What tuning is fortunate son?
this CCR classic is a lot of fun to play, great for working on your rhythm and keeping it tight! The orginal riff is played by a guitar in Open G Tuning, so what I show you here is an adaption for normal tuning.
Did they actually play Fortunate Son in Vietnam?
“Fortunate Son” appeared in an episode of “American Dad!” set at a Vietnam reenactment. It was also used in the soundtrack of the Battlefield: Bad Company 2: Vietnam videogame. “It’s gotten really difficult to place music in scenes about Vietnam and come up with something really fresh, you know?” says Sill.
Do soldiers listen to music?
No. Of course not, the closest soldiers have gotten to listening to music in a fight is drums and trumpets way back when we fought with swords. People listen to music to fill time.
Did they play music from helicopters in Vietnam?
Army military helicopters flying in on the North Vietnamese, guns blazing, as Wagner’s “Ride of the Valkyries” plays from loudspeakers. This wasn’t reality – though rumor has it tankers in Desert Storm did the same thing – it was from the film “Apocalypse Now.” But music has been a part of war for a long time.
Who made Fortunate Son?
Creedence Clearwater Revival
What does 3 mean in Guitar Tabs?
is just sliding in the other direction. So 53 means slide from 5th fret to 3rd fret, picking only once (at 5th fret). ~ means just vibrating the finger when you hold down a string at a fret.
Why are guitar tabs upside down?
If you turn a tab upside down, the strings correspond, but the notes are shown in reverse order. TAB is written that way because the 6th string E is the lowest sounding string, therefore it is the bottom line of the TAB staff, just like the lower a note sounds, the lower it is written on a staff in standard notation.