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Whole Lotta Love Guitar Lesson - Led Zeppelin - Famous Riffs
 
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Subscribe for new songs every week! https://goo.gl/L7cTLq Check out my theory and technique channel! https://goo.gl/L9eY76 Take Lessons With Me! https://goo.gl/G6bdPJ Follow GuitarLessons365 on Twitter! https://twitter.com/guitarlessonscb Please help support my lessons on Patreon. http://www.patreon.com/guitarlessons365 Click here for ALL parts of this song in my Led Zeppelin playlist! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOBqO_KghqI694zqeXFsRMDKd3ZoIsACR Whole Lotta Love is not only Led Zeppelin's first hit single in the US, it is also consistently rated one of the greatest guitar tracks of all-time by virtually every major music outlet. The main reason for that success is Jimmy Page's driving riff that not only opens the song, but continues throughout a large part of the song. As iconic as this riff is, it is actually quite easy to play. In this Whole Lotta Love guitar lesson video I will show you what is going on in this riff for both hands. If you are just starting to learn to play the guitar you will have some good things to practice here including chord muting and alternate picking. However, the alternate picking required for this riff doesn't involve any synchronization with the fret-hand (just picking on one open string) so it is still pretty easy to play. So I hope you enjoy this short but sweet guitar lesson on a riff that inspired millions of people to learn to play the guitar. :) Carl..
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The Trooper Guitar Lesson - Iron Maiden - Famous Riffs
 
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Subscribe for new songs every week! https://goo.gl/L7cTLq Check out my theory and technique channel! https://goo.gl/L9eY76 Take Lessons With Me! https://goo.gl/G6bdPJ Follow GuitarLessons365 on Twitter! https://twitter.com/guitarlessonscb Please help support my lessons on Patreon. http://www.patreon.com/guitarlessons365 Click here for my Iron Maiden playlist featuring ALL of my Iron Maiden song lessons! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOBqO_KghqI6F1VHTuWN-mPIVRg0785kY With this "famous riff" lesson we will take a look at the main riff from Iron Maiden's classic "The Trooper" off their Piece of Mind album. This lesson is actually going to cover a couple of riffs, the intro and the harmony guitar part before the vocals come in. The biggest challenge in this The Trooper guitar lesson video will definitely be the quick shifts required to play it up to speed. There is a pattern in the riff that is basically just repeated 3 times so that part of it is simple to understand. The first thing I think you should focus on would be the pattern first. Then it will just be a process of playing the pattern after every shift. Easier said than done I know, but anything worth doing always requires a little bit of work. :) From there we arrive at the cool little harmony guitar section. This type of harmony guitar stuff is definitely an Iron Maiden signature. What I demonstrate in the lesson is just one of the harmony lines. When I teach the entire song I will be sure to include every harmony part. Speaking of learning the entire song. If you want to learn all the classic metal guitar parts of this song simply help this video get 600 YouTube "likes". In any case, just remember to take everything nice and slow. This is the kind of riff that can lock into your hands pretty easily, so just give it time to do so before playing it up to full speed. :) Carl...
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I Remember You Guitar Lesson - Skid Row - Famous Riffs
 
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Subscribe for new songs every week! https://goo.gl/L7cTLq Check out my theory and technique channel! https://goo.gl/L9eY76 Take Lessons With Me! https://goo.gl/G6bdPJ Follow GuitarLessons365 on Twitter! https://twitter.com/guitarlessonscb Please help support my lessons on Patreon. http://www.patreon.com/guitarlessons365 Click here for my Skid Row playlist featuring ALL of my Skid Row song lessons! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOBqO_KghqI6jhkrrfQPaLwytFKh7zX2e Today's famous riff comes to you by way of the always ripping Skid Row with their hit power ballad "I Remember You". In this I Remember You guitar lesson we will be taking a look at the main acoustic riff that opens the song and that also makes up a majority of the verse. The riff is based around just two simple chords but is made much more difficult by some agile fills thrown in between the changes that requires a pretty accurate picking touch. If you follow the picking indications that I demonstrate in the video, everything will be much easier. The key is to make the picking of those fills as economical as possible. Of course there is the issue of having to do hammer-ons and pulls-offs on an acoustic guitar, but as long your guitar is set up well it shouldn't be much of a problem. If you do have a problem with any of the fills simply isolate it and practice it by itself over and over again while staying in rhythm. That kind of detailed practice is how you can overcome most technical difficulties on the guitar. Hope you guys enjoy learning this riff from this great 80's power ballad classic by one of my favorite bands of that era. :) Carl...
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Don't Fear The Reaper Guitar Lesson - Blue Oyster Cult - Famous Riffs
 
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Subscribe for new songs every week! https://goo.gl/L7cTLq Check out my theory and technique channel! https://goo.gl/L9eY76 Take Lessons With Me! https://goo.gl/G6bdPJ Follow GuitarLessons365 on Twitter! https://twitter.com/guitarlessonscb Please help support my lessons on Patreon. http://www.patreon.com/guitarlessons365 Well let's see if I can get through this without making a cowbell joke. :) This simple guitar riff is instantly recognizable by just about any person who has ever turned on a radio. In this Don't Fear The Reaper guitar lesson video I will show you how to play the opening riff. We will be using a simple picking pattern that repeats quite a few times so it shouldn't take very long to get every thing together with this one. For those of you just starting out and trying to find cool guitar riffs to practice arpeggiated picking or in other words, picking the strings one at a time while holding down a chord, I think this intro riff to Don't Fear The Reaper will be a great little exercise for you. The fact that the riff just repeats over and over with the same picking pattern is what makes it such a good exercise. Take advantage of this because most songs don't fall into place quite so easily. Keep in mind that you don't have to finger everything exactly the way I do. I will let you know of a couple options in the lesson that might be a little more comfortable for some people. That's about it from me. Enjoy! Carl..
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Fake Plastic Trees Guitar Lesson - Radiohead
 
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Subscribe for new songs every week! https://goo.gl/L7cTLq Check out my theory and technique channel! https://goo.gl/L9eY76 Take Lessons With Me! https://goo.gl/G6bdPJ Follow GuitarLessons365 on Twitter! https://twitter.com/guitarlessonscb Please help support my lessons on Patreon. http://www.patreon.com/guitarlessons365 Click here for my Radiohead playlist featuring ALL of my Radiohead song lessons! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOBqO_KghqI424yTATUoibMxiKIuf1mtY "Fake Plastic Trees" was released in 1995 on Radiohead's second album The Bends. Written by vocalist/guitarist Thom Yorke, "Fake Plastic Trees" is a simple melancholic masterpiece performed primarily on acoustic guitar. In this Fake Plastic Trees guitar lesson, I will demonstrate how to play the chords to this simple yet extremely effective Radiohead hit. The main chord progression is based around an A major chord, occasionally altering it with a suspended chord. Thom Yorke creates a descending bass line around the A major chord that create an interesting series of chords as a result. We will just be using simple open position chords here so nothing will probably be too problematic for you. Pay close attention to the timing of the Asus4 chord. It usually signals a coming chord change. The second chord progression starts with a very cool Bmin11 chord. I know it sounds like it would be hard to play, but it isn't. That entire chord progression is based around just that Bmin11 and the A major chord. I think "Fake Plastic Trees" would be great for the beginning level guitarist, or simply anyone who is a fan of the song. The fact that there is no barre chords makes this song accessible to just about any player on a technical level. So I hope you enjoy this Radiohead classic. It truly is one of my favorite songs on the 90's. Carl...
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Walk Guitar Lesson w/ Onscreen Tab - Pantera
 
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Subscribe for new songs every week! https://goo.gl/L7cTLq Check out my theory and technique channel! https://goo.gl/L9eY76 Take Lessons With Me! https://goo.gl/G6bdPJ Follow GuitarLessons365 on Twitter! https://twitter.com/guitarlessonscb Please help support my lessons on Patreon. http://www.patreon.com/guitarlessons365 Click here for my Pantera playlist featuring ALL of my song lessons from Pantera! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOBqO_KghqI6nsLlzzQpLxcOuftEuIRqi In this "famous riff" guitar tutorial I will teach you how to play the main riff to Pantera's classic "Walk". This slow groove based riff by the great Dimebag Darrell has a feel that is very unique. I honestly can't recall a guitar riff ever sounding similar to this prior to it's release. "Walk" was released on Pantera's 1992 Vulgar Display Of Power album. Upon it's release as a single it quickly became the most beloved Pantera song with both their hardcore fans and general public. The reason for this is the massive riff that opens the song and remains for a majority of the song. Dimebag's riff was simple and direct and probably the most powerful thing he ever wrote. As heavy as it is, the main riff to "Walk" is actually very catchy which helps give it it's lasting appeal to metal fans all over the world. In this Walk guitar lesson video I will demonstrate how Dimebag performs this classic metal riff note-for-note. Keep in mind that "Walk" is tuned to D standard (D G C F A D). But that isn't all, Dimebag also slightly detunes his guitar a bit further than that. This slight detuning is a trademark of Dimebag's. To get to the proper tuning you will need an electronic tuner that allows you to adjust the amount of cents. Concert pitch is 440 cents but to recreate Dimebag's tuning you will have to set it at about 430 cents. Then you will be able to simply tune your guitar to D standard and it will sound in pitch with the original recording. Now I know besides this amazing riff there are some other highly influential guitar parts to this song. In fact, the solo is considered to be one of the greatest metal guitar solos of all time. If you guys would like to see me teach "Walk" in it's entirety note-for-note, please show your support by making sure this video gets 600 "likes" on YouTube. After it hits that goal I will then teach the whole song. Well I hope you guys enjoy learning this classic metal riff. I will be back here soon with the full song tutorial. Carl...
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Alive Guitar Lesson - Pearl Jam - Famous Riffs
 
