Poison Pill Acoustic Guitar Lesson

Poison Pill Acoustic Guitar Lesson

If you haven’t heard the song check it out: https://youtu.be/t7viKMyOJZ0

Running through a guitar tutorial on one of the songs as a lesson for combining major 7 chord voicings. Hope you like it!

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  1. Alisson Casagrande


  2. Hi Sean, I got my mom Rocky & Bullwinkel aka "Moose & Squirrel" garden figures for mother's day 😀 Awesome acoustic version, keep it rocking bro 😉

  3. Great. Thank you.

  4. This was like one of those tests they give fighter pilots on reduced oxygen 😀

  5. Awesome lesson!

  6. Cool lesson. Definitely going to check out your music. Has a Elliott Smith Independence Day feel. I've heard you mention him before. Do you have a favorite album of his? And if so why? Thanks.

  7. Gábor Benedek

    Great video Sean! I'm already working on it. It's an awesome song. Thanks for the lesson. 🙂

  8. these chords hurt my wrist

  9. I think I said it many times now: maj7 is my favorite and I am happy to see that always using it actually works fine! 🙂 PS: on 2:20 you said sth regarding key and opening up the barre. Could you do a lesson on that please, about the "open power chord" I like to call it… it sounds cool, but I dont know when it makes sense to use it… Please 🙂

  10. Awesome! I'm glad you decided to do this lesson!

  11. The pellet with the poison's in the vessel with the pestle. Referencing the poison pill sketch in Danny Kaye's "The Court Jester"

  12. this one definitely has a Jack Johnson influence

  13. I dig the tune. Nice airy sounding chords.

  14. You should do a lesson on double stops (I think that's what they're called, where you bend two strings at a time, or play 2 strings in a solo or something, what note are you 'hitting' and what's the '2nd note'?)

  15. first again? hehe wazzup!

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