Watch the Weepy Guitar online guitar lesson by Jeff McErlain from Soloing the Changes

Yep, this is clearly the chord changes to "While My Guitar Gently Weeps" by The Beatles. It's funny, like many guitar players, I wondered how George Harrison sounded so great on the song until I realized it was Eric Clapton. Not to sell George short, who I think played some of the best guitar parts ever, the solo is brilliant and perfect for the song courtesy of Mr. Clapton.

Now with all due respect to one of my favorite guitar players, he did not make the chord changes in the way we've been discussing. So clearly, it's not something that needs to be done! But when you hear Clapton play now, he has progressed and is clearly much more cognizant of the chord changes and making them.