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Subscribe for new songs every week! https://goo.gl/L7cTLq Check out my theory and technique channel! https://goo.gl/L9eY76 Take Lessons With Me! https://goo.gl/G6bdPJ Follow GuitarLessons365 on Twitter! https://twitter.com/guitarlessonscb Please help support my lessons on Patreon. http://www.patreon.com/guitarlessons365 Click here for my Pearl Jam playlist featuring ALL of my Pearl Jam song lessons! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOBqO_KghqI584bk56G9NgldnfLWIFFbz The opening riff to Pearl Jam's "Alive" was pretty much the first thing any of us heard of this now legendary rock band. This riff has consistently been voted the best of the 90's. Whatever your thoughts are on that there is no denying that it helped to propel the band to stratospheric heights in the early 90's. Perhaps it is the laid back feel, cool hammer-ons or groove that makes this riff so memorable, but whatever the case it certainly deserves to be part of the guitar riffs section here at GL365. Technically there isn't very much to be worried about with this one. The initial slide and quick hammer-on part of the riff is obviously the one part that will give some players a little but of trouble Try to make them feel almost like one movement. What I mean by that is if you try to focus on the slide up then focus on the hammer-on lick it might make the riff sound a bit choppy. Instead try to focus on the hammer-on lick and treat the slide as just a quick note you hit while sliding up to play the hammer-on lick. I think all of this will make since to you pretty quickly after practicing the riff a bit. Also, there is a little half-step bend to contend with as well. Those are generally a little bit harder to keep in tune than whole step bends so make sure you focus on that a little bit too. For better control of the bend I recommend bending the string down towards the floor. Alright that is just about all I have to say about this one. Enjoy! Carl..
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Still Of The Night Guitar Lesson Pt.1 - Whitesnake - Intro, Verse & Main Riff
 
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Subscribe for new songs every week! https://goo.gl/L7cTLq Check out my theory and technique channel! https://goo.gl/L9eY76 Take Lessons With Me! https://goo.gl/G6bdPJ Follow GuitarLessons365 on Twitter! https://twitter.com/guitarlessonscb Please help support my lessons on Patreon. http://www.patreon.com/guitarlessons365 Click here for ALL parts to this song in my Whitesnake playlist! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOBqO_KghqI4nHQ3Fl8JEPDkM4QApi0MU "Still Of The Night" was released in 1987 on Whitesnake's hugely successful self-titled album and quickly became THE signature hard rock song for Whitesnake. Co-written by lead singer David Coverdale and guitarist John Sykes, it is a classic example of 80's hard rock at it's peak. "Still Of The Night" is quite unusual in how it is laid out. There are many different guitar rhythms and sections to learn. Besides the HUGE main riff that is instantly recognizable, you will also learn the complete solo, rhythms and interlude section. I have even arranged the string section part for guitar just to make sure you don't get any break at all. 🙂 . I hope you enjoy this one. It is a lot of fun to play and is a great study in 80's rock guitar techniques. Good luck!! Carl
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Eruption Guitar Lesson - Tapping Section - Van Halen
 
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Subscribe for new songs every week! https://goo.gl/L7cTLq Check out my theory and technique channel! https://goo.gl/L9eY76 Take Lessons With Me! https://goo.gl/G6bdPJ Follow GuitarLessons365 on Twitter! https://twitter.com/guitarlessonscb Please help support my lessons on Patreon. http://www.patreon.com/guitarlessons365 Click here for ALL of my Van Halen song lessons in my Van Halen playlist! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOBqO_KghqI4VelgESyKYf6Mt3GMjBqp0 In this "Famous Solos" installment we will take a look at the solo that pretty much changed rock guitar as we know it. The unaccompanied guitar solo "Eruption" was on Van Helen's debut album and instantly made Eddie Van Halen a legendary figure in the guitar world. I chose to focus on just the tapping section of Eruption since that is the part most people recognize. Of course Eruption introduced to the world Eddie Van Halen's dazzling tapping technique. Even though tapping had been employed by numerous guitarists before, no one had ever taken it to such musical heights. At the beginning of the video I demonstrate the basic 3 note tapping pattern Eddie uses throughout the whole section. From there it is just simply a matter of memorizing the different arpeggios. Take your time and get the tapping pattern down by itself first before trying to learn the entire song. Hope you guys enjoy the lesson. We certainly can't get any bigger than this when it comes to famous solos. :)
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Sad But True Guitar Lesson w/ Onscreen Tab - Metallica
 
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Subscribe for new songs every week! https://goo.gl/L7cTLq Check out my theory and technique channel! https://goo.gl/L9eY76 Take Lessons With Me! https://goo.gl/G6bdPJ Follow GuitarLessons365 on Twitter! https://twitter.com/guitarlessonscb Please help support my lessons on Patreon. http://www.patreon.com/guitarlessons365 Click here for my Metallica playlist featuring ALL of my Metallica song lessons! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOBqO_KghqI7qp1N_tDJ46zmWlSHUtbc8 In this Sad But True guitar lesson video I will demonstrate how to play the main riff to this killer slow grooving song by Metallica. When it comes to Metallica's sound and style, "Sad But True" was a big departure. First off, Metallica usually tunes to standard tuning most of the time and are a lot more well known for their lightning fast thrash riffs than for slow power grooves. However, with "Sad But True" they decided to break the mold and did so with outstanding results. Personally, this main riff to "Sad But True" is probably my all-time favorite Metallica riff. The groove is just simply infectious. The tuning that Metallica employs in "Sad But True" is called D standard. What that tuning calls for is for you to tune every string on your guitar down one whole step. So the tuning will now be D G C F A D. This low tuning is a huge aspect in creating the deep grooving sound of "Sad But True". The riff itself uses a combination of thick palm muted power chords and open string pull-offs. It is actually rather simple to play once you get it under your fingers. The most important aspect in mastering this riff is to make sure you lock into the groove. The feel of the riff is just as important as the notes, especially with a slow power groove feel like "Sad But True" has. If you guys want to learn the rest of the song please let me know by making sure this video gets 600 "likes" on YouTube. After it hits that goal I will be back here teaching the entire song, solos included! So I will see you guys back here very soon I hope teaching the full song. Until then I hope you enjoy playing this killer power groove riff from the one and only Metallica! Carl...
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Creeping Death Guitar Lesson - Metallica - Intro
 
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Subscribe for new songs every week! https://goo.gl/L7cTLq Check out my theory and technique channel! https://goo.gl/L9eY76 Take Lessons With Me! https://goo.gl/G6bdPJ Follow GuitarLessons365 on Twitter! https://twitter.com/guitarlessonscb Please help support my lessons on Patreon. http://www.patreon.com/guitarlessons365 Click here for my Metallica playlist featuring ALL of my Metallica song lessons! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOBqO_KghqI7qp1N_tDJ46zmWlSHUtbc8 In this guitar lesson I will demonstrate how to play the epic intro to "Creeping Death" by Metallica. Now I don't plan on only teaching this part of the song. I will definitely be finishing the whole thing note-for-note. I just always gauge which songs to finish first based of the support they get. So if you wanna see the rest of these lessons let me know! The song starts with some epic metal stylings creating a huge a suspenseful sound. Over that part we have some harmony guitar lines start to "creep" in. Hehe... I will show you the bottom harmony part in this video lesson. From there we will play a short power chord sequence that sets up the main rapid down picked riff of the song. Performing this main riff is no easy feat. James Hetfield has always been known as having perhaps the greatest picking hand in all of metal. At least when it comes to fast and tight muted down stokes, which are a staple of most forms of metal guitar. Achieving the speed required to perform this riff up to speed can be quite the challenge. One good thing though is that the riff has and ending that consists of a little legato lick played in the left hand. As short as that little legato lick is, it gives your picking hand a decent enough amount of time to recover before having to perform the fast downstrokes again. It's amazing how such a quick little picking pause can completely change how challenging the riff is to play. The hardest aspect of this fast down stroked muted style found in most metal is when you have to continue to play it for an extended period of time. It is a lot easier to keep your technique together in short bursts. James Hetfield has one of those right hands that would allow him to probably play this riff for 3 hours straight. The reason he can do that is because he keeps his picking hand extremely relaxed. That is the key to mastering this style of rhythm. So have fun with this intro and I hope to be back here soon to finish the entire song for ya! :) Carl..
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Santeria Guitar Solo Lesson - Sublime
 
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Subscribe for new songs every week! https://goo.gl/L7cTLq Check out my theory and technique channel! https://goo.gl/L9eY76 Take Lessons With Me! https://goo.gl/G6bdPJ Follow GuitarLessons365 on Twitter! https://twitter.com/guitarlessonscb Please help support my lessons on Patreon. http://www.patreon.com/guitarlessons365 Click here for my Sublime playlist featuring ALL of my Sublime song lessons! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOBqO_KghqI4p_KSkfriUFfso0Hw15BR7 In this Santeria guitar lesson, I will show you note-for-note how to play Bradley Nowell's killer guitar solo to this now classic song. This solo if full of highly musical yet tricky guitar licks. You will need to dial in a nice clean guitar tone and tune your guitar to standard to follow along. I will go through the solo phrase-by-phrase after my initial full performance. I suggest learning these phrases individually before attempting to put them together into one cohesive musical statement. It starts with Bradley Nowell playing some ascending slide licks into some melodic bends. The groove of this lick and the rest of that solo for that matter is very important. You have to really feel that groove to place all the notes correctly. After that opening phrase, Bradley Nowell launches into a fast series of licks that incorporate a lot of hammer-ons and pull-offs. Each one of them can make for a great repetitive technique exercise, especially the fast ascending chromatic licks. The solo then moves up into the 9th position for a fast and bluesy pentatonic sequence with a some melodic double-stops closing out the solo. All of this makes for a great challenge and if you can put it all together it should make for a nice accomplishment for most players. Have Fun! Carl...
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Sharp Dressed Man Guitar Lesson - ZZ Top - Famous Riffs
 
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Subscribe for new songs every week! https://goo.gl/L7cTLq Check out my theory and technique channel! https://goo.gl/L9eY76 Take Lessons With Me! https://goo.gl/G6bdPJ Follow GuitarLessons365 on Twitter! https://twitter.com/guitarlessonscb Please help support my lessons on Patreon. http://www.patreon.com/guitarlessons365 Click here for my ZZ Top playlist featuring ALL of my ZZ Top song lessons! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOBqO_KghqI6_f7e7hXbefDgQZCsHA6wP In this "Famous Riffs" video guitar lesson we will learn the opening riff to ZZ Top's "Sharp Dressed Man". This Sharp Dressed Man guitar lesson shouldn't present much of a challenge to most players. The main part of the riff uses a couple of double stops that require some quick fret-hand muting but it is still rather simple to play. The main difficulty will be the thumb bass notes and keep the groove going while picking between the thumb bass notes and the double stops. If you aren't used to using your thumb on the 6th string to finger bass notes I think this riff is a great place to stat learning the technique. It's really all about your fret-hand wrist when trying to master those thumb bass notes. Simply bend your wrist up slightly (towards your face) and that will put your thumb in a position over the top of the fretboard that will make it much easier to play notes on the 6th string with your thumb. Have fun tackling this Billy Gibbons classic! Carl..
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Over The Hills And Far Away Guitar Lesson - Led Zeppelin - Famous Riffs
 
