that, although I try my best to memorize all the selections and play them exactly the way I heard them, I generally play them slightly differently. Worse still, if I play something twice, I often play it a bit differently each time. Given this, I could either modify the tab so it reflects what I played and not what I heard on the record, leave the tab as is which is not the way I played it, or supply tab for all versions: the original and the way I played it each time. I chose the last option.
The reason I say I may have gone overboard is that the differences may have been small enough to live with.
: Im now strugglin with the blind blake lesson.
: And I have a question about the booklet that
: comes with the dvd.
: for every song there is tab for break 1 and
: then there is break 1 (as played by blind
: blake) what is the difference?
: for example. there is a "baby lou blues
: - break" and then there is "baby
: lou blues - break, as played by blind
: this repeats for every song. I thought all
: the tabs was as played by blind blake or am
: I missing something?