Hi everyone

Had a great time a Witney a few weeks ago and did both of Rees' units (thanks Rees, great workshops

) including the one row session. Since then I have been trying to work on my one row playing and have searched the forum for good tunes to learn on one row box.

One tune mentioned a couple of times is W Bulwer's no.1 so I dug the dots out (I have it in Lewes favourites tunebook). In G but then there is a Csharp in the B part.

So, my question is, how do people approach the B part on a one row? Are they just ignoring that Csharp since you dont have it on a one row box in G. Or... is there a clever way round it by transposing the B part into a whole different key (maybe based on or around the C or D pentatonic scales as introduced by Rees in his workshop?) so you can play the right "relative pattern" of notes? I did sit down with pencil and paper and tried to work something out but failed miserably

How would others approach something like this?

Regards

Matt