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I want to talk a little bit today about Wish you were here. A great example of the song that you’re holding down a chord or strum your chord and pick me out a little melody in the base that goes along with it, there’s a bunch of nearly young songs that do this. Beatles tunes do it in Wish You Were Here the key again with a lot of songs that you’re trying to keep a solid rhythm in it is that the right hand motion never stops so you start you’re holding the High G down your 3rd finger or your little finger a high D down with your third fret with your 3rd finger.
These two fingers stay there the whole time then all of the melody is played with your first and 2nd fingers. You can figure most of it out by ear I’m sure but I have tablature to guitars that come on there if you want to see it written out if you haven’t found it already but it starts with a hammer-on from A to B.
First finger is going to hammer-on the B from an A then an open D and your first finger goes to E. So that’s the first little run. Followed by some strumming that can word depth strumming in the less number of total guitars we just have to keep the strum for the right amount of time then the next part of the melody is G open G to E and back on the D and then just strum the chord again.
You can add more of the G chord if you want to go for sound you can do this. And then put down the rest of the chord if I want to. The next run starts with the low G. Hammer- on from A to B, D and E it’s basically the same thing. One extra note on the descending run this time. E, G, E, D and then strum so more of that lesson is available at totally guitars but if you want a little more in depth look at which you were here including the lead.
So we have the lesson that talks about the lead as well and come on over there and check it out.