Erk Pod 311 – Erk’s Back In The Saddle (oops, trains don’t have saddles!)

Welcome to episode 311 of Erk Pod. On this episode, Erk talks about his return to his place of employment, talks about service disruptions & how they could last all day, talks about his quest to learn the guitar, does housekeeping & more. There’s a bit of ambient noise thrown in for good measure on this episode on this episode that was recorded over a period of 2 days. All opinions are Erk’s own, insert usual disclaimer *here*.

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Erk Pod episode 311

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Duration: 88 minutes

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  1. The fingering on the A chord will make sense when you try to switch between it and other chords more fluidly, especially the E chord.

    And yes, you could (technically) play it by just fretting all the strings with one finger. That’s called a barre chord and they do have their place.

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