This is the full guitar lesson for Emoji of a Wave by John Mayer.
Emoji of a Wave appears on Mayer's 2017 album 'The Search for Everything'. It's a beautiful song that's great fun to play on your acoustic guitar. Perfect learning for the intermediate player.
Alright, let's pick up our guitars and learn how to play Emoji of a Wave!
- Key - B major
- Tuning - standard
- Difficulty - intermediate
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Emoji of a Wave Guitar Lesson
Although this certainly isn't one of John Mayer's harder songs to play, it still has its challenges. For instance some of the chords can be tricky to grip at times and the bridge is a little awkward to get right. As always, just take your time and work on each section slowly and accurately and you'll have it down in no time.
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Part 2 (The Chorus)
Let's now jump into the second half of this lesson.
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