The Brown Eyed Girl chords for guitar are really intervals; they’re not full chords. That signature riff at the beginning of the song? Yep – those are intervals, not chords.
Remember, an interval is two notes, a chord is three or more.
Once you get the Brown Eyed Girl chords / intervals down though, your friends will definitely recognize the song you’re playing, because it is so distinctive! It is one of those guitar songs that every player should know (and ideally, understand the theory behind it too!).
These intervals can be played over top of the chord progression, and because you’re playing up higher than the open chords, they really blend beautifully. Once you get a hang of this riff, try using variations of it in different songs that you know, or the next time you’re soloing.
If you can’t see the fingers well enough, remember that you can make the video full screen by using the button in the bottom right corner. Alright, let’s dig in…
Brown Eyed Girl Chords For Guitar:
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Excellent lesson. Would like to see tabs too. Some people need the tabs in order to practice what your video shows. Thanks.