I've republished WITHOUT BACKING TRACKS due to USA blocking.
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I eliminated the second and third verses and the second bridge. This is a 1977 Rickenbacker 360/12 with Rickenbacker strings, played through a Vox AD15VT set to AC30TB w/ no effects. Min Bass, Min Mid, Max. The amp was close-mic recorded with a Tascam DR07 digital recorder and then mixed with the backing tracks created from the original recording. Compression and plate reverb were added during mixing. I simulated the volume pedal [swell effect] using an automated fader during mixing. According to Guitar World Magazine, while recording Baby's In Black the prior summer, John tried turning the master volume knob on George's Tennessean (some people think it's the whammy or vibrato bar), but by the time they recorded I Need You George had a Vox volume pedal. The studio version is slightly flat so I pitch corrected the backing.
12 String capo at 4th fret.
Riff #1: A XX3211, A sus2 XX3O11, A sus4 XX3311, A XX3211
Riff #2: A XX3211, A7 no R XX1211, A sus4 XX3311, A XX3211
Verses: Riff #1, Riff #2, F#m XX3231, C#m XO221O, F#m XX3231, Bm X55333
Bridge: A aug5 XX3221, D X1333X, E X3555X, A XX3211, A aug5 XX3221, , D X1333X, E X3555X, B7 353433, Bm7 353333, E X3555X.
Outro: Riff #1, F#m XX3231, Dmaj7 X13531, Riff #1.
6 String rhythm guitar (not shown):
You can see how George played the rhythm part in the lip sync version in the film Help!.
Verses: A XO333O, F#m 244222, C#m X46654, F#m 244222, Bm X24432
Bridge Aaug5 XX3221, D XOO232, E O332OO, A XO333O, Aaug5 XX3221, D XOO232, E O332OO, B X2444X, Bm7 X24232, E O332OO
Outro: A XO333O, F#m 244222, D XOO232, A XO333O.
My videos are really intended for accomplished guitarists who want to polish up their Beatles repertoire and can benefit from "seeing" how a song is played - I am not a guitar teacher and do not provide tabs. I welcome specific questions. If the various chords that I am playing are not familiar to you then I would suggest that you visit some of the many free guitar chord sites. I had to learn these songs by listening to vinyl records and watching live performances on tv.
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