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Subscribe for new songs every week! https://goo.gl/L7cTLq Check out my theory and technique channel! https://goo.gl/L9eY76 Take Lessons With Me! https://goo.gl/G6bdPJ Follow GuitarLessons365 on Twitter! https://twitter.com/guitarlessonscb Please help support my lessons on Patreon. http://www.patreon.com/guitarlessons365 Click here for ALL parts of this song in my Led Zeppelin playlist! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOBqO_KghqI694zqeXFsRMDKd3ZoIsACR Today's famous riff is a big one, the classic acoustic opening riff to Led Zeppelin's "Over the Hills and Far Away". With liberal use of hammer-ons and pull-offs and some quick chord strumming the great Jimmy Page created an intro that sets the mood of the song up perfectly for the latter more aggressive full band sections. But the trouble with that is that we have to play all those tricky little hammer-ons or pull-offs on an acoustic guitar, something many guitar players would rather avoid. :) But fret not (pun intended), in this Over The Hills And Far Away Guitar Lesson I will break down all those tricky little guitar parts into an easy to understand pattern. I think learning this riff is a great opportunity for just about every guitarist to strengthen their fret hands while playing a riff that sounds really cool. And if you are playing this riff well it definitely is a head turner. :) I think my favorite playing of Jimmy Page is usually with his acoustic stuff. He seems to be at his best both technically and creatively with an acoustic guitar in his hands. That is very apparent with this opening riff to "Over the Hills and Far Away". But if you would like to learn not only this acoustic intro but the full band electric parts as well just help me get 600 YouTube likes for this video and I will then teach the entire song note-for-note. Sound like a plan? So I will be waiting for all of those likes and in the meantime try to focus on mastering this great acoustic intro to one of Led Zeppelin's greatest songs. Carl..
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Good Times Bad Times Guitar Lesson - Led Zeppelin - All Rhythm Guitar Parts
 
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Subscribe for new songs every week! https://goo.gl/L7cTLq Check out my theory and technique channel! https://goo.gl/L9eY76 Take Lessons With Me! https://goo.gl/G6bdPJ Follow GuitarLessons365 on Twitter! https://twitter.com/guitarlessonscb Please help support my lessons on Patreon. http://www.patreon.com/guitarlessons365 Click here for ALL parts of this song in my Led Zeppelin playlist! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOBqO_KghqI694zqeXFsRMDKd3ZoIsACR In this video lesson we will take a look at the Led Zeppelin classic "Good Times Bad Times". "Good Times Bad Times" was the opening song on Led Zeppelin's debut album in 1969. The main riff that Jimmy Page plays during the verse of the song is actually quite busy and a nice challenge. That riff was actually written by bassist John Paul Jones and contains numerous fast string crossings utilizing primarily 16th notes. In this Good Times Bad Times guitar lesson I will demonstrate how to get that main riff under your fingers quickly, in addition to all the other riffs found in the song. We have quite a bit to challenge us here in "Good Times Bad Times". Besides the first verse riff, will also have chorus chords that use the thumb to finger the bass strings. Also, the second verse has a different riff than the first and it requires you to play some very large and fast shifts. Just break all of the riffs down into sections to help speed up the process of learning them. They aren't very hard to understand, it just may take a bit of repetition to get them completely up to speed. Remember to always practice slow enough to keep it clean. Getting too fast too quickly only produces sloppy playing. If you guys wanna learn the solos, and believe me they are EPIC, just let me know by liking this video lesson on YouTube. After it gets enough likes to where I think there is enough interest I will transcribe the solos in a video lesson. I hope you guys enjoying learning this pretty challenging Led Zeppelin song. I will see you guys back here soon with the solo videos! Carl..
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Cowboys From Hell Guitar Lesson - Pantera - Famous Riffs
 
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Subscribe for new songs every week! https://goo.gl/L7cTLq Check out my theory and technique channel! https://goo.gl/L9eY76 Take Lessons With Me! https://goo.gl/G6bdPJ Follow GuitarLessons365 on Twitter! https://twitter.com/guitarlessonscb Please help support my lessons on Patreon. http://www.patreon.com/guitarlessons365 Click here for my Pantera playlist featuring ALL of my Pantera song lessons! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOBqO_KghqI6nsLlzzQpLxcOuftEuIRqi The opening riff to "Cowboys From Hell" off of Pantera's major league debut is pretty much recognized as Dimebag Darrell's signature riff. It is a perfect example of the "power groove" style that Pantera pretty much invented on it's own. This Cowboys From Hell guitar lesson will cover both of the songs opening riffs including the upper and lower octave versions of it. As with virtually everything played by the great Dimebag Darrell, these riffs are quite difficult to play for even them most experienced guitarist. Take it slow and get the coordination down between the alternate picking and the fret-hand. If you try to play the riffs too fast too soon, it will feel like your hands are just tied into knots. Also, the alternate picking can produce some awkward string crossing. The key here is to make sure your picking hand wrist and forearm stays as relaxed as possible. Practicing with a slow to moderate tempo in the beginning will help you develop that relaxed feel. So I hope you enjoy this Cowboys From Hell guitar lesson. Love live Dimebag!! Carl..
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Drive Guitar Lesson - Incubus
 
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Subscribe for new songs every week! https://goo.gl/L7cTLq Check out my theory and technique channel! https://goo.gl/L9eY76 Take Lessons With Me! https://goo.gl/G6bdPJ Follow GuitarLessons365 on Twitter! https://twitter.com/guitarlessonscb Please help support my lessons on Patreon. http://www.patreon.com/guitarlessons365 In this Drive guitar lesson, I will show you how to play the guitar chords to this mostly acoustic smash hit from Incubus. Released in 2000 off of their Make Yourself album, "Drive" became Incubus' biggest hit earning them Billboard's modern rock single of the year honors. There is some nice chord work in this one that along with the rhythmic pulse, gives "Drive" it's introspective yet flowing character. I am going to keep this lesson to just the acoustic guitar parts since that is the way it is most often played by the band. There is also only two chord progressions to learn for the entire song. The opening chord progression makes up the verse and chorus sections of the song as well. It is based around an open voiced E minor chord that moves into an E minor 9th chord. The differences in hand positions between these two chords will probably produce the greatest challenge of the song. When moving to the Minor 9th chord I suggest moving your fret-hand thumb to a little higher position on the back of the neck top facilitate grabbing that chord shape. From there you will shift down to a pretty standard C major 7th chord followed by a minor 7th interval with each note doubled. The only other section to learn would be the pre-chorus. It is made up of only two repeated chords, the same C major 7th chord from before as well as a A7 chord. This pre-chorus is much easier to play than the main chord progression so you probably won't have much of an issue getting it under you fingers. I hope you guys enjoy learning the fun acoustic smash hit from Incubus! Carl...
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Johnny B. Goode Guitar Lesson - Chuck Berry - Famous Riffs
 
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Subscribe for new songs every week! https://goo.gl/L7cTLq Check out my theory and technique channel! https://goo.gl/L9eY76 Take Lessons With Me! https://goo.gl/G6bdPJ Follow GuitarLessons365 on Twitter! https://twitter.com/guitarlessonscb Please help support my lessons on Patreon. http://www.patreon.com/guitarlessons365 Click here for my Chuck Berry playlist featuring ALL parts to this song! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOBqO_KghqI4Y9Uiva50LwuH-AT2q5iZg The opening riff and solo to "Johnny B. Goode" by Chuck Berry, is perhaps one of the most famous guitar intros in all of rock history. This Johnny B. Goode guitar lesson series will teach you the entire intro, all the chords and main guitar solo to this song which was one of the first great rock guitar songs. The opening riff definitely has it all. We have a bunch of fast double-stops, slides, alternate picked single note lines, palm muting, rapid bends and even a little sweep picking thrown in for good measure. Now that might sound like a lot but don't worry, this Johnny B Goode intro lesson is still great for any intermediate or above level player to learn. I suggest taking your time and learning the entire intro phrase by phrase like it is taught in the video lesson. That will allow your hands to memorize all of those notes that are flying by so fast. In the second video lesson I will demonstrate how to play that classic rock chord progression made so famous by Chuck Berry. These chord forms do require a pretty large stretch so make sure your hands are nice and warmed up before practicing them. Also in this video lesson, I will show you the little fills he does in each chorus. For the third and last video lesson I will demonstrate and note-for-note breakdown of Chuck Berry's killer guitar solo. Just like the intro solo, he uses many different techniques and really raised the bar for rock guitarists at the time it was released. I hope you guys have as much fun learning as I did teaching it! Carl...
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Nutshell Guitar Lesson (Unplugged) Pt.1 - Alice in Chains - Chords and 1st Solo
 
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Subscribe for new songs every week! https://goo.gl/L7cTLq Check out my theory and technique channel! https://goo.gl/L9eY76 Take Lessons With Me! https://goo.gl/G6bdPJ Follow GuitarLessons365 on Twitter! https://twitter.com/guitarlessonscb Please help support my lessons on Patreon. http://www.patreon.com/guitarlessons365 Click here for my Alice in Chains playlist featuring ALL of my Alice in Chains song lessons! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOBqO_KghqI66MSNIyOJWTYl4M-J3PDPY In this acoustic guitar lesson video series, I will show you how to play the MTV Unplugged version of "Nutshell" by Alice In Chains. This Nutshell guitar lesson will cover not only the chords used throughout the song, but both of guitarist Jerry Cantrell's acoustic solos note-for-note. You will need to tune your guitar down one-half step in order to play along with the lesson and the original recording. Those notes are, starting from the 6th string, Eb Ab Db Gb Bb Eb. In the first video, I will demonstrate the chords and rhythms used and Jerry Cantrell's first solo. Probably the trickiest part of mastering this song is the timing of the chord progression. In the video lesson, I will lay out what that timing technically is, but I also stress that it is much easier to simply learn how to feel the rhythm instead of counting it. After you can feel the timing of the chord changes, the chords themselves are very simple. It is simply the case of listening to it a lot to internalize the sound. Also, in the first video will be Jerry Cantrell's first guitar solo. Remember this is the Unplugged version of this song so the solos are played on acoustic guitar. This solo is very melodic containing arpeggios and single note melodies. It really works well over the underlying chord progression. In the second video lesson I will tackle Jerry Cantrell's second solo that ends the song. This solo is very similar in style to the first except that it is a lot more extended which gives Cantrell a little more time to spread his wings and play some very nice acoustic soloing lines. Lots of fun to play! Even though Alice In Chains never released "Nutshell" as a single, it has nonetheless become one of their most beloved songs. I hope this guitar lesson series will help you get it under your fingers quickly and easily! Carl...
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Bohemian Rhapsody Solo Lesson - Queen - Famous Solos
 
