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Starts with a usual D-chord 2:d fret and the same chord 4-5-6 fret.
Main riff 3:d fret on D+G string then 5:th fret A+D-string the same on A+D-string 3:d fret and back to 5:th fret, then 3:d fret A+D-string back to 5:th fret back to 3:d fret then 3:d fret D+G string 5:th fret A+D-string the same on A+D-string 3:d fret and back to 5:th fret, then a bending on 5:th fret D+G-string and when you release strings you alredy have your forefinger on 3:d fret D+G-string and back to 5:th fret then back to 3:d fret on D+G-string and up to 5:th fret on A+D string and riff ends with A+D-string 3:d fret.
Simular to Smoke On The Water:)
Playing the same thing but on two other places. Ask if you wanna know! I`m Not so good at theoretic things:)
Open for everything, have a strange kind of feeling that Basster gonna jump into this?:)
Can you play the track player?
Start and stop, right? That's easy... if you do not have to drop your instrument while doing it.
Get to know the keyboard shortcuts and control the player without ever dropping your plectrum again.
Makes practice and jamming a cinch.
Audio player controls and keyboard shortcuts