How to Play Windy and Warm by Chet Atkins (Guitar Lesson)


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Jim Deeming

Windy and Warm

In this lesson Jim covers his version of "Windy and Warm," a song written by John Loudermilk and performed by Chet Atkins.

Taught by Jim Deeming in Songs with Jim Deeming seriesLength: 23:43Difficulty: 3.0 of 5


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JWEjamJWEjam replied on July 9th, 2015

Jim, I see you play the Martin in many of your lessons. It appears to be the model that was given away on LiveJam. Do you have an opinion on if there are any major quality differences between that model Martin makes at their factory in Pennsylvania vs that model they make in Mexico? There is a $300 difference in price.

cutchincutchin replied on February 19th, 2015

Can anyone please tell me any advantage of using Guitar Pro 6 over the built-in Jamplay interactive tab feature? I have GP6 but It seems the me that the built-in one is adequate. Is there an advantage that perhaps I'm over looking? Thanks

cutchincutchin replied on February 7th, 2015

Will my pinky ever stop hurting from doing the bend and slide on the 2nd and 1st strings! What a killer!!

Horace LysaghtHorace Lysaght replied on January 1st, 2015

Jim, You play the G7 without a slide to e6with pinky on [email protected] which I prefer to your tabs. Any help

dougholderdougholder replied on August 31st, 2014

Fantastic!! Thank you Jim.All I've got to do now is practice and smooth it out. Excellent teaching. I know it sounds like "What have you done for me lately", but any chance you could break down "Classical Gas"?

hummonkeyhummonkey replied on March 7th, 2014

Thanks Jim. Learning to play for my stint at Fur Peace Ranch.

blueser100blueser100 replied on April 28th, 2014

Great lesson! The videos break it down very well and I like the interactive tab for practice. Thanks Jim!

mrfrogmrfrog replied on February 18th, 2014

Great song....poor teaching.... not sure im gonna pay for that site again.

CabnetmanCabnetman replied on December 21st, 2016

Man what's wrong with you? That is GREAT teaching from a GREAT teacher.

tryan30630tryan30630 replied on February 10th, 2014

The Ventures had a neat version "way back when". I was in a great little band then and our lead guitar player did a great job with it. Jim, would sure like to hear a version (your's) of "Never goin back again" back L. Buckingham of Fleetwood MAC...Great Travis picking tune.

SodaPopSodaPop replied on June 25th, 2013

tough atm but worth working for

jtanen2jtanen2 replied on February 10th, 2013

Bars 37-40 are tough. The G7 does not match the tabs or notes. I can read music and prefer it to tabs but this does not make sense to me.

tonigreertonigreer replied on January 13th, 2013

I got most of it but cant get the part with the A slide to Am. I have spent so much time trying to get it. Love this song and Im determined. I think it is just the timing Im not getting. Where can I go to "get " this part? What is guitar pro will it help?

joeyoungjoeyoung replied on November 4th, 2012

I have been able to follow you through the whole song until you get to the G part of the song and then you dont explain what you are doing with either hand and I cant follow the tab at all here.

vvdavidvvvvdavidvv replied on April 8th, 2012

the guitar pro file dose not open

paulyjpaulyj replied on November 27th, 2012

great song and a great lesson,i would also love to learn yakety axe if you could do that many thanks.

aquiguillermoaquiguillermo replied on April 4th, 2012

Gee... almost done. Boy ...quite a challenge. Worth it for sure!!! Great lesson indeed!! Thanks a lot. Gracias desde aquĆ­.

theleesthelees replied on November 21st, 2011

Parden the typo...knew should have been 'NEW'....

theleesthelees replied on November 21st, 2011

Enjoying the challenge but on measures 37 and 38 I changed the G7 to a standard 1st position G and changed meadures 39 and 40 from a C7 to a 1st position C9...It did alter the sound some but it is the only way I could play those measures and i have been working for several weeks on the tune...Of course I am knew at finger style.

