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Hi! I am Bob from Trenton, Ontario. This guitar lesson is about how to play the guitar solo “Comfortably Numb” by Pink Floyd from the Wall album.
Starts at the 15th fret position play it like a D chord just mute the strings. Then play the 1st string 14th fret, 14th fret bend up and back down again like that. 2nd string 15th fret bend up then back down to strumming position, and by the strings at 14th fret position with the 2nd string, 3rd string, 4th string, and the 4th string 12th fret.
Mute the bottom string. 14th fret bend up and back down again. 2nd string 15th fret bend up play it again in its normal position and once again by the strings at the 14th fret position, 2nd string, 3rd string, 4th string. 4th string 12th fret, 11th fret, 5th string 14th fret, 12th fret and slide it up to the 12th fret and 3rd string. 3rd string 11th fret, 4th string 14th fret, 12th fret and to the 3rd string 9th fret hammer on and off the 11th fret and slide down to the 7th fret. 3rd string 9th fret pull off to 7th fret down to the 4th string 9th fret back to the 3rd string 7th fret, 9th fret slide up to the 11th fret then up then back to the D position with the 15th fret just like you mute the string like that.
And it is 1st string 15th fret, 14th, 12th, 2nd string 15th and by the strings again but at the 12th position. 2nd string, 3rd sting, 4th string, then at the 4th string 10th fret slide down to 9th fret and slide down to the 7th fret. Then 3rd string 11th fret bend up and 3rd string 9th fret slide up to 11th fret place. The 4th string 12th fret then to the 4th string 7th fret slide up to the 9th fret and back down again.
It should sound like this --
Alright, if you want to play along, I will play the backing chords on the acoustic guitar. Here is my A string if you want to tune to my guitar. Right here we go.
Okay there it is. I have tabs for this guitar solo available on my website, www.bobsguitarlesson.50megs.com.
Okay, I hope this lesson has been helpful and thanks for watching.