Lesson: "Maybe I'm Amazed" by Paul McCartney
In this video lesson, learn how to play Paul McCartney's classic hit "Maybe I'm Amazed."
Part 5/7: 2nd Verse Lesson In Part 5, Matt shows you the octaved chords used in the second chorus, along with the muted chord technique that McCartney uses in the second verse. The technique involves fingering the chord, but not pressing the strings all the way down to the fretboard while palm-muting.Lesson Contents 1 - Intro and 1st Verse Lesson 2 - 1st Verse Example and 1st Chorus Lesson 3 - 1st Chorus Example 4 - 1st Solo Example and Lesson and Second Chorus Lesson 5 - 2nd Verse Lesson 6 - 2nd Verse Example 7 - Second Guitar Solo and Alternate Outro
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