From the very opening of Louis Shelton's classic guitar hook, you know what song this is. In this tutorial we take a peek at "Last Train to Clarksville", as made famous by the Monkees. You'll learn the classic guitar riff, the chords and structure, strumming and picking in the tune, and the pseudo-psychedelic bridge. Then you put it all together in a full performance play along.
In this set of lessons, Sharon Aguilar will teach "(I'm Not Your) Steppin' Stone", as made famous by The Monkees. We'll look at the song as a whole and the gear and tone, then learn guitar 1 for the intro, verse, and chorus. Next up is guitar 2 for the intro and chorus, then for the verses. We'll learn the bridge plus a bonus lesson of the organ part before we do a full and single guitar performances and a jam along.
Douglas will show you this classic tune featuring all those unforgettable melodies and hooks that have made this song a long lasting hit, and guiding it along is a single guitar part that is both fun and easy to play. There are some harmonics, some cool arpeggios, along with some moving chords during the choruses.