Randy Rhoads

February 16, 2007

Of course, Rhoads’ acoustic side was equally hypnotic. Directly inspired by Leo Brouwer’s “Etude VI” from Estudios Sencillos, Rhoads’ layered intro to “Diary of a Madman” is an alluring, arpeggiated exploration of A major, A minor, and everything in between. (Tip: The grids show you each chord shape you’ll need to fret.)

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