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    •       (Christopher Schlegel) The House of the Rising Sun This tutorial teaches you how to play a beginner arrangement of "House of the Rising Sun". There are only five open position chords you need to know to play the song. First I will introduce you to the song, then I'll show you how to play a simple strumming version. Next I'll show you how to pick through the notes in the chords, or "arpeggiate". Finally, we'll play through the song with a backing track using arpeggiation.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction Mike will show you the two guitar parts that make up this classic early rock tune based on R&B and the blues. There is an electric guitar that plays one of the most iconic rock riffs of all time, as well as some cool R&B influenced rhythm guitar. Guitar 2 is an acoustic guitar that plays a steady strumming groove throughout.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction (Made Easy) Mike will show you this classic early rock tune based on R&B and the blues. This tutorial is beginner level using an acoustic guitar, but any guitar is suitable to learn the song this way. All the parts are adapted to simple open chords, and add an easy strumming pattern.
    •       (Lee Wanner) (I Just) Died In Your Arms In this song tutorial, Lee Wanner will teach you (I Just) Died In Your Arms, made famous by Cutting Crew. After talking about the tones, Lee will get into the song intro and the elements of the verses. Then Lee will break down the chorus rhythm and lead parts, and break down the bridge parts as well. You'll learn the solo, the funky part in the ending of the song, then do a full performance play-along.
    •       (Sharon Aguilar) (I'm Not Your) Steppin' Stone 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.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) (Just Like) Starting Over Mike will show you the 2 guitar layers in this song. Guitar 1 is a light crunch electric guitar that strums the chord progression and adds a backbeat staccato pulse to the arrangement. Guitar 2 is an overdriven guitar that adds a cool riff to the chorus and adds some muscle to the last half of the song.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) 1983 In this series of ten lessons, Mike Olekshy will be taking you back in time to learn "1983", by Neon Trees. After giving an overview, Mike will talk about the gear and tones. Then it's into the main verse riff played by guitar 1, and the single-note melodies from both guitars. Mike will delve into the elements of the chorus and the bridge, and we'll end with a full performance play-along and a jam-along with the "band".
    •       (Mike Olekshy) 19th Nervous Breakdown Mike will show you all 3 clean electric guitars. There are distinctive riffs an iconic hook and bonus guitar layer that appears in the outro to mimic the "dive bomb" bass overdub heard in the original recording.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) 20th Century Boy Mike will show you the one electric guitar layer in this tune that uses a classic 60s massive fuzz tone to play loud and proud rhythms and riffs throughout. In the following lessons, he'll talk about power chords and open chords, bending, and some high energy rock riffing.
    •       (Lee Wanner) 30 Days in the Hole In this set of lessons, Lee Wanner will teach you "30 Days in the Hole", as made famous by Mr. Big. Lee will talk about the song then the gear and tones before diving in with the verse rhythm riffs. The chorus riffing is up next, then we'll move on to the fills that occur in the verses. The solo is next, then the outro; we'll bring things to a close with a play along performance and a jam along where you play by yourself with the backing track.
    •       (Lee Wanner) 37 Stitches In this set of song lessons, lee Wanner will be teaching you "37 Stitches", by Drowning Pool. Lee will discuss the tuning and tones, and subsequently get into the various clean parts for the intro/outro, verse, and chorus. Then it's on to the chorus lead and distorted rhythm parts, followed by the verse lead and the two solos. Lastly, you'll play along with Lee through the song, then take over in the jam along.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) A Beautiful Lie In these song lessons, Mike Olekshy will take you through "A Beautiful Lie", by 30 Seconds To Mars. We'll get into the gear and tones a bit, then look at the strumming rhythms and power chords in the verse and the second guitar part. We'll follow that with the chord extensions in the second verse, and the chorus variations. Last up is the full performance, and the jam along to the backing track.
    •       (Henrik Linde) A Hard Day's Night In this tutorial Henrik will show you all the iconic guitar parts of a classic Beatles tune. There are two main rhythm guitars, one lead guitar with a neat little melodic lick and one really interesting little overdub guitar.
    •       (Henrik Linde) About A Girl In this set of six lessons, Henrik Linde will teach you "About A Girl", as made famous by Nirvana. This is an early hit from 1989, and is an easy, simple song. Henrik will show you the A section chords and strumming, the B section key change, and the repeating solo. We'll bring it to a close with a full performance play along, and then you'll take over and jam along with the backing track on your own.
    •       (Anders Mouridsen) After Midnight In this tutorial we'll be learning the chords, form, and solos in "After Midnight", as made famous by Eric Clapton. This song is a great example of an alternative blues form and it features several minutes of Clapton's legendary lead guitar playing. The two solos in this song comprise a huge library of Clapton signature sounds, tricks, and techniques, and learning both of them will give you enough "Clapton vocabulary" to last you for years! There are also some great rhythm guitar and songwriting tricks to be learned from this song.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Again In this tutorial, Mike Olekshy will help you learn "Again", as made famous by Flyleaf. You'll learn about the tones and FX settings, the whammy effect part, the intro and chorus crunch guitars, the double stops and single note lines and variations used, and the bridge power chords. We'll tie it up and put a bow on it with a full performance play along.
    •       (Tom Finch) Ain't Too Proud To Beg Tom will show you this classic R&B tune played in a rock n roll style. There's a rhythm guitar plays a driving and funky groove and a lead guitar that adds a tasty lead.
    •       (Anders Mouridsen) Alive In this tutorial, Anders Mouridsen will teach you "Alive", by Pearl Jam. Anders will introduce the song and look at the gear and tone, then dive into the epic opening riff. You'll learn the band hits before we break down the verses, choruses, then the bridge. The song's breakdown comes next, then we're off to the guitar solo in 4 parts. We'll detail the ending, then do full and single guitar performances before you take over in the jam along.
    •       (Henrik Linde) All Apologies In this song tutorial, Henrik Linde will give you the lowdown on "All Apologies", as made famous by Nirvana in 1993. You'll first learn about the gear and tone, and then we'll examine the great main riff of the song. Henrik will then teach you the chorus elements, the bridge, and then the acoustic guitar parts in the mix. Then the fun part, you'll play through the whole track along with Henrik, then play on your own over the backing track.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) All Over You Mike will show you the single electric guitar layer that alternates between clean and crunch while playing the rhythm parts throughout.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) All The Small Things In this set of six song lessons, we'll examine the simple, catchy, fun "power pop punk" song "All The Small Things" as made famous by Blink-182. We'll take you through the power chords used throughout the song, the elements of the verses, the octaves used in the chorus, the bridge breakdown, and then rock it out with a play along!
    •       (Mike Olekshy) All Those Years Ago Mike will show you the 3 guitar layers in this song. Guitar 1 is a clean electric guitar that forms the strumming foundation of the tune. Guitars 2 and 3 are clean electric guitars that play melodic fills and licks with a slide.
    •       (Douglas Showalter) All You Wanted In these eleven lessons, Douglas Showalter will teach you the parts to "All You Wanted", by Michelle Branch. Douglas will be using a capo at the first fret, and will start with the electric clean picking parts and lead licks in the three verses and the overdriven parts in the chorus section. Then we'll break down the bridge, a lead melody, and the ending of the song. Then it's time to play along with Douglas through the song, and finally take center stage and play it yourself with the "band".
    •       (Anders Mouridsen) Already Gone In this song tutorial, Anders Mouridsen will teach you the 1974 hit by the Eagles, "Already Gone". Anders will explain the gear and tone for the song, then dig into the song intro, verse, and chorus. He'll then teach you the lead fills that come in the second verse and chorus, followed by the solo after the second chorus. Then he takes a look at some rhythm guitar, more lead fills, and the leads in the outro jam. We'll take it out with a play-along performance.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) American Girl In this song tutorial, Mike Olekshy will teach you "American Girl", by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. Mike will introduce this classic and discuss the gear and tones, then show you how the 2 guitars play the intro section. After that, we're on to the verse and the chorus guitar parts. We'll look at the bridge next, then the outro licks. You'll play along with Mike in a full performance, then there's a 1 guitar performance, and lastly the jam along.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) American Woman In this set of lessons, Mike Olekshy will teach you "American Woman", by The Guess Who. Mike will talk a bit about the song and the tone and tuning first, then dive into the bluesy acoustic intro. The we're off into the electric parts in the main body of the tune, starting with the classic verse riff. You'll then learn the lead melodic motif, followed by two guitar solos. We'll close out by doing a play along performance, then you take over in the jam along.
    •       (Douglas Showalter) An Honest Mistake In this set of lessons, Douglas Showalter will teach you "An Honest Mistake", by The Bravery. This one is a driving dance tune, and Doug will introduce the song, talk about gear and tones, then plunge into the song intro. Following that we'll break down the verse lines, the pre-chorus call-and-response, and the chorus chords, then the lo-fi bridge; then the solo and outro. We'll do full and single guitar performances, then end with a jam along.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Animal In these eleven lessons, Mike Olekshy will teach you "Animal", by Neon Trees. Mike will lay out an overview of the song then talk about the gear and tones,; then he'll break down the melodic main riff of the song and it's harmonies. Then it's on to the chorus, and the next verse that uses double stops and a single note motif. Then we'll examine the bridge and the slide solo in the outro, followed by the full performance and the jam along.
    •       (Tom Finch) Aqualung Tom will show you all the guitar parts in this epic rocker: chorus, verse 1, the bridge, verse 2, the solo, solo accompaniment and the outro. The song is in the key of G minor and is 4/4 time with a quarter note of 120 BPM for the normal sections & 178 BPM for the uptempo sections.
    •       (Geoff Earley) Are You Gonna Be My Girl In this series of lessons, Geoff Earley takes you through all the different parts for the gritty, rockin' song "Are You Gonna Be My Girl" by Jet. We'll break down the hook riff of the tune, the call and response format, the pre-chorus, the minimal chorus, the tone and vibe, some of the other licks used, and of course a play through at the end.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Attack In this song tutorial Mike Olekshy will teach you the song "Attack", by 30 Seconds To Mars. This one has multiple guitars, and Mike will take you through the tones and tuning, then break down the verse and chorus elements and variations. He'll end things with a full song performance, then there's a jam along without the guitars so you can play with the backing track on your own.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Baba O’Riley Mike will show you the 2 guitar layers in this song. Guitar 1 is a crunch rhythm guitar playing aggressive power chords. Guitar 2 is a lead guitar that digs into some tasty licks and melodies throughout. A capo placed on the first fret is required to play this song.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Baby I'm A Want You Mike will show you the 2 guitar layers in this song. Guitar 1 is an acoustic guitar that lays down a smooth strumming layer that forms the rhythmic and harmonic foundation of the tune. Guitar 2 is a clean electric guitar that adds some great supporting parts in the way of tasty fills, lead solos, and chord strums.
    •       (Henrik Linde) Back in the U.S.S.R. In this tutorial, Henrik Linde will teach "Back in the U.S.S.R.", as made famous by The Beatles. We'll introduce the song and talk about gear and tone, then learn the lead and rhythm in the song intro. The verse rhythm is up next, then we'll look at the chorus parts before breaking down the bridge. We'll detail the cool solo, then head to the outro, then do full and single guitar performances. You'll take over in the "guitar karaoke" jam along.
    •       (Douglas Showalter) Backwater This song tutorial is about the song "Backwater", by The Meat Puppets. This mid-90s alt rock/grunge hit is easy to play, yet has some interesting twists. We'll examine the form of the song, the different chords (major, minor, sus2, power), the energy and vibe of the song, the solos, and then you can play along with me, then take over in our jam along.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Bad Case Of Loving You Mike will show you the two overdriven electric guitar layers in this song. Guitar 1 is the main rhythm guitar playing riffs and chords throughout the tune. Guitar 2 plays the fills and solo.
    •       (Michael Elsner) Bad Day In this series of guitar lessons, Michael Elsner will take you through the parts to the song "Bad Day", as made famous by Fuel. We'll examine the tones and chords used, the main rhythm for the verses and choruses, the pre-chorus, and the outro and solo. You'll learn the solo and lead melodies, then play through it all in a performance.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Bad Moon Rising Mike will show you both guitar parts in this song. He'll take you through the whole step down tuning, open chords and barre chords, cut time feel, steady strumming patterns, hybrid picking, and some lead guitar approaches using chord shapes.
    •       (Tom Finch) Bad Reputation In this set of lessons, Tom Finch will teach "Bad Reputation", by Thin Lizzy. Tom will start by introducing the song and the gear and tones, then get into the verse riff. The progressive chorus is next with its 5/4 bar, then the rhythm during the drum solo. After that you'll learn the bridge melody and the solo rhythm before we look at the solo in 2 parts. Full and single guitar play alongs are next, then we end with a jam along.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Ballad of Curtis Loew Mike will show you the 3 guitar layers in this song. Guitar 1 is a clean electric guitar that plays rhythm guitar throughout. Guitar 2 is a slide electric guitar that weaves in and out throughout the arrangement. Guitar 3 is a clean electric guitar that plays a few tasty leads in the tune.
    •       (Michael Elsner) Ballad of Jayne In this tutorial we'll look at the power ballad "Ballad of Jayne", as made famous by L.A. Guns in the late 1980's. Micheal Elsner (a true "L.A. gun" himself) will take you through the tuning and chords and the intro riff/progression that returns throughout the tune. He'll also look at the pre-chorus and chorus, the rhythm part under the solo, the electric guitar arpeggios, and the distorted guitar part. Michael then gives you the cool country-influenced licks and the solo itself, followed by a full performance.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Ballroom Blitz Mike will show you all the parts of this iconic classic rock tune from the loud bluesy-rock riff, the muted boogie riffing and rocking groove in the chorus to the lead soloing throughout!