GlenBGlenB replied on November 3rd, 2011

JIm - did you really say that when you move an Am shape up two frets you don't know what chord that is?

smokinjazzsmokinjazz replied on July 5th, 2013

I thought that was odd also

bladeoftheimmortalbladeoftheimmortal replied on March 31st, 2012

awesome

kryaxis1kryaxis1 replied on October 16th, 2011

GREAT SONG! all you people who can't get it on the 1st try, KEEP PRACTICING! i got it within 24 hrs

anfrgltanfrglt replied on August 21st, 2011

Good teacher and amazing guitar player but the videos can be hard to follow and very time consuming; that's why I revert to tabs but ONLY to find out that they are different than the videos NOW that is very frustrating. NOT a problem if you are seasoned player but they don't subscribe to Jam play or the likes.

siegbsiegb replied on July 7th, 2011

Good choice and well done. This is one of the finest finger picking songs ever. Also, Tommy Emmanuel does a great version of the song.

smb8453smb8453 replied on May 28th, 2011

A little bit frustrating. I love the way you play it though. The first part and main theme of the song came pretty easy as you go tru it slowly. But about part c I had to go to the tabs and they don't really match what you are doing correctly and you just kinda play thru it quickly. This is a little frustrating to me and I have been playing for awhile. I think you are a very good teacher but this could be greatly improved by slowing down and explaining the later parts or creating accurate tabs.

aldraperaldraper replied on April 11th, 2011

Good Day Jim Just working on this song. Having some trouble with bars 53 thru 62. They seem to be different than your video. Can you offer any help. Thanks !

tutskpw7171tutskpw7171 replied on January 12th, 2011

Wen trying to print the lesson for"Windy and Warm" the lesson does not print, as I only get a title play? What am I doing wrong?

jkpricejkprice replied on December 20th, 2010

thanx for lesson jim. picked this up pretty quick. can you play classical gas? i play a pretty good version..would like to a better one.. thanx

dash rendardash rendar replied on November 12th, 2010

I'm getting the hang of this, but the pinky bend is shredding my finger! I'm not used to bending with the pinky!

nbdceznbdcez replied on July 20th, 2010

Can someone help me with the 27th measure. The F chord. What is the right hand picking pattern. The TAB seems to have it wrong.

mloydpmloydp replied on May 6th, 2010

I'm having a little trouble with the G an C parts of Windy and Warm , a closeup of the right hand would be a great help here, the way it is now I'm having problems seeing which strings and at what time you pluck. Any suggestions?

ajgreeajgree replied on January 21st, 2010

Thank you for teaching and showing so clearly. I am new to jamplay and am learning at a better clip and with less frustration than I had previously. Since I don't truly have direct contact, i felt the feedback to be important. Thanks again for your effort to teach.

randy862randy862 replied on January 18th, 2010

Arrrgh! I hate it when the tabs don't match the video!!!

sean.egansean.egan replied on October 22nd, 2009

This is a frustrating lesson. There's no way to slow down the video to see what the right hand is doing. At times, Jim's thumb appears to "cheat" and hit the G string during the melody.

akman1akman1 replied on October 20th, 2009

This was a fun song to learn. It took me a good month to get it down but your instruction was excellent. The hardest part for me was the decending base line while playing melody. Once I got it though, it was fun to add some of Tommy Emmanuel's personality to it that I picked up by watching your interview with him. He really adds a different dynamic to the tune.

floorshakerfloorshaker replied on October 3rd, 2009

Hi Jim. Thanks for the clear concise instruction on this one. I know this is easy for some but it is very difficult for me and I am not wasting my time watching YouTube or reading tablature but trying to play it as YOU play it, which I think is great! I also sometimes close my eyes to try and `feel' the song and I am amazed how well I can still play. Still early days but after the Phase 2 lessons I feel confident that one day it will sound something like what you are playing, lol. Keep up the great lessons. Chris

mocoffeemocoffee replied on March 15th, 2009

Great song. I too will take a bit to get through the whole thing. The toughtest part thus far is bending the "D" note with my pinky. I just can't see to get it to ring out and moan like Jim. Any thoughts or tips would be appreciated.

andrewlohandrewloh replied on September 12th, 2009

I did it by bending downward instead of up. Try it, its much easier.