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Subscribe for new songs every week! https://goo.gl/L7cTLq Check out my theory and technique channel! https://goo.gl/L9eY76 Take Lessons With Me! https://goo.gl/G6bdPJ Follow GuitarLessons365 on Twitter! https://twitter.com/guitarlessonscb Please help support my lessons on Patreon. http://www.patreon.com/guitarlessons365 Click here for my Queen playlist featuring ALL of my song lessons from Queen! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOBqO_KghqI5Ci1UNnz6_i6x9zPOlX_na Well I guess I can't have a famous guitar solos section of GL365 without including the legendary solo in Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody". Brian May composed one of the most melodic and memorable solos in classic rock history for Bohemian Rhapsody. The song is so epic in itself that I am sure he was thinking that nothing but the best would do, and he certainly delivered. Technically, this Bohemian Rhapsody guitar lesson does present a few challenges to us guitarists. First off, there are some tricky pre-bends in there that are essential to the correct phrasing of the solo. In addition to that there are a couple fast runs to deal with. Now if you follow along with the video lesson you will see that the fast runs are simply the same patterns repeated so they shouldn't take to long to grasp. But those pre-bends will definitely need some special attention in order to do them right. Brian May is one of the few guitarist to come along that has an instantly recognizable sound and style. His solo for Bohemian Rhapsody is considered by many to be his greatest work. Therefore, it is essential for virtually every guitarist to take a little time studying this masterpiece. There are many things to learn no matter what style of guitar playing you prefer. Now Scaramusch!! Actually, I have no idea what that means...
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Thunderstruck Guitar Lesson Pt.1 - AC/DC - Intro
 
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Subscribe for new songs every week! https://goo.gl/L7cTLq Check out my theory and technique channel! https://goo.gl/L9eY76 Take Lessons With Me! https://goo.gl/G6bdPJ Follow GuitarLessons365 on Twitter! https://twitter.com/guitarlessonscb Please help support my lessons on Patreon. http://www.patreon.com/guitarlessons365 Click here for ALL parts to this song in my AC/DC playlist! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOBqO_KghqI4SJodgFfbx4ZPx9tU2P0Zv These Thunderstruck Guitar Lesson Videos will take you step by step through AC/DC's classic from their Razor's Edge album. It features some tricky guitar work by Angus Young in the intro, and that intro is instantly recognizable all over the world. The Thunderstruck Guitar Lesson Videos will clear up all confusion about exactly how Angus Young plays the intro in "Thunderstruck". You will be playing this classic lick in no time! Every note of this hard hitting track is dissected in these video guitar lessons including all the rhythm guitar parts and solo. This one is definitely a show stopper so sit down and get to work! Good luck!! :D Please support all the time, money, effort, blood, sweat and tears it requires to bring you all of these free video lessons by supporting the site as a Premium subscriber or by making a donation. Your support will help keep GuitarLessons365 the best resource of it's kind on the internet. Thanks! Carl..
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How to Play What I Got - Sublime
 
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Subscribe for new songs every week! https://goo.gl/L7cTLq Check out my theory and technique channel! https://goo.gl/L9eY76 Take Lessons With Me! https://goo.gl/G6bdPJ Follow GuitarLessons365 on Twitter! https://twitter.com/guitarlessonscb Please help support my lessons on Patreon. http://www.patreon.com/guitarlessons365 Click here for my Sublime playlist featuring ALL of my Sublime song lessons! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOBqO_KghqI4p_KSkfriUFfso0Hw15BR7 I have a nice quick little acoustic lesson for you today teaching you how to play "What I Got" by Sublime in it's entirety. You might be surprised to find out that such a popular acoustic guitar hit is comprised of only two simple chords. Yep that's it, you simply play those two chords with a convincing arpeggiated guitar picking style and you have it nailed. Keep in mind when learning how to play What I Got, that the picking doesn't stay consistent throughout. It is more of a "style" of picking you are trying to recreate here instead the exact patterns every time which would be very difficult to do. So I just suggest playing it like they themselves did, with a random arpeggiated picking style. I do demonstrate a few hammer-ons that happen within those two chords. Doing those will help break up the monotony of the constant two chord progression. Now besides those two chords we do have a couple of guitar solos within the song. The great thing here is that both of them are identical so you will only have to learn it once. :) The solo is very short but fits the musical mood perfectly with slight blues inflected bends, double-stops and a little bit of legato. I will break the solo down phrase by phrase in the video lesson so you will have it memorized in no time at all. I think this song is great for the entry level guitarist. The chords are simple and the solo doesn't do anything too flashy. If you have never done any guitar soloing before and choose this one to be your first, it will be a nice challenge, but shouldn't overwhelm either. So have fun with this classic Sublime song. It isn't very often I can do a video lesson teaching a complete song and solo in just a few minutes time. Hope you enjoy this easy one today. Carl...
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Day Tripper Guitar Lesson - Famous Riffs - The Beatles
 
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Subscribe for new songs every week! https://goo.gl/L7cTLq Check out my theory and technique channel! https://goo.gl/L9eY76 Take Lessons With Me! https://goo.gl/G6bdPJ Follow GuitarLessons365 on Twitter! https://twitter.com/guitarlessonscb Please help support my lessons on Patreon. http://www.patreon.com/guitarlessons365 Click here for my Beatles playlist featuring ALL of my song lessons from The Beatles! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOBqO_KghqI477WzEQdl0MX_Ojk2uqF9e In this installment of the famous guitar riffs series, we will take a look at one of The Beatles' most iconic guitar riffs, the main riff to "Day Tripper". Day Tripper was recorded during the Rubber Soul sessions and is credited as a Lennon/McCartney composition. However, John Lennon is the main writer for Day tripper and the one who penned the memorable guitar riff we will tackle in this video lesson. This Day Tripper guitar lesson is pretty accessible to every level of guitar player. There is a quick guitar roll in the middle of the riff which may prove to be a challenge to a beginner, but with a little practice it should come along quite easily. Day Tripper starts out as a blues in E including the riff we are covering in this lesson. The guitar riff is played over E for the intro but does have one section of it where it is played over the IV chord (A7) during the verse. The great thing about this is when the riff is played over the IV chord (A7), all we have to do is simply move the whole riff over one string. Other than that nothing changes in how it is fingered or anything. So enjoy this short but sweet Day Tripper guitar lesson! Carl..
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Wish You Were Here Guitar Lesson Pt.1 - Pink Floyd - Intro & Chords
 
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*If you are trying to view this from any U.S. territory or others Youtube may have it blocked. I'm very sorry for this and I hope it changes soon... Subscribe for new songs every week! https://goo.gl/L7cTLq Check out my theory and technique channel! https://goo.gl/L9eY76 Take Lessons With Me! https://goo.gl/G6bdPJ Follow GuitarLessons365 on Twitter! https://twitter.com/guitarlessonscb Please help support my lessons on Patreon. http://www.patreon.com/guitarlessons365 Click here for ALL parts to this song in my Pink Floyd playlist! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOBqO_KghqI7xFxAlEYq1MnOU45enKqfh In this Wish You Were Here guitar lesson we are gonna break down all of the classic guitar parts performed by David Gilmour on this classic Pink Floyd song. Wish You Were Here is widely considered one of the greatest acoustic classic rock songs of all time and with good reason. It starts off with an instantly identifiable guitar riff originally played on a 12-string acoustic guitar recorded to sound like it is being played through a cheap car stereo. From there Wish You Were Here develops into a song containing arpeggiated picking, chord strums, and a bunch of acoustic guitar soloing. In this Wish You Were Here guitar lesson I will show you not only the intro solo, but also the pedal steel guitar solo heard later in the tune. However, I will arrange this solo so you can play it just fine on a standard tuned acoustic guitar. I will also tackle all the soloing David Gilmour does towards the end of the song while he is scat singing. Overall, I think learning this classic Pink Floyd song will really help develop those acoustic soloing chops. It will certainly gets those calluses in shape. Have fun guys! Carl..
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Highway To Hell Guitar Lesson Pt.1 - AC/DC - All Riffs
 
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Subscribe for new songs every week! https://goo.gl/L7cTLq Check out my theory and technique channel! https://goo.gl/L9eY76 Take Lessons With Me! https://goo.gl/G6bdPJ Follow GuitarLessons365 on Twitter! https://twitter.com/guitarlessonscb Please help support my lessons on Patreon. http://www.patreon.com/guitarlessons365 Click here for ALL parts to this song in my AC/DC playlist! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOBqO_KghqI4SJodgFfbx4ZPx9tU2P0Zv In these video guitar lessons we will take a look at AC/DC's timeless classic "Highway to Hell" in it's entirety note-for-note. The first video covers all of the riffs in the song. As far as AC/DC goes, you will probably consider "Highway to Hell" to be one of the easier songs of theirs to play when it comes to the rhythm guitar parts. The way I am fingering the opening chords in the video lesson might feel a bit awkward at first, but in this Highway to Hell guitar lesson series I wanted to show you exactly how Angus Young plays it himself. The chorus consists of big open chords played in a tight rhythm. Make sure you focus on being very precise with the last two chords in the progression because those changes need to sound very tight. The second video lesson will demonstrate how to play the guitar solo. The guitar solo for "Highway to Hell" contains mostly blues based licks with not a lot of guitar pyrotechnics going on. Angus Young usually throws a few fast licks into his solos but he chose to lay back a bit with this one and just play blues based licks that compliment the song well. Don't think that the guitar solo is easy though, because it certainly isn't. There are a lot of bends to contend with and your calluses are going to get a good workout when practicing it. The main thing to mastering the solo is to not only practice it phrase by phrase, but to also pay close attention to the way the solo licks fit into the groove of the song. Focusing on the rhythmic element of the solo will help you lock into the groove better and memorize all the licks with ease. Angus Young's soloing style is a bit different than the average blues based player. His solos are almost always composed compositions that contain a lot of melodic ideas that compliment the song well. This type of soloing style is not only very musical, but it also aids in memorizing all the licks since they are pretty much singable throughout. All in all, the solo that Angus Young created for "Highway to Hell" is a great one to study if you want to learn to craft a highly musical and melodic solo statement even if it is just over a few basic chords. Have fun guys! Carl...
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David Bowie - Let's Dance Guitar Lesson - Chords/Rhythms
 
