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Brian May da clases de guitarra online para aprender a tocar los clásicos de Queen

El guitarrista está enseñando sus trucos en su cuenta de Instagram, donde ya ha dado lecciones para «Bohemian Rhapsody» y «Keep yourself alive»

Brian May también ha decidido poner su granito de arena para amenizar nuestro confinamiento, especialmente el de los que tienen una guitarra en casa. Y es que el hacha de Queen está dando clases online a través de Instagram, mostrando cómo hace sus riffs y sus solos, y explicando los cables, pedales y demás dispositivos necesarios para sonar como él. Hasta el momento sus seguidores han podido aprender a tocar fragmentos de clásicos esenciales del grupo como «Bohemian Rhapsody», «Killer Queen» o «Keep yourself alive» («Mantente vivo»), sin duda un mensaje para estos tiempos de coronavirus. También ha mostrado cómo se tocan otras piezas de su carrera en solitario, como «Star licks» o «Last horizon».

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Don’t even THINK of watching this if you’re not interested in guitars, Queen music , or musings on the CoronaVirus. This is the conclusion of my MicroConcert of last night - which veers off into a Star Lick tutorial. And some noodling. And some concluding thoughts about the situation we’re all in, as humans, right now. THANKS so much for the comments you’ve sent me about these guitar Microcosms - it’s actually taught me a lot in terms of what I have to offer and what I might be doing with it in order to maximise its effect. We all need to be aware of the effect we have on those around us - if we have time to stop and listen. We all need a mirror. Take care dear folks - Bri

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A favourite John Lennon song - from the fabulous Beatles ‘Help’ album. An easy song to pick up the rhythm guitar part for. Guitar players note that the little finger of the left hand stays on that third fret of the top string almost the whole time !! All through the verses it provides a kind of bell-like clang - and only in the choruses does the top string become free to play a little counter melody. I don’t have an acoustic guitar here in my isolation, so I’ve used an un-amplified electric - a Gibson SG - to me one of the most beautiful guitars ever. It’s keeping me company ! And just fingers - no pick. To me, playing rhythm guitar is a noble art. It’s not all about wheedling ! Laying down a chordal base for a song really takes you into the heart of its structure. 💥💥💥💥 And -Yes - I have obviously lost track of what day it is ! It was like an old-fashioned Sunday in our street today - quiet and deserted - and it will be that way for a long while now, methinks. Unless there are more surprises in store for us. We are in an unknown land now. Cheers all - Bri

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