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Second Part of lesson on my cover of here without you by 3 Doors Down. I have the tabs so let me know if you would like ...
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The chord formation turns and started down with the C. I am actually going to looking at my tabs during this, so I have to have to see this. So just let me know if you need this tab.
So basically, we start out in the C which is open and then 3rd fret row to the capo. So we are actually on the 4th fret but it is going to be 3rd row for the capo. So ring finger 3rd fret, little finger 2nd fret on the 3rd string down open string, pointer finger 1st fret and then your high E strings are going to be open. So what you are going to do us that you are going to start on the A strings, second string down and you are going to play down 4th strings when you play [Demonstration] and up 2
So for numbering the strings, 1-2-3-4-5-6 you are going to play 2-3-4-5-4-3 [Demonstration]. So you are going to play 2-3-4-5-4-3, put your pinkie finger on the 3rd fret of this B string the 5th string by number you are going to play up 3 steps [Demonstration] 5-4-3 take that pinkie finger back off and play [Demonstration] 5-4 so that part there is going to be like 2-3-4-5-4-3 take your finger on 5-4-3 pinkie finger off 5-4. You are going to play this kind of riff on the 1st and 2nd string where you would play.
On the high E string, you are going to number 6th string down, you are going to play [Demonstration] one in open [Demonstration] and then 3-1 on the number 5 string [Demonstration].
A really good way to learn it which I did learn it but if you go [Demonstration] if you play this one with your pointer finger [Demonstration] it is the one with the pointer and pinkie 3rd [Demonstration] you are back in the C again. From there, I played a little riff which is this part so I am going to play that part again. [Demonstration] You are going to put your middle finger on the 2nd fret of your second string, so your E, your A string 2nd fret. You are going to place your middle finger and you are going to play that [Demonstration]. You are going to play 2-3-4-3 and 5-4-3 [Demonstration] This is going to be 2-3-4-3-5-4-3 and you are going to play another little riff up here on the high E string where you are going to play [Demonstration] 3-1 open 3. So the whole part so far is going to be like this [Demonstration].
And then from there, you are going to go back to your A minor and play [Demonstration] like the same part that you have your C the same part that you are going to play [Demonstration] 2-3-4 2-3-4-5-4-3 and put your pinkie finger on the 3rd fret of number 5 string and you are going to play [Demonstration]. So you are going to play 5-4-3. So you are going to play on the A minor.
The second part of that chorus is [Demonstration] 2-3-4-5-4-3-5-4-3 and that last 5-4-3 with your pinkie finger here on the 3rd fret [Demonstration] 5-4-3, take your pinkie off and then play [Demonstration] 5-3. And then, you are actually going to play [Demonstration] which is all in that number 5 string and all that to your pinkie finger, you play 3rd fret, take it off by 1st fret take your pointer off open put pointer back on which makes it first fret again. So our whole part there is [Demonstration] like that.
And then you are going to go to an F which our F is actually pointer finger on the number 5 string 1st fret. On the 4th string, put your ring finger on the 2nd fret, and then on the 2nd and 3rd strings, put your—2nd string put your ring finger on the 3rd fret. And on the 3rd string, put your pinkie finger on the 3rd fret. And on that, you are going to play [Demonstration] 2-3-4-5-4-3 and a G. So when with your F, you are going to play [Demonstration] 2-4-3-5-4-3 and change to your G where you are just using these two fingers. So the middle finger 3rd fret and pointer finger 2nd fret. And then you are going to go [Demonstration] 1-2-4-3-5-4-3-4. So that whole part of the chorus sounds like this altogether.
So that is the chorus. And then as far as strumming patterns to go, there are two real different strumming patterns that you are going to use in this. Basically, if you want to pick the whole thing, you can. If you want to strum something, there is on