(PRWEB) April 24, 2014
“This is kinda like a more acoustic chill version of the original version”, says Norman. Beth starts off this acoustic guitar lesson by explaining what chords are used in the song as follows; C#m (C sharp minor), G#7 (G sharp 7), C, D, A, E, E7, F#m (F sharp minor), B, Am and Bb (B flat). Next Beth explains the chord progressions used in the song as follows; for the verse she has split it into three sections, section one is; C#m and G#7, both of which will get four beats and the strumming pattern is down down up up down up. The second section progression is; C#m, for two beats, C and D, both for one beats, E and E7, both for two beats, Beth continues by explaining the strumming for this section. The third section progression is; F#m, B, E, A, F#m, B and E, all of which get two beats and the strumming pattern for this section is down down up. Next Beth explains the chord progression for the chorus as follows; Am, for one beat, Dm, Bb, and C, all for two beats, and Dm, for one beat. Beth says that this is the most difficult section of the song and that for the strumming she just follows the vocal melody. Complete chord charts and guitar TAB’s are available at SongTabs.com.
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SongTabs.com is a great online resource for learning to easily play your favorite songs on the guitar. With several great instructors and a constant growing catalog of songs, everyone can learn to play there favorite songs.