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How to Play "Helter Skelter" by The Beatles on Guitar

SALE TODAY: Learn Piano on iOS Guitar Chords Used in the Song "Helter Skelter" uses standard tuning and the following guitar chords: How to Play a G Chord How to Play an E Chord How to Play an A Chord Form of the Song "Helter Skelter" is a classic rock hit from the legendary rock group, The Beatles. The song was released on the band's 1968 double-disc record, The White Album. The song was written by Paul McCartney, using a more than usual aggressive rock riff and vocal accompaniment. McCartney's writing was inspired The Who "I Can See for Miles." "Helter Skelter" has been covered by several artists, including Neil Young, and can be seen on Oasis' "Familiar to Millions" DVD. The song, contrary to most Beatles songs, uses very few chords. The three-chord song uses basic notes and hand positions, making it a great song for a beginner guitarist Beatles fan. The song uses a short riff in between the chords during the chorus after each time the phrase "helter skelter" is used. Follow along with the video to learn that guitar riff, along with the chords and progression of the song. There are different versions of the song, so find one that suits your skill level. "Helter Skelter" uses the following song form: * Intro * Verse 1 * Verse 2 * Chorus * Verse 3 * Chorus * Solo * Verse 1 * Verse 3 * Chorus * Outro Read more by visiting our page at:
Length: 03:32


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