    •       (Douglas Showalter) Bang the Drum All Day In this set of song lessons, Douglas Showalter will teach you "Bang the Drum All Day", by Todd Rundgren. Doug will start off with a song introduction, then discuss gear and tone a bit; then he'll break down the main motif. After that we'll look at the verse "ska" rhythm parts, followed by the octave part during the bass solo. We'll end with a play along performance, then a jam along.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Bargain Mike will show you the 2 guitar layers in this song. Guitar 1 is an acoustic guitar that lays the foundation of the tune with some steady, energetic strumming and arpeggiating. Guitar 2 is an electric guitar that plays rhythm and fills throughout the arrangement.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Barracuda In these 10 lessons we'll break down the classic 70s rocker "Barracuda", made famous by Heart. You'll learn the main hook riff, the sections of the song form, and the solo... plus some really cool guitar tricks like pick slides and whammy bar dives, the flanger effect on guitar, the use of harmonics as single note melodies and chord support, and some odd meters along with some very interesting variations in rhythms and riffing.
    •       (Douglas Showalter) Be Like That In this song tutorial, Douglas Showalter will be teaching you "Be Like That", by 3 Doors Down. After a synopsis and gear and tones, Douglas will break down the acoustic intro and the verse; then the first 2 choruses. To follow, we'll check out the bridge and the variations in verse 2 and the 3rd chorus. Lessons nine and ten examine the double chorus and the song outro, then it's time to play through the song. Last up is the jam along, where you take over.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Behind Blue Eyes Mike will show you the 2 guitar layers in this song. Guitar 1 is an acoustic guitar that plays some gentle arpeggiated chords as well as some full dynamic high energy strumming. Guitar 2 is a crunch electric guitar that plays some aggressive strums and tasty licks in the second half of the tune.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Besame Mucho There are 2 clean electric guitar layers in this song. Guitar 1 plays lower single note lines and chords while Guitar 2 plays upper string melody lines and chord stabs. Both guitars are carefully crafted and interlocking, and stay very active throughout the tune with a mix of staccato chords with quick changes, steady strums, and single note lines connecting the changes and sections. There is a lot to learn in this song from both parts!
    •       (Henrik Linde) Better Man In this set of lessons, Henrik Linde will teach "Better Man", by Pearl Jam. Henrik will introduce the song and talk about and gear and tones, then teach the atmospheric intro. The main finger picked riff is next, then the verse guitars. Next up are the acoustic and two electric parts for the chorus; then the acoustic and electric parts for the bridge. You'll play along with Henrik then do a single guitar performance; ending with a jam along.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Between The Lines Mike will show you the dropped-D tuning used in this tune that features some great power riffing and a cool guitar solo. There is a thick crunch guitar laying out some powerful riffing, another clean guitar layer that adds a sparkly arpeggiation. As well as a third guitar that rips a killer lead.
    •       (Sharon Aguilar) Big Bang Baby In this tutorial, Sharon Aguilar will teach you "Big Bang Baby", by Stone Temple Pilots. We'll start with a song introduction, then take a gander at the gear and tones - then dig into the verse and pre-chorus parts. Next up is the chorus riffing and motif, followed by the bridge guitar parts. Sharon will take you through a full performance play along, then a single guitar performance, and then you'll take center stage in the jam along.
    •       (Douglas Showalter) Big Empty - This song features tons of cool guitar parts, tones and techniques. These include some cool uses of 7th chords with a clean tone, some slide guitar melodies, a wall of heavy rhythm guitar, along with several additional colors using some effects. I'm going to break down how to play all these different parts and techniques, and at the end we will put it all together with a backing track. After we have heard the song as a full play-a-long, I will then do another pass of the song just using Guitar #1 for a single guitar performance.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Bitch Mike will show both guitar layers in this song. Guitar 1 is the rhythm guitar that holds down the foundation of the song. Guitar 2 is the lead guitar that plays some tasty licks throughout, adding plenty of interest and attitude.
    •       (Anders Mouridsen) Black This song features some great and classic rock guitar playing. Interesting and dynamic rhythm parts, leads, Hendrix-style chords, fills and embellishments throughout. There are clean tones and distorted tones, there are epic changes in dynamics. Get ready to learn every last part of it!
    •       (Tony Lee) Black Hole Sun In this set of lessons, Tony Lee will teach "Black Hole Sun", by Soundgarden. Tony will talk about the song and the gear and tones, then break down the intro parts before teaching the verse. The chorus guitars follow, then the rhythm for the solo and the massive solo itself. We'll learn the last chorus and outro, then do full and single guitar play along performances. We'll finish up with a jam along where you take over.
    •       (Henrik Linde) Blitzkrieg Bop In these five lessons, Henrik Linde will teach you a punk classic: "Blitzkrieg Bop", recorded and released in 1976 by The Ramones. This is an easy song; Henrik will first talk about the tone, then about the A section and the power chords used, the B section (more power chords!), and then he'll play the song all the way through in a play along performance. Then it's your turn to jam along with the backing track.
    •       (Andy Gurley) Bloodletting (The Vampire Song) This tutorial will breakdown Concrete Blonde's magnum opus into the few riffs that build this song as well as a lick by lick look at the solo. You'll learn the secrets to the thick tone of the riff and the strange, chorused tone of the solo. You'll find this heavy song is based on a few simple but effective elements.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Boom Boom (Out Go The Lights) Mike will show you the 2 crunch electric guitar layers in this song. Guitar 1 is the rhythm guitar playing killer riffs and chords throughout, while Guitar 2 is the lead guitar scorching through some textbook high octane bluesy rock solos and fills.
    •       (Tom Finch) Born to be Wild In these eight song lessons, Tom Finch will break down all the elements in the classic rocker "Born To Be Wild", as made famous by Steppenwolf. Tom will examine the gear and tone, then get into the instantly recognizable opening riff. Then we're on to the verse, chorus, and pre-chorus parts, and the rhythm behind the organ solo. Tom will then show you the psychedelic soloing; we'll end the trip with a full performance play-along and a jam along.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Bound For The Floor This song tutorial will guide you through all the steps to learning "Bound For The Floor", as recorded by Local H in 1996. Mike Olekshy will discuss the tones and tuning, then teach you the intro/verse riff of the song. Then it's on to the chorus with the same progression but different dynamics. Mike will then show you the bridge rhythm and leads, and finish things off with a full performance play-along.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Breakdown In this series of lessons, Mike Olekshy will teach you "Breakdown", by Tom Petty. Mike will introduce the song, then talk about gear and tone. He'll launch into the intro and main lick, followed by the chorus parts. Next is the solo which restates the main lick, then we have a bonus lesson that shows you the keyboard parts. You'll then do a full performance, then a single guitar performance; then conclude with the jam along.
    •       (Douglas Showalter) Bring It On Home to Me Douglas will show you how to play the piano intro on guitar, the guitar parts from the record while employing some barre chord shapes, and the 12 string guitar solo. He'll also show you an easy chord version!
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Brown Eyed Handsome Man Mike will show you the single electric guitar layer in this song. It features an aggressive intro lick using double stops,, barre chords, two solos, and an aggressive strumming approach.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Brown Sugar Mike will show you both electric guitar layers. Guitar 1 plays the main rhythm with that iconic country-ish guitar riff played in open G tuning that gives this song its distinctive sound. Guitar 2 adds to the arrangement with single note fills.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Burden In My Hand This is a mid 90s grunge classic that blends acoustic and electric guitars using an open C tuning. It features some great guitar riffs and parts that, due to the exotic tuning, sound more complex than they actually are.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Burnin' For You In this extensive set of lessons, Mike Olekshy takes you through all the parts in the classic rock radio staple "Burnin' For You" as made famous by Blue Oyster Cult. Mike will explain the tone and effects used, and the power chord rhythm parts and harmonized motif in the intro plus the lead over the top. He'll then take you through the verse parts: the single note line and the chords that play at the same time. After that comes the pre-chorus and chorus and the licks within, plus the re-intro. You'll also learn the main solo in two parts, and the fills in the outro. The play along with the entire song with our custom backing track!
    •       (Sharon Aguilar) Burning Love In this set of lessons, Sharon Aguilar will teach "Burning Love", recorded and performed by Elvis Presley. Sharon will introduce the song then talk about gear and tone, then teach the intro and verse parts for the two guitars. The parts for the chorus and bridge are next, including a 3rd effected guitar. We'll look at the outro parts for all three guitars before we head to full and single guitar performances, then a jam along.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) But It's Alright In these eight guitar lessons, Mike Olekshy will teach "But It's Alright", as made famous by Huey Lewis and the News. Mike will introduce the song and talk about gear and tone before he dissects the main rhythm riff. Next up is the B section of the tune, then there's a key change and we'll learn both sections up a whole step. We'll cap it all off with a play along performance, then a "guitar karaoke" jam along.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Calling Dr. Love In this set of lessons. Mike Olekshy will teach "Calling Dr. Love", by Kiss. Mike will give an overview of the lessons then get into the gear and tone before he breaks down the verse riffing. Next up is the chorus riffing for both guitar 1 and 2, then we'll learn the second verse riff. The solo is next, followed by the outro licks. We'll do a full performance and a single guitar performance before we end with a jam along.
    •       (Ralph Spight) Can't Get Enough It's time to rock out and learn a classic 70s hit song, "Can't Get Enough", by Bad Company. Ralph Sight will take you through the arrangement and structure, the chords of the verses and choruses, the dual harmony leads, the outro solo, and a play along jam. If you can't get enough, then go ahead and watch all the lessons one more time!
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Can't Get Enough Of You Baby Mike will show you the guitar in song that uses barre chords and open chords, staccato backbeat strumming, chord arpeggiation, and a cool bluesy lick.
    •       (Anders Mouridsen) Can't Stand Losing In this tutorial Anders Mouridsen will break down every note that you hear on the studio version of "Can't Stand Losing You" as made famous by The Police in 1978. There's so much great stuff to learn from this song since the track is packed with awesome guitar parts and interesting grooves from the rhythm section. There are reggae influenced rhythm guitars, power-punk parts, ambient harp harmonics, super creative use of effects and much more, so get tuned up and ready for some Police action!
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Can't You Hear Me Knocking Mike will show you both guitar layers. Guitar 1 is a gritty electric guitar tuned to open G. Guitar 2 is a clean rhythm guitar in the first part of the tune, then transforms into a killer lead guitar in the outro jam section. There's a bonus lesson on how to the play the main riffs in standard tuning.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Candy In this series of lessons, Mike Olekshy will teach you "Candy", by Iggy Pop. This song is unusual in that there's no outstanding theme riffs or motifs, just straight-ahead rhythm playing. Mike will introduce the song to you then discuss the gear and tones, then launch into the verse rhythm and progression. Next up is the pre-chorus rhythm, building into the arpeggiated chorus part. We'll break down the post chorus rhythm after that, then move on to the play along performance and the jam along.
    •       (Christopher Schlegel) Carol Of The Bells (Electric) Christopher will show you all the rocking electric guitar parts to this arrangement of a holiday classic. From the quiet intro volume swells, to the harmonized melody lines to the soaring solos!
    •       (Andy Gurley) Carry On Wayward Son Welcome to a giant standard in the classic rock catalog. In this series, we'll explore how to take simple chords and scales and add a healthy dose of chops to learn Carry On Wayward Son. This tutorial will methodically break down all the major song riffs as well as the solos, the tempos and feels, the rhythmic elements, the tone and gear, and lots more. We hope you are warmed up!
    •       (Lee Wanner) Cars In this series of ten lessons Lee Wanner will teach you a guitar version of the synth song "Cars", by Gary Numan. Lee will talk about the song and clue you into the tones and FX he used, then show you the open string drones. Next up is the great main riff, followed by lessons on the A-section, B-section, and outro harmony leads. Then we have a play along performance, and a single guitar version. We'll finish up with the jam along, where you take over.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Casey Jones Mike will show you all the great interweaving parts to this classic tune from steady rhythm chords and riffs to the clean melodic lead.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Change (In The House of Flies) In this tutorial, Mike Olekshy will be teaching you the song "Change (In The House Of Flies)", recorded by Deftones. Mike will discuss the gear and tone, then dive into the various dropped C riffs: the main verse, the chorus, a third riff that appears after the 2nd chorus, the bridge/breakdown, and the outro.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Cheap Sunglasses In this set of song lessons, Mike Olekshy will teach you "Cheap Sunglasses", by ZZ Top. Mike will give a song overview and talk about gear and tones, then launch into the main riff followed by the chorus. Next up is the interlude and "dive bombs"; then we're off to solo rhythm part and the 1st two solos and the outro rhythm parts and outro solo. We'll end with a full performance, a single guitar performance, and a jam along.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Cherry Bomb Mike will show you this 70s rock classic featuring lots of power chords, rowdy leads and plenty of rock 'n' roll attitude.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Children Of The Revolution Mike will show you the one electric guitar layer in this tune that uses a classic 60s massive fuzz tone to play loud and proud rhythms and riffs throughout.
    •       (Anders Mouridsen) China Grove In this ten lesson set, Anders Mouridsen will guide you through all the elements of the classic rock song "China Grove", as made famous by the Doobie Brothers. Anders will explain the tone and effects, and the truly classic main riff. He'll then take you through the pre-chorus, chorus, and bridge; followed by the solo and the chords underneath the solo. He'll finish off by teaching you the outro, and play it all through in a final performance.
    •       (Henrik Linde) Cleveland Rocks In this classic rock tutorial, Henrik Linde will be teaching you the song "Cleveland Rocks", as made famous by Ian Hunter. You'll be learning how get the tones here, then the intro riff and solo. Then Henrik will break down the surf rhythm in the verse and the rhythm and lead in the chorus. After looking at the bridge parts you'll learn the outro solo, then we'll do a play-along performance and a jam along.
