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Money (Pink Floyd) Lick - Justin Sandercoe
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Money (Pink Floyd) Lick - Justin Sandercoe  (7/4 - Key Bm)

Two Riffs that make up the Melody: 


Riff 1
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      _   _       _ 
   | | | | | | | | | |
e|---------------------|
B|---------------------|
G|---4-----------------|
D|-----4---------------|
A|-2-----2-------2---5b|
E|-----------2-5-------|



Riff 2
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    _   _       _       _ 
   | | | | | | | | |   | | | | | | |
e|-------------------|---------------|
B|-------------------|---------------|
G|-------------------|---------------|
D|-4---4---------4-3-|-2-------------|
A|-------4-----4-----|---2-------2-5-|
E|---------2-5-------|-----0-3-5-----|
        
 
 

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Money (Pink Floyd) Lick - Justin Sandercoe
Money (Pink Floyd) Lick - Justin Sandercoe
I still remember trying to work out this song off a record (vinyl) and being totally blown out that there was a beat missing every two bars. Confused the hell out of me!!

It's actually not too hard (especially if you have listened to the song lots of times and it's "in your blood", but if you struggle the best thing to do is get counting along with the riff and if then try to count along (without playing) with the track and get used to the way 7:4 feels.

Source: JustinGuitar.com

Money (Pink Floyd) Lick - Justin Sandercoe




Money (Pink Floyd) Lick - Justin Sandercoe
Adder: Bill Charrette [ willc ]
Date: 4/16/2013
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