Today's lesson is a Lynyrd Skynyrd standard that's not hard to play at all. It was on their second album called second helping. And if you are playing out it is a standard dance song. Sweet Home Alabama is the song and if you don't know it you should so loosen up those fingers and Enjoy!
For today's lesson I think a little Jimi Hendrix is in order he is also my favorite today. Hendrix changed the guitar world with his first album and all of a sudden every body wanted to play with distortion and effects
Today's lesson is back to the guitar and a song from the Rolling Stones album Goats Head Soup. This is a laid back song and one for the flat top guitar. But this song is one you could play sitting around the house or at a party and it might get you next to the one your hoping for
For today's lesson I thought I would put in a beginner drum lesson. Now I personally dont know much about the drums I can't even beat out a tune on a set but I think it's time we do some drums. So for all y7ou beginning drummers here ya go
Today's lesson is some blues the Eric Clapton way with the song Crossroads. From time to time these lessons will vary from beginners to some stuff that will be pretty hard. Today's is not too tuff but a great song all pickers should know
Today's interview is the last in a five part series on Eric Clapton. If you have missed any of these you will be able to go back and check them out. I hope you have enjoyed these and I will keep putting one up on the site a week
Today's lesson is not in standard pitch well at least Stevie Ray Vaughan playes it a half step down. The lesson for the day is Pride And Joy by the late great late SRV. Stevie had a different style of playing than most and he was one of the best
Today's lesson is just the beginning of a song. It's a later AC DC song that receives a lot of air play. So if you haven't figured out how to play the beginning of this massive hit for AC DC loosen up your fingers and get ready to have some fun!
For today's lesson we will do an Allman Brothers tune. Statesboro Blues from the At Fillmore East album but was actually a Blind Willie McTell song about Statesboro Georgia. This song is always a croud pleaser if it is peformed right
For today's lesson we will do some Gregg Allman and the song Come And Go Blues. This is just a shot of someone performing the song without all of the hubbub of telling you how to do it. So today's lesson isn't relly for beginners although if you are a real go getter you just might give it a try
Today's lesson is Rush 2112. This wont break the whole song down but it will get you into the ballpark. A great song that's not as hard to play as it sounds. But I hope you have a vocalest that can sing like Geddy Lee because his voice is a tuff one
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