Hi All: I'm new to this forum. Searched for this topic, but don't see this specifically discussed: A student recently asked me about the Rolling Stones "Satisfaction". I gave a quick listen and was surprised to hear that, to my ear, Wyman opens with an ascending MAJOR idea (E F# G# A). I had never noticed this before. As I hear it, the line then descends minor (A G F# E), and the riff remains minor thru-out (always G, no G# except that first time). Upon further research, I see YouTubers playing major ever time, or minor every time. The actual published music I have shows G natural, even that first time. Now, I've listened to this so much I'm starting to doubt myself. Sometimes I think I might hear that G# sneak in a few other times (only ascending; I always hear a G on the way down). Do any of the veteran players here play that G# at first? The intro (and the whole song) is so iconic, I'd like to confirm that I'm teaching it correctly. (I have seen detailed discussions about Wyman's note choices in the verses, but not what's played on bass during that famous guitar riff!) I'm interested in hearing your thoughts. Thanks!