    •       (Douglas Showalter) Closer In this series of lessons, Douglas Showalter will teach you "Closer", by Kings of Leon. First we'll take a glance at the song as a whole, then look at the gear, tone, and effects. Douglas will teach the pitch-shift bass part on guitar, then how to emulate the "pickup yells" on guitar. Following that you'll learn the barre chords, the single string melody, then the arpeggiated chord melody. We'll conclude with a play along and a jam along.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Closer To The Edge In these 9 videos, Mike Olekshy will be teaching you "Closer To The Edge", by 30 Seconds To Mars. Mike will lay out the skinny on the gear and tones, then break down the supporting verse and single-note chorus guitar parts. Next up are the parts to the bridge of the song, and the final chorus variation. Last but not least is a full performance play along, and the jam along where we mute the guitars so you can play with the "band".
    •       (Henrik Linde) Closing Time In this song tutorial we'll be checking out the Semisonics smash hit, "Closing Time". We'll look at the song form - the verse, chorus, and bridge - and some interesting dynamics, rhythms, and melodic phrasing that are inspired by the alternative guitar playing of the early 90s.
    •       (Tom Finch) Cocaine Tom will show you the three guitar parts in the intro, the verses, the solo and the outro. There is an easy rhythm guitar to play along with and two lead guitar that play some classic bluesy licks and fills.
    •       (Billy Connally) Cold Hard Bitch In this song tutorial, Billy Connally will be teaching you the heavy, AC/DC influenced rocker "Cold Hard Bitch", as made famous by Jet. Billy will get into the intro riff, the verses and choruses with the hard-hitting rhythm accents, the open chords in the bridge, an intro variation, then take it out with a play-along.
    •       (Douglas Showalter) Come As You Are In this song tutorial, Douglas Showalter will teach you the ins and outs of the classic grunge song "Come As You Are", as made famous by Nirvana. You'll learn the great, instantly recognizable main riff; the pre-chorus and chorus; the melody-based guitar solo; and the outro of the song. Then as always, we'll play it all through to a backing track.
    •       (Douglas Showalter) Crawl In these lessons Douglas Showalter will teach you "Crawl", by Kings of Leon. After a song introduction and talking about the gear and tones, you'll learn the intro effects that open the song. Next up is the main riff motif; then we'll break down the A and B section parts. Then we're on to the wild solo, and we'll conclude with a full and single guitar performance and a "guitar karaoke" jam along.
    •       (Lee Wanner) Crawling In The Dark In these seven lessons, you'll learn the song "Crawling In The Dark", performed by Hoobastank. Lee Wanner will assess the gear and tone, then look at the song intro with its single note line and cool power chord based riff. Next up is the verse which has similar elements to the intro, followed by the chorus which has similar power chord riff elements to the intro, too. Lee will examine the bridge with its punchy, driving parts, and we'll bring the song to a close with a full performance play-along.
    •       (Douglas Showalter) Creep In this set of lessons, Douglas Showalter will teach "Creep", by Stone Temple Pilots. First up is a song introduction and a look at the acoustic and electric gear and tones. You'll learn the intro parts before moving to the verse strumming and arpeggiations, then we'll break down the pre-chorus and chorus. We'll peek at the song's bridge, then do full and single guitar play along performances, then the jam along.
    •       (Tom Finch) Crimson and Clover In this song tutorial we take a look at Crimson and Clover, as made famous by Joan Jett in the 80s cover version. We all know that Joan Jett seriously rocks, and these lessons cover the guitar tone, how to approach the verses and choruses, the 2 against 3 rhythmic accents, the punky solo, and the multi-guitar outro.
    •       (Tom Finch) Crossroads Tom will show you all the licks and riffs to "Crossroads" as recorded live by Cream in 1967 for the Wheels of Fire album. This song is effectively a rocked out 12 bar blues full of timeless Clapton riffs and licks. The guitar alternates between rhythm playing, melodic playing and full on soloing. This is a great example of how one guitar and a rhythm section can create a full and rocking sound. Behold, the power trio!
    •       (Dave Celentano) Cult Of Personality Dave will show you all the parts to this funky rock tune from the monster riffs, to the Hendrix like chorus chords, to the frenzied over the top guitar solos, to the double ending.
    •       (Lee Wanner) Dammit In this tutorial you'll learn the song "Dammit", as made famous by Blink-182. Lee Wanner will teach you about the tones, then he'll go through the form of the song giving you the intro guitars, the verse, the chorus, and the bridge. We'll wrap things up with a full performance play-through.
    •       (Dave Celentano) Daughter Dave will show you all the guitar parts to this classic grunge era song. There’s an alternate tuned acoustic guitar that drives the laid back groove of the song. There’s an electric guitar with clean licks, and a brief country/rock major pentatonic solo with grungy distortion.
    •       (Barrett Tagliarino) Day After Day In this series of lessons Barrett Tagliarino will teach "Day After Day", by Badfinger. After a song overview and a look at the gear and tones, Barrett will launch into the acoustic intro; then the chorus, interlude, and outro acoustic parts. We'll move on to the slide parts next: the intro, full solo, and the various fills. After full and single guitar guitar performances, you'll take over in the jam along.
    •       (Henrik Linde) Day Tripper In this set of lessons, Henrik Linde will teach "Day Tripper", as made famous by The Beatles. After a song introduction and the gear and tones, Henrik will launch into the classic main riff. The verse rhythms come next, followed by the guitars in the chorus. We'll break down the parts in the bridge, including the solo lead, then learn the outro before doing full and single guitar performances. You'll take over in the jam along to conclude.
    •       (Douglas Showalter) Daydream Believer 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.
    •       (Anders Mouridsen) De Do Do Do, De Da Da Da In this tutorial Anders Mouridsen will show you everything that happens in the studio version of the classic song "De Do Do Do, De Da Da Da" as made famous by The Police. This song was huge hit at the time. Anders will teach you the main riff with the heavy chorus effect, the palm muted arpeggio parts in the verses, the punctuated rhythms in the pre-choruses, the elements that occur in the bridge, and take you through it all in a full performance.
    •       (Dave Celentano) Deacon Blues Dave will show you both guitar parts in this advanced laid-back classic rock tune. There's an electric that plays upper chord voicings, R&B licks throughout and an acoustic that plays jazz flavored chords using some beautiful modulation twists and turns.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Desperately Wanting In this set of song lessons, Mike Olekshy will be teaching you "Desperately Wanting", by Better Than Ezra. Mike will tune you into the tones, then move on to the intro and verse riff. Then Mike will dive into the aggressive chorus part, followed by the bridge in two parts. We'll finish off with the outro of the tune, then a play along performance and a jam along with the guitars muted.
    •       (Tom Finch) Do It Again In this song tutorial, we'll take a look at the classic 70s tune, "Do It Again" by Steely Dan. This song was a huge radio hit! We'll talk about the gear and tone, and learn the verse and chorus comping pattern plus some tasty octave and jazz lines for the intro. Then we'll tackle the electric sitar solo - which is no small feat - but don't worry, the electric sitar is tuned just like a standard guitar, so you don't need a specialty instrument to play it. We'll learn a few more lines and improvise for the fade out. At the end we'll put it all together and play along with the backing track!
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Don't Believe A Word In this series of song lessons, Mike Olekshy will be teaching you "Don't Believe A Word", as made famous by Thin Lizzy. After a synopsis and cluing you into the gear and tones, Mike will dive into the intro and outro lines and the harmony. Then well look at the chords, the riff, and riff harmony in the verse. Then we'll look at the cool chorus riff, go to the solo, and the verse lead and variation. We'll finish with a play along performance and a jam along.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Don't Do Me Like That In these lessons, Mike Olekshy will teach you "Don't Do me Like That", by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. Mike will introduce the song and look at gear and tones, then break down the rhythms for the verse and chorus. Next are the verse and chorus licks and fills, followed by the bridge rhythm and lick. The 3rd verse fills and the outro licks follow, then the outro rhythm before we do a play along, a 1 guitar version, and a jam along.
    •       (Tom Finch) Don't Fear the Reaper In this nine lesson tutorial, Tom Finch will guide you through the various parts of the classic rock hit, "Don't Fear the Reaper" as made famous by Blue Oyster Cult. We'll examine the gear and tone, the classic hook, the pre-chorus and chorus chords and structure, tasty fills in the chorus, the intriguing form in the song and solo, the final chorus, and a play along at the end. Get out your cowbell!
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Don't Get Me Wrong In this eleven lesson tutorial, Mike Olekshy will be showing you how to play "Don't Get Me Wrong", as made famous by The Pretenders. This is an unusual song, in that it doesn't have a chorus. Mike will show you the acoustic and electric guitar part for the verses and bridge, and the great melodic solo. He'll also talk about gear and tone, and show you the variations in the rhythm and progression. To bring it to a close, he'll show you the extra guitar in the outro, then play it all in a full performance.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Don't Know What You Got (Till It's Gone) This song tutorial will give you all the parts to "Don't Know What You Got (Till It's Gone)", as made famous by Cinderella. Mike Olekshy will guide you through the gear and tone, the acoustic guitar parts, the electric power "crunch" elements, the chorus arpeggio's, the solo, and then play through the entire song.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Don't Look Back This is an epic classic rock anthem with all the essential ingredients: soaring vocal melodies, and guitars layered into a powerful arrangement with crunching rhythm riffs, clean arpeggiations, and screaming harmony leads.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Don't Stop In this set of lessons, Mike Olekshy will teach you "Don't Stop", by Fleetwood Mac. Mike will open by introducing the song and looking at gear and tones, then you'll learn the fills for the verses and choruses. The guitar solo is up next, then we're on to the piano rhythm parts in the intro, verses, and choruses that are adapted to guitar. We'll do a play along and single guitar performance, then conclude with a "guitar karaoke" jam along.
    •       (Dave Celentano) Don't Tell Me You Love Me Dave will show you every part of this tune including the cool powerhouse rhythm guitar parts, wild whammy bar tricks, intense picking, and dramatic multiple guitar harmony parts. There's also a single guitar version if you are up to the challenge!
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Down On The Corner Mike will show you all the guitar parts to this classic tune. He'll cover single note riffs, harmonized diads, barre chords, and a specific strumming pattern.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Dream Police Mike will show you the guitar parts in this song, which include rock strumming approaches, catchy single note riffs, dynamics, and chord arpeggiation.
    •       (Michael Eisenstein) Drive Drive was a hit in the 90s- an alt-rock blend of acoustic guitar and hip-hop rhythms. We'll look at the structure of the song, show you how the song was written and performed on acoustic guitar. Drive incorporates jazz chords, a hip-hop rhythm, and a hypnotic slide guitar solo that is saturated by effects!
    •       (Henrik Linde) Drive My Car In this tutorial, Henrik Linde will teach "Drive My Car", as made famous by The Beatles. Henrik will introduce the song, then discuss the gear and tone; after that we'll learn the intro lick. We'll learn the verse and chorus rhythm parts, then the chorus piano part. We'll break down the guitar solo and solo rhythm, then head to the outro rhythm and solo. Full and single guitar performances are up next, and we'll end with a jam along.
    •       (Henrik Linde) Dumb In this song tutorial, Henrik Linde will teach you "Dumb", as made famous by Nirvana. Henrik will get into the tones and tuning first, then delve right into the verses - there's no intro to this tune. Henrik then breaks down the chorus and bridge structures. Lastly he'll teach you the outro, do a play along performance, then it's your turn in the jam along.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Dust My Broom Mike will show you all the parts to both guitars tuned to an open D tuning. Guitar 1 is the rhythm guitar with a distorted, grinding tone, laying down some boogie diad riffing through the 12 bar progression. Guitar 2 is the lead slide guitar featuring a cleaner tone that stands out in the mix.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Eminence Front Mike will show you the single electric guitar part in this tune that plays a mix of funky rhythm and killer leads. The tune starts out with a drum machine and a synth loop setting the mood. The drums kick in and the guitar launches into the funky, iconic main riff over an F minor vamp.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) End Of The Line Mike will show you the 4 guitar layers in this song. Guitar 1 is an acoustic guitar that forms the strumming foundation of the tune. Guitar 2 is a chimey clean electric guitar that adds a country inspired bouncy rhythm to the arrangement. Guitars 3 and 4 are clean electric guitars that play some pedal steel inspired slide ornamentations.
    •       (Anders Mouridsen) Even Flow This song is a rock classic. It has two fantastic guitar parts throughout. One is tuned to drop D and the other is tuned to open D. The parts are not that hard to play, giving it an intermediate rating, but early intermediate students might have trouble getting comfortable with the new tunings. It's worth the trouble, though, so dive in and you'll have a great time.
    •       (Henrik Linde) Every Breath You Take In these song lessons we'll learn the classic radio hit "Every Breath you Take", as made famous by The Police. Henrik Linde will guide you through the gear and tone, the add 9 chords, the chords and progressions in the different sections of the song, the rhythmic elements, and the right hand techniques used. Then we'll play through it all in a full performance.
    •       (Michael Elsner) Every Rose Has Its Thorn In this series of lessons, Michael Elsner takes you through the various elements of the classic Poison ballad, "Every Rose Has Its Thorn". You'll learn the chords and tuning, the verse and chorus progressions, the bridge and solo section progressions, the strumming variations, the three solos, and of course a play along with our custom backing track.
    •       (Caren Armstrong) Every Rose Has Its Thorn (Made Easy) In this series of beginner song lessons, Caren Armstrong will teach you "Every Rose Has Its Thorn", by Poison. After introducing the song, Caren will show you the chords you need to know to play this song, then the strumming rhythm. Following that, Caren will tune you in to the whole song form. We'll finish with a play along, and a jam along.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Everybody Wants To Rule The World Mike will show you the 2 guitar layers in this song. Guitar 1 is the main clean guitar that plays arpeggios, single note lines & chord stabs throughout. Guitar 2 is an overdriven guitar that blasts some arena sized power chords and a killer outro solo.
