Majestic

Here's Majestic by Lincoln Brewster, a song that uses quite alot of octaves. Octaves are the same notes, but one played at a higher, and one at a lower pitch. For example, play the C note, run up the C major scale, and play the next C note: C D E F G A B C.

By Daryl



Intro
--10--------10--------
-----10-7-8----7-8-10-
--7---------7--------
-----7-4--5----4-5-7-
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You will need to mute the B string. To do this, lower the angle between the finger fretting the G string such that it touches the B string slightly. This mutes the string. The same applies for octaves using other strings.


Chorus
--9-s10
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--6-s7- (repeat)
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--10--------10--------
-----10-7-8----7-8-10-
--7---------7--------
-----7-4--5----4-5-7-
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8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Could you re-post the video cuz its really hard to hear you and the song behind you, but hey thanks for the work you ROCK!!!!!

Anonymous said...

dude your tone sucks...

Anonymous said...

dude your tone sucks

Anonymous said...

les paul > strat
anyday

Anonymous said...

Yeah bro you need to work on your tone.

Anonymous said...

For what it's worth, Lincoln plays a Strat.

Thanks much Daryl for taking the time and effort to share what you've learned with us.

cole said...

yah anonymous next time learn your guitars when you hear them. lincoln is a strat man. ah sure hes got a lessy or two but on stage its almost always the strat.

Anonymous said...

who said Daryl can afford a les paul? A Good Gibson Les Paul At That And Also You Should Say Thanks For What He Posted Because Obviously You Came Here To Learn Not Critisize. (Typo:(