How to play Chain Of Fools on guitar! The guitar part on this song is either a guitar tuned way down or it's a baritone guitar. For today's lesson I grabbed my Jerry Jones baritone guitar to breakdown how to play this classic as recorded by Aretha Franklin. The song is in the key of C so I have my baritone tuned down to C, and I'm playing the song in the key of E with regards to the guitar chord shapes.
How To Play My Sweet Lord On Guitar! Today you'll learn a classic 12-string guitar song that uses a super common Beatles style strumming pattern, and a capo on the 2nd fret. This song also uses a technique called a modulation where you take all the chords in the song and move them to another key. Learn all about it in today's guitar lesson!
In today's lesson you'll learn an old hymn written in 1929 we going to cover how to play "I'll Fly Away" on guitar. The version we are going to learn is from the O' Brother Where Art Thou soundtrack featuring Gillian Welch and Alison Krauss.
This song is a bluegrass standard and only uses a few chords: D, G, and A. You can spice up this basic progression with a bass note strum technique and also some walk ups and walk downs. I'll break it down for you step-by-step in today's bluegrass style guitar lesson!
There are a lot of lesson on the internet with this song, but no-one has taught this 12-string guitar part online with the correct tuning that is on the original recording. I figured out the tuning on “Stuck In The Middle With You” by Stealers Wheel, and I am sharing it with you along with a full lesson on how to play "Stuck In The Middle With You" for free. SHHHH Don't tell anyone! The final tuning ends of being an open D tuned: DADF#AD. If you appreciate the hours and hours these videos take to figure out and film please do hit the THUMBS UP button for the YouTube Algorithm! You heard it here first folks!
In today's guitar lesson you'll learn how to play "Summertime Blues" as recorded by Eddie Cochran. This song was originally released in 1958, and in the guitar part you can definitely hear the influence of the blues. Particularly in the bridge of this song you'll hear some vary common blues rhythm patterns. These are some things that I talk a lot about in the Essential Blues Guitar System. Have fun!
Learn to play in open G tuning with today's lesson on "Honky Tonk Women" from the Rolling Stones! To play this song you should tune your guitar from the low 6th string to the high 1st string: DGDGBD. However, Keith typically removes the 6th string so the guitar ends up only having 5 strings. Check it out in this video lesson.
This guitar lesson covers how to play each section. Keith plays this song with his fingers and no pick. Doing this can really get a unique guitar tone that is your own musical fingerprint.
Here it is! The Secret Keith Richards Guitar Tuning Explained. This is nowhere on the internet. Today’s blog is on How to play "You Can't Always Get What You Want" on guitar by the Rolling Stones!
This song uses a specially modified 12 string guitar that I explain in this video HERE. The final tuning ends up being: CGCEAA However, at 8:20 in this video above I address how you can do this on a 6th string as well. For more about this tuning check out these articles featured in Guitar Player and Guitar World magazine: Guitar World Story 1 Here. In this video you will learn to play it just like the recording and I'll break down each section of the song to get you up and running today with TABs on-screen as well! I hope you enjoy the video and get value out of it.