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Sam’s Lesson Of The Day!
Today's lesson will be something a little heavier than we usually do. But it's not that tough of a song. It is Inter Sandman by Metallica which was their most radio friendly song and did get a lot of airplay. This is another song that will get people up and having a good time...
Sam’s Lesson Of The Day!
For today's lesson I have picked a great bar song that gets folks to drink up and have a great time. And that makes the bar owner a very happy person. Beer Drinkers And Hell Raisers is a great ZZ Top song and it is also a fun song to play! So all you guitar pickers out there loosen up those fin…
Sam’s Lesson Of The Day!
For today's lesson I have picked the same song as my favorite. Molly Hatchet's Bounty Hunter is a great fast southern rocker that is for sure to folks up and rocking. This was the first song on the first Molly Hatchet album and when you heard it you knew the album was going to be a great o…
Sam’s lesson of the Day!
Today's lesson is a great I mean great song by Deep Purple. Richie Blackmore was just trying to loosen up his fingers and came up with this one. Wow wouldn't that be nice. Great song to play in a bar guaranteed to make people stop talking and pay attention...
Sam’s Lesson Of The Day!
Today's lesson is a great flat top song from Bad Company. This one would be great at a party or to end a set of rock and roll at a bar. The name of the song is Seagull and it's not very hard. You should be able to learn it quick. It is also my favorite today...
Sam’s Lesson Of The Day!
Today's lesson is some old Lynyrd Skynyrd from their Second Helping album a tune called Curtis Loew. They say this song is about Ricky Medlocke's Grandfather Shorty who was a bluegrass picker and used to sit on the bank and play music for Ronnie and the guys while they were fishing...
Sam’s Lesson Of The Day!
For today's lesson we will learn an old standby that everyone should be able to play. Rick Derriinger's Rock and Roll Hoochie Koo. Every guitar player should be able to play this song because you might be setting in with a band and this is one you could play...
Sam’s Lesson Of The Day!
Today's lesson is a little different in that there is no one showing you how to play the song but the cords are there with the words. Triumph was a band out of Canada that caught a lot of flack for sounding a lot like Rush who was also from Canada...
Sam’s Lesson Of The Day!
Today's lesson is a bar and radio favorite. Walk This Way by Aerosmith. This is one that you can get by without sounding just like Steven Tyler. And it is sure to get the crowd up and moving around. It's not too tough of a song and just takes some getting used to for the beat...
Sam’s Lesson Of The Day!
Today's lesson is an old Allman Brothers tune that Molly Hatchet covered on their first album. A tune called Dream's I'll Never See. It's not to tuff of a song but a great one to kill some time with if your set is running short. Plus it will get the folks in the bar up and moving…
Sam’s Lesson Of The Day!
Today's lesson is Ozzy Osbourne's Crazy Train. This one will get your heart pumping and your soul on fire. When Randy Rhoads came up with this riff Ozzy said wow that sounds like a train... A Crazy Train. And that is how they came up with the name and the lyrics for this song...
Sam’s Lesson Of The Day!
In today's lesson we will check out six Angus Young AC DC type of lead's. Learning new ways to play some leads is great for all guitar players old and new. Something new can jump start a whole new feeling for you when you get in  a rut. And all guitar players get in a rut at one time …

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