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Sam’s Lesson of the Day

Today's lesson is from Joe Walsh's first solo album. Well, actually he was with the band Barnstorm but the album ended up being a Joe Walsh album.

The name of the album was, "The Smoker You Drink, The Player You Get

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Sam’s Lesson Of The Day

In this video Justin will take you through six awesome Angus Young AC/DC style licks, close up and slow for you to check out. Then it is up to you to put them to good use.

The good thing about these licks is that you could put them in any song that you wanted

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Sam’s Lesson of the Day

Today's lesson is an acoustic version of "Hurry Sundown" by the Outlaws. This one would be great for a summer campfire party. You could definitely wash it down with a couple of beers and everyone would be having a large time

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Sam’s lesson Of The Day!

In today's lesson we are going to show some more Montrose from that first album. Every song on that first album is worth learning they are great classic rock and roll tunes. Today's lesson is Rock The Nation

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Sam’s Lesson Of The Day!

Today's lesson is the same song as my favorite once again. But what a great song by Montrose. This one is guaranteed to get folks excited. It's from the first Montrose album when Sammy Hagar was the vocalist

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Sam’s Lesson Of The Day!

Today's lesson is from Marty once again. I do think Marty is one of the best teachers on the net that I have seen. The song today is, "Signs," made famous by Tesla. The song is by the Five Man Electrical Band

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Sam’s Lesson Of The Day!

Today's lesson is a tune from Alice In Chains. It's one of their big hits and isn't really that hard to play. It does however go over well on the bar circuit. People will dance and party hard to this tune

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Deep Purple Inspires Sam’s Lesson of the Day

Today's lesson is an old Deep Purple song from their album "Machine Head."

It is a very active song but not that tough. The only thing that might hold you back is that you need keyboards in your band for this tune

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Check Out What Some Call ‘Emotionally Tortured’ on Stage

This interview is with one of the great guitar players of all time. At least that's the way that I see it.

Joe Satriani  is one of those players that can do just about anything with the guitar. Whether it's slow, fast or in between, he is one of the best

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Today’s Lesson Will Have You Dance in the Bar

Today's lesson is an old, "Guess Who," song that would surely make folks dance in the bar after a few drinks.

Hopefully you have someone who can sing it and sound like Burton Cummings. Always remember that in a bar you want people drinking, dancing and having a large time

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Sam’s Lesson Of The Day!

In today's lesson we will head into the rhythm part of AC DC and the song Thunderstruck. Last week we had a lesson on the lead and now it's time for the rest of the song. The beginning of the rhythm is probably the hardest part so loosen up those fingers and Enjoy!

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Sam’s Lesson Of The Day

Today's lesson is for bass players. Love that rock 'n roll bass line.

Found it very difficult to memorize, as it has no particular sequence, but it's worth trying.

Ed King performed the bass track of this song on Lynyrd Skynyrd's first record, not Leon Wilkeson as it is often misconstrued

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