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Sam’s Lesson Of The Day!

Today's lesson is on playing the slide guitar. This is a beginners lesson on how to use your fingers on your right hand for more control. Then we take a look at the placement of the slide and how to get a comfortable fit for you

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Sam’s Lesson Of The Day!

Today's lesson is from our old friend Marty who I think is a great tutor. Today's song is also one that is not very hard and would be great for beginners. Cocaine is actually a JJ Cale song that Eric Clapton made famous

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Sam’s Lesson Of The Week!

In today's lesson I thought maybe some old James Gang would fit the bill.  Walk Away was on the James Gangs third and last album with Joe Walsh. The album was called of course Thirds. Joe Walsh was playing writing singing and doing all the leads and not getting much help from the rest of the band

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Sam’s Lesson Of The Day!

Today's lesson is for beginners. Don't forget everyone has to start somewhere. These are some basic chords with an easy Cream song to play as well. As I said everyone has to start somewhere and most of the time I forget such things

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Sam’s Lesson Of The Day Part II !

I usually don't put two lessons together but this is part one and part two of Aerosmith's version of Train Kept A Rollin. It is kinda intense so I thought I would nail you all at once with them. This guy does a good job of breaking the lead down so with some practice you should be able to get it under control

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Sam’s Lesson Of The Day!

Today's lesson will be an interesting one as it came from the Get Your Wings Aerosmith album.I have read that Steve Perry didn't play the solo on the album that it was actually Steve Hunter and Dick Wagner the guys who played the intro on Lou Reeds Sweet Jane on the live Rock and Roll Animal album

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Sam’s Lesson Of The Day!

Today's lesson is from Bachman Turner Overdrive and the song Let It Ride. This is a great song for the bar scene as it still gets a lot of radio play on Classic Rock  Stations. Randy Bauchman was notorious for playing weird cords and getting a different sound

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Sam’s Lesson Of The Day!

Today's lesson we will do a run on Sammy Hagar. My interview was with him and I think I will pick a song from him for my favorite's as well. Did you know that Sammy Hagar was going to be a boxer but decided music was a safer way to make a living

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Sam’s Lesson Of The Day!

Today's lesson is one that I think I have done before but someone asked me to put Sweet Home Alabama on my lessons so here it is. Any Lynyrd Skynyrd is a great song to learn for playing in a band. All Skynyrd is good for the bar circuit as every one knows the beat and can dance to it

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Sam’s Lesson Of The Day!

Today's lesson is an acoustic song that is a great song. You could even play it in a bar setting even though you are a rock band. The song is Pure Prairie League's Amy. Guaranteed no matter what kind of music you play this one would go over in any bar

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Sam’s Lesson Of The Day!

For today's lesson we are going to do the same song as my favorite once again. Foreigner Feels Like The First Time is a great song and all your vocalist has to do is be close to Lou Grahm. In a bar setting this would be a great dance song not too long and not too fast

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Sam’s Lesson Of The Day!

Today's lesson is the same song as my favorites. Bad Company is a great  band to cover in a bar. Most all people know the songs and can relate to them. Plus the best part is that most Bad Company songs are easy to learn and wont take a long time to get the cord progressions down

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