    •       (Douglas Showalter) Everything In this song tutorial, Douglas Showalter will teach you "Everything", by Lifehouse. After a song introduction and a look at the tones and effects, you'll learn the song intro and the three varying verses, along with the interlude. You'll also learn the three differing choruses in the tune, plus the high-dynamic bridge, and the acoustic ending. We'll conclude with a play along, then a "guitar karaoke" jam along.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Everything To Everyone In this tutorial Mike Olekshy will teach you the alt rock hit "Everything To Everyone", by Everclear. Mike's going to take you through the gear and tones, then into the main riff. Then he'll lookk at the different guitars and the variations, along with the slide guitar part. Mike will also get into the breakdown, and a tremolo element; after that he'll finish it all off with a full performance play along.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Everywhere Mike will show you two guitar players featuring great layering interplay using double stops and triads, palm muting, single note bubble lines, and syncopation.
    •       (Douglas Showalter) Face Down In these eleven lessons, Douglas Showalter will present you with all the elements to "Face Down", as made famous by The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus. There's quite few sections to this song, and Douglas will go through the intro guitars, the first verse, the chorus, and the short interlude. Then he'll delve into the second verse, and the bridge in two parts. After that, he'll break down the double chorus, and the outro. Finally, we'll do a play along performance then a jam along.
    •       (Douglas Showalter) Falls On Me In this set of lessons, Douglas Showalter will teach you "Falls On Me", by Fuel. First off is an overview of the song, then a look at gear and tones. Douglas will then get into the arpeggiated song intro, then teach the choruses and the post-chorus interlude. We'll then step into the 2nd verse and the bridge section, followed by the 4th chorus variation and the outro. Last we'll learn the song ending, then do a play along and a jam along.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) False Pretense In this song tutorial, Mike Olekshy will be teaching you "False Pretense", by The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus. Mike will go over the tones and tuning, then jump into the power chord riffing and octaves. Next we'll break down the verse and the bridge guitars. Mike will then look at the extra noises in the song, and the last double chorus; we'll end with a play along and a jam along.
    •       (Douglas Showalter) Far Away Douglas will show you all the guitar parts of this song from the arpeggiated chords, to the powerful hook, to the electric guitar parts.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Fat Bottomed Girls In this set of song lessons, Mike Olekshy will be teaching you "Fat Bottomed Girls", as made famous by Queen. Mike will talk about how to get close to the Brian May tone, then take you into the main riff and verse. Next is a guitar break, the chorus, and another break. Mike will then break down the leads in verse 3, and then look at the outro and outro leads. Last up is the play along performance and the jam along with the backing track.
    •       (Henrik Linde) Father Of Mine In this alt-rock tutorial, Henrik Linde will teach you all the parts to "Father of Mine", as made famous by Everclear. He'll discuss the tones and effects, then go through the verse, choruses, the chorus tag, and the additional guitar. Then you'll learn the licks in the song and the solo, followed by a play along performance and a jam along.
    •       (Andy Gurley) Feel Like Making Love Is it a ballad? Is it a rock anthem? My AM radio says yes! This acoustic intro is one of the most recognizeable intros in the classic rock catalog that sets a mood before flowing into one of the most muscular riffs to ever hit an arena in the seventies. Want a ballad that still rocks hard? Look no further. Want a heavy riff that still shows you have some sensitivity? Hang around with bad company and you'll get it. And oh yes, there's a harmony solo to show your musicality and an outro solo that shows you can also melt faces. What do you feel like?
    •       (Douglas Showalter) Fell On Black Days In these lessons, Douglas Showalter will teach "Fell On Black Days", by Soundgarden. After a song synopsis and the gear and tones, Doug will teach the intro of the song, then dissect the main verse riff. We'll learn the verse 2 lick before we do the choruses; then we'll break down the bridge. The solo rhythm and the solo are next, then the final chorus octaves and the outro lick. We'll end with full and single guitar performances, then a jam along.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Fighting My Way Back In these classic rock lessons, Mike Olekshy will teach you the Thin Lizzy song "Fighting My Way Back". We'll start out by giving an overview of the lessons and a look at gear and tone; then we'll start rockin' out with the intro riff. Next are the two verse parts followed by the chorus, then the killer solo. We'll break down the bridge and the wah part after that, then move to the full and single guitar performances and the jam along to conclude.
    •       (Douglas Showalter) Fly In this tutorial, Douglas Showalter will teach "Fly", by Sugar Ray. Douglas will give an overview of the song then talk about the gear and tone. We'll take on the main melody before we learn the verse, then we'll dig into the chorus. The post-chorus hook is next, then we'll learn the bridge and the interlude before we learn the song outro. We'll end with full and single guitar performances, then you'll play the song by yourself in the jam along.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Fool For The City Mike will show you all 4 guitar layers in this song. Guitar 1 is the main crunch electric guitar that handles the rhythm riffs throughout the tune. Guitar 2 is the lead electric guitar that adds some killer licks and solos. Guitar 3 is also a lead guitar that appears in the reintro to add some tasty sounding harmonization to a killer lick. Finally, Guitar 4 is an acoustic guitar that appears in the interlude section to temporarily inject a country flavor to the arrangement.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) For You Blue Mike will show you the 2 guitar layers in this song. Guitar 1 is an acoustic guitar with a capo placed at the 5th fret that plays a cool blues intro and rhythm guitar throughout the rest of the tune.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Foreplay Whatsup it’s Mike from Guitartricks, teaching you “Foreplay” as made famous by Boston. This is a stand-alone introduction prelude to the Boston song “Long Time”. Like most Boston, it is classic rock in the form of a larger than life arena rock anthem! It features a timeless, classical-sounding organ intro, powerful & driving rock rhythms, crushing guitar riffs, and high drama the whole way through.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Fortunate Son Mike will show you both guitar layers in this song. Guitar 1 is a crunch electric guitar tuned one whole step down from standard tuning, playing both rhythm and lead guitar. Guitar 2 is also a crunch electric that plays only rhythm, and is tuned to standard tuning.
    •       (Douglas Showalter) Four Rusted Horses In this tutorial Douglas Showalter will teach "Four Rusted Horses", as made famous by Marilyn Manson. After starting with a song introduction and the gear and tone, we'll break down the main acoustic riff for you. We'll follow that with the acoustic pre-chorus - then the chorus - before we learn the single note electric line in the chorus. We'll tie it all up with full and single guitar performances, then you'll take over in the jam along.
    •       (Andy Gurley) Frankenstein We have salvaged many parts - some perfect, some not so perfect - from a nearby Rock Graveyard. We'll assemble these parts with a bit of science, some secret ingredients (including the forbidden Bucket of Sauce), and the ancient text written by the hand of Dr. Edgar Winter himself! Get ready to learn Dan Hartman's licks and riffs, the rhythm playing, the harmony guitars, the use of wah pedal, and put the parts together in a play along.
    •       (Anders Mouridsen) Free Ride This classic rock song, "Free Ride" as made famous by The Edgar Winter Group in 1973, incorporates elements from rock and funk with a legendary rhythm guitar hook and two wailing lead guitars. We'll show you how to play all of them, then you can play along with an authentic, full length backing track.
    •       (Andy Gurley) Freebird We'll break it all down for you. The arpeggiated opening guitar part, the signature slide line, the building riffs and the over four minute solo. You play it like this and they'll issue a "true southerner" membership card in the mail!
    •       (Mike Olekshy) From Yesterday In this fifteen lesson set, Mike Olekshy will be teaching you "From Yesterday", by 30 Seconds To Mars. Mike will talk about the tones and tuning, then get into the layers in the intro and verse. Mike will then dissect the heavy chorus, the main riff and chorus variations, before he teaches the bridge and the final chorus variation. We'll end with the ending layer, then do a full performance before you take over as the main guitarist.
    •       (Andy Gurley) Funk #49 Step by step we learn the components that build this classic rock masterpiece. There are only 3 riffs and two licks. Not much there considering the impact this song has on large groups of people, but that's what makes a truly classic riff or lick. The main guitar riff in this song really is one of the baddest of the 70s.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Gimme All Your Lovin' In this set of lessons, Mike Olekshy will teach you the hard rockin' song "Gimme All Your Lovin'", by ZZ Top. Mike will give you an overview of the song and discuss the gear and tones; then break down the main riff and the intro lead. Then it's on to the third guitar in the verse and chorus, and the chorus leads. We'll examine the main solo and the supporting rhythm, plus the role of the third guitar. We'll finish up the main lessons with a look at the last chorus lick, the outro solo, and the fade. As always we'll do a play along performance, and then you take over and play with the backing track.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Gimme Shelter Mike will show you all the rocking parts of this Stones classic. Both guitar layers: the rhythm guitar that combines plucking and picking to give the tune its distinctive sound and the lead guitar that adds another layer of drama with some bluesy-rock based licks.
    •       (Hunter Perrin) Gimme Three Steps In this series of lessons, Hunter Perrin is going to teach you "Gimme Three Steps", by Lynyrd Skynyrd. Hunter will go over the lessons then delve into the gear and tone a bit, then he'll break down the cool intro riffing and lead. We'll learn the verse rhythm before we take on the 1st solo, then get into the chorus rhythm. The 2nd solo comes next, then the outro solo; we'll tie things up with a play along performance and a jam along.
    •       (Lee Wanner) Girlfriend In these lessons Lee Wanner will teach you "Girlfriend", as made famous by Matthew Sweet. After a song introduction and the tuning, gear, and tones, you'll learn the intro riffing. Next up are the rhythm parts in the verse and the chorus; then we're on to the intro lead followed by the solo. Lee will then give you some improvisation tips and a short lesson on the intro eBow. We'll end with full and single guitar performances, then the jam along where you play the song by yourself.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Girls And Boys In School In this tutorial, Mike Olekshy will be teaching you "Girls And Boys In School", by Neon Trees. After a synopsis of the song, Mike will discuss the gear and tones. Then we'll break down the 16th note single note strumming in the choruses, the single note melody that comes in in the second verse, and the arpeggiations in the bridge. We'll bring class to a close with a play along performance, then we'll mute the guitar and you'll take over as the main player in the jam along.
    •       (Sharon Aguilar) Girls Just Want to Have Fun In this tutorial, Sharon Aguilar will teach "Girls Just Want to Have Fun", as made famous by Cyndi Lauper. Sharon will introduce the song and talk about gear and tone, then start in on all the funky single-note riffing that occurs in the sections of the song. Then we'll break down the double stop riffing in the various sections, followed by a "simple chord" version of the song. We end with full and single guitar play alongs, and a jam along.
    •       (Dave Celentano) Give Me All Your Love Dave will show you both guitar parts to this song that comes crashing out of the gate with huge riffs and a swaggering swing groove. After a few verses and choruses the song unleashes a blazing solo. Then brings it down dynamically in the Bridge section, before wrapping up with a dramatic finish.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Give Me Love (Give Me Peace On Earth) Mike will show you the 3 guitar layers in this song. Guitar 1 is an acoustic guitar with a capo at the third fret that forms the strumming foundation of the tune. Guitars 2 and 3 are clean electric guitars that add some tasty slide licks.
    •       (Douglas Showalter) Gives You Hell In this series of lessons, Douglas Showalter will be taking you through the song "Gives You Hell", by The All-American Rejects. Douglas will be teaching you the keyboard parts on guitar here, as well as the guitar parts for the verses, pre-chorus, chorus, and bridge. You'll play along through the entire song in the performance lesson, then be the lone guitar player jamming along with the backing track.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Glycerine Mike will show you the single electric guitar layer in this tune that uses a distorted tone to play through the arrangement with barre chords and suspended chords, powerful syncopated strumming, and dynamics.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Go All The Way There are 2 guitar layers in this song. Guitar 1 is a light crunch electric guitar that plays riffs and strums chord progressions throughout the tune. Guitar 2 is a clean electric guitar that adds staccato stabs and chord arpeggiations to the arrangement.
    •       (Ralph Spight) God Is A Bullet Here's a very cool song made famous by the unsung but fabulous Concrete Blonde. We'll delve into the cool surf-esque spy theme lick, the effects, the picking used, the ultra hip solos, and more. Be the bullet.
    •       (Tom Finch) Going To A Go-Go Tom Finch will show you the funky, rock and blues cover of a classic R&B tune!The rhythm guitar plays a driving and funky groove while the rhythm section lays it down. There is very little harmonic movement but plenty of soul!
    •       (Henrik Linde) Good In this group of lessons we'll break down the parts of the song, "Good", made famous by Better Than Ezra in the mid 90's. We'll learn the four chord progression that occurs throughout the song, the form and dynamics, the rhythm parts, the raw unusual solo, and you can play along with our custom backing track at the end.
    •       (Henrik Linde) Good Times Roll In this set of lessons, Henrik Linde will teach "Good Times Roll", by The Cars. Henrik will talk about the song and the gear and tone before launching into the opening riff; then it's on to the guitars in the pre-chorus. The chorus parts come next, then the interlude. We'll break down the verse guitars after that, then look at the solos. We'll pick apart the outro before doing full and single guitar performances, then a jam along.
    •       (Dave Celentano) Goodbye Dave will show all the parts to this classic power ballad from the acoustic intro to the electric leads.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Goodbye To You In this series of lessons, Mike Olekshy will teach you "Goodbye To You", as made famous by Scandal. Mike will start with a song overview and a look at the gear and tones, then show you the verse part. Next up is the pre-chorus, then the chorus; then we'll look at all the elements of the lengthy bridge section. We'll cap things off with full and single guitar performances, then the jam along where you play the song by yourself.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Handle With Care Mike will show you the 3 guitar layers in this song. Guitar 1 is an acoustic guitar that forms the strumming foundation of the tune. Guitar 2 is a chimey clean electric guitar that adds a nice compliment of rhythm guitar to Guitar 1. Guitar 3 is a clean electric guitar that plays some short & sweet lead breaks with a slide.
