Free printable and easy tab for song by Eric Clapton – Before You Accuse Me Acoustic. Tab ratings, diagrams and lyrics. Choose and determine which version of Before You Accuse Me chords and tabs by Eric Clapton you can play. Last updated on EC “unplugged”: Before You Accuse Me. On “Journeyman” he played the electric version (also fantastic), on Unplugged the acoustic version on his Martin guitar.
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Before You Accuse Me (Unplugged) – Eric Clapton tab | PlayItYet
It belongs the other minor scales we know from the basics — the harmonic and the melodic unplhgged. Once again, playing the correct bass lines is very important. Maton Messiah At some point I’ll get around to adding text about all my guitars, but right now I have bigger fish to fry! Again all notes are OK! Seems to be a rare chord, very exotic.
I would get furious. Start slowly with a steady bass picked with your thumb, than add the licks. II II II II II IhI 0: Always locate the root note D! As already said, we change to C minor. For the simple version you need the following chords:.
Eric Clapton – Unplugged
OK, on with the vocals. It gou from a period where Robert was changing his style, and it sounds to me like he came across Lonnie Johnson in his travels. Than we have another chorus Beyond the door and the last verse.
San Francisco Bay Blues Guitar: The next step is adding the part for the other fingers. Root note E is the 5th of the B-string. Look at the original Layla if you want to know why this chords can be used.
No problem — the same note can be played on several places. The solos are almost played like the intro.
The chorus itself I must be strong… has a different set of chords, but they also fit into the scale:. EC dedicated this song co-author: The only missing thing now is the short solo at 2: All time classic Eric Clapton song and in this lesson we’ll look at an easy version for beginners taking their first steps into blues unplugved also an accurate to the original recording version for more advanced players: G D Em7 C Lately The chords in the unplugged version are nearly identical:.
Finally the song ends with: Crossroads Riff is pretty straight on, but the end turn around is a bit tricky ; Great tune to get under your fingers and start jamming with your tsb C m7 G 7 What…. The following tab shows the chords which are played like in the beginning, plus the extra notes: Wonderful Tonight Mr Clapton sure knows how to write a tune! You know the chords, you know why, you can play it now.
This Eric Clapton arrangement of the Bsfore classic has a melody all of it’s own and so works without a vocal as Of course you can play it using some open strings, too. It was released in a new version later on Pilgrim.
The songs starts with a nice intro, the licks can be used for other songs too. We only need the chords, here they are: