The basic chord progression for the verses follows as such: Bm, F#, A, E, G, D, Em, F#. Each chord gets one full measure.
Like most old pop/rock songs, it’s relatively simple and easy to play .
The order of the strings in the tab , from top to bottom, is as follows: The thickest and lowest string (low E) is at the bottom, while the thinnest and highest string (high E) is at the top. In this example, you should press the third fret of the A string with your left hand and play that string with your right hand.
We’re back with three more bona fide classic songs that feature guitars played with capos ! The Eagles’ “ Hotel California ” is one of the most iconic capo songs of all time.
To an even moderately accomplished guitarist, playing a 12 – string is only very slightly more difficult to play than a standard 6- string . There are two main challenges: A 12 – string guitar has six pairs of strings , creating greater string tension. There are twice as many strings to tune and keep in tune.