Hey, how’s it going this is Jon McLennan with Guitar Control, I want to give you a guitar lesson today in the style of one of my favorite artists of all time Mr. Stevie Wonder and the song is called “Isn’t she Lovely”. I’ll show you the way of putting the chords and the melody together which is a real fun way to play guitar and it makes you sound nice like a full band.
I’m going to start with my first finger on the 7th fret and I’m going to slide up to the 9th then I play 10, 9, and then I put down the C sharp minor 11 cord which is 9, 9, 9, 7, and then I moved to an F sharp 7 which is 9, 8, 9, 7, and I do the melody again. To now a B7 suspended 4 and here I’ve got 7, 9, 7, 9, 7, then I move to an E6 cord where I’m playing open E 7th fret, 9th fret, 6th fret, now I try to bring it out of the melody notes.
Make sure that the top note of each chord is heard really clear you then you go to the bridge 9, 10, 12, A major 9, 0 3rd name of that cord which is 12, 14, 13, 12, G sharp 7 flat 9, C sharp minor 7, with my thumb a lot Jimi Hendrix F sharp triad 9, 8, 6, that one is down E 7 suspended, B at 9, then I end with this Hendricks. Then you do a walk up on an E major pentatonic scale but starting on the note B.
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