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Subscribe for new songs every week! https://goo.gl/L7cTLq Check out my theory and technique channel! https://goo.gl/L9eY76 Take Lessons With Me! https://goo.gl/G6bdPJ Follow GuitarLessons365 on Twitter! https://twitter.com/guitarlessonscb Please help support my lessons on Patreon. http://www.patreon.com/guitarlessons365 Click here to check out my David Bowie playlist, featuring ALL of my song lessons from David Bowie! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOBqO_KghqI71LpXE2tGDf4zGFggWN5ZY In this Let's Dance guitar lesson video, I will show you how to play all the chords found in this smash hit by David Bowie. There are some really cool chord voicings in this one. The rhythm guitar parts of "Let's Dance" were written and performed by Nile Rodgers. He took the original idea that David Bowie had for the song and turned it into a very unique and instantly recognizable guitar part. On the album version of "Let's Dance", you will also hear multiple extended guitar solos played by the incredible Stevie Ray Vaughan. The single version only contains a couple of guitar of his guitar licks. I have focused on just the rhythm guitar work in this lesson since I feel not only is it very unique, but that it will quickly allow you to play along with the more well known single version of the song. "Let's Dance" is in the very uncommon guitar key of Bb minor. That was used in order to make the music less resonant and a bit brighter sounding for the tight delay effect drenched chord voicings. "Let's Dance" starts with a Eb7 chord that gradually builds ala The Beatles. From there Nile Rodgers launches into the classic riff that we all know and love. That riff contains some of the most uncommon chords voicings that you will ever find in a hit pop song. There is also a liberal amount of delay added to the riff. Nile Rodgers actually plays a minimal right hand rhythm and the delays create the rest of the sound. I will show you exactly what he plays and another way to play the rhythm in order to closely match the sound of the delays if you don't have you own audio engineer following you around in order to lock these delays into your playing. :) This main riff is also a great left hand muting exercise. Take your time when trying to get this riff down at first. It will really help you lock into a funk style riff no matter what song you are playing. The pre-chorus uses a more laid back feel and common major, minor and dominant 7th chord forms. However, musically it is probably the most beautiful part of the song. At least to me. :) I hope you guys enjoy learning this fantastic guitar driven song from the immortal David Bowie! Carl...
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Battery Guitar Lesson - Metallica - Main Riff
 
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Subscribe for new songs every week! https://goo.gl/L7cTLq Check out my theory and technique channel! https://goo.gl/L9eY76 Take Lessons With Me! https://goo.gl/G6bdPJ Follow GuitarLessons365 on Twitter! https://twitter.com/guitarlessonscb Please help support my lessons on Patreon. http://www.patreon.com/guitarlessons365 Click here for my Metallica playlist featuring ALL of my Metallica song lessons! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOBqO_KghqI7qp1N_tDJ46zmWlSHUtbc8 In this guitar lesson we will take an in depth look at the main riff to Metallica's "Battery". As always, this Battery guitar lesson is just going to focus on the main riff to this much loved Metallica classic, but I will complete the entire whenever I hear from enough of you guys that you really want to finish it. So until the note-for-note lessons for the whole song are here, lets take a quick at this main riff. This riff will challenge just about every metal and rock guitarist. It requires a machine gun like picking hand technique along with extremely quick left hand shifts. Just as I demonstrate in the video lesson, I think it is best to get the picking hand pattern down first before attempting to put it all together with the fretting hand. Pay close attention to the portion of the lesson where I demonstrate the picking pattern. Then, practice that for a few days until you can play it pretty much up to speed on just one string before adding the fret hand. Then when you put everything together, practice each section of the riff separately like I teach it in the lesson. That will assure that you can get everything together without getting sloppy. Try to keep the palm muting tight and the rhythms very precise. Also, focus on keeping your picking hand wrist and forearm very relaxed. Keeping the picking hand tension at the smallest amount possible will help you get everything up to speed while making sure your technique stays solid. So enjoy learning this very challenging riff and I hope to be back here soon teaching the entire song for ya! Carl...
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Layla Guitar Lesson - Derek and the Dominos - Eric Clapton - Famous Riffs
 
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Subscribe for new songs every week! https://goo.gl/L7cTLq Check out my theory and technique channel! https://goo.gl/L9eY76 Take Lessons With Me! https://goo.gl/G6bdPJ Follow GuitarLessons365 on Twitter! https://twitter.com/guitarlessonscb Please help support my lessons on Patreon. http://www.patreon.com/guitarlessons365 Click here for my Eric Clapton playlist featuring ALL of my Eric Clapton song lessons! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOBqO_KghqI6INOiGG1-1ry5Ooc_Ih5iG Today's famous riff comes from a relatively obscure guitarist named Eric Clapton when he was in a band called Derek and the Dominos. Even though you have probably never heard of him, I think his signature riff that opens his song Layla is one that every guitarist must know. :D All joking aside, the intro to Layla by the imitable Eric Clapton provides an excellent exercise in legato, quick chord shifts, bending and vibrato. You really have to work on the proper vibrato and bending technique to make the upper octave melody sing. But because this is such a great song, working on it should be quite pleasurable to the ear throughout. :) This Layla guitar lesson video starts with the famous opening riff in the lower octave. There are lots of moving parts to this riff so be sure to follow along with the video closely to see how to accurately play all of them. After that we move to the upper octave riff section that is instantly recognizable and I personally never get tired of playing it. Pay close attention to the timing of the hammer-ons and pull-offs since doing those too fast can throw off the rhythm. Then of course there is the responsibility of keeping all the bends in tune while still applying a nice vibrato to the notes. All in all there are a few parts of this Layla guitar lesson that will challenge most players. But that is a good thing right? We are all here to get better and what better way than playing what is one of the greatest guitar based songs of all time. :) Carl..
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Ain't Talkin' 'Bout Love Guitar Lesson - Van Halen - Famous Riffs
 
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Subscribe for new songs every week! https://goo.gl/L7cTLq Check out my theory and technique channel! https://goo.gl/L9eY76 Take Lessons With Me! https://goo.gl/G6bdPJ Follow GuitarLessons365 on Twitter! https://twitter.com/guitarlessonscb Please help support my lessons on Patreon. http://www.patreon.com/guitarlessons365 Click here for ALL of my Van Halen song lessons in my Van Halen playlist! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOBqO_KghqI4VelgESyKYf6Mt3GMjBqp0 In this famous guitar riffs lesson we are going to take a look at one of the most identifiable songs from Van Halen's debut album "Ain't Talkin' 'Bout Love". The opening guitar riff uses heavily muted arpeggiated picking drenched in the phaser/flange effect that would soon become a Van Halen signature sound. Be sure to follow along with the picking indications in the video lesson. That will make the intricate guitar intro become a lot easier. After that we take a quick look at the chorus riff. It was simple enough I though I would just throw it in. ;) All in all this Ain't Talkin' 'Bout Love guitar lesson is probably one of the most accessible of the entire Van Halen catalog. The main riff may be kinda tricky at first but after a small amount of practice I am sure that just about any level of guitar player can get it up to speed. Have fun! Carl... Please support all the time, money, effort, blood, sweat and tears it requires to bring you all of these free video lessons by supporting the site as a Premium subscriber or by making a donation. Your support will help keep GuitarLessons365 the best resource of it's kind on the internet. Thanks! Carl
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Down In A Hole Unplugged Guitar Lesson - Alice in Chains
 
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Subscribe for new songs every week! https://goo.gl/L7cTLq Check out my theory and technique channel! https://goo.gl/L9eY76 Take Lessons With Me! https://goo.gl/G6bdPJ Follow GuitarLessons365 on Twitter! https://twitter.com/guitarlessonscb Please help support my lessons on Patreon. http://www.patreon.com/guitarlessons365 Click here for my Alice in Chains playlist featuring ALL of my Alice in Chains song lessons! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOBqO_KghqI66MSNIyOJWTYl4M-J3PDPY In this lesson we are going to take an in depth look at how to play the unplugged version of "Down In A Hole" by Alice In Chains. This stripped down version of this great 90's hard rock classic, is simple yet very effective. In this Down In A Hole unplugged guitar lesson I will show you a nice version to play of this great song that works well on just one acoustic guitar. On the original live recording, Alice In Chains had a second guitarist helping them fill out the more intimate acoustic setting, but you won't need him here! The intro is based around 3 simple chords and is the only time in the song that guitarist Jerry Cantrell uses fingerpicking to create the melodic material within those chords. As the band comes in we continue to play the same three chords in a arpeggiated picking style. The picking here is pretty random so it is more about recreating the sound and the style instead of learning everything note-for-note. The chorus gets a little bit more adventurous using a melody over drone a note-for-note, arpeggio picking and power chords. This song doesn't use and barre chords and includes a few different simple techniques. Because of this I think it would be a great study for the beginning guitarist. There is nothing here that will challenge you very much. All around a great song that is very accessible. Have fun! Carl...
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Fade To Black Guitar Lesson Pt.1 - Metallica - Intro & Verse
 
