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The mongrel chord 😂😂 Bb9/F
such a lovely well put together song....one of noels very best in my humble opinion
Thank you! I love your guitar
It would be great if we can get the strumming pattern, thanks.
muuyy buena canción gracias.
thanks man!!! you help me so much to learn :)
No entiendo lo que dices :c
Excellent tutorial! Well instructed, easy to learn the chords as a beginner!Could you tell me the strumming pattern?
thank you very much, very nice tutorial : )
Brilliant tutorial but there are a bunch of pillocks commenting on here, think they know it all... pathetic!!
Excelente tutorial como recomendación tocar la canción completa al final.Excellent tutorial. A recommendation play the complete song at the end of the vídeo.
Your tutorials are brilliant. I've learnt so much from you. Hats off to you
i have always liked your videos. thank you very much!
nice touch with the adidas sticker btw ;)
/watch?v=js4ypFQR_eQPay attention to Noel's hand gesture when he describes the "weird jazz chord". I think you got the chord spot on in your tutorial. Cheers from Copenhagen
i like it :)
Great tutorial, and singing too! :)
great tutorial as per usual thanks very much, keep it up Noel......err Peter lol you the man!!!
hey where did you get your stickers??
yaeh!!! very nice dude!!!
as is the strumming? I hope very good answer tutorian
Great lesson Pete, thanks so much.
Nice one man ! bless from Santiago of CHile !!
Hello :-)thanks as always for your great help :-)R'n R!!
Great job. Nice voice.
Let there be love trollz :)
for a beginner this is great, but geez lot of nitty picky reviews here obviously super guitarist or morons
How long have you been playing guitar mate?
I've heard you play and your shit! I don't know why you come here seems you think you are so amazing, are you famous? no? didn't think so, i'm not replying to you now after this comment cos your a waste of my time and your a bulb
Can i have yours? you totally rock! seriously, you remind me of Cliff Richard
hahaha! whatever, touchy little gimp aren't you?
So despite Noel Gallagher saying he played that chord, you still think you are right? please kindly take your head out of your arse
Great tutorial! How do you strum this though? I can't seem to get the right "feel"
i learned this from you about a year ago but i stopped playing my guitar and forgot all about it. I'm playing again now so i had to visit this video again. I just want you to know how much you've helped me develop my guitar skills. Thank you sir with a kick ass Guitar
@georgiarose16 Pfew, the work you put in this is truly amazing. Where can I find the transcript? Sounds like a good read! :D
great tutorial :D
Ace! Are you sure your last name isn't Gallagher? Thank you for everything you share!!!!!!!
@joseantube08 Thanks. That's cool. I always say we should play whatever sounds right to our own ears.
@joseantube08 Sorry - but I do have to correct you there. I have since seen an interview transcript with Noel Gallagher somewhere and he specifically mentions that the chord is in fact 110111 that he is playing there and that it was Paul Weller taught him that particular chord.
where can i get an adidas sticker
Great video!Good tutorial and well sung.One small niggle....your mic is just starting to clip.
Thanks you! :D
JUST PERFECT THANK YOU SO MUCH
@georgiarose16 ...noel is pretty lazy i know. I use regular C chord 1st: x32010 then x32110 muting E string with my thumb. I'm pretty lazy too, i keep my middle finger in the 2nd string/1st fret all the time.C: x32010rareC: x32110Am: x02210rareF: x03210but thats me :P
@Tachi4690 Technically, you're correct..... but personally I believe that is a much more difficult chord to play cleanly without muting the top E and (at least for me) ends up sounding worse. Personally, I strongly doubt Noel himself would play it that way given his known laziness when it comes to making chords and his fondness for keeping the top two strings open wherever possible.
dont like the sound of the 2nd chordi use: x32110try it and tell what do you think :D
MAGIC SONG!and magic Lesson :P thanks mateLive Forever
@georgiarose16 Indeed you are right. It definitely doesn't look like he was playing the G7#9 that's for sure. Thanks.
@Dannicthemanic Maybe. Though if you watch Noel playing this on the Radio Deejay TVclip clip, although it's a little difficult to see, it does look as if he is playing the 110111.
@Dannicthemanic G7#9 sorry.
Doesn't Noel play x13030 in the chorus, which, i think is an inversion of G7b9 with an added 13? The G#diminished7(4x343x) is actually a substitute for E7 so you could play either one:)
Just came back to this song after not having much luck with trying to play it 6-8 months ago, listened to it in the car today and decided I must have another go....the obvious starting point is here with my own private teacher??!! and hey hey got it down in no time, thanks Pete, great lesson as always. Even the wife liked it so much she worked out the piano parts and played along!...... you can't beat that for home entertainment! Thumbs up x5
i like your guitar n.n
awsum video lots of help maybe you culd help a bit more tith the rythem for the biginers like me
Perhaps - but it is a lot more difficult to play that way, and doesn't sound much different
That 2nd chord you played is called Caug and it has the 2nd and 3rd string on the 1st fret.
awesomethank you so much once again!
just started to learn guitar..........your tutorials are gr8 thanks
Honestly, I now find the C9 much easier than Bb7 (I did play that for a while) until I realised it was wrong. Check out the TVclip vision of Noel playing this on Radio Deejay). As for the intro chord, I guess you could play it that way if you wanted. It certainly makes it more complicated though. I personally don't think it sounds better, and I doubt Noel would play it that way. But like I always say, people should play what sounds right to their own ear. Cheers :-)
i'll stick with e7 even though that weird chord is nicer but when i play it dosent sound proper
Not sure where you mean? But I suspect you may have meant a regular F? (you couldn't replace an Fmaj7 with an F#). I often play Fmaj7 instead of F (even when I really should play an F). Fmaj7 is a lot easier to play and substitutes pretty well in most cases I find.
its good. but instead of fmajor 7 try it with an fsharp it sounds better
no the intros right its c caug only thing different is that pete plays top 2 strings were a caug is 2nd 3rd strings 4th and 5th. nice intro peter took me nearly 30 mins and almost got it awsome tutorials keep up the good work.
excuseme do you say me, wich chords do you need for this song?please
Brilliant lesson, mate.
Top lesson! Thanks
great lesson tho :D
so many chord changes on noels bit argh!
well, a perfect song for my girl, hahaha. Thanks for upload Peter.