What string do you play Smoke on the Water on?
From the tablature, string 4 and 5 are played on both 5th fret. Use you second and third finger in playing those notes. This is to prepare the first and second finger to play the second note/chord – “C”.
Is Smoke on the Water hard to play?
It’s an iconic and catchy rock song but at the same time since it’s basically a simple power chord based song it’s pretty easy to play. You can play it in any key and look cool while playing it.
Who plays Smoke on the Water?
The British rock band Deep Purple, shown here in 1971, wrote the hit song “Smoke on the Water,” after watching the casino in Montreux, Switzerland, go up in flames later that year.
Why is Smoke on the Water Famous?
The “smoke on the water” that became the title of the song (credited to bass guitarist Roger Glover, who related how the title occurred to him when he woke from a dream a few days later) referred to the smoke from the fire spreading over Lake Geneva from the burning casino as the members of Deep Purple watched from
Why is smoke on the water called 035?
It is from the ancient text, “Smoke on the Water,” which was written by Deep Purple. It is written in a strange format of writing called “tablature.” The inexplicable power of 035 is believed to lie in its ability to be played in an awkward situation, that can not be resolved in any other way.
What chords are in Smoke on the Water?
[Intro] | D4 F4 G4 – | D4 F4 G#4 G4 | D4 F4 G4 – | F4 D4 – – |x6 [Verse 1] G5 /// G5 /// We all came out to Montreux G5 / F5 / G5 /// On the Lake Geneva shoreline G5 /// G5 /// To make records with a mobile G5 / F5 / G5 /// We didn’t have much time G5 /// G5 /// Frank Zappa and the Mothers G5 / F5 / G5 /// Were at the