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Rome and Juliet intro lesson


(@planetalk)
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A dropped D approach to one of the best known intros of recent times.

http://www.guitarforbeginners.com/romjul/

Kirk

Kirk


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(@anonymous)
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Once again another winner.
I sometimes feel like a kid waiting for a new toy.
I know it is only a matter of time for the next new gem to come out of your guitar and into my living room.
Please keep them coming.


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(@planetalk)
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Thanks so much, Jim. You be surprised at how little feedback I get for these; your message is most appreciated.

Kirk

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(@rodders)
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Thank you so much. its really helpfull having the two speeds on the video.
Is there a cure for having three thumbs?????

Be excellent to each other & party on dudes!
http://www.soundclick.com/bands/pagemusic.cfm?bandID=686668


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(@boogiechillun85)
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Beautiful!

Jim Arkuszewski
http://www.soundclick.com/jimarkuszewski


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(@azertyuiop201)
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thanks alot ! Romeo & juliet along with On every street are my favourite Dire straits songs.

+ I just got a capo so I got something to use it with !

Got a question,

It says..

e
B
G
D
A
D

so that means I tune the 6th string (E) as it would be the 4th (D) string , right?
Do I do this before I put the capo on or afterwarts?

I'm a bit of newbie ..

edit : okay I guess the sounds speak for themselfs after trying it out a bit.


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(@tamuka)
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Great lesson, great site. Love that song so so much, especially the acoustic intro. Good looking out.


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