Eric Clapton 'Tears In Heaven' lesson (TG213)
18th Mar 2011 | 11:10
'Tears In Heaven' represents some of Clapton's finest acoustic songwriting and now you can learn it all with our eight part video lesson! Pick up Total Guitar issue 213 (on sale 18 March - 14 April 2011) for a backing track and a guide to nailing the guitar tones from the song.
'Tears In Heaven' represents some of Clapton's finest acoustic songwriting and now you can learn it all with our eight part video lesson! Pick up Total Guitar issue 213 (on sale 18 March to 14 April 2011) for a backing track and a guide to nailing the guitar tones from the song.
Composers: Eric Clapton, Will Jennings
Tutor: Chris Bird
Audio: Simon Young
Videographer: Martin Holmes
Part One: Intro (Guitar 1)
Part Two: Intro (Guitar 2)
Part Three: Verse (Part 1)
Part Four: Verse (Part 2)
Part Five: Middle
Part Six: Solo
Part Seven: Bridge Lick
Part Eight: Outro
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