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1967 was a mixed bag for Keith Richards.
On one hand, he was jailed on drugs charges; on the other, he stumbled upon the open G tuning that powers immortal riffs from Honky Tonk Women and Brown Sugar.
For instant Keef-ness, try barring at the 5th fret and hammering on to the 6th fret and 7th fret on the second and fourth strings.