Let's learn how to play "Call Me The Breeze" by J.J. Cale on guitar. This song is a 12-bar blues chord progression in the key of F#, and I am going to use a capo on 2nd fret to play this song. Call Me The Breeze has a great groove to it, and is a perfect example of how the early blues players really influenced rock players. Let's break it down!
Let's break down this haunting 16-bar blues in the key of Fm. I am going to break it down for you in two different sections of 8 bars at a time. Let's get started!
In today's lesson we'll learn how to play Proud Mary on guitar as recorded by Ike and Tina Turner! This is a classic song originally written by John Fogerty. We are going to start off with the slow groove as we move through the first section. After this we are going to ramp it up and head into the rocking up-tempo jam for the rest of the tune. Let's break it down.
Let's learn how to play "That's All Right" as recorded by Elvis Presley on guitar. This song was originally written by Arthur Crudup but we'll be referencing Elvis' version as we learn an alternating bass note strum pattern over the I,V, and V chords in the key of A. Let's break it down!
Last week I posted a video about how to play the chord changes to "Sleepwalk" by Santo & Johnny. Here is that post: Sleepwalk Chord Changes
So many of you wrote to me asking for a video about how I would approach soloing over this song, and also how to play the intro melody part I did in that video. So just for you, in today's featured lesson here are some "Sleepwalk Soloing Tips."
Let's learn how to play Hound Dog as recorded by Elvis Presley on guitar. This song is a 12-bar blues chord progression in the key of C. Knowing this basic chord progression is something that I talk a lot about here on the channel. I'm going to show you two different ways of playing through this progression today. The first way is using a standard shuffle rhythm part based off the charleston rhythm, and the second is playing a bass line through the chord progression
In today's lesson we'll learn how to play "Take It Easy" by the Eagles on guitar. You'll learn the chord shapes that I would play to do an acoustic cover of this song, and how I would approach strumming it. I've also included a chord chart on-screen to help you follow along with all the different sections of the song. Take it slow there is a lot to learn but when you're done make sure to practice along with the recording as a part of your practice sessions. Let's break it down!
Let's learn how to play "Break On Through (To The Other Side) by the Doors on guitar. We'll start off with the opening guitar part that is a little pentatonic lick in open position with a glissando on the low 6th string. Then we'll move into the rhythm hits on a D chord, and finally a bluesy ascending lick that uses hammer-ons and pull-offs with notes from the the E blues scale.
Let's celebrate we made it to the end of 2020! I just want to say thank you all so much for the support here on the channel.
More than ever the world needs music, and I hope that this YouTube channel has helped and will continue to help you improve your guitar playing. My goal is that you are able to share YOUR music with world in a whole new way. Let's all keep learning and growing together.
Here's to an incredible 2021!
Let's learn how to play "Celebration" by Kool & the Gang on guitar. We'll start off with that classic intro riff that begins on an octave, and then move in to an arrangement of the keyboard part and the rest of the tune.
In this lesson we'll learn how to play "Jailhouse Rock" as recorded by Elvis Presley on guitar. This lesson is based off a 12-bar blues progression in the key of Eb. We'll start off with some chord hits and then we'll transition into a boogie woogie style blues bass line. I'll break it all down for you so you can get playing along with the original recording today.