getting stared in DADGAD
After playing in Drop D for a while i am starting to learn DADGAD. Listening to Randall Bays and Daithi Sproule on wgbh.org has really inspired me. I like his backup because in consists of alot of moving line and bass runs, whereas in Drop D just tend to sit on chords.
If anyone has tips feel free to chime in. Listening to Daithi i get the impression that his left hand is always moving, he does not stay on any one chord for to long.