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Kenny Chesney my tractor sexy has a prominant fiddle part at the very beginning of the song. This video shows exactly how ...
to play the lick which starts the song. She thinks my tractors sexy is one of Kenny Chesney's most famous tunes.
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How to Play My Tractors Sexy on Violin Fiddle
Hello and welcome to violintutorpro.com. And I don’t know why I wear this hat, where there is a Kenny Chesney tractor hat and since we’re going to be teaching how to play “She thinks my tractor’s sexy” that would be kind of appropriate. So now I'm not going to write out the notes in this one. I just want to kind of show you where to put my fingers and how I bow it. And my boys going to show you the intro which is the prevalent part. Now I'm going to play the fourth part. That’s kind like the famous intros that everyone knows on Fiddle.
So what you’re going to do is you got to have your first finger as long you can get a strung okay? That’s a B flat okay? And at the same time you’re playing that B flat, you’re going to be playing a G which is second finger in an E string. It’s actually G natural, okay. So there’s going to be a space in between both your B flat and your G. Let’s go and play this chord.
So I play them separate. This is the B flat—and a G. So play them together. So we’re going to play that in slur into another B flat okay? As what we are doing, by doing that is we’re playing on octave, okay? Because we’re playing the low B flat and the A as well as the high B flat on the E, okay? And it’s tricky because on a violin we have—it’s a fretless instrument. So if you're just a little to offer that pinky or your first finger is going to sound sour. So this is the first chords. It’s going to be hooked into another B flat. See I'm ready to begin as low sharp because it’s really going to be sharp or flat. So that some tune. So the keys to have that first finger down on the A string, solid as possible, if you don’t want that just move along. You’re playing your finger on times it creeps up a little bit especially when I'm doing some first at all the time. So keep that B flat down there, so it’s going to be because those are the first three notes in a little come down slur to the B flat again.
So first three notes, and B flat, G, and the last one you’re playing there is a B flat, and will go with F natural, okay, we’ll going to do a little slide into a D and play a B.
Okay so that’s kind of the first section of that and then you do the same thing again but instead of doing your B flat, you got to play a natural A, it goes—
And that three’s going to be read next to that two. So the first two segments are exactly the same except for that first one, you’re going to the B flat and the second one you’re going to an A, okay so. So we did that stuff four times, and on a guitar—you’re going to repeat that again. That’s basically it, that’s pretty much you’ll be doing the whole songs, fills in there but it’s a kind of cool parts on what’s to learn so hope that helps and hope to see you on my website which is www.violintutorpro.com I'll teach exactly how to play a violin and I also teach Fiddle, so branch you off into different styles. Hope to see you there.