My acoustic guitar/singing friend has thrown down a challenge, he asked me to learn the guitar bits or something close to the record, on the Dire Straits song, Why Worry. He can handle the chords, rhythm and singing part, he wants me to play the intro and other guitar parts.
Why Worry is in the key of E, I found that a Capo on the second fret and playing using the D key chord shapes places a lot of the notes under my fingers. I think I will be able to come up with something passable one of these days but there is a chord that baffles me. It is what I term an expansive chord a few seconds before the vocals start. Any help with identifying or playing that chord is much appreciated.
I don't like learning a song note for note from any of the internet guitar teachers. I much prefer to play my take on a guitar solo, a version that is recognisable and yet mine. If you follow my drift. But that chord has me baffled so if anyone can help, you will be forever in my debt. Thanks in advance.
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