George Harrison – My Sweet Lord style basic chord progression and chord tab for instructional purposes.
You need a capo on the second fret of the guitar. I ran through the song once without repeating verses etc., but this gives you all the chords used and their positions, giving you a good start to learning the song.
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“Something” – best solo ever but maybe that was Eric, I’m not sure.
That one is definitely in my plans to do. A wonderfully emotional solo. It was Harrison who played it, according to every webpage I found on the topic.
Played My Sweet Lord for a Brides entrance this summer…slide licks and all…great song!
That must have been lovely. Very cool.
Thanks for liking my post Richard. My Sweet Lord is one of my favorites. Have a Happy Thanksgiving and maybe I will start strumming again. Think I will spotify My Sweet Lord as I continue on my cooking marathon. xxoo
Thank you for posting that quote. I live by it. Happy Thanksgiving to you as well.
Tablature did not print at full size,I couldn’t read it with a magnifying glass! the usual dissappointment
The file was corrupted, and has been replaced. I didn’t know it was a problem until you contacted me.
Thank you for visiting, and your patience. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask.
My husband will love your site. Loves guitars.
Thank you for the thought, but I recognize my blog is interesting only to those who don’t mind my meager efforts relearning to play guitar after suffering a series of debilitating strokes, and who wants to learn the licks/solos and songs I am re-teaching myself in the process.
But the thought is appreciated, as is your visit.
Now, if only I could draw with your skill. At fifty-five, I’m still a “stick-figure” drawing kind of guy.