Daft Punk: How to Play Get Lucky For Classical Guitar

Posted on 25. May, 2013 by in Easy to Play, Pop Music, Premium Tabs

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A very pleasant comment from YouTube, in reference to my Django Unchained arrangement:

Anywhere to find the tabs without having to sign up to some f__king cash grabbing blog?

While not as pithy, this is one of my favorite YouTube endorsements, in reference to my Dark Knight arrangement:

I miss the old days when people actually shared stuff on the internet. Now everybody trys to make a buck. This guy is not even that good of a guitarist, some slow playing of the normal chords. What a joke.

Yep, those were the days.

I don’t take anything personally, ever. I learned that important life-lesson while working retail jobs to supplement my teaching schedule throughout my 20’s. People are products of their egos, and their perceptions. Happy people project their happiness unto others — miserable people project their misery unto everybody! Both are contagious.

There’s also the phenomenon of people being totally disconnected from humanity when they’re sitting behind a keyboard. CDBaby founder, Derek Sivers, sums it up brilliantly right here. Also, the hilarious Louis C.K. (warning explicit) explains how people’s value systems change behind the wheel of a car. So true.

I recently relearned this lesson when I discovered a website (as it turns out, mistakenly) distributing the materials from my website. After receiving no response from my profanity-laden email freak out, I tried a novel idea — being nice.

After sending a brief and nice email, my materials were immediately taken down. Who would of thought that human beings respond well to niceness, and that desired outcomes can happen quicker from kindness?

It’s important to mention that I have a healthy amount subscribers (thank you, I deeply appreciate it), and that 98% of people do make nice comments on here and on YouTube. This is just some stuff I was thinking about, as I sifted through my hate-mail:)

(Note: Get Lucky is my premium content.)

How to Play Get Lucky for classical guitar

I would characterize my arrangement for Get Lucky as relatively easy to play — if you’re in the right frame of mind. While not for total beginners, Get Lucky is comprised of a simple chord progression with a few quick trills mixed into the verse and chorus.

Get Lucky favors those who visualize their hands as light and feathery. Agility is often a state of mind when it comes to playing guitar.

As per usual, I’ve divided the tab into sections that almost act like commas — making the tab easier to comprehend. Get Lucky is played in

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7 Responses to “Daft Punk: How to Play Get Lucky For Classical Guitar”

  1. Blair

    26. May, 2013

    Love the tab, these guys shouldn’t be complaining, I was surprised when I saw how cheap it was to sign up!

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    • Evan Handyside

      27. May, 2013

      Thanks Blair! Right, I’m not trying to crush people’s pocketbooks — just get compensated for my time — which is considerable.

      Let me know if you need help or have any questions.

      Thanks again,
      Evan

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  3. Simon

    31. Aug, 2013

    Very nice! I’m playing classic guitar…starting from today maybe also your modern-compositions!

    What is the full playing order? The song does not really end with the Post-Chorus?
    Intro, Verse, Pre-Chorus, Chorus, PostChorus?

    Regards from Germany
    Simon

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    • Evan Handyside

      01. Sep, 2013

      Hi Simon, thanks for commenting. The song ends with the Intro.

      Intro, Verse, Pre-Chorus, Chorus, Post-Chorus / Intro, Verse, Pre-Chorus, Chorus, Post-Chorus, Intro

      Thanks,
      Evan

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  4. Rebeca

    27. Dec, 2016

    I have a question: the tbas are writen with 0,1,2 … like in free tabs or may i have a right pentagram (stave)?
    Thanks

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