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Learn how to play New Again Intro by Brad Paisley in acoustic guitar
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Hey, what’s up everybody? It’s Aaron. This lesson here is on the intro to a song called “New Again” by Brad Paisley. I’m not going to teach you the whole song but a girl named Sarah asked me to teach this lesson. She’s actually a friend of Sara Evans’ and she’s got a disease that’s causing here to go blind, so she wants to learn it before she goes blind.
Some more drop D tuning. All that means is that your low E string was on E and now is tuned to a D. An easy way to do that is your 3rd string from the top, this is your D string. You can play that, hear that note. Play the low E, play it at the same time, then just tune the low E down, totally sound it like it kind of overlap, they sound the same match.
So once we have that, the tab that I have here is one I found on the internet. As you guys know, I try to find tabs too much that I can’t slow up to make one myself. But it’s a drop D tuning. I’ve been practicing it a whole lot and I wanted to teach it, so I'm going to play it really slow and you guys can kind of get a feel for it.
B minor chord
That’s how the intro sounded like. I’m going to try and break it down into a few parts and hopefully if you guys want to learn this, it’s a cool sounding intro. I’ve always liked the way the guitar sounds when I heard it. So I just want to teach this intro.
So like I said, drop D tuning and the first thing you would start out in is you’re actually going to start out here with your pointer finger. It’s going to be across the bottom five strings on the 5th fret. So if you’re wondering what chord this is, you get your A string. The first note is an A, second fret is a B, third is a C, and this is a D. So we’re playing basically a D minor chord but without your middle, so it’s a D suspended chord, so you’re barring across the bottom five strings right here, 5th fret. Your ring and pinkie going to two middle strings, your D and your G on the 2nd fret. So once you have that, what you’re going to do is you’re going to play it the low E open. Low E is not—it’s just open. Nothing is holding it down, so you play it through your thumb. Then, you’re going to play the A string by itself which is on the 5th fret, so you play it six string, five string. And then once your thumb gets down here to the 4th string, you’re going to pluck it and with your pointer, middle, and ring. You’re going to pick the bottom three. So altogether, you’re going to play six, five, and the bottom four altogether, okay?
So once you play those notes, you’re going to play the four-strings. Without moving your fingers, play the four, then you play the three, and you play the one string. So while you’re in this D suspended chord, you’re going to play six, five, all four together. Then after that, you’re going to play four, three and one. After you play that, you’re going to pick the bar up. Once you pick that bar up, you’re going to play five string open. You’re going to play four, three, which you’re still covering, and then you’re going to play the high E, which is your one string open. So that right there, once you take the bar off, you play five, four, three, and open high E string.
Once you play that, you’re going to play that same progression of strings again. You’re going to play five, four, but instead of playing the third string on the 7th fret, you’re going to lift your pinkie up and your middle finger is going to go right down on that three string, and that’s going to be your three-string note.
So we did the whole thing with the bar. Take the bar off and you would do [Demonstration]. That’s five, four, three, one. Then, take that pinkie off and stick your ring down on your three-string 6th fret and you do five, four, three. Then on the three-string again, you play six, seven, and then you want to play 5th fret on your B string, which is your two string. That’s easy to do. You got your pointer finger already hanging here, drop it down there on the 5th fret over B string and play that note. So that whole little progression there is basically in the D suspended realm. So I’ll play the part that’s up here on the neck in the D suspended, and then we move down to B minor. So I’ll play it one more time real slow.
So it’s six, five, bottom four together, then I’ll play four, three, one, I’m taking my bar off and play five, four, three, one. Take the pinkie off and put the ring finger on the third string, which is your G string on the 6th fret, and I’ll play five, four, three. Down the three string, you play six, seven, then 5th fret on the B string. So that together sounds like this.
Then you’re going to slide in here and make a B minor chord. Now, once you make this B minor chord, the one thing you’re going to want to do is you really don’t need to bar with this finger because this high E is open at first. So when you play it, you just need your pointer finger on the 2nd fret of your A string, your ring and pinkie on the two middle strings on the 4th fret, and your middle is on your 2nd string, your B string on the 3rd fret. So what you have here, you can see from the tab, you’re going to put five string, which is where this is, five string with your thumb and then you’re going to play the two string—I’m sorry, the three string which is covered here on the 4th fret. So you’re going to play five string, three string, two string, one string, and then you’re going to pick two and three together twice, like that. So that part of that D minor is five, three, two, one, two and three, two and three.
Then you’re going to drop your bar down and you’re going to leave your ring finger. You pick up your middle and pinkie and just leave your ring finger there. Once you’ve done that, it’s pretty easier. You’re just going to play four, three, two. [Demonstration]
And then, you’re going to play the B string again, which is your two string and you’re going to hammer on with your ring finger here on the second fret, so it’s two hammer three almost to the end of the first line of tabs. You play [Demonstration] which means you to hammer three. You’re going to play—it’s basically this but you can’t see it because of all my fingers. So it looks like this. Once you play that, you take all your fingers off and you’re going to play the two and three string together open and you’re going to play three, two, pointer finger high E, 5th fret.
So once we start that, we move up from this whole part.
And move that here to the B minor. I’m going to do this.
That’s how you do that part.
That ends you up—that takes you to the first line—the end of the first line of tabs.