    •       (Douglas Showalter) Hanging by a Moment In these 12 videos, Douglas Showalter will be breaking down the parts to "Hanging by a Moment", by Lifehouse. After the tones and tuning, we'll get right into the signature riff that occurs throughout the song, then 1st chorus. Next up is the harmonics followed by chorus 2, and the bridge in two parts. We'll break down the interlude and verse 3 after that, then the song ending. You'll play along with Douglas, then take over in the jam along.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Hard To Handle In this tutorial Mike Olekshy will teach you "Hard To Handle", by The Black Crowes. Mike will introduce the song, then talk about gear and tones. We'll learn the single note intro lick, then get into the two main groove guitar riffs; following that, we'll learn the two interlude parts. Then it's time to break down the main guitar solo and outro solo. We'll end with full and single guitar performances, then you'll take over in the jam along.
    •       (Michael Elsner) Harder To Breathe In this song tutorial, Michael Elsner will give you the details to the song "Harder to Breathe", as made famous by Maroon 5. Michael will tune you in to the chords and tuning,and the funky single note lines in the verses. He'll then show you the chorus and the chords in the bridge section, followed by the guitar solo. As always, we'll put it all together in a final play through performance with a custom backing track!
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Harlem Shuffle Mike will show the two electric guitar layers in this song. Guitar 1 plays a solid and consistent R&B style rhythm with a clean tone. Guitar 2 is the lead guitar adding cool fills and melodies throughout. Since this is essentially just one big R&B dance groove, Guitar 1's parts have to be really locked in with the other instruments for this type of song, since the rhythm and groove is crucial!
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Have You Ever Seen The Rain Mike will show you the acoustic guitar part strumming a simple chord progression throughout. He'll also show you how to adapt the iconic piano/bass riffs for guitar.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Heart Shaped Box In this song tutorial, Mike Olekshy will teach the grunge classic "Heart Shaped Box", as made famous by Nirvana. Mike will break down the hooky main riff for you, after talking about the tones. Then he'll teach the heavy distorted chorus part; after that he'll break down the melodic solo. He'll do a full song performance for you to play along with, then we have a video with the backing track only so you can jam with the track!
    •       (Henrik Linde) Heartbreak Hotel In this eight lesson set, Henrik Linde will teach you the rock 'n' roll standard "Heartbreak Hotel" as made famous by Elvis Presley. Henrik will talk about the old school rockabilly tone, and those snappy ensemble hits. He'll clue you in to that classic blues-based rock 'n' roll riff on the IV chord, and also examine the V chord and the turnaround. He'll show you the simple but very cool and effective solo, the slight change in the last verse, and then you'll play along in a full play-through!
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Heartbreaker In this series of lessons, Mike Olekshy will teach you "Heartbreaker", by Pat Benatar. After introducing the song and a look at the gear and tones, Mike will teach you the intro riff. You'll then learn the verse and chorus parts, followed by the re-intro and the bridge. The breakdown hits are next; then the final chorus and outro before you take on the solo. We end with a full performance, a 1 guitar performance, and the jam along.
    •       (Anders Mouridsen) Heaven In this song tutorial, Anders Mouridsen will guide you through the "Texican" pop rock hit "Heaven", as made famous by Los Lonely Boys. You'll learn the tuning, the double stop strumming, the solid rhythm part that is just right behind the vocals, the bubble licks, the sweet solos that occur throughout the song, then put it all together in a play along with a grooving backing track.
    •       (Henrik Linde) Helicopter In this song tutorial, Henrik Linde will be teaching you "Helicopter", as made famous by Bloc Party. Henrik will start with a synopsis of the tune followed by a discussion of the tones and gear. Then we're off to the counter-melody licks in the intro and the verse elements, the chords and offbeat bar in the pre-choruses, and the octave lines in the chorus. The bridge here uses crazy noises with delay, and we also look at the additional guitars. Lastly is the play-along performance and the "muted guitars" jam along.
    •       (Lee Wanner) Hell Yeah In this set of lessons, Lee Wanner will teach you the hard rockin' song "Hell Yeah", as made famous by Rev Theory. Lee will discuss the gear and tones, then dive right into the guitar noises that power the tune. After that we'll look at the intro and intro leads, the pre-verse rhythm and lead, then move on to the verse and chorus rhythm and lead. The solo and the rhythm underneath are next, then we'll do a play along and a jam along.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Helter Skelter This classic Beatles tune has raw, aggressive riffing and is considered an early precursor to the genre of heavy metal. It borrows elements of blues and rock and roll, puts everything on steroids, and is unleashed with fury.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Hemorrhage (In My Hands) In this series of song lessons, Mike Olekshy will teach you the song "Hemorrhage (In My Hands)", as made famous by Fuel. Mike will discuss the gear and tones used to replicate this tune, then examine the opening of the song and the verse, chorus, and bridge sections. Next up is the heavily effected guitar solo, and the solo over the outro. We'll end with a play-along performance over a custom backing track.
    •       (Douglas Showalter) Here In Your Bedroom Here's a super fun uptempo song: "Here In Your Bedroom", by Goldfinger. Douglas Showalter will teach you this one; the song intro with its ensemble licks, the ska rhythms, the distorted power chord parts in the pre-choruses and choruses, and the song outro and ending. To finish things off we'll do a full performance play-along, then you jam along with the backing track.
    •       (Michael Elsner) Here Without You This series of lessons will teach you all you need to know about the song "Here Without You", as made famous by 3 Doors Down. Michael Elsner will talk about the chords and tone, then show you the acoustic arpeggiated picking in the verses, choruses, and bridge. He'll also teach the distorted electric guitar that enters later in the song. No solo in this one! The Michael will play the song through, in a play-along performance.
    •       (Michael Elsner) Hey Jealousy In this twelve lesson set, Michael Elsner is going to teach you the melodic alt-rock hit "Hey Jealousy", by the Gin Blossoms. Michael will tune you in to the chords and tones, then pick apart this two guitar tune. We'll look at the verse progression and variations, the intro and outro, and the choruses; then we'll break down the various fills plus look at the guitar solo. To end, we'll play through the whole song in a full performance.
    •       (Caren Armstrong) Hey Jude Caren Armstong here at Guitar Tricks teaching you how to play "Hey Jude", as made famous by The Beatles. This is a serious workout for the left hand, and an excellent song for students looking to up their bar chord strength. The song features a simple I IV V structure with one sneaky bVII on the outro. Even though the song starts with a simple arrangement of I - IV - V chords, it is made great by an effective vocal and melody line and a lot of dynamic changes and adding of layers as the song progresses until it hits that final epic ending!
    •       (Henrik Linde) Hit Me With Your Best Shot This tutorial takes a look at a big classic rock hit of the late 70s/early 80s, Pat Benatar's "Hit Me With Your Best Shot". Henrik Linde takes you through the main riff (a truly classic rock guitar hook) that occurs in the intro and choruses, the verse progression, the solo, the bridge, the "stadium rock" ending, and finishes off with a full performance play-through.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Hitch a Ride This is a classic rock anthem with all the essential ingredients: an acoustic intro, soaring vocal melodies, and guitars layered into a powerful arrangement with crunching rhythm riffs and screaming harmony leads. The song weaves through a number of dynamic changes from quiet and serene to loud, wide open rocking out!
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Honky Tonk Women Mike will show your both guitar layers. Guitar 1 is the rhythm guitar tuned to open G that gives the song its distinctive country flavored sound. Guitar 2 is the lead guitar that adds some exciting solo blending major and minor pentatonic sounds, combining rock and country flavors into to the arrangement.
    •       (Neal Walter) Hot Child in the City "Hot Child in the City" was made famous by glam rocker Nick Gilder in the 1970's. In this series of lessons we'll put several things under the microscope: the harmonics and delay, the verses, guitar hook lick in the choruses, the bridge, and how to use space in the music to your advantage. Then we'll top things of with a play-along.
    •       (Anders Mouridsen) Hotel California In this tutorial, Anders Mouridsen will teach "Hotel California," by the Eagles. He'll dig into the gear and tones, then look at the guitar parts in the intro. He'll also break down the verse's 12-string and electric rhythms, and the harmonized parts in the first verse, then pick apart the chorus elements. Then on to the second verse's acoustic and harmony parts and the third verse breakdown, followed by all the solos. Lastly, Anders will get into the outro's harmonized guitars, then a full song performance plus a jam along.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Hotel California (Made Easy) Mike will show you this song in a made easy arrangement using an acoustic guitar. He breaks down the parts to simple open chords, and adds an easy strumming pattern so you can easily jam along with the track.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) How You Remind Me Mike Olekshy will show you all the guitar layers in this massive post-grunge radio smash. This song features 3 guitar layers. Guitar 1 is a clean electric guitar that provides some low dynamic riffs under the verse sections. Guitar 2 is a thick crunch guitar that leans into some powerful riffing in the choruses. Guitar 3 is an effected clean guitar that provides some arpeggiations that outline the chords.
    •       (Andy Gurley) Human Fly This experiment is broken down riff by riff, lick by lick and sound by sound to show you the DNA of the psychobilly species. You've got your big fat fuzz tones, your retro-reverbed tremolo tones, descending chromatic intro and outro, and licks right out of the 60s. However, no science is exact and you should proceed at your own risk.
    •       (Tom Finch) Hush This classic rock song features power chords, edgy guitar fills and single string unison with the bass. In this tutorial we'll talk about gear and tone, we'll learn the intro, the verse, chorus and the outro.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) I Alone Mike will show you the single guitar layer that alternates between clean and crunch while playing the rhythm throughout the arrangement. He'll show you the barre chords and open chords, syncopation, and dynamics that make this a fun song to learn and play.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) I Can’t Explain Mike will show the one clean & chimey guitar layer that lays down an iconic, staccato riff that uses barre chords in a major key. The riff is used for both the verse and the chorus throughout the arrangement. There’s also a bridge section that changes things up with some straight up chord strums and a few ornamental fills. There are also two solo sections filled with aggressive, bare bones blues/rock attitude.
    •       (Douglas Showalter) I Don't Care In this series of nine lessons, Douglas Showalter will teach you the song "I Don't Care", as made famous by Fall Out Boy. Douglas will guide you through the main riff; the verses, choruses, and bridge; the solo; and the groove. He'll give everything a final polish with a full performance play-along so you can put it all together, the it's time to play the song on your own to the jam track.
    •       (Douglas Showalter) I Fought the Law In this set of lessons, Doug Showalter will teach "I Fought the Law", as made famous by The Clash. We'll introduce the song and talk about gear and tone, then break down the main motif. We'll then detail the A section and B section of the song before we look at the bridge rhythm and lead parts. We'll take a quick peek at the song ending, then do full and single guitar performances and a jam along.
    •       (Hunter Perrin) I Hear You Knockin' In this set of lessons, Hunter Perrin will teach you "I Hear You Knockin'", as made famous by Dave Edmunds. To start, we'll introduce the song and talk about gear and tone - then get into the intro lead and rhythm parts. We'll learn the rhythm and slide guitar for the verse before we get into the solos and rhythm. Next is the last verse, then the fade out; then we'll do full and single guitar performances and a jam along.
    •       (Anders Mouridsen) I Heard It Through The Grapevine The song "I Heard It Through The Grapevine" was originally a Motown hit made famous by Marvin Gaye, but the Creedence Clearwater Revival version is especially fun to learn. This song is as rootsy and swampy as it gets! It's a perfect example of how a few notes and some simple strumming can take you a long way if you play your cards right. You'll learn the strumming rhythm and groove, the hook, the low drone, the solo, and a play along; plus how to play it live.
    •       (Tom Finch) I Just Want to Celebrate "I Just Want to Celebrate" was made famous by Rare Earth in 1971. We'll learn the signature guitar hook which is also the chorus, the verse riff and power chords, we'll learn the B chorus, a short solo, and four rocking guitar fills. At the end we'll get pyschedelic with some feed back and delay loops before we do our play-along.
    •       (Tom Finch) I Just Want To Make Love To You Tom will show you the killer riffs and solo to this classic rock cover of a blues tune. There are lots of call and response lines, lots of tight riffing and some great sounding harmonized lines.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) I Me Mine Mike will show you all 4 guitar layers in this song. Guitars 1 and 2 are overdriven electric guitars that add leads as well as some solid rhythm in the bridge section. Guitar 3 is an acoustic guitar that strums the verse chord progression, while Guitar 4 is an acoustic guitar that adds some cool single note lines to the section.
    •       (Anders Mouridsen) I Put A Spell On You Anders Mouridsen is going to break down and play through all the guitar parts of "I Put A Spell On You" as made famous by Creedence Clearwater Revival. There is so much to be learned from this song, and in this tutorial we'll talk about how the song structure holds all that tension, how the rhythm guitar parts work so well together, and how your lead guitar playing gets as expressive as the solo in this classic version of a classic song.
    •       (Douglas Showalter) I Ran Got your big seagull-wave hairdo all sculpted? Okay then, it's time to learn the 80s new wave classic "I Ran", by Flock of Seagulls. We'll take you through the delay settings, the simple yet effective verse lick, the chords for the verse and choruses, the solos, and play it all through to a backing track.
    •       (Douglas Showalter) I Walk Alone This series of song lessons examines the 90s alt rock tune "I Walk Alone" by Oleander. We'll break down the chords and form, rhythms, pentatonic bends and swells, and get our groove on by jamming with the full backing track at the end. To cap it all off, you'll jam along by yourself!
    •       (Mike Olekshy) I Wanna Be Sedated In this series of lessons, Mike Olekshy will teach you the punk rock anthem "I Wanna Be Sedated", as made famous by The Ramones. Mike will take you through the tones, the song intro, the verse and chorus chords and progression, the one note guitar solo, then brings it all together in a final performance.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) I Want To Break Free In this song tutorial, Mike Olekshy will teach you "I Want To Break Free", as made famous by Queen. We'll start with an introduction to the song and talk about gear and tone, then plunge into the intro crunch and harmony elements. Next up is the acoustic guitar in the verse, followed by the bridge crunch, harmony, and acoustic parts. We'll look at the interlude acoustic part before we move on to the play along performance, then you'll take over for the jam along.
