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A major (A without a capo, B with)
Solsbury Hill was written by English musician Peter Gabriel in 1977. The song was Gabriel’s debut single after leaving the progressive rock band Genesis, of which he was the lead singer.
In this lesson we’re going to be learning how to play Solsbury Hill in full on the guitar. It can be quite a challenging song to play at first and I’d say that it’s a great one to learn if you’re a confident intermediate player.
It’s pretty fast moving with lots going on in the picking hand and plenty of fast changing chords to navigate. Whilst this makes things pretty complicated at times, it also makes for a lot of fun once you’ve mastered it.
Let’s get learning Solsbury Hill!
Structure: Intro, Verse, Interlude, Verse, Interlude, Verse, Outro