Overview
Not only do I show you how to play the tapping part of Eruption, but also explain what chords he's implying/playing with this tapping part. Why does this matter? Well we can implement sections of this tapping part into our own solos/playing/improvisation.

The couple of things to take note of:
1) Everything takes place on our 2nd string (B string)
2) Move one hand at a time (Right then Left then Right then Left)

The Chords that he's playing are:
C#m - A - B7 - B
Em - C - D7 - D
E7 - E | E7 - E
D7 - D | C7 - C
B - Em - B - Em

Using triads, and even just playing the full chords can hopefully bring some clarity onto what it is he's playing.

-Related Lessons-


0:48 - Tapping Guitar Intro
1:25 - Building Chords?! | UGT 2/8
1:57 - Playing Triads (Whole Neck & All Strings!)
2:33 - Dominant 7 Arpeggios
2:39 - Extended (7 9 11 13) Chords?! | UGT 3/8
7:53 - Finding the Key?! | UGT 7/8

PDF's - Eruption Tapping Tab & Triads

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