Lesson description: Here's a jangle-fied rendition of the The Byrds classic "Eight Miles High." It all started with transcribing Roger McGuinn's iconic opening lick, and then modifying it to make it more solid and less free-jazzy, a.k.a. playable for we who are not Roger.
Notice the use of arpeggiation and crosspicking to get the notes to bump into each other. This sort of harp-type thing sounds cool on regular guitar, and on 12 string it's absolutely rapturous!
Video version: https://youtu.be/9OqdYzI87Qg
Format: Sibelius-created digital score with tabs & standard notation
Delivery: Tablature is available as convenient .pdf download, and my custom made backing track is included as a free extra! You'll find the download links on your checkout page and in your email. We encourage you to make a customer account when you check out, so all your future purchases can be found in one place.