This song is so catchy, I can't get it out of my head! Thanks for this lesson Nick. It is also very useful for those just starting on the guitar and practicing chords as the song can be played with only C and G7 chords.
rake, raking, blues lick, jamming, improvisation, fusionby Kristofer Dahl
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This is the popular children's song "Wheels on the Bus".
I have prepared this easy version for beginners and a second part played pretty fast.
You will play solo and bass-chord accompaniment.
The accompaniment is playing only two chords: C and G7.
As you can see in the video, for the accompaniment I used the thumb finger and palm muting for the alternating bass, the others fingers for the chords. This allows me to get a beautiful full sound.
Wheels on the Bus: melody - video parts 1-3
Accompaniment - video parts 4-5
Gear used :
Acoustic guitar: Taylor 410 CE
Strings: Elixir Polyweb .012-.052
Onboard Fishman Prefix Plus - right channel
Mini mic Audio Technica Pro 70 - left channel
USB audio interface - Focusrite Scarlett 2i4 Key : C major
Tuning : Standard
Tempo : 120 bpm
Chord progression :
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