🎸 “My Girl” Pentatonic Guitar Riff Tab

In this complimentary video guitar lesson, you utilize pentatonic scale patterns to play parts from the song "My Girl" by The Temptations. Follow along with totally free My Woman guitar tab at:

This guitar guideline is taught by Desi Serna author of Fretboard Theory, Guitar Theory For Dummies, and Guitar Rhythm and Technique For Dummies. Check out the site to read more about guitar scales, chords, developments, modes, music theory, and more.

14 thoughts on “🎸 “My Girl” Pentatonic Guitar Riff Tab

  1. great lesson second half of song is modulated goes up full step 2 cords higher D to G then D to Em G to A you notice Temps are singing higher in song this is where you play higher including lead guitar

  2. Dude like most songs it’s played in one key. Try “C”. And drop the distrotion. The more open tube clean sound you get the better fix. The chords are C and F during the riff runs while are open E. During the chorus I (C), guess (Dm), you’d (F), say (G), What (C) can, make (Dm) me feel (F) this way (G). I first started playing this song in 1967 so maybe give my opinion a shot? Rock on brother.

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