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In this exclusive Guitar World video lesson, Andy Aledort shows you how to play the AC/DC classic Hells Bells.
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Hi, I'm Andy Aledort and in this lesson, I’m going to teach you how to play the AC/DC classic Hells Bells from the Back in Black album. The song is in the key of A and opens with Malcolm Young’s signature rhythm guitar part. Let’s play that part first. So through the central figure, you let all the notes ring throughout. We’re going to start by picking the open A string. You start with this shape and next 7th fret of the D. and I'm using my pinky, 9th fret of the G, that’s a shape that’s like A5. And you play 5th string, 3rd string, 4th string. Then I switch to a bar across the G and D string at the 7th fret and then I'm going to move that down to the 5th fret back up to the 7th fret. So after the first 3 notes, the next pinch of fingers are on G string and D string, open A. okay, real slow. And then at the end of the 2nd bar, you pick the open A string twice. And then at the end of bar 4, we switch to tune of power chord. So up in the B3 to C5, 3rd fret of A, 5th fret of the D. and then you just move your index finger there while keeping your pinky on the 5th fret of the D, moving your index finger down at 2nd fret of the A, and that’s G with a B base. So again. Let’s play the repeat. When the full band enters with the bass and drums, both guitar players Angus Young and Malcolm are playing the same figure, I figure that they're just playing. But the second time through the lick, they play a different figure at the end. So what you do is you switch to a G5 chord, 3rd fret in the low E, A string is muted, open D, open G, 3rd fret on the top 2, and then to D5 chord. You got the open A in there too, open, open 2nd, 3rd back to the. One more time that last time through would be.