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Learn how to play Sweet Home Alabama on Acoustic Guitar
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“Sweet Home Alabama”
Let us try that first rhythm on a D. So, do that again. Try it again. Okay, then we are going to try—this is your A string and we are hitting it open and plucking it down, right. Then your D string, then go back to the 3rd fret on the A string again. Then you make 2nd grip, there it is. It is a hammer on, get use to that or you can keep doing the first one if you want. But it is better than variant, right.
Now, when you are doing the verses, you can keep doing those, if you find it difficult to sing it and play at the same time. Just scale to G-C-D-G and this is a different C and you are probably used to it. Now, if you are really, really a beginner and you do not want to get too fast, here is an advice. Try this open D-C-upper C like that and Bob is using things like that and everybody’s happy with it. Nobody is going to really get along that easily. It is a different sound quite probably but this is it. And a little rhythm between 7, fret 7 second string and this is going to be a little bit tricky. But again, I am sure you can play the song without doing this bridge out in the octave of 8th. It is all right, you know, just the easy way. Again, we are doing a bit of that. Alright, that is what I am doing, making a bar after that, and striking that bar, and then this. See, I get in the A, B string, and the G string at the hammer. Alright, strum it again.
Now, if you want to do it really, really properly, that charisma is a little bit top direction lights onto it. And there is only one left for me that is the—in the second verse is the only time we use the F-C-D rhythm so—“In Birmingham, they love the governor,” F-C-D. That is the only time they do that. You can check those in and if you want to have a place and that is not the song, you can move up. You know recovering song over not complicated song.
This is the song. So, all parts will be better than the 1st one.