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*Vincent*is Don McLean’s biographic and philosophic commentary on the life and emotions of Vincent van Gogh, as well as one of his masterpieces in the world of guitar ballads. It is a great example of his free-form picking style that is mostly arpeggio-based, and shows great use of letting a song breathe by stretching out some beats. This lesson looks at a simple way of picking through the chord progression as well as going into the subtleties and nuances that make it the gorgeous song that it is
Just love this lesson, every note is a joy. This lesson should be compulsory for any finger-picker.
written by dtaylor, July 02, 2015
Yes, the play along helped.
written by kr22, April 12, 2014
Vincent - probably one of the few lessons I've really really listened to what Neil is saying! Being patient and disciplined is so hard and frustrating!
written by briancbl, October 04, 2013
Back up now
written by docjimmy, February 21, 2012
The video streams for this song don't seem to be working