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Take Lessons With Me! https://goo.gl/G6bdPJ Follow GuitarLessons365 on Twitter! https://twitter.com/guitarlessonscb Please help support my lessons on Patreon. http://www.patreon.com/guitarlessons365 Click here for my Metallica playlist featuring ALL of my Metallica song lessons! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOBqO_KghqI7qp1N_tDJ46zmWlSHUtbc8 With this Fade To Black guitar lesson series we are gonna tackle one of my favorite Metallica songs in it's entirety. Fade To Black has lots of interesting guitar parts to dig our teeth into including arpeggiated picking, fast palm muted rhythms, single note triplet sequences and fast repetitive legato licks and more! In this Fade To Black guitar lesson series of videos I will take you through all of those cool guitar parts throughout 4 video lessons. Take your time with some of the solo sections. For any fast guitar line you can usually isolate it and create a little repetitive exercise out of it that will help your hands get it down faster. In fact, that is pretty much what you should do with any technical hurdle that you may come across on the guitar. Fade To Black is an absolute classic by Metallica off of their incredible Ride The Lightning album. I listened to this album almost constantly when I was a teen and this track always held a special place with me. I hope you enjoy it as well. Good Luck! Carl.. Please support all the time, money, effort, blood, sweat and tears it requires to bring you all of these free video lessons by supporting the site as a Premium subscriber or by making a donation. Your support will help keep GuitarLessons365 the best resource of it's kind on the internet. Thanks! Carl..
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Harvester of Sorrow Guitar Lesson - Metallica - Intro
 
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Subscribe for new songs every week! https://goo.gl/L7cTLq Check out my theory and technique channel! https://goo.gl/L9eY76 Take Lessons With Me! https://goo.gl/G6bdPJ Follow GuitarLessons365 on Twitter! https://twitter.com/guitarlessonscb Please help support my lessons on Patreon. http://www.patreon.com/guitarlessons365 Click here for my Metallica playlist featuring ALL of my Metallica song lessons! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOBqO_KghqI7qp1N_tDJ46zmWlSHUtbc8 In this lesson we will take a look at one of my personal favorite Metallica songs "Harvester of Sorrow". This Harvester of Sorrow guitar lesson will focus primarily on the intro of the song for now, but as soon as enough people let me know they want to see the rest of song done in my note-for-note lesson style, I will get those lessons up here very soon. "Harvester of Sorrow" seems to me to be in the "Sad But True" style of things with is persistent slow grooves that are almost hypnotic. On a technical level there isn't anything that is very hard to play here. The quick opening power chords may be the only part you may need to work up to speed. There is also a clean guitar part in the intro, but it is just the same thing as the main riff we cover in this tutorial albeit with a clean tone instead of a heavy distorted and palm muted one. Speaking of the palm muting, it is essential that you have just the right amount of palm muting pressure applied during this into in order to make all of the notes pop-out and not sound mushy. Don't use too much weight with the palm muting. All little goes a long way. So I hope you guys enjoy this classic Metallica riff that was quite unique for it's time. I will be back here soon with some tutorials teaching the complete song. :) Carl...
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Street Spirit (Fade Out) Guitar Lesson - Radiohead
 
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Subscribe for new songs every week! https://goo.gl/L7cTLq Check out my theory and technique channel! https://goo.gl/L9eY76 Take Lessons With Me! https://goo.gl/G6bdPJ Follow GuitarLessons365 on Twitter! https://twitter.com/guitarlessonscb Please help support my lessons on Patreon. http://www.patreon.com/guitarlessons365 Click here for my Radiohead playlist featuring ALL of my Radiohead song lessons! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOBqO_KghqI424yTATUoibMxiKIuf1mtY Today I thought it would be fun to teach you guys one of my favorite songs by one of my favorite bands. Street Spirit (Fade Out) by Radiohead has this dark and ominous vibe about it propelled by a haunting yet challenging arpeggiated picking pattern throughout. The whole song is based around just three chords (Am, Em & C), but with the added melody lines and quick arpeggiated picking pattern it sounds much more complex than that. The nice thing about this Street Spirit (Fade Out) guitar lesson is that the picking pattern that we will be learning stays the exact same throughout the entire song. As soon as you get it down it is simply a process of repeating the pattern over and over again around those three chords I mentioned earlier. I think this is one of those songs that sounds great even without the vocals. It really is a very beautiful guitar part when played on its own. Be sure to pay attention to the picking indications for the picking pattern that I demonstrate at the beginning of the lesson. Remember, the idea with this style of picking is to always be picking in the direction of the next string that you are going to be playing. This will make everything much easier to play in the long run than if you just decided to alternate pick the entire thing. Hope you guys enjoy this beautiful yet challenging Radiohead lesson! Carl...
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Welcome Home (Sanitarium) Guitar Lesson - Metallica - First Solo
 
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Subscribe for new songs every week! https://goo.gl/L7cTLq Check out my theory and technique channel! https://goo.gl/L9eY76 Take Lessons With Me! https://goo.gl/G6bdPJ Follow GuitarLessons365 on Twitter! https://twitter.com/guitarlessonscb Please help support my lessons on Patreon. http://www.patreon.com/guitarlessons365 Click here for my Metallica playlist featuring ALL of my Metallica song lessons! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOBqO_KghqI7qp1N_tDJ46zmWlSHUtbc8 For this solo lesson we are going to tackle the intro solo to the epic "Welcome Home (Sanitarium)" by Metallica. Being one of the standout tracks from the incredible Master of Puppets album, this intro solo helps create the ominous vibe used throughout most of the song. Technically I would put this Welcome Home Sanitarium guitar solo lesson at an intermediate level. There aren't many fast runs, just a lot of melodic guitar lines that complement the underlying chord progression quite nicely. In this Welcome Home Sanitarium guitar solo lesson I will demonstrate exactly how Kirk Hammett plays this masterful solo. The actual fingerings and positions he uses mean a lot here in order to get the tone right. I would say the most technically demanding part of this solo is the quick A min arpeggio just towards the end of the solo. Kirk Hammett uses a finger roll here and a down down down up picking pattern in order to play those four notes so quickly yet still have each note sound clearly. Keep in mind this isn't a sweep, but literally three separate downstrokes. Playing the same type of stroke in the same direction across adjacent strings can be done quite fast after you get used to it. Just be sure to keep your picking hand wrist nice as loose. :) OK get to work! Carl..
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What Would You Say Guitar Lesson - Dave Matthews Band - Famous Riffs
 
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Subscribe for new songs every week! https://goo.gl/L7cTLq Check out my theory and technique channel! https://goo.gl/L9eY76 Take Lessons With Me! https://goo.gl/G6bdPJ Follow GuitarLessons365 on Twitter! https://twitter.com/guitarlessonscb Please help support my lessons on Patreon. http://www.patreon.com/guitarlessons365 Today's "famous riff" is the funky main guitar riff to "What Would You Say" by the Dave Matthews Band. This What Would You Say guitar lesson will break down this intricate groove based riff phrase by phrase. On a technical level I would put this riff at about an intermediate level. It does move around at a fairly quick tempo but is also very repetitive. My suggestion is to take your time and learn the riff in pieces like it is taught in the lesson video. After you can put it all together, it is then time to start working on the funky feel. The feel itself is more difficult to recreate at slower tempos so you will notice that as you can play the riff more quickly the original funky groove of the riff will start to emerge and become more easy to do consistently. If you enjoy learning this main riff be sure to "like" this lesson video on YouTube. If it gets 600 YouTube likes I will then teach the entire song including the cool jam section in the middle. So have fun with this tricky little riff from the Dave Matthews Band. I will see you guys back here with the full song once those "likes" are in! Carl...
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Heartbreaker Guitar Lesson - Famous Riffs - Led Zeppelin
 
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Subscribe for new songs every week! https://goo.gl/L7cTLq Check out my theory and technique channel! https://goo.gl/L9eY76 Take Lessons With Me! https://goo.gl/G6bdPJ Follow GuitarLessons365 on Twitter! https://twitter.com/guitarlessonscb Please help support my lessons on Patreon. http://www.patreon.com/guitarlessons365 Click here for ALL of my Led Zeppelin song lessons in my Led Zeppelin playlist! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOBqO_KghqI694zqeXFsRMDKd3ZoIsACR The guitar riff that opens Heartbreaker from Led Zeppelin II is instantly recognizable by virtually every rock guitarist. It is a cool example of using the blues scale to create a driving hard rock riff. Technically Jimmy Page's Heartbreaker guitar riff is pretty straightforward. It isn't overly fast or contain any awkward techniques. The one thing you will want to concentrate on when trying to master the Heartbreaker guitar riff is the feel. Then most confusing thing to most guitarists is the fact that the intro guitar riff doesn't start on the one. I explain in the video lesson how to think about this so that it won't confuse you very much. Other than that I think most guitar players will be able to grasp this classic guitar riff pretty quickly. :) Enjoy! Carl..
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Where Did You Sleep Last Night Guitar Lesson - Nirvana
 
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Subscribe for new songs every week! https://goo.gl/L7cTLq Check out my theory and technique channel! https://goo.gl/L9eY76 Take Lessons With Me! https://goo.gl/G6bdPJ Follow GuitarLessons365 on Twitter! https://twitter.com/guitarlessonscb Please help support my lessons on Patreon. http://www.patreon.com/guitarlessons365 Click here for my Nirvana playlist featuring ALL of my Nirvana song lessons! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOBqO_KghqI5x4h5pe168n_sjfeLql_ZI In this acoustic guitar lesson, I am going to show you how to play all the chords to Nirvana's cover of Lead Belly's classic "Where Did You Sleep Last Night" as played on their MTV Unplugged performance. Kurt Cobain keeps the guitar chords very simple throughout the entire song in order to let the powerful vocal performance and lyrics take center stage. This has become one of their most popular tracks off their MTV Unplugged album. You will need to tune your guitar down one half-step to Eb Ab Db Gb Bb Eb in order to follow along with this lesson and the original recording. The intro introduces the 4 chord progression used for 95% of the song with the addition of a quick little guitar lick thrown in there to make it a bit more interesting when there are no vocals. This short little lick can be challenging to the entry level player since it requires you to go from slow strumming to fast single notes very quickly. I suggest isolating that chord change with the 3 fast notes in between them in order to help master it quicker. After the vocals come in, it is pretty smooth sailing for the rest of the song with no really challenging parts. In fact, Kurt Cobain simply repeats the same 4 chords, albeit some times quietly and some times very aggressively for the rest of the song with one exception. The only time those 4 chords are stopped is when the music stops towards the end of the song. When the music comes back in Kurt Cobain strums an Esus4 chord for 4 bars before going back to the familiar 4 chord progression. This chord is very easy to play so it shouldn't throw any real challenges your way unless you are a total beginner. :) Have fun! Carl...
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Johnny Cash - Hurt Guitar Lesson - Acoustic
 
