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  3. Once you get the hang of those two, have a go at this F#m chord. F# Minor An easy way to play this chord, is to: Play the D major 7 chord. Place your 3rd finger on the 4th fret of the D string. (4th string.) This chord can be tricky, so take your time with it.

  4. 🎸 Tuning E-A-D-G-B-E🎧 Check out my music on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/39aGR6c 👇🏿 Tunings, chords and more information about the gear in the description b...

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  5. Let’s unpack that below this next guitar scales chart. The ‘relative key’ is the key that uses the exact same notes as the key you are currently in. For every major key, there is a relative minor. For every minor key, there is a relative major. In the major scale, we can find the relative minor in the sixth note of the scale.

  6. Sep 14, 2016 · {chorus 2} (c/b am7) g5 g5/f# em cadd9 g/b a7sus4 * (bracketed chord are more the and if the world does turn, and if lon - don burns bass note walking down quickly) d5 cadd9 g5 g/f# em i'll be...

  7. This is an arrangement for Walk Don’t Run by The Ventures. I have taken the lead guitar parts from my cover video and added the TAB arrangement and chords at...

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