Whiskey and You - Chris Stapleton - Bridge

Here is the Bridge to Chris Stapleton's "Whiskey and You."

Keep the following playing tips in mind.

1.  This song is in drop-D tuning.  Tune your sixth string E down to D.
2.  The song is in 4/4 time.
3.  Right after the D to A chord (Chris S. sings "that's the difference between whiskey and you") there is a D chord lick.
4.  Following the D chord lick, he plays an A chord hammering and pulling off between the 2nd and 3rd frets of the second string (A to Asus4).
5.  Then strum the G chord by sliding up to the fifth fret of strings 6, 5 and 4 (you will need to partially bar these strings with your first finger).
6.  Then back to the main theme of the song.   Check out my post on the verse.

That's some good guitar playin' by Chris Stapleton!


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