The Guess Who - American Woman (Tab) - versant.us How to Play American Woman on Guitar In this Guitar Control video lesson, Instructor, John Maclennan is going to show you how to play American Woman on guitar by the Guess Who. This song has a really great rhythm part and a great lead part that goes on top of it as well and in this lesson, John is going to show you both of them!Author: Jon Maclennan. American Woman by The Guess Who tab with free online tab player. One accurate version. The Guess Who— American Woman. Can't play "American Woman"? Improve your playing via easy step-by-step video lessons! Guitar 4 — Overdriven Guitar Track difficulty (Rhythm) Easier The Guess Who songs. You'll need a Plus subscription and a desktop. Jan 04, · Chords: / E A7 B7 G A o[ [ [ [ o[ o[ [ o[ o[ [ [ [/5(44). Though this SHOULD be easy compared to the actual guitar solo, the outro also has some nice lead work and must be shown. The rhythm stays the same, and a great deal of the outro is a recap of what you have already learned. Tab. Complete Transcription To “American Woman ” (PDF) Complete Transcription To “American Woman ” (Power Tab).
So now our pointer is on the 7th fret 5th string and our pinky is on the 9th fret 4th string. The rhythm stays the same, and a great deal of the outro is a recap of what you have already learned. Share on Reddit. I hope you enjoyed learning how to play American Woman on guitar! There are definitely cool techniques to take away from this lesson, both rhythmically and in the lead. The slide from the 12th fret into the 13th fret with your pointer finger on the 3rd string.
The first power chord is a B5, to play this put your pointer finger down on the 7th fret 6th string, then put your third or pinky finger down on the 5th string 9th fret. May 28, Another thing you may have noticed is that when I move to playing the power chords on the 5th and 4th strings I use the tip of my pointer to barely touch the 6th string to dampen and mute it so I can still strum freely and not worry about that open 6th string ring out over my chord. When John is sitting on a note he is adding a little vibrato, just by shaking the note back and forth a little bit and it just gives the note some life. If you still have trouble playing power chords.
Starting with the 16th fret 1st string with your ring finger, then go to the 16th fret 3rd string with your middle finger, and then grabbing that string in between sliding from the 14th fret to the 15th fret on the 2nd string. Then start the riff over starting on the B5. Play along at the minute mark. So now our pointer is on the 7th fret 5th string and our pinky is on the 9th fret 4th string. So we stum our first power chord once, the B5. Strum this chord down up down up down.