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is actually quite easy to play - although I haven't tried playing the piece as an arpeggio. So I stick with the chord rhythm.
Note, for folks trying to play Namidairo
, the Bm7 chord that comes with the main chorus may be a bit hard becoz you have to lift off your left trigger finger to expose your high E string. I don't bother anymore, a regular Bm7 barre chord sounds almost
As for Thank you My teens
, there's a mean little F sharp diminished chord in the fourth bar after the section C marker, the only hard part about this really easy piece. You can defeat it by playing the A chord before the dim one with the same finger shape you would for a D chord. Transplant the same shape to the second, third and fourth strings as seen in the diagram. Use your thumb to hold down an F sharp on your low E string AND mute your A string.
You don't have to crush your left trigger finger against three strings just becoz the diagram makes it seem so!