Black Hole Sun Guitar Lesson - SoundgardenJun 09, 2021
Hello guys, it's called Guitar Lessons from Ralph 365.com, today we learn how to play the
holeSun by Soundgarden. First, we're tuned to drop D tuning and also the actual recording sounds about a quarter tone, so they might have to tune your entire
guitar, you know, get it to drop D and then slightly tune each string if you really want to play along with the album perfectly, so I just want to let you know because otherwise it might sound a little strange. Let's start here with this introduction, we'll start with a bar at the fifth fret and we'll run a pick basically across the sixth to the third string and then we'll go back to the sixth string when we get to the third string. you pause it a little bit, then four boxes, now place your little finger on the 8th fret on the low E string and then you play those same four strings, let it sound good, now go down to the 3rd fret, do the barre. again, but this time on the G string you're going to have the fifth fret down with your third finger there, so play all the way from the sixth to the third string to the fourth and fifth and here instead of going down to the 6th ring, you're the third fret, you just play the low E string open or in this case it's a D, now play the same chord, one fret, go down the second fret and play up to the thong string and boss, now let's go.
To start with the low E string, now open the bar across the first fret like the first time we played it, without the third finger to the sixth ring and now we have a different chord shape that we will see in open E. string or D then the third fret on the open D string and then the second front of the Jeep where I come from, okay, it's all together, there's a little bar there, action there while that course is standing and then we have the verse which is a kind of small high
guitartriads. I'll play them for you real quick, okay, so you do it a couple of times, so let's start here, you can use your third finger on the twelfth fret of the The top three strings will take the G string on the high E string and go down B and G and the B string now just hold the G minor triad here where it will be 12 on the G 11 on the B 10 on the high E, okay, now the next one you can make a measure at the 13th fret with the third finger crossing the B string and the high E and then the 10th fret on the G string.
Now it is the same selection that we made in the first group. they're just different notes, and now we're going to slide to the 12th fret, from there we hold the 10th and then you're going to make a measure there and then you're going to choose the 12th fret on the B and E high. So far, we're going to borrow the 11th fret on the high E and B string with the 12th fret on G, the same plucking pattern that we did on the first chord on that last one, the same plucking pattern, but now. is with this core and then just move your first finger back to the 10th fret, do the same picking pattern again, yeah, and then this end moves a little bit faster, you can do it if you want just with the bar here, the 12th fret again. choose from the cross from the 3rd string to B, that is, and then go back to the G string, then keep this chord shape which is the bar of the 10th fret with a 12th fret on B, the same selection we will end up with 13 in the G 13 in the B and the 11 in ie, so that last little phrase, all together from the second half, and then you would just repeat that again and then we get to the chorus section, so there's a little bit more of distortion in the sound here when you get the distortion but you use a lot of the same chord shapes here, they play the chorus very fast, so we're starting with that chord shape here at the first fret, just one measure across those strings , selecting from the sixth string. all the way to G, back to the 6th and then the same chord shape we did at the end of the intro, this time we're playing all the way to G and then back to the low E string I.
We'll slide a little three to five on the low string, then the open D and the open G we'll pick that fifth fret again and we'll slide over to the third fret and we'll play those same two open strings and then we'll play that third fret again so we have all now we're going to go to this, it's just a major chord here around the first fret on the a string, the third fret through the B G and D strings, so you hold down those four strings and you're going to play them all the way through. the second down to fit again the same as at the beginning and then you get to this C major chord, but you prepare it with C sauce for a fourth, he's doing these old ones, it's strung on the chord of a nice Henry in the sixth fret on the B string and pulling back and I'm going to finish it with a D major chord, the six ounces of strings play the low D, then it goes back to the verse again, the same part of the verse back to the course then the second chorus it's a little bit different, it's just arranged differently the same parts, so we do that little stratagem, that bead, you know, a little bit of dust there and then we do the same thing down to press and then we start the course back to her and then when we get here, that's when it starts to make all the
blackalso in a black
hole, the sun, like you don't want to separate and that's just taking those two chords repeating 10 to the D, they're holding a D. and driving in 2/3 keep repeating that until we get to the next section.
Hey, okay, so that's just a hammer on two to three on the a string, then two and the opening, then slide two to three and then play five. -four-three on the low E or low D string wherever you can call while holding that note, sweep your finger and then keep your second finger on the fourth fret of the thong string now if you've done that. Sometimes at the end of this it's underneath a guitar solo, which is something really crazy and erratic and then we're just going to plug the power cable in here and just with a finger on the third fret. through the low E, I mean the low string, the fifth string on the sixth ring, play it, slide it to the fifth, so that's pretty much all the parts of your rhythm guitar, at least the solo is this kind of thing that You know, one of those kli types. a bit difficult, it's hard to approach so avoid it, but everything else is here so I hope you enjoyed it.
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