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Learn how to play Fleetwood Mac's Never Going Back Again in this guitar lesson.
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How to Play Never Going Back Again on Acoustic Guitar
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Hi I want to talk a little bit about a real cute little finger picking song by Lindsey Buckingham of Fleetwood Mac called Never Goin’ Back. It’s done in an interesting tuning. There’s a lot of names for this tuning. Hawaiian Slack Key stuff refers to it as a C Wahine tuning, some times it’s referred to as a drop C tuning but it’s very simply you’ve got the 6th string tuned down to C 2 steps below E and the 5th string tuned down to G so it gives you a C and a G the root and 5th of a C chord as their two base notes.
The top 4 strings are left the same. Now if he plays a capo of the 6th fret which gives you this cool little mandolin-type sound as other songs like here comes a song and things that are capable of very far up neck Cats in the Cradle. Other songs that we’ve looked at before and we’ll be looking at again but I just want to get to working on a very opening riff. You only need your 1st, two fingers to play with is now C chord. You need your 1st finger ready to play at the 2nd fret, 2nd string first fret and you’re 2nd finger to play at the 4th string 2nd fret.
So that’s what it sound like from those notes or down. You hit the 6th string in the base and then you pinch those 2 notes that you have down which are the 4th string and the 2nd string. Then you hit the 5th string in the base and you hit those same two strings open and hammer them back on. Pretty simple that measure. Now the next measure starts with the 6th string in the base hitting and these notes that you hammered on it buzzes my guitar off I’ll fix that later capo’s not tied on enough but the 6th string followed by the 3rd string that a pinch on the 4th string and the high E string the 1st string G, that is a 3rd fret above the Capo.
And then a little roll of notes, the tablature of this is available at our site although it’s all so available all over the internet, I’m sure so you can track it down and start working on that first little riff. I’ll have a really extensive lesson on this pretty soon at Totally Guitars so come visit our site Totally Guitars.com and keep an eye out for the more extended lessons that we’re putting up there and everyday I’m working on getting some really cool free video lessons out there so check us out soon.
I’ll play that one more time really slowly. This could help a lot.