    •       (Henrik Linde) I Want to Hold Your Hand In this tutorial Henrik Linde will show you how to play the guitar parts to the Beatles classic "I Want to Hold Your Hand". There are several guitars layered in with jangly tones, neat melodic licks & riffs, clever chord changes that support the great songwriting!
    •       (Mike Olekshy) I Want You In this set of song lessons, Mike Olekshy will teach you "I Want You", by Kings of Leon. Mike will start with a song overview and a look at the gear and tones, then get into the opening main riff/verse. You'll then learn the guitar 1 chorus, guitar 2 verse, and guitar 3 chorus parts. We'll follow with guitar 2's re-intro, then break down the guitar 4 solo and outro. We'll conclude with a play along performance, then a jam along.
    •       (Tom Finch) I Want You To Want Me In this tutorial we'll visit the live classic made famous by Cheap Trick in 1979, "I Want You To Want Me". Tom Finch will talk a bit about the gear and tone, then teach you the intro, the hook, the verses, pre-chorus, and chorus; the two solos; and the outro. Then we'll play it along with the full backing track.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) I Was Made For Lovin' You This is a disco-era departure from classic Kiss, but there are still lots of great grooves, licks and riffs to be found here! There are two distinct electric guitar layers in this song. Guitar 1 provides the foundation of the tune, focusing on the groove and playing riffs. Guitar 2 adds some lead fills to the mix. Both parts come together with some complimentary interaction.
    •       (Douglas Showalter) I Will Buy You A New Life In this set of twelve lessons, Douglas Showalter will lay out all the parts to "I Will Buy You A New Life", as made famous by Everclear. This one has multiple guitars, and you'll learn what each one plays in the A, B, and C sections of the song. The we'll look at the song ending, followed by a play-along performance.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) If I'd Been The One In this series of lessons, Mike Olekshy will teach you "If I'd Been The One", by 38 Special. Mike will introduce the song and talk about gear and tone, then get into all of guitar #1's parts for the verse, pre-chorus, chorus, solo rhythm, and bridge. Then we'll learn the parts for guitar #2 and #3 for those same sections, followed by a full performance play along. We'll finish with a single guitar performance, and a jam along.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) If She Knew What She Wants In this song tutorial, Mike Olekshy will break down all the parts in the song "If She Knew What She Wants" by The Bangles. Mike will tune you in to the tones and effects, then teach the lead and clean arpeggios in the intro. Then we'll examine the crunch and harmonized guitars in the chorus, and the clean verse. Next up is the bridge rhythm, the second re-intro, and the bridge lick. The solo is next up, and and third re-intro. Last is the third guitar through the last chorus, then we'll do a performance and a jam along!
    •       (Mike Olekshy) In And Out Of Love Mike will show you how tune kicks off with a muscular riff alternating with a simple melody. Then he show you all the pop metal moves, from power chords, triads, dynamics, palm muting, to some awesome rock lead guitar techniques.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) In Bloom In this set of lessons, Mike Olekshy will teach you the song "In Bloom", as made famous by Nirvana. Mike will take you through the gear and tones, then dig into the playing lessons. He'll show you the intro riff, then the verse and chorus, the punked-out solo, then play it through in a performance.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) In The Next Room In this set of 13 lessons, Mike Olekshy will teach you "In the Next Room", by Neon Trees. Mike will take you through the gear and tones, then break down the intro and verse riff, followed by the chorus and pre-chorus parts. Then we'll examine the various parts in the bridge, and look at the details of the outro solo. As always we'll do a full performance play along at the end, and then a jam along to the backing track.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Interstate Love Song In this set of lessons, Mike Olekshy will teach "Interstate Love Song", by Stone Temple Pilots. Mike will give a synopsis of the lessons and discuss gear and tone, then present the intro parts on acoustic, electric, and slide before slamming into the signature main riff. The verse and chorus parts that comprise most of the song are next, then we'll do a play along performance, a single guitar performance, then a jam along where you take over.
    •       (Lee Wanner) Is This Love In this series of song lessons, Lee Wanner will teach you the 80's power ballad "Is This Love", by Whitesnake. Lee will go over the gear and tone to start, then break down the two guitar parts in the verses and choruses. Then it's on to the harmonized leads in the chorus and the short solo, and the main solo. We'll bring things to a close with a full performance and a jam-along.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) It's All Over Now Mike will show you 2 clean electric guitar layers. Guitar 1 uses an arpeggiated approach to ouline the chord progression, while Guitar 2 adds some R&B and rock influenced chord stabs and punches. Guitar 2 also plays an aggressive and energetic guitar solo.
    •       (Lee Wanner) It's Been A While Lee Wanner will be taking you through "It's Been Awhile" by Staind in these 12 videos. After introducing the song and going through the gear and tones, Lee will pick apart the verse elements: clean electric arpeggiations, acoustic strumming, leads, and distorted guitar. We'll follow that with the chorus parts - heavy distorted rhythm and lead fills - and then the same for the bridge section. Lee will then do a full performance play-along, and we'll mute all the guitars for the final video.
    •       (Henrik Linde) It's My Life In this set of 9 guitar lessons, Henrik Linde will break down all the details to the song "It's My Life", as made famous by Eric Burdon & The Animals. Henrik will talk about getting the tone and vibe first, then start digging into the licks and chords in the intro, verse, and pre-chorus. Next you'll learn the chorus chords, and the overdubbed chromatic line. Finally you'll play through the song with Henrik, then on your own in the Jam Along.
    •       (Lee Wanner) It's Not My Time In this tutorial Lee Wanner will teach you the dynamic rocker "It's Not My Time", by 3 Doors Down. Lee will start with an overview and the gear and tones, then break down the intro clean guitar and reverse leads. Next up is the chorus rhythm riff and octaves and the clean and distorted guitars in the verse; after that we'll look at the distorted guitar and lead in the bridge. There's a short solo to learn before we do a play along performance, and to cap it off you'll jam along with the "band".
    •       (Sharon Aguilar) It's Still Rock and Roll to Me Sharon will show you all the fun guitar parts to this song: the chords, triplet/shuffle rhythms, and layered guitars that make up this great rock song.
    •       (Douglas Showalter) It's Time In this tutorial, Doug Showalter will teach "It's Time", by Imagine Dragons. We'll introduce the tune then talk about gear and tone, then learn the intro melody adapted to guitar. Next is guitar 2 in the 1st verse and chorus, then the interlude/second verse before we learn the bridge parts. We'll return to the choruses for a couple of parts, then learn the outro. We'll conclude with full and single guitar performances, then a jam along.
    •       (Dave Celentano) It’s Not Love Dave will show you all the rocking guitar layers in this tune that starts out quiet and sneaky with finger-plucked diads. Eventually it blasts into huge swaggering riffs and dynamic variations from quiet to blasting, all over a deep rocking groove. There’s also a short, but tasty guitar solo.
    •       (Anders Mouridsen) Jailhouse Rock In this series of lessons we'll break down the parts of the 50s classic "Jailhouse Rock", as made famous by the inimitable Elvis Presley. The guitarist on the original recording is Scotty Moore, of the fathers of early rock 'n' roll. He tuned down for this song to accommodate Elvis' vocal range. You'll learn the form of the song, the feel of the rhythm, the solo, and play through the whole classic tune with a play along. Let's rock!
    •       (Anders Mouridsen) Jealous Again In this tutorial I'll be breaking down every note of the song "Jealous Again" as made famous by The Black Crowes. Most of this song is played in an open G-tuning and learning these guitar parts will give you enough open G-rock vocabulary to last for years. There's a killer guitar riff in the intro, lots of solid rock rhythm guitar throughout the song and a rippin' solo at the end!
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Jeremy In this tutorials, Mike Olekshy will teach "Jeremy", as made famous by Pearl Jam. Mike will open with introducing the song and talking about gear and tone, then dive into the layered guitar riffs in the verses. The guitars in the chorus will follow, then we'll look at the bridge unison lines before we examine the outro and ending. We'll end with full and single guitar performances, then a jam along.
    •       (Anders Mouridsen) Jessica In this tutorial you'll learn all the guitar parts of the classic instrumental southern rock song "Jessica", as made famous by The Allman Brothers Band. It's a 7 minute long instrumental jam tune with a very catchy melody, harmonized by two electric guitars. There's also a great extended guitar solo and a classic acoustic guitar riff that hooks you in immediately. This song is a goldmine of the blues/rock/country guitar vocabulary, and is a lot of fun to play by yourself or jam on with your band.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Jessie's Girl In this series of lessons, Mike Olekshy will take you through "Jessie's Girl", as performed by Rick Springfield. Mike will discuss the gear and tones, then dive right into the main riff/hook and second guitar part therein. Mike will then teach you the chorus riff, and the 2 parts in the bridge. Then we'll take a look at the solo, and the outro to the tune. We'll take it all out with a play-along performance.
    •       (Douglas Showalter) Jesus Christ Pose In this tutorial Doug Showalter will teach "Jesus Christ Pose", as made famous by Soundgarden. Doug will go over the song and the gear and tones, then teach the feedback intro. The main riff on both guitars is up next, then verse 1; the licks for guitar 2 follow. We'll break down the pre-chorus and chorus after that, then take on the bridge before we do full and single guitar performances and finish with a jam along.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Jingle Bell Rock In this series of lessons, Mike Olekshy will teach you "Jingle Bell Rock", by Bobby Helms. Mike will give a lesson overview and look at the gear and tones, then delve into the intro lick. We'll follow that up with the fills and rhythm parts in the verses, then learn the bridge of the song. The outro fills and rhythm parts come next, then it's time to do a full play along, a single guitar performance, then you take over in the jam along.
    •       (Hanspeter Kruesi) Jingle Bells In this tutorial we'll learn the Christmas song "Jingle Bells" in a rock style, with power chords along with a very cool rocking jam track. I'll introduce the song to you in the first lesson, then I'll teach you the chords. You'll learn to play the melody in a rock style in lesson three, which will help you a lot with your soloing. To end we'll put it together and play through the song.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Join Together Mike will show the electric guitar part that plays 2 solos and a muscular riff throughout. The tune starts out with a synth pulse, drums, jaw harp and harmonica that take us through the first verse of the song. Next, the guitar enters dramatically with a bold guitar solo. The guitar then settles into an energetic single note riff played unison with the bass for a powerful sound.
    •       (Henrik Linde) Joy to the World In this series of lessons, Henrik Linde will teach you "Joy to the World", by Three Dog Night. After an overview and a look at the gear and tones, Henrik will dive into the verse parts for both guitars. Next up are the chorus parts for the hook of the song, then you'll learn the key change and the leads. We'll do a play along performance, then show you how to do a single guitar performance, then end with the jam along.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Jumpin' Jack Flash Mike will show you 2 guitar layers. Guitar 1 is the main rhythm guitar layer that provides the iconic, tough, solid riffing throughout the song. Guitar 2 adds some high voicings and melodies that add sparkle and ornamentation to the riffs.
    •       (Dave Celentano) Just Breathe Dave will show you the acoustic guitar part played finger-style using Travis picking. There’s also an electric played with a clean tone that adds flavor and fills on the second half of the song.
    •       (Anders Mouridsen) Just My Imagination (Running Away With Me) In this tutorial we're gonna break down the studio version of "Just My Imagination" as made famous by The Rolling Stones. This studio version of this song is chock full of great rhythm guitar playing! In these lessons we'll break down each of the guitar parts and look at how they all contribute to the overall sound of the track. After we've broken down the three guitar parts, I'll play through the song, and we'll talk about how you can adapt everything you learn to other musical contexts.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Just What I Needed Mike will show you all the parts of this 80s era rock classic that features some solid rhythms and killer leads. There are power chords, barre chords, palm muting, syncopation, and a synth melody arranged for guitar!
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Keep Your Hands to Yourself In this song tutorial, Mike Olekshy will be tell you no lies as he teaches the southern rock hit, "Keep Your Hands to Yourself", by The Georgia Satellites. After looking at the gear and tones, Mike will dig in to the intro riff and the role of guitar #2. Next up is the first short solo, then the main solo and the rhythm underneath. Then we'll examine the lead double stops, and the outro lead licks. Lastly, Mike will play the song through in a play-along, then we take out all the guitars so you can play the parts yourself to the backing track.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Kings And Queens In this set of song lessons, Mike Olekeshy will teach you "Kings And Queens", by 30 Seconds to Mars. After giving an overview and talking about the tones and tuning, Mike is going to get into the opening two guitars and how they interplay. Following that is a look at the sparse verse, the verse counterpoint, and the 2nd verse delay. Then it's on to the ascending octaves, and the arpeggiated outro. Last up is is a play along, then you'll take over in the jam along!
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Kryptonite In this set of fourteen lessons, Mike Olekshy guides you through all the parts to the alt rock song "Kryptonite", as made famous by 3 Doors Down. Mike talks about the gear and tone, then tunes you in to the arpeggiated chord riff and the strumming. There's an effected single line motif that he'll show you, and the crunch guitar in the verses and chorus. There's some variations in the verses that you'll learn as well, and a main guitar solo with the rhythm parts underneath plus an outro solo. Then we'll play the song through with a backing track.
    •       (Anders Mouridsen) La Grange In this series of lessons, Anders Mouridsen will teach you the blues-rock classic "La Grange," by ZZ Top. Anders will introduce the tune and go over the gear and tones, then break down the main riff. Next up is the rhythm part under the solo, and solo #1 in two parts. There's a turnaround riff that we'll learn, then solo #2 in two parts. To conclude, we'll do a play along performance, and then you take over in the jam along.
