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This lesson has some history, with Neil traveling to Hawaii spending time with Keola Beamer and eventually doing a concert here in California with Keola..
This arrangement of Here Comes The Sun is done slack key style in Taro Patch Tuning, that would be Open G in other cultures- D G D G B D. It features an alternating bass line and just a few chord shapes.
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This is one hard song to learn, and far harder (to me anyway) than The Sage. Maybe it would help if you broke the song down more?
written by itfc1959, February 11, 2010
Neil, you certainly gave us something to work toward. Beginning to wonder if my fingers will ever be able to move that quickly from chord to chord.
written by Stan Crawford, February 05, 2010
Well I have been pounding away at Here Comes the Sun, other version, with mixed results. I can play the entire song flawlessly, but not all at once... a few perfect bars followed by squeeks, good bars, bad bars, and they are never the same. Let's try this one.
written by hoomlmark, February 04, 2010
Haha wow that was a really good veision of the song, great cant wait to learn that one.