Eric Clapton – Tears In Heaven – Acoustic Guitar Lesson – How to Play the Intro

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Eric Clapton – Tears In Heaven – Acoustic Guitar Lesson – How to Play the Intro
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  1. Thanks, I managed to master it now with ur slow and clear explanation…

  2. Thanks Man for all ur lessons, l have learned more in one year watching u than I ever did on my on. Your a true blessing.

  3. The song is about the pain Clapton felt following the death of his four-year-old son, Conor, who fell from a window of the 53rd-floor New York apartment of his mother's friend, on March 20, 1991. Clapton, who arrived at the apartment shortly after the accident, was visibly distraught for months afterwards.

  4. I watched this when you uploaded it and now I'm back to re learn it. haha I love your new channel! you should do some advanced lessons once you've finished setting up the beginner lessons. love your top 10 lists and stuff too. keep em' coming Marty

  5. Thank you so much for this tutorial ive been trying to learn it for ages!!

  6. your lessons help me so much i cant even explain, thank you

  7. That sounds terrible, how to you expect to teach someone and tell them what to do when the way your playing it sounds bad?

  8. can you do poison whiskey by lynyrd skynyrd?

  9. thanks this was easy for me to learn I been playing guitar for 20 years and i am a country Sanger but I like Eric Clapton and this song is good

  10. this is such a sad song many people don't know Eric Clapton's inspiration for this song, so sad

  11. Marty ur a great teacher

  12. which chord is it at 3:07

  13. Kriszti谩n Piller

    BIG THANK MAN!!!!!!

  14. your B string is different to mine
    is it in standard tuning

  15. You're the man Marty.

  16. Mitchell Gonzalez

    3:35 I don't understand 馃檨

  17. great marty! practise for two days and i know how to play

  18. Can you play it on bass?

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