    •       (Henrik Linde) Lady Picture Show In this tutorial Henrik Linde will teach "Lady Picture Show", by Stone Temple Pilots. Henrik will talk about the song as a whole then the gear and tone, then he'll get into the song intro. The verse follows, and the 2 guitars in the chorus; then we'll learn the Leslie guitar before we take on the bridge. The slide part is next, then we're going to get into the solo. We'll learn the solo rhythm parts before we do our performances and jam along.
    •       (Lawrence Katz) Last Train To Clarksville 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.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Lateralus This song has 1 guitar layer tuned to dropped D that transitions from a lower dynamic clean sound all the way to full out high gain crunch. It’s a lengthy song with an arrangement that takes its time in building each section from quiet, atmospheric passages to full out syncopated riffing.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Legs In this series of lessons, Mike Olekshy will teach you "Legs", by ZZ Top. Mike will give you an overview of the song then talk about gear and tones; then you'll learn the guitar 1 and 2 parts for the intro and verses. We'll move on to the chorus section - then the first solo - before we look at the rhythms under the solo and outro. You'll learn the outro solo, then do a play along; we'll end with a single guitar performance and a jam along.
    •       (Anders Mouridsen) Let It Be In this tutorial, Anders Mouridsen will teach "Let It Be", as made famous by The Beatles. Anders will talk about the song and the gear and tones, then start in with teaching the piano part on acoustic guitar. Next we'll look into the chorus of the song, followed by the breakdown riff. Next are the elements of the solo; then the extended chorus. We'll review the song form before doing full and single guitar performances, then a jam along.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Let My Love Open The Door Mike will show you the one clean electric guitar playing the chord progressions. This song can also easily be played on acoustic guitar.
    •       (Douglas Showalter) Let's Go In these lessons Douglas Showalter will teach you the new wave hit "Let's Go", by The Cars. Douglas will introduce the song and discuss gear and tone, then dig right in to the intro section. We'll then break down the verse parts, and the pre-chorus, before we take on the chorus. Next is the post-chorus melody, then the song's outro. We'll finish with full and single guitar performances, then a jam along.
    •       (Douglas Showalter) Lifestyles of the Rich And Famous In this song tutorial, Douglas Showalter will teach you the parts to "Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous", as made famous by Good Charlotte in the early 2000's. You'll learn the verses and the variations thereof, the pre-chorus and main chorus, the second pre-chorus, the bridge, the final chorus, and the crescendo ending. Then we'll do a performance play along, then a jam along.
    •       (Dave Celentano) Lightning Crashes Dave will show you the 3 electric guitar layers in this classic rock tune that uses an iconic arrangement alternating between loud and quiet dynamics.
    •       (Tom Finch) Listen to the Music In this eight lesson tutorial, Tom Finch will teach you the classic rocker "Listen to the Music", as made famous by The Doobie Brothers. Tom will go over the gear and tone, then dive right into the infectious opening riff that's such a powerful hook. Tom will then break down all the details for the verse, the chorus, and the soft floating bridge. He'll end with showing you the lead fills that occur in the outro, and then do a full play-along performance.
    •       (Henrik Linde) Lithium This six lesson song tutorial will teach you "Lithium", as made famous by Nirvana. Henrik Linde will explain the tones, then talk about and demonstrate the central chord progression for the intro, verse, and chorus. Then we'll look at the bridge and outro sections, and cap it off with a full performance play along and a jam along.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Little Lies In this set of lessons, Mike Olekshy will teach "Little Lies", by Fleetwood Mac. This one is mostly campfire style, and after an overview and the gear and tones Mike will teach the intro and bridge. Next are the acoustic verse and chorus parts, followed by the verse electric guitar. We'll then adapt the synth hook to guitar, and do a full performance. You'll learn the campfire single acoustic, then do a "guitar karaoke" jam along.
    •       (Tom Finch) Locomotive Breath Tom will show you all the guitar parts to this iconic 70s rocker: the intro, the verse rhythm, verse lead, and the outro. The song is in the key of E minor and is in 4/4 time with a tempo of 124 BPM.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Long Live Rock Mike will show you the 2 guitar layers in this song. Both guitars use a crunch sound with Guitar 1 playing rhythm and Guitar 2 playing lead throughout. The song opens with a basic rock boogie that recalls the early blues and rock that The Who was influenced by. The verse kicks in with a mostly classic I IV V blues progression. There’s also a bridge sectoin with some big chord accents and some low dynamic arpeggiations that build back into the verse groove.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Long Time In this tutorial Mike Olekshy will teach you to play the classic rock anthem “Long Time” as made famous by Boston. This is a larger than life classic rock anthem that features timeless soaring vocal melodies and harmonies, powerful guitar riffs, soaring guitar leads and lines, and high drama the whole way.
    •       (Tom Finch) Long Train Runnin' In this song tutorial we're going to learn to play the classic rock hit "Long Train Runnin'" as made famous by the Doobie Brothers in 1973. Written by Tom Johnston, this tune features one of the most signature rhythm guitar parts of its time. This is a great example of a high energy funk-rock song propelled by stereo electric guitars and spiced up with cool and colorful acoustic guitar counterpoints. We'll check out the gear & tone, we'll learn the signature rhythm guitar part, the acoustic guitar counter parts, the 12 bar chord progression, some rhythmic variations, and the four guitar outro. Finally we'll put it all together and jam with the backing track!
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Lookin' Out My Back Door Mike will show you all 4 guitar layers that are tuned down a full step from standard tuning. Guitar 1 is an acoustic guitar that strums the chord progressions throughout the song. Guitar 2 is a clean electric guitar that plays the chord progressions using boom chick strumming with some single note walkups and walkdowns. Guitar 3 is an acoustic guitar tuned to open G a full step down from standard tuning, playing some tasty slide parts. Guitar 4 is a clean electric guitar that plays 2 guitar solos that occur in the song.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Loser In this song tutorial, Mike Olekshy will be teaching you "Loser", by 3 Doors Down. Mike will tune you in to the gear and tones then take off into the clean arpeggiated intro. Next is a look at the verse progression and rhythmic accents that give the song its "thrust", followed by the crunch chorus part, the bridge section and riff, and the guitar solo. To end you'll play along with Mike through the whole song, then jam along with the "band" by yourself.
    •       (Henrik Linde) Louie Louie Here's one of the most recognizable riffs in guitar history! When you hear the three chords in "Louie Louie" as made famous by Motorhead, you know exactly what song it is. In this seven lesson tutorial, Henrik Linde will walk you through everything you need to know to play this easy rocker: the great main riff, the tone, the verse rhythm variations, the second guitar, and the solo, followed by a full performance play along.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Love Gun "Love Gun" as made famous by Kiss is a 70s classic that was written for the arenas the band was playing at the time. The tune features an uptempo swing groove with some heavy slabs of rhythm guitar, and some great rock licks.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Love Song In this tutorial Mike Olekshy will teach "Love Song", by Tesla. After a song synopsis and the gear and tones, Mike will detail all the elements within the cool acoustic intro. Then we're on to the electric part in the intro followed by the layered verse and 1st chorus. Next is the killin' solo, then last chorus and solo. We conclude with full and single guitar play alongs, then you take over in the jam along.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Love, Reign O’er Me Mike will show you the 2 guitar layers in this song. Guitar 1 is an acoustic guitar that lays the foundation of the tune with some steady, consistent strumming. Guitar 2 is an electric guitar that plays melodies, fills, and leads throughout the arrangement.
    •       (Douglas Showalter) Low In this set of lessons, Douglas Showalter will teach you "Low", by Cracker. Doug will talk about what you'll learn in the lessons then a bit about gear and tone before laying out the chords and acoustic strumming. The electric motif is next followed by the verse leads, then we'll learn the chorus. The solo comes next, then we'll do a full performance, a single guitar performance, and a jam along.
    •       (Henrik Linde) Lullaby In this song tutorial you'll learn the song "Lullaby", as made famous by Shawn Mullins in 1998. Henrik Linde will lead you through the various parts of this hit song, showing you the open G tuning, the acoustic playing in the verses and choruses, the electric rhythm parts, and the solo. Then he'll put it all together in a final performance playalong with a custom backing track.
    •       (Dave Celentano) Machinehead Dave will show you the 2 electric guitar parts in this song that use grungy distorted tones and classic alternating quiet and loud dynamic levels to dramatic effect.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Magic Mike will show you the 3 guitar layers in this song. Guitar 1 is a crunch electric guitar that plays simple power chord rhythms throughout. Guitar 2 is a clean electric guitar that handles some chord arpeggiation to add texture. Guitar 3 is an overdriven lead guitar that gets a great solo and some cool lead fills at the faded outro.
    •       (Tom Finch) Magic Carpet Ride In this set of lessons, Tom Finch will join you on a psychedelic journey and show you how to play "Magic Carpet Ride", as made famous by Steppenwolf. Tom will get into the gear and tone, then show you how to play the intro noises; then he'll break down the classic rhythm riff in the verses and choruses. Next up is the moody post-chorus section, which leads us into the jam section and the call-and-response leads. We'll end our magic carpet ride with a play-along.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Magic Man In this tutorial Mike Olekshy will teach you "Magic Man", by Heart. Mike will discuss the tones, then teach the intro and verse rhythm. We'll look at the intro lead next, then learn the chorus rhythm; then it's leads and a solo in the re-intro. Chorus 3 leads a variation are next, then the rhythm under the solo. The next 4 lessons break down the 2 main solos, then we look at the song ending. A performance and jam along finishes things up.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Make It With You In these song lessons, Mike Olekshy will break down all the parts in the soft rock song "Make It With You", by Bread. After introducing the song and examining gear and tones, Mike will lay out the acoustic verse, re-intro, and solo rhythm, then the electric verse, re-intro, and the guitar solo. After a look at the outro, we'll do a play along, a single guitar performance, then a "guitar karaoke" jam along.
    •       (Anders Mouridsen) Makes Me Wonder In this song tutorial, we'll be dissecting all the funky goodness within the song "Makes Me Wonder", as made famous by Maroon 5. There's a lot of phat grooves and quirky twists going on in this tune, and Anders "The Man" Mouridsen will guide you through the gear and tone, the main funky riff, the various bubble licks, the underlying harmony for all the sections, the chord progressions throughout the song form, then lay it all in the pocket in a final play along.
    •       (Anders Mouridsen) Meet Virginia In this series of nine lessons, Anders Mouridsen will teach you "Meet Virgina", as made famous by Train in the 1990's. We'll look at the tone and gear, the main single note muted riff, along with the compressed second single note guitar part. Then Anders will bring you to the full-out chorus of the song, followed by the thrashy solo. We'll come down in dynamics for the breakdown verse, then amp it up again as we look at the ending jam. As always, Anders will do a full performance of the song, and you can play along.
    •       (Anders Mouridsen) Message In A Bottle In this eight lesson tutorial we'll be learning the song "Message in a Bottle", as made famous by The Police. This tune broke as a hit on the cusp of the 1980s, and was one the of the songs that propelled The Police to superstardom. Anders Mouridsen will teach you the jazzy, driving main verse riff, the harmonized guitar part that goes along with the main riff, the rockin' first half of the chorus, the quiet reggae second half, the leads, and he'll also talk a bit about the tone and effects. As always, he'll play it all through in a full performance.
    •       (Anders Mouridsen) Message of Love In this song tutorial we're going to break down every note that is played on "Message Of Love", as made famous by The Pretenders. There's a lot of interesting harmony and great guitar playing on this song! We'll be focusing on all the elements that give this song it's unique sound: the tone, the main guitar riff, the song form and rhythmic accents, the melodic riff "solo", the outro chorus, and a full performance at the end.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Middle of the Road This song tutorial is all about the raw, in-your-face rock classic "Middle of the Road" as made famous by The Pretenders. Mike Olekshy takes you through the song: the gear and tone, the main opening riff, the single note verse riff, the fiery solo (in three parts), the two parts in the breakdown, and then a full performance with vocals.
    •       (Anders Mouridsen) Mississippi Queen In this classic rock song tutorial, Anders Mouridsen will show you all the parts to "Mississippi Queen", as made famous by Mountain. After talking about the tones, Anders will teach you the intro riff, rhythm and solo. You'll then learn the verse which is loosely based on the 12 bar form and continues throughout the song. Anders will teach the lead fills and main guitar solo, then conclude with a play along and you take over in the jam along.
    •       (Tom Finch) Mockingbird In this tutorial, Tom Finch will teach "Mockingbird", as made famous by James Taylor and Carly Simon. Tom will start with an introduction and a look at the gear and tones, then detail all the parts for guitar 1: the intro, verses 1 and 2, the solo rhythm, the key change, then verses 3 and 4 and the outro. After that Tom will do the same for all the sections for guitar 2, then we'll conclude with play alongs and a "guitar karaoke" jam along.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Modern Day Cowboy Mike will show you this mid-tempo arena rocker that features lots of fast legato licks, powerful meaty riffs, and some acoustic guitar layering that adds plenty of texture and dynamic.
    •       (Sharon Aguilar) Monday, Monday In this set of lessons, Sharon Aguilar will teach "Monday, Monday", by The Mamas and the Papas. After a song introduction and a peek at the gear and tone, we'll learn the 2 guitar parts in the first A sections. We'll look at the guitars in the first B section; then the 3rd A section and the 2nd B section. The song outro is next, before we do full and single guitar performance. Finally, you'll take over in the jam along.
    •       (Lawrence Katz) Money (That's What I Want) In this song tutorial we're going to learn the classic rocker, "Money (That's What I Want)". This song has been recorded over years by many different artists and bands, most notably The Beatles. Here, we'll use the Flamin' Groovies version. You'll learn the signature riff, the simple 12 bar blues-based form (which you'll find in all versions of this song), different ways to change it up and make it your own, ideas on adding a solo, and a rocking play-along at the end.
