Como tocar Arabella en guitarra ✪ Arctic Monkeys

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Como tocar Arabella en guitarra

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Si aún no sabes como tocar Arabella, has llegado al lugar correcto. Este clásico de los Arctic Monkeys aparece en el álbum “AM” en el año 2013, tiene una letra curiosa además de un gran solo. Te dejo el tutorial, cover y la tablatura que funcionan tanto para guitarra eléctrica como para acústica. ¡Comenzamos!

Para este tutorial utiliza distorsión/delay y en el solo agrega fuzz

 

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Como tocar Arabella en guitarra | Arctic Monkeys

 

Arabella’s got some interstellar gator skin boots
And a Helter Skelter ’round her little finger and I ride it endlessly
She’s got a Barbarella silver swimsuit
And when she needs to shelter from reality she takes a dip in my daydreams

My days end best when the sunset gets itself
Behind, that little lady sitting on the passenger
Side, it’s much less picturesque without her catching
The light, the horizon tries but it’s just not as kind on the eyes

As Arabella…As Arabella

Just might have tapped into your mind and soul…You can’t be sure
Arabella’s got a ’70s head but she’s a modern lover
It’s an exploration, she’s made of outer space
And her lips are like the galaxy’s edge

And her kiss the colour of a constellation falling into place
My days end best when the sunset gets itself
Behind, that little lady sitting on the passenger
Side, it’s much less picturesque without her catching

The light, the horizon tries but it’s just not as kind on the eyes
As Arabella…As Arabella

Just might have tapped into your mind and soul…You can’t be sure
That’s magic in a cheetah print coat just a slip underneath it
I hope asking if I can have one of those organic cigarettes that
She smokes, wraps her lips ’round the Mexican Coke
Makes you wish that you were the bottle takes a sip of your soul and it sounds like
Just might have tapped into your mind and soul…You can’t be sure