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Subscribe for new songs every week! https://goo.gl/L7cTLq Check out my theory and technique channel! https://goo.gl/L9eY76 Take Lessons With Me! https://goo.gl/G6bdPJ Follow GuitarLessons365 on Twitter! https://twitter.com/guitarlessonscb Please help support my lessons on Patreon. http://www.patreon.com/guitarlessons365 In this video lesson we will take a look at Johnny Cash's version of the beautiful and haunting "Hurt". Originally written by Trent Reznor and released on Nine Inch Nails' 1994 album The Downward Spiral, Johnny Cash's 2002 cover of the song has now become more well known than the original. Johnny Cash simply stripped the entire original recording down to it's dark and stark basics in order to more closely relate it to his own life condition at the time of recording. Johnny Cash was nearing the end of his life and in extremely frail health. If you watch the video for his version of "Hurt", you can see that is readily apparent. By the way, the video is incredible and was rated the greatest music video of all time by the NME. You should definitely check it out. :) This stripped down version is acoustic based with mostly acoustic guitar and piano. In this Hurt guitar lesson video I will show you how to play all of those acoustic guitar parts and in the pre-chorus and chorus I will combine the piano and guitar layers into one easy to play part. The opening of the song acts as the verse throughout. It consists of some simple arpeggiated picking around three basic chords. From there we reach the pre-chorus where once again things remain pretty basic. The strumming pattern is very simple and the only difficulty you may have with my arrangement is that I use my thumb to play a note of the 6th string in both the pre-chorus and chorus. However, it isn't required for you to do the same, simply leave the thumb off and it will sound fine. I like using the thumb there since it creates a much fuller sound for that chord. So there isn't much more to talk about from a technical standpoint in this Hurt guitar lesson video. It is a basic song that has a very dramatic and soul searching purpose and does so in an extremely moving fashion. It is suitable for players beginner to advanced. I hope my lesson does this incredible song justice! :) Carl..
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How to play Immigrant Song - Led Zeppelin
 
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Subscribe for new songs every week! https://goo.gl/L7cTLq Check out my theory and technique channel! https://goo.gl/L9eY76 Take Lessons With Me! https://goo.gl/G6bdPJ Follow GuitarLessons365 on Twitter! https://twitter.com/guitarlessonscb Please help support my lessons on Patreon. http://www.patreon.com/guitarlessons365 Click here for ALL of my Led Zeppelin song lessons in my Led Zeppelin playlist! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOBqO_KghqI694zqeXFsRMDKd3ZoIsACR The "Immigrant Song" first appeared on Led Zeppelin's 1970 album Led Zeppelin III. It was also released as a single and charted in several countries. It is another fine example of Led Zeppelin completely reinventing itself over and over again. There really was nothing that sounded like "Immigrant Song" when it was released. Most of track is built off of Jimmy Page's iconic staccato driven guitar riff. This riff gives the entire song quite a lot of energy. Pay close attention to the picking pattern I demonstrate for this opening riff in the video lesson. It is essential to get a consistent technique when performing the main riff in order for it not to sound erratic. The way the riff is performed, a lot of guitarists fall victim to just trying to wing it, which causes them to pick the riff differently every time they play it. That obviously won't build very good consistency both in sound and technique. Even if the picking pattern that I will demonstrate feels a bit awkward at first, keep sticking with it. You will notice as the riff is sped up and repeated that the picking pattern that I demonstrate is actually quite natural feeling and will give you a very consistent sound. It is also essential to have the proper amount of palm muting with this riff to help the notes pop-out better. From there we have a few basic chords that revolve around the main riff. Nothing very challenging with them though. The end of the track does require you to play the main riff while constantly doing quick chord stabs on an C9 chord. I will demonstrate the timing of that part as well towards the end of the video lesson. So have fun learning this classic Led Zeppelin song and make sure you keep that riff tight! It also makes an excellent picking exercise!! Carl...
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Money For Nothing Guitar Lesson - Dire Straits - Famous Riffs
 
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Subscribe for new songs every week! https://goo.gl/L7cTLq Check out my theory and technique channel! https://goo.gl/L9eY76 Take Lessons With Me! https://goo.gl/G6bdPJ Follow GuitarLessons365 on Twitter! https://twitter.com/guitarlessonscb Please help support my lessons on Patreon. http://www.patreon.com/guitarlessons365 Click here for my Dire Straits playlist featuring ALL of my Dire Straits song lessons! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOBqO_KghqI5xstZHAEye3_MPnyAa2258 The opening guitar riff to Dire Straits' Grammy award winning number one smash hit "Money For Nothing" is probably the most recognized guitar riff of the 80's except for maybe the intro to "Sweet Child O' Mine". Adding to this riff is the guitar sound in which guitarist/singer Mark Knopfler apparently tried to emulate Billy Gibbons' of ZZ Top guitar sound. That combined with a unique fingerstyle approach makes this riff one of the more unique guitar riffs you will ever learn. This Money for Nothing guitar lesson video will demonstrate how Mark Knopfler plays all those little two note chords and harmonics. The riff is actually kinda intricate and may take some time to fully grasp. Getting the right guitar tone is obviously essential to making this guitar riff sound right. I will be doing a guitar tone lesson to show you how to get that "Money For Nothing" guitar tone within a week or so. :) If you aren't very adept at playing fingerstyle, you may want to try hybrid picking the riff. But I do suggest trying to play it like Mark Knopfler does, it is just too hard to make it sound right with a pick. In any case, hope you guys enjoy it! Carl..
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Dream On Guitar Lesson - Aerosmith - Famous Riffs
 
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Subscribe for new songs every week! https://goo.gl/L7cTLq Check out my theory and technique channel! https://goo.gl/L9eY76 Take Lessons With Me! https://goo.gl/G6bdPJ Follow GuitarLessons365 on Twitter! https://twitter.com/guitarlessonscb Please help support my lessons on Patreon. http://www.patreon.com/guitarlessons365 Click here for my Aerosmith playlist featuring ALL of my Aerosmith song lessons! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOBqO_KghqI7Ym6oMpYGgamtuBikSmiSS In this famous riff lesson we get to take a look at the opening riff to "Dream On" by Aerosmith. This riff is probably best played using hybrid picking. If you have never really used hybrid picking before this Dream On guitar lesson could be a good starting point for you. The hybrid picking is actually very consistent and I think the easiest way to play this riff. The chord forms used in this intro riff can be a little bit awkward. They include some pretty large stretches at one point and it is best to just take your time with this section of the riff. Besides the intro riff I also teach you the little guitar fill that happens right before the verse. This little guitar lick is quite fun to play and moves around quite a bit. However this little guitar fill does have a lot of consistent techniques in it that are used over and over. It it has two main licks that are sequenced up and down the scale repeatedly. So I would put this lesson at an intermediate level due to the fact that we use hybrid picking and have some pretty decent chord stretches with some bigger jumps as well as the guitar fill at the end. Take your time with all this stuff and try to break it down into little parts. These chord voicings that Joe Perry and Brad Whitford are using could also perhaps inspire your own chord work that uses those voicings. Whenever I learn a riff I like to take some of the more unique elements about it and expand upon them and try to create my own thing in that style. You will learn a lot more from the riff that way and eventually be able to take things like this and make them your own. Okay to the video! Carl...
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All Along The Watchtower Guitar Lesson Pt.1 - Jimi Hendrix - Intro
 
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Subscribe for new songs every week! https://goo.gl/L7cTLq Check out my theory and technique channel! https://goo.gl/L9eY76 Take Lessons With Me! https://goo.gl/G6bdPJ Follow GuitarLessons365 on Twitter! https://twitter.com/guitarlessonscb Please help support my lessons on Patreon. http://www.patreon.com/guitarlessons365 Click here for ALL parts of this song in my Jimi Hendrix playlist! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOBqO_KghqI5LTh4_s1F70CB82V9dNfIX In these All Along The Watchtower guitar lesson videos you will learn how to play one of Jimi Hendrix's most beloved songs note-for-note! It was released on The Jimi Experience's final album of new material Electric Ladyland in September 1968. This song has it all from cool chord lead style rhythm guitar parts to half a dozen solos. There is something in this song for every player to learn from. In the All Along The Watchtower guitar lesson videos you will slowly be taken through all of the sections that make up this classic rock masterpiece. There are five videos in all including the full performance video. So take your shot at learning one of Jimi Hendrix's finest moments then go to the full performance video and play along. The entire performance and note-for-note lessons are done in standard tuning as opposed to Hendrix's original half step down tuning. That way, everyone can learn the song without having to re-tune their guitars. A real life saver for any player with a Floyd Rose. This one is an all-time classic. I hope you have as much fun playing it as I did. Cheers!! :D Remember, your Premium Subscriptions and donations are the only thing that make this site and it's lessons possible. If you use the lessons and enjoy them please consider supporting the site. Thanks! Carl..
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Runnin' With The Devil Guitar Lesson - Van Halen - Famous Riffs
 
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Subscribe for new songs every week! https://goo.gl/L7cTLq Check out my theory and technique channel! https://goo.gl/L9eY76 Take Lessons With Me! https://goo.gl/G6bdPJ Follow GuitarLessons365 on Twitter! https://twitter.com/guitarlessonscb Please help support my lessons on Patreon. http://www.patreon.com/guitarlessons365 Click here for ALL of my Van Halen song lessons in my Van Halen playlist! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOBqO_KghqI4VelgESyKYf6Mt3GMjBqp0 "Runnin' with the Devil" is not only one of the greatest rock songs of all time but it's also our introduction to the legendary guitar work of Eddie Van Halen. As the opening track on Van Halen's debut album, "Running with the Devil" had to start the now legendary album with a huge riff with a great hook. In this Runnin' With the Devil guitar lesson we will take a look at that classic riff as played by Eddie Van Halen. This riff uses basic triad shapes across the second third and fourth strings and also has a little bit of Hendrix influence in the way that Eddie hammers from one triad to the next at one part in the riff. For many guitarists this is their very first Van Halen riff that they learn. It's pretty attainable by most ability levels and it is also an instant classic. :) If you want to learn the rest the song as always make sure this video gets 600 likes on YouTube. After that I will tackle every part of the song note for note here on the site. So I will see you guys again soon teaching the entire song. Until then, have fun with this classic riff by the one and only Eddie Van Halen. Carl...
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Classical Gas Guitar Lesson - Mason Williams - Part Four
 