Jim.DeemingJim.Deeming replied on March 16th, 2009

That's a great question. If you watch my left hand and forearm during the bend, you can notice I am getting some assistance from a slight rotation of the hand and arm. The pinkie isn't doing it all by itself. Experiment with that and see what happens. Hold your Am chord, fret the pinkie note, and then rotate your hand a bit in the direction that will give your pinkie a little shove upward - without sacrificing the other three notes in the chord.

luvmyyairiluvmyyairi replied on June 19th, 2009

My friend told me about jam play and he was learning this song and I loved it. So I had to join to see if I could learn this song too. It's quite different from what I usually play and a challenge. I'm coming along with it and it's sooooo fun! Thanks....It will take me a while longer though...Great music

scoffeyscoffey replied on June 10th, 2009

Hey Jim, You are an amazing player, and thank you for being a teacher on here. I'm trying to learn this song, and I was a little confused around measure 21 - 23. On the video you play it differently. The music shows holding the b, g, and d strings on the 5th fret, but it doesn't look like you're playing that way? Is the tab wrong? I'm happy how you're playing it, so which strings are you playing and at which fret on that section?

jaybirdjaybird replied on April 16th, 2009

great song but I noticed a difference in the "C" section. You play the G7, C7, and Dm differently then what is in the tab. It may not be important but I am wrong? Thanks

andylipscombandylipscomb replied on May 21st, 2009

Yeah, measures 37-42 in the tab are a train wreck compared to what Jim's doing on the video. I think the tab approximates what Chet Atkins usually plays, whil Jim is presenting a somewhat dumbed-down version in the video. You can see a lot of versions on You Tube (just search for "Windy and Warm") including John Loudermilk (who plays it differently from both Chet and Jim). Check out Sarah Lewis--"This Chick can Pick"--if you really want to be humbled.

andylipscombandylipscomb replied on May 22nd, 2009

The A major part at the end (measures 53-56) has similar issues. Maybe just me, but I can't get the tab version to sound very good. I think you need to just watch the video for this.

ripper123ripper123 replied on April 22nd, 2009

What a coincidence that you mention this. I've just started to learn the "C" section and I think the tablature is indeed a little out of synch with the video. I'm not sure if it matches the notation. I'm picking it out by ear, but it's a little slow going. Help!

jessehjesseh replied on March 14th, 2009

This song is awsome will take me a while to get it though

SylviaSylvia replied on January 31st, 2009

Windy and warm.... isn't that what happens when you eat too many beans???

jessehjesseh replied on March 7th, 2009

Don't be stupid

currannicurranni replied on February 17th, 2009

how many practice runs did that take??? ha its cool though u looked liike u enjoyed it no doubt

mjbrennanmjbrennan replied on February 15th, 2009

Brilliant. Your sense of fun and enjoyment is contagious. I love your lessons. Keep it going and keep her laughing.

mr mikemr mike replied on January 3rd, 2009

I learned about 1/2 of windy & warm in the 60's when Chet did it. Thanks for teaching me the right way to play the whole thing. Chet also made another song around that time "cloudy & cool", How about doing that one? Thanks

gijoelergijoeler replied on October 19th, 2008

Great song, thanks Jim!

mjmacklinmjmacklin replied on October 6th, 2008

this is a great tune that Ive been wanting to learn for a long time. Have printed out other tab but got bogged down in trying to learn all the notes. What I did here is just watch the basic chord shapes and just listen for the scale tones that he puts in. I for once had fun learning it and didn't worry about the alternating bass to make the song sound polished. Great Job Jim! PS. I do recommend for those younger than myself though to get a good foundation in alternating their bass lines. Well taught Jim.

eddiegilliseddiegillis replied on September 24th, 2008

Absolutely brilliant tune and superb instruction. (I still find it hard to keep the bass going regularly when the melody gets complicated though). I guess its only practice that will correct that! Any chance Jim could teach us through Tommy Emmanuel's Angelina - that would be brilliant.

mr_lawmr_law replied on September 30th, 2008

Oh yeah I send that to angelina!!!

mr_lawmr_law replied on September 9th, 2008

This song is so mad to play. It's a bit of a challenge to learn because I've never played quite like this before. Keep the Chet Atkins songs coming.

guitarguy316guitarguy316 replied on August 14th, 2008

This is a very cool song! Gonna take me a little while to learn this one. Looking forward to learning it! Wish me luck!

hgnativehgnative replied on August 22nd, 2008

great sound never heard this song before are of chet i will learn this song

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