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Sam’s Lesson Of The Day!

Today's lesson is a flat top song Kansas. It was their most famous song from the album Point Of No Return. Dust In The Wind actually started out as a practice to loosen up the fingers. Kerry Livgren was sitting around playing it and his wife said that would be a great song for the band

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Sam’s lesson Of The Day!

In this guitar lesson we look at an all time classic awesome guitar riff. In the lesson we'll learn the main riff and the verse pattern for Walk This Way by Aerosmith, (the bit that most people don't get right!) and we'll even have a sneak at the chorus chords too

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Sam’s Lesson Of The Day!

Today's lesson is a flat top song by Pure Prairie League.  Learn the intro guitar solo to "Amie" a great song to know no matter what kind of music you play. . In this acoustic lead guitar lesson, he will break down the intro solo to the 1973 classic  as we discover the scales and techniques common to major guitar soloing! So loosen up those fingers and enjoy!

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Sam’s Lesson Of The Day!

Today's lesson is the same song as my favorites. An old Rolling Stones song from the album Sticky Fingers. The song was actually written by Marianne Faithfull and there was a discrepancy over the credits to the song in the beginning

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Sam’s Lesson Of The Day!

Today's lesson is for the beginner bass player. Most people think that playing the bass is easy because there are only four strings. But a good bass player is worth his weight in gold. He is the time keeper not the drummer

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Sam’s Lesson of the Day

Today's lesson will be the second part of the Neil Young tune we started last week. In this guitar lesson we will show you how to play the classic Neil Young track, "The Needle and The Damage Done," from the Harvest album

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Sam’s Lesson of the Day

Today's lesson is a flat top song and in this guitar lesson we will show you how to play the classic Neil Young track, The Needle And The Damage Done, from the Harvest album. Great short song and would be a fun song to open up the third or fourth set of a rock bands night

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Sam’s Lesson of the Day

Today's lesson is a famous Blue Oyster Cult song. Well, OK, the most famous BOC song. I found it with my favorite teacher Marty. I think he is one of the easiest guys to learn from on the web. Just make sure that your drummer has a cowbell and you will be in good shape

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Sam’s Lesson of the Day

For today's lesson I thought some Led Zeppelin would be nice. The only thing you have to remember about playing Zep music is that you have to have a vocalist that can sing close to Robert Plant. This song isn't too tough on the rhythm but depending on how long you have been playing the lead it might take a while

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Sam’s Lesson Of The Day

In this lesson we will go back to the Eric Clapton Cream days. This song won't be too hard to learn but then the lead might be another thing.

It would be a great one for your band to kick out in the bar scene

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Sam’s Lesson Of The Day

Today's lesson is the same song as my favorite. There's just something about The Rev. Billy G.

This is one of Billy G.'s dirtiest and greasiest masterpieces from the 1996 album of the same name. No pick is used here

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Sam’s Lesson Of The Day!

Today's lesson is an old James Gang tune. This one was on the album Thirds which was the last album Joe Walsh did with the band before going solo. And then on to join the Eagles. This tune isn't that hard and shouldn't take you too long to learn

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