Can't Buy Me Love PartB Tab - Intermediate Fingerstyle Guitar
Can't Buy Me Love free fingerstyle guitar tab and second lesson by Ultimate-Guitar-Online.Com, arrangement by Chet Atkins
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There are a lot of magical songs by the Beatles, and Can't Buy Me Love is up toward the top of their most popular hits. This song really lends itself to fingerstyle guitar as only Chet Atkins can play it. The lesson here is based on Chet's great sounding arrangement. This lesson can be played on almost any type of guitar, whether is is electric, acoustic or classical and it will sound equally impressive.
Chet Atkins Picks on the Beatles: Here is an MP3 of Chet playing Can't Buy Me Love on this CD. If you love the Beatles Songs, you will want to put this CD in your collection of songs.
I Feel Fine; Yesterday; If I Fell; Can't Buy Me Love; I'll Cry Instead; Things We Said Today; Hard Day's Night; I'll Follow The Sun; She's A Woman; And I Love Her; Michelle; She Loves You
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Can't Buy Me Love Tab - Chet Atkins: This is the second lesson for the great Beatles song, Can't Buy Me Love. If you would like to go the the Part A Lesson, please click on this link - Can't Buy Me Love Part A.
What makes this lesson quite easy is it plays some of the same chords used for the Introduction that was covered in the last lesson on this song - to see that lesson click on the link above.
Basically, we continue the alternating bass line from the Part A portion of the song with few breaks. Another method we use here is syncopated notes. To learn about this timing method, refer to our article on chord Syncopation.
It is also very important to form your chords from the chord diagrams shown above the notation staff..
Now a bit about a palm muting technique. This is a fingerstyle standard you should become accustomed to using. It involves muting the alternating bass notes with the palm of the right hand. The reason for this is to prevent the bass notes from overpowering the melody notes. Also, my using the palm muting technique your guitar sounds a bit more like a bass guitar, which is the intended effect. This is also known as "Travis Style Picking".
To effectively use palm muting bring the lower portion of your right hand into light contact and position it so you get an effective "boom-chuck" type sound. The notes need to be recognizable, but not to the point that they are completely lost in the music. It takes some work, but is quite easy to master with practice. Listen so Chet Atkins songs to pickup the correct effect.
Can't Buy Me Love PartA Tab - Chet Atkins: This is the first half of the song. Be sure to master this portion of the song before you tackle the B part lesson here.
Notes on the lesson:
Click HERE if you are not intimate with reading TAB. We will give you an overview so you can become familiar with it. If you are not familiar with interpretation notation click HERE for a few online lesson materials we have put together. Some additional data that will really assist you a lot to obtain through this song are also included. Just click the links and you can go to that particular article.
Have some questions with regards to the Left Hand fingering? Find a great deal of useful data in the article, Left Hand Strategies to get needed direction.
If you desire help with your fingerstyle approach, visit our Fingerstyle Guitar Lessons section.
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