    •       (Lawrence Katz) Mony Mony Billy Idol gave us his famous sneer in the 80s, and this remake of the classic 60s song Mony, Mony was one of his hits. In this song tutorial, Lawrence Katz takes you on a tour of the verse, pre-chorus, chorus, bridge, and all the hook licks that drive the song.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) More Than A Feeling In this tutorial, Mike Olekshy will teach "More Than A Feeling", as made famous by Boston. Mike will teach all 5 guitar layers in this tutorial. A 12 string acoustic kicks off the song with an iconic arpeggiated riff that appears in all the verse sections. A clean electric guitar adds some ringing harmonics and arpeggiated chords. A crunch guitar sets the chorus sections on fire, and two additional lead guitars add some melodic harmonized leads. All of these guitars appear throughout the tune creating a rich tapestry of sound that became an industry standard of how to multi-layer guitars in the studio.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) More Than A Feeling (Made Easy) In this tutorial, Mike Olekshy will teach a made easy version of "More Than A Feeling", as made famous by Boston. Mike has made an easy arrangement of this classic rock tune using an acoustic guitar, basic strumming and mostly open chords. There is also a bonus lesson teaching the iconic acoustic intro that kicks off the song!
    •       (Anders Mouridsen) Move It On Over Want to learn some slide guitar? In this series of nine lessons, Anders Mouridsen will teach you the burnin' blues rock song "Move It On Over", covered by George Thorogood in 1978. Anders will go over the tones and open G tuning, and get into the rhythm guitar grooves. From there, he'll pick apart every note in all three slide solos, plus some lead variations. Then he'll show you the ending of the song, followed by the play-along performance.
    •       (Douglas Showalter) Movin' Out (Anthony's Song) In these lessons, Doug Showalter will teach "Movin' Out (Anthony's Song)", by Billy Joel. We'll start with a song overview and the gear and tone, then it's time to learn the dropped D riff followed by the ska-ish chords and rhythm. We'll break down the pre-chorus parts next, which will lead us to the chorus. We'll learn the harmonized guitars in the outro before we do full and single guitar performances, then you'll take over in the jam along.
    •       (Henrik Linde) Murder By Numbers In this six lesson tutorial, Henrik Linde will take you through "Murder By Numbers", as made famous by The Police. We'll take a look at the tone and effects, then the jazzy chords and voicing used in the verses, choruses, and bridge. The we'll tie it all together; Henrik will perform the song so you can play along, then it's your turn to jam along by yourself with the "band".
    •       (Mike Olekshy) My Best Friend's Girl Mike will show you 3 electric guitar layers in this song. Guitar 1 is the main rhythm guitar playing steady muted chord progressions throughout. Guitar 2 uses a more distorted tone for some cool riffing. Guitar 3 is the lead guitar that adds a clean sparkle with some country-rockabilly licks and parts.
    •       (Michael Eisenstein) My Own Worst Enemy In this song tutorial, USA Mike explains everything you need to know to get started with the song "My Own Worst Enemy", as made famous in 1999 by Lit. Mike teaches you the two guitars parts - one playing an octave part in an upper range, and another playing a heavier chord part in the lower range - and looks at the elements in the hooky intro, the verse, chorus, the brief solo; then plays it all through in a playalong with a backing track.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) My Sweet Lord Mike will show you the 3 guitar layers in this song. Guitar 1 is an acoustic guitar with a capo at the second fret that forms the strumming foundation of the tune. Guitars 2 and 3 are clean electric guitars that add some iconic unison and harmonized slide licks.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) My Wave Mike will show you all the parts to this 90s grunge classic that features awesome riffing using a very unusual tuning and some odd time signatures. There are 2 guitar layers in this tutorial. Guitars 1 and 2 are crunch guitars tuned to an open B & E tuning.
    •       (Anders Mouridsen) Nadine In this song tutorial, Anders Mouridsen will break down all the elements of the class rock 'n' roller "Nadine", by Chuck Berry. We'll give you an overview of the song, then look at the gear and tones; after which we'll detail the intro riff. Then we'll look at the verses: one basic, and the other the more advanced that occurs later. A fun additional lesson will be learning the horn part, then we'll end with the play along and the jam along.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Nice To Know You In this song tutorial, Mike Olekshy will take you through the very cool tune "Nice To Know You", as made famous by Incubus. This is a hip, effected song with odd meters and interesting feel. You'll learn how to get the tone and how to dial in the effects for this song, how to play the main riff and get the feel of the odd meter phrasing, the clean guitar strumming in the pre-chorus and bridge, the variation on the main riff and ending to the tune. As always, you'll play along to the whole thing with our custom backing track!
    •       (Mike Olekshy) No Matter What In this set of lessons, you'll be joining Mike Olekshy to learn "No Matter What" by Badfinger. We'll start with a song overview and a look at the gear and tones, then get right into the main riff and guitar 2's backbeat rhythm for the A section. We'll follow with both guitar's parts for the B section, then look at a third A section part. We'll move on to the slide solo, then a third B section guitar; to end you'll play along with Mike then jam the song on your own.
    •       (Anders Mouridsen) No More Mr. Nice Guy In this ten lesson tutorial, Anders Mouridsen will take you through all the parts in "No More Mr. Nice Guy", made famous by Alice Cooper. Anders will talk about the tone and effects, the classic main opening guitar riff, the rhythm guitars, the chords and accents in the pre-chorus, the hooky chorus parts, the bridge, and the outro. He'll top it all off with a full performance play along, and don't forget to use the A-B looping function in the video player to repeat the slow-plays if you need to!
    •       (Mike Olekshy) No Particular Place to Go In this series of song lesson, Mike Olekshy will teach "No Particular Place To Go", by Chuck Berry. Mike will introduce the song and talk about gear and tone, then break down the Chuck in and verse groove. Rhythm lessons for the verse and solo are next, then the main solo followed by the outro solo. We'll do a full performance play along and a single guitar performance, and finish with a jam along.
    •       (Douglas Showalter) No Rain Blind Melon's "No Rain" is an early 90's hit that has one of the most memorable guitar hooks in rock-n-roll. While the hook itself is an essential part of the song, there are also other guitar parts within the track that are equally as exciting to learn. In this tutorial, we will give you a step by step look at how to play the melodies, acoustic guitar parts, and guitar solos within this famous song.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) No Sugar Tonight In this set of lessons, Mike Olekshy will teach you "No Sugar Tonight", by The Guess Who. After giving an overview of the song and talking about gear and tones, Mike will take you through the intro and outro acoustic and electric parts in 3/4. Then we're in 4/4 time, and will examine the acoustic strumming in the verses. Next up is the chorus acoustic and electric parts, then we'll do a play along. Last, you'll play the song by yourself in the jam along.
    •       (Lee Wanner) No Time In these 14 song lessons, Lee Wanner will be teaching you "No Time", by The Guess Who. Upon completing a synopsis and a look at gear and tones, Lee will proceed with the acoustic parts for the verse, pre-chorus, and chorus, then the same sections for the electric guitar. Next up will be the catchy hook, with the pre-solo lead and the first and second solo's to follow. Last, we'll do a play along, then a jam along where you take over.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Nobody Told Me Mike will show you the clean electric guitar playing a steady foundation throughout the song. The tune features 3 distinct sections. The verse plays a main riff that features some interesting suspended chords and cool syncopation. The guitar plays unison with the piano in the pre-chorus with a single note melody. The chorus modulates to a different key with a more adventurous chord progression.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Nobody's Fool This 14 lesson set contains some great 80s playing. Mike Olekshy is your instructor for "Nobody's Fool", by Cinderella; he'll give you insight into the gear and tones, then take off into the main arpeggiated riff, the crunch and clean guitar in the choruses, the short solo, and the bridge. Then Mike will break down the main solo in 3 parts and get into the outro soloing before he finishes it off with a full performance play-along. Then it's your turn; you'll be the guitar player in the jam along video!
    •       (Lee Wanner) Nothing But A Good Time This group of song lessons is all about the 80s classic "Nothing But A Good Time", as made famous by Poison. Lee Wanner will take you through the intro riff, the cool guitar solos, the song form and chord progressions, some tips on the tone and tuning, all followed up with a full play through at the end.
    •       (Henrik Linde) Oh, Pretty Woman In these lessons, Henrik Linde will break down the parts to the song "Oh, Pretty Woman", by Roy Orbison. Henrik will examine the gear and tones, then dive straight into the classic single-note intro riff. We'll follow up with the verse elements on acoustic and electric, then look at the bridge acoustic and electric parts, and the song outro as well. You'll do a play along with Henrik, then we'll mute the guitars so you can jam along with the band.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Old Brown Shoe Mike will show you the 2 guitar layers in this song. Guitar 1 is an electric guitar that holds down the rhythm of the song. Guitar 2 is an overdrive electric guitar with a Leslie Speaker effect that lays down a killer solo.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Old Time Rock And Roll Mike will show you the two guitar layers in this classic rock tune. There is a rhythm guitar that pays a steady boogie riff chord progression throughout and a lead guitar which lays into some classic rock fills and soloing.
    •       (Douglas Showalter) On Call In this series of lessons, Douglas Showalter will teach you "On Call", by Kings of Leon. We'll start with the usual overview and gear and tones, then look at the guitar intro. Next up are the 3 choruses in one lesson, followed by the second verse. The solo is next, taught in two parts; then we'll do a full performance, and single guitar performance, and finish with a jam along.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) On The Road Mike will show you the 2 electric guitar layers in this tune. Guitar 1 is the rhythm guitar that plays some jangly chord progressions, while Guitar 2 is the lead guitar playing searing licks throughout.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Once Bitten, Twice Shy In this series of eleven lessons, Mike Olekshy will be teaching you the song "Once Bitten, Twice Shy" as made famous by Great White. Mike will teach you the boogie pattern based off the power chord; the verses and choruses and re-intro; the second rhythm guitar; the main guitar solo plus the outro solos; and of course a full play along performance at the end.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) One Thing Leads to Another In this set of lessons, Mike Olekshy will teach you "One Thing Leads to Another", as made famous by The Fixx. Mike will start with a song overview, then a look at the gear and tones; then launch into the funky riff that is played throughout the tune. Mike will then show you the synth melody, adapted for guitar. To conclude, we'll do a play along performance, then a jam along.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) One Week In this tutorial, Mike Olekshy will teach you "One Week", by Barenaked Ladies. After a song introduction and a look at gear and tones, Mike will lay out the acoustic parts for the chorus, verse and pre-chorus. The electric verse and chorus come next, then we'll examine the interlude parts. There'll be a single guitar verse lesson, then the full and single guitar performances. We conclude with a jam along.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Ooby Dooby Mike will show you both guitar layers. Guitar 1 is a clean electric guitar layer that alternates between a steady, strummed rhythm and some early rock leads played with plenty of attitude. Guitar 2 is an acoustic guitar that strums the chord progression, adding a solid foundation throughout.
    •       (Henrik Linde) Outshined In this tutorial Henrik Linde will teach "Outshined", by Soundgarden. Following the song introduction and gear & tone, Henrik will teach the main riff for both guitars in the intro and verses. Next are the pre-chorus parts, which lead to the chorus elements. We'll learn the guitar solo and the last verse lead; then the bridge parts before we do our full and single guitar play alongs. We'll cap it off with a "guitar karaoke" jam along.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Outside In this song tutorial, Mike Olekshy will be teaching you "Outside", by Staind. Mike will get into the tones and tuning to start off, then break down the acoustic strumming and clean electric arpeggios in the verses. The heavy crunch guitars are taught in the choruses, followed by the re-intro and bridge. Mike will examine the solo then show you the outro to the tune, and close it out with a full performance.
    •       (Christopher Schlegel) Pachelbel Canon In D Baroque & Roll In this tutorial we will learn a rock style arrangement of Pachelbel's "Canon In D". Because this piece was originally in Baroque style, it was written for a string group (violins, violas, cellos). But, we are going to learn it in a rock guitar style. So, we'll call it "Baroque and Roll"!
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Paint It Black Mike will show you all the guitar parts to this rock classic: the single note melodies and riffs, open chords, acoustic strumming patterns, and even adapt the iconic sitar lines for guitar.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Peace of Mind Mike Olekshy will show you how to play all the parts to the iconic "Peace Of Mind" as made famous by Boston. This is a classic rock anthem with all the essential ingredients: an acoustic intro, soaring vocal melodies, and guitars layered into a powerful arrangement with crunching rhythm riffs and screaming harmony leads.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Peace Of Mind (Made Easy) Mike will show you the song in it's simplest form, playing the chord progressions using open and barre chords and simple strumming patterns. This tutorial is perfect for not only beginner players, but advanced or intermediate players who aren't interested in learning the many electric parts and leads on the recording, but still wish to learn the song to play in a campfire or sing-along acoustic setting!
    •       (Douglas Showalter) Peggy Sue Got Married Douglas will show you how to play a version of this song which features a single guitar playing rhythm guitar throughout, along with a second guitar playing the guitar solo.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Personal Jesus In these lessons, Mike Olekshy will show you the parts to the electronic alternative dance hit "Personal Jesus", as made famous by Depeche Mode. Mike will teach you the tuning and tone, the iconic single note riff, the verse chords, the chorus, the slide guitar part, the the strumming in the outro.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Photograph Mike Olekshy will show you all the guitar parts to this massive radio hit that features some great acoustic and electric guitar layering. There are 3 guitar layers. Guitars 1 and 3 are an acoustic guitar, while Guitar 2 is a crunch electric guitar that is crucial to the dynamics of the song.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Pinball Wizard Mike will show you the 2 guitar layers in this song. Guitar 1 is an acoustic guitar that lays the foundation of the tune with some steady, energetic strumming. Guitar 2 is an electric guitar that plays rhythm and fills throughout the arrangement.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Plush In this tutorial, Mike Olekshy will teach "Plush", by Stone Temple Pilots. After a song introduction and gear and tones we'll launch into the main riff of this grunge hit, then get into the verse parts. The pre-chorus chords and strumming are next, then the powