How To Play Hey Soul Sister By Train On Guitar! In this lesson you will learn an easy version of this fun pop song from Train. To play along with the recording and with this lesson using these chord shapes you need to place a capo on fret 2. The song uses a pop style strumming pattern that is based out of a 16th note rhythm. I’ll walk you through the whole song.
Today is song #5 in the Rubber Soul Series! In case you missed it or you are new here, every Thursday we are posting a complete song lesson for each song on the Rubber Soul album.
Track #5 on Rubber Soul is "Think For Yourself". Learn the whole song in today's featured lesson.
How To Play Old Time Rock And Roll On Guitar By Bob Seger! Here is a classic rock song that uses a very common blues rhythm pattern that you can learn all about in the Essential Blues Guitar System: https://www.jonmaclennan.com/essentialbluesguitarsystem
Understanding basic blues rhythm patterns can come in incredibly useful as you build your repertoire. Check it out in today's song lesson from Bob Seger.
Have you ever thought "Are Guitar And Ukulele Chords The Same"?
Today I wanted to share with you the #1 thing that was able to help me immediately understand ukulele better!
Being that I was a guitar player first this concept really opened up the door for me to start playing ukulele and use what I had already learned from years of playing guitar.
If you play guitar and are interested in learning to play ukulele check out this video! The same concept could be applied in reverse as well. Perhaps you play ukulele and would like to try guitar you can use this trick too!
Learn the #1 thing that helped me make the connection between the two in today's video
How to play Paying the Cost to be the Boss on guitar part 2! Today’s guitar lesson is on a classic from B.B. King. In part two we are going to learn about sliding triads in the blues. These triads are the upper structures of a full dominant 9th chord. Using these triads will give you a CLASSIC blues sound. I've included the TABs on-screen as well to help you along. This is a great fundamental blues study.
Today's lesson is on how to play "Wonderful Tonight" on guitar by Eric Clapton. This is a beautiful ballad that has some simple blues bending that uses something I call the B.B. Box. It's an area of the guitar where B.B. King would play a lot of his solos and bend specific notes. Eric Clapton uses the B.B. Box in this classic song. Learn it note-for-note in today's guitar lesson with TABs on-screen!
I'm so excited to share with you this new project that I have been working on for quite a few months now. It's a step-by-step system designed to transform your blues playing in partnership with Maton Guitars.
Check it out here: www.jonmaclennan.com/essentialbluesguitarsystem
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Today's video is how to play "Up On Cripple Creek" by the Band on guitar! This is a funky song from one of my all-time favorite bands "The Band". The Band were a roots rock group of four Canadians and one American. Rick Danko, Robbie Robertson, Garth Hudson, Richard Manuel, and Levon Helm. This song just has two sections to learn a verse, and a chorus. You'll learn each section in today's guitar lesson!
Today is song #4 in the Rubber Soul Series! In case you missed it or you are new here, every Thursday we are posting a complete song lesson for each song on the Rubber Soul album.
Track #4 on Rubber Soul is "Nowhere Man" and there are only two sections you need to know to play the whole song today. I'll show you each part in today's featured lesson.
How to play Shady Grove on guitar as recorded by Jerry Garcia and David Grisman part 2! Today's video will teach you how to play the melody or the "head" to this song exactly the way Jerry Garcia plays it in his famous version. You'll even get TABs on-screen to help you learn each phrase note-for-note. Make sure to also check out part 1 here: