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The Black Crowes – She Talks To Angels Guitar Lesson

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In this free video guitar lesson we will take a look at "She Talks To Angels" by The Black Crowes.

Before you begin this She Talks to Angels guitar lesson you will need to tune your guitar to Open E tuning. If you don't know what that is don't worry, I fully explain it early in the lesson.

We will begin this She Talk to Angels guitar lesson video with the intro. The intro contains some really cool licks that sound great in Open E tuning.

Beyond the intro, you probably won't find the rest of this She Talks to Angels guitar lesson very challenging. Because of the open tuning the chord forms while still sounding very full are quite easy to play.

She Talks to Angels also contains a few harmonic hits that are a great opportunity to practice that technique if you feel you may need some work on it.

Hopefully, after a few minutes of this She Talks to Angels guitar lesson video you will have pretty much all the parts nailed. The only section that may take a little bit of time is the intro.

There is a solo in the song, but luckily, it is only the second half of the intro repeated. 🙂

Have fun with this acoustic classic by The Black Crowes!

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She Talks To Angels Guitar Lesson Video

1 Comment

  1. John Oostmeyer on March 9, 2017 at 7:43 pm

    Hey Carl,
    In the unplugged version of this song, when he plays the part at 41 seconds of your video it looks like his hand stays almost stationary on the board and only moves his 1st, 2nd and 3rd finger. I only wonder if this would be easier for me to play it that way. I cannot figure out how he does it. I get close but fail. Any ideas?

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