What are the notes for Crazy Train?
About The Key Of F♯ Minor Crazy Train is written in the key of F♯ Minor. According to the Theorytab database, it is the 8th most popular key among Minor keys and the 16th most popular among all keys. Minor keys, along with major keys, are a common choice for popular music.
How do you pick a slide in Crazy Train?
Here’s how I do it: the left hand is h4–p2–p0 repeated in 16th note triplets on the D string. The right hand is a pick slide from about the 15th fret down, but kind of lightly so when you pass over a harmonic it pops out.
Who play the solo in Crazy Train?
“ Randy Rhoads was a big part of my life, and he still is to a certain degree,” Osbourne says in the clip. “I’m always thinking about him.” During the listening session, the studio engineers isolate Rhoads’ guitar solo, allowing Osbourne—and the rest of us—to hear his guitar work in all its glory.