Very nice Alejandro. I find your finger picking technique very interesting and fresh sounding - is there a specific reason why you prefer to use the fingers (how come you started doing it)?
Very very beautyfull! So full of feelings
hey alejandro, very nice man!
i find your picking technique very Robby Krieger like, do you like the doors?
sounds great, and you have a very good tone control with fingers
Very cool lesson Alejandro...
Very interesting technique and lesson topic!
Sounds great. I like music like this. Your finger technique is very interesting
Thanks everybody for the comments!
beautiful lesson, sounds very catchy
I ´don´t like The doors Adrian.
This lesson has some REM sound in it, which is great if You ask me:)
Nice lesson & finger picking technique Alejandro!
Hi and welcome again!!
Today we have a song inspired by a different rock bands.
The tune of the first part of the song is G, then the tune changing to D.
In the intro we have the first bar in 4/4 and the second bar is in 6/4, then all the song is in 4/4.
Like I said before the tune of the first part is G major, in bar ten appear A, (secondary dominant of the fifth chord of G.) to change the tune in the verse.
Verse: Em, Em, D, Em, Em, D, G, A, G, A
Chorus: D, A, Em, G.
Then we have a little bridge with the next chords; Em, D, G, A to go back to the chorus.