I did this version in open G, but I think Keith did it in open D with a capo.
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March 14, 2014 at 9:35 am
fighting, Rolling, Stones, street
Awesome job Privet. Don’t let the naysayers get you down Buddy. If you only
helped one guy learn a song and he learned to love guitar then everything
you have done here is worth it. You don’t overteach or overanalyze, you
just play it well and let the viewer decide. That’s the best way!
You’re right about the tuning – open G but capo up from open D. I saw them
twice back in the day, and that’s how Keith played it on stage.
how do you play in time?
Hey “chev202″ why don’t you just change your name to
“chevdoubledouchebag” you are a F’ing punk. He’s covered hundreds of song
and he does them all well,, don’t be a hater you little bitch,, just run
away likes he’s asked and go play “RockStar” or whatever the F it is on
Xbox and dream. LOSER!!!!!
Isn’t a big part of rock to play according to how it makes you feel? If it
rocks it rocks. Paul McCartney has said a whole bunch of times he doesn’t
read music. That in itself should tell you that note for note isn’t
critical and chord shape variations are allowed—even encouraged. I return
again and again to Privitettricker because he rocks!
Dude,,, you sound Great,, don’t let the Bitches who hate keep you from
posting. I as well as others are learning a lot from watching you!!!
@TheDami1969 I think you’re probably right. Keith wasn’t really using open
G until after the Beggars Banquet period. I’ll have to revisit this one to
see if I can nail the studio version.
Interesting how there’s different versions of this song even from the
Stones. I like doing it per the “Stripped” version – they move it down a
1/2 step to B. I capo the 4th fret in open G for that.
I just played this last night as a duo for an acoustic open mic. I was in
open D; the singer was tuned to standard but he had a capo on the 3rd fret.
The song got a great reception and sounded pretty close to the BB version
sans the feedback etc. However when electric..I still play it open G
man this song is TOUGH on you arm
Yes open d/e, not g on BB
hey man you are the best stones guitar teacher out there ! Can you please
explain the strumming pattern ? I am just beginning to play the guitar and
cant figure it out. Thanks.
Mr. Privettricker can you please tell me how Keith did it on live Stripped?
(tuning, capo, chords)
very nice job, keep on rocking !!! are you strumming downstrokes only?
Man, what a sound!
Great version, and nice acoustic guitar.
@TheDami1969 He wasn’t in open G for the original recording, although I
believe he’s done it onstage in open G since then. I believe it’s open D
with a capo for the recording (open D and E are the same fingerings, so it
doesn’t matter which you use as long as you adjust the capo placement).
do a lesson
I am thankful that you recorded this one. I have been singing this for the
last month. The Sabres enter the ice rink to this before their games. Great
tune. Now I can figure it out.
is that a Mansfield ?? I can’t see the head stock, I have one.
My friend, that was awesome, thank you!
since you take requests (LOL) then do some real jams. like beck’s bolero,
duane allman/ABB, doing, “Dreams” or the james gang doing “closet
queen/bomber. you know what i mean,, some real music. lets see what you
got. oh, dont forget about steve howe.
Great can you do a lesson
I know you get a ton of posts, but I would love to see you play the
standard tuning guitar part of this song from the remastered Banquet
@MrDuojet Yeah, I’m guessing Keith hasn’t used open D or open E onstage in
a long while, if he ever did at all.
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