Derek Doepker contributed this video to Guitarist Nation to help you learn AC/DC’s “Money Talks”. He takes it a step further and breaks it down in music theory. Taking the key of G, notes of the scale that make up the hook, and the chords of the rhythm.
Key – G major
Consists of G (1), A (2), B (3), C (4), D (5), E (6), F# (7)
G, C, and D which are the I, IV, and V (1,4,5) of the G scale.
Iimplies a back and fourth between G Major and Gsus2 transitioning to Csus2.
G, D, and C power chords built using only the 1 and 5.
If you have questions, Derek encourages you to email him at email@example.com.
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