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Subscribe for new songs every week! https://goo.gl/L7cTLq Check out my theory and technique channel! https://goo.gl/L9eY76 Take Lessons With Me! https://goo.gl/G6bdPJ Follow GuitarLessons365 on Twitter! https://twitter.com/guitarlessonscb Please help support my lessons on Patreon. http://www.patreon.com/guitarlessons365 Click here for ALL parts to this song in my Mason Williams playlist! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOBqO_KghqI6JdxICb7g5j12p2bAymkvm Well after quite a few requests I have decided to produce these free video lessons for the classic instrumental "Classical Gas" by Mason Williams. Originally released in 1968, this instrumental shot to the top of the charts (wouldn't it be wonderful if that could still happen today? :) ) because of the catchy and dramatic nylon string finger-style guitar work of Mason Williams. Although there many cover versions of "Classical Gas", this Classical Gas guitar lesson will focus on the original 1968 recording. For those of you interested in improving your finger-style guitar technique, this Classical Gas guitar lesson series will give you ample opportunity to do so. I suggest taking the tune section by section since each one pretty much has a new unique challenge for you. To play it correctly you need to play at a pretty fast tempo, but don't try and accomplish that from the beginning. Take it slow and let your hands develop accurate muscle memory of the entire section before moving to a faster tempo. Also within the lessons I do point out what I feel are the most challenging parts of the song to play. I suggest turning those few parts into a repeated technique exercise for the best practice results. I am teaching the entire song on a nylon string guitar like Mason Williams played, but if you don't have one don't worry about it. It sounds great on any style of acoustic guitar. :) Have Fun! Carl.. Please support all the time, money, effort, blood, sweat and tears it requires to bring you all of these free video lessons by supporting the site as a Premium subscriber or by making a donation. Your support will help keep GuitarLessons365 the best resource of it's kind on the internet. Thanks! Carl..
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Simple Man Guitar Lesson Acoustic - Shinedown - Lynyrd Skynyrd
 
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Subscribe for new songs every week! https://goo.gl/L7cTLq Check out my theory and technique channel! https://goo.gl/L9eY76 Take Lessons With Me! https://goo.gl/G6bdPJ Follow GuitarLessons365 on Twitter! https://twitter.com/guitarlessonscb Please help support my lessons on Patreon. http://www.patreon.com/guitarlessons365 If you dig this, click here to check out my Lynyrd Skynyrd playlist featuring ALL of my Lynyrd Skynyrd song lessons! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOBqO_KghqI69HienRZpgvn7uUlT9GYnw Today's lesson is going to cover the acoustic version of Lynyrd Skynyrd's "Simple Man" as played by Shinedown. This acoustic version of Simple Man has some nice arpeggiated picking used throughout the verse. That picking uses a basic pattern that is repeated lot so it shouldn't take you very long to get a good grasp of the song. The chords are very simple and pretty much stay the same through both the verse and chorus. This Simple Man guitar lesson will show you how to play every section of the song note-for-note including the little lead fills added throughout the song. Keep in mind that as I mention in the video lesson, I am basing this lesson off of the acoustic live version you will see Shinedown do. There are many recordings and YouTube videos showing them performing this version of Simple Man live. When this lesson was originally requested it was for me to demonstrate this live version. I usually stick with the original studio recorded versions of songs for my lessons, but after listening to Shinedown's live version I agreed that the live guitar parts were much more interesting. In any case, this lesson should get you playing this nice acoustic ballad in no time. Enjoy! Carl..
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Diary Of A Madman Acoustic Guitar Lesson - Ozzy Osbourne - Famous Riffs
 
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Subscribe for new songs every week! https://goo.gl/L7cTLq Check out my theory and technique channel! https://goo.gl/L9eY76 Take Lessons With Me! https://goo.gl/G6bdPJ Follow GuitarLessons365 on Twitter! https://twitter.com/guitarlessonscb Please help support my lessons on Patreon. http://www.patreon.com/guitarlessons365 Click here for my Ozzy Osbourne playlist featuring ALL of my Ozzy Osbourne song lessons! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOBqO_KghqI5YiAAxdLeZwzfUrV1oAEXi In this famous riff lesson we will be learning how to play the acoustic intro to "Diary of a Madman" by Ozzy Osbourne as played by the late great Randy Rhoads. If want to play along with this lesson and the original recorded version you will need to tune your guitar down 1/2 half step. The tuning starting from the low E string will then be Eb Ab Db Gb Bb Eb. In this Diary of a Madman guitar lesson you learn not just one riff but two. The riff that starts the song then the acoustic riff he goes into at the end that is almost note-for-note the same as the main electric guitar riff when the band comes in. The inspiration for this acoustic intro is firmly planted in the classical guitar world. In fact, the opening riff is a pretty much a "re-imagining" of composer Leo Brouwer's "Etudes Simples No.6". He uses the same chords as that Etude with a different right hand pattern that is picked instead of played fingerstyle. It's pretty cool sounding though so I guess if you are going to rip anything off it should be something like this. :) There are some big stretches in this opening riff along with some pretty intricate fingerings. Be sure to keep your frethand fingertips nice and arched so you don't mute out any of the adjacent strings by accident. After this opening riff we then kick into what would become the main riff of the song albeit played on acoustic guitar. Once again we have a pretty repetitive riff here with just a few picking variations in there. In this Diary of a Madman guitar lesson I will try to point out where any patterns may lie so you can memorize everything a little bit easier. Ok enough of the small talk, let's learn to play it! Carl...
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Communication Breakdown Guitar Lesson Pt.1 - Led Zeppelin - Rhythm Guitar Parts
 
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Subscribe for new songs every week! https://goo.gl/L7cTLq Check out my theory and technique channel! https://goo.gl/L9eY76 Take Lessons With Me! https://goo.gl/G6bdPJ Follow GuitarLessons365 on Twitter! https://twitter.com/guitarlessonscb Please help support my lessons on Patreon. http://www.patreon.com/guitarlessons365 Click here for ALL parts of this song in my Led Zeppelin playlist! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOBqO_KghqI694zqeXFsRMDKd3ZoIsACR Released in 1969 on Led Zeppelin's debut album, "Communication Breakdown" went on to become a live staple of the band's throughout their career. The popularity of "Communication Breakdown" is in large part due to Jimmy Page's hard driving opening riff. In fact, this riff, with it's rapid downstrokes, became a huge influence on bands like the Ramones. In this Communication Breakdown guitar lesson video, I will demonstrate how to play all of the riffs and the killer guitar solo note-for-note. The first video lesson tackles the two riffs that make up the entire song. The first riff starts with rapid downstrokes on the low E string, followed by some quick barre chords. In the video I will demonstrate a couple of ways to play those chords, both the way Jimmy Page plays it and the way anyone that doesn't feel comfortable using their thumb to finger notes on the low E string can play it. The second riff is very Chuck Berry influenced, and is built around a dominant 7 barre chord shape. Just like I demonstrate in the lesson, it is better to focus on the Chuck Berry style rhythm first before adding the full dominant 7 barre chords into the mix. This will help you keep the riff more stable and also let you feel where those dominant 7 chord stabs are much easier. In the second video lesson, I will do a note-for-note breakdown of Jimmy Page's blistering guitar solo. This solo is full of very fast blues inspired licks. I teach the solo phrase-by-phrase so you can learn it in a more digestible format. I suggest getting a couple of phrases down a day then coming back for more each day until the solo is complete. You really want to make sure you absorb all of those techniques before trying to put the entire solo together into one cohesive unit. Everything just flies by so fast you don't have much time to think. So have fun with this excellent and challenging Led Zeppelin classic! Carl...
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The Beatles - Blackbird Guitar Lesson Pt.2 - Chorus, Bridge & Outro
 
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Subscribe for new songs every week! https://goo.gl/L7cTLq Check out my theory and technique channel! https://goo.gl/L9eY76 Take Lessons With Me! https://goo.gl/G6bdPJ Follow GuitarLessons365 on Twitter! https://twitter.com/guitarlessonscb Please help support my lessons on Patreon. http://www.patreon.com/guitarlessons365 Click here for ALL parts of this song in my Beatles playlist! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOBqO_KghqI477WzEQdl0MX_Ojk2uqF9e The Beatles' acoustic classic "Blackbird" is one of the most popular acoustic guitar songs in music history. Written by Paul McCartney for the White Album, it uses Baroque influenced guitar lines throughout. Paul McCartney has stated that the guitar parts in "Blackbird" where highly influenced by Bach's "Bourree in E minor", which he and George Harrison both tried to learn as a showpiece in their early days. The picking style involves both the bass notes and melody notes moving at the same time in a contrapuntal fashion. Paul McCartney employs one of his favorite finger picking patterns throughout most of the song to great effect. Even without vocals the guitar stands on its own in "Blackbird" with beautiful chromatic bass lines and harmonies. It truly is an acoustic guitar masterpiece that everyone should learn to play at some point. Good luck!! Lesson Taught by: Carl Brown
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Canco del Lladre - Performed by Carl Brown
 
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Full Lesson For This Piece Here - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EwOJrvLiKd0 Check Out My Online Guitar Academy! https://goo.gl/G6bdPJ https://www.instagram.com/iplaygitar/ Subscribe for new songs every week! https://goo.gl/L7cTLq Check out my theory and technique channel! https://goo.gl/L9eY76 Follow GuitarLessons365 on Twitter! https://twitter.com/guitarlessonscb Please help support my lessons on Patreon. http://www.patreon.com/guitarlessons365 To download the TAB for this performance and lesson, click here https://guitarlessons365.com/lesson/miguel-llobet-canco-del-lladre-performance/ The guitar used in the performance is a 2015 Fritz Mueller Cedar Doubletop - ClassicalGuitars.ca Miguel Llobet's arrangements of popular catalan folk songs are some of the most well loved of the entire classical guitar repertoire. "Canco del Lladre" is one of my personal favorites of his arrangements. This is a great tune to work on creating a nice sweet singing melody over a lighter accompaniment. Most of the challenges are in the left hand though, with some large stretches and fast shifts. The harmonics are a large part of this great tune. Once again, some of the harmonics represent the melody and others are the background harmony. I will take you through the TAB and point out any special technical demands and demonstrate how to overcome them. I hope you guys enjoy learning this classical guitar masterpiece! #cancodellladre #miguelllobet #classicalguitar Carl...
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Sultans Of Swing Guitar Lesson Pt.3 - Dire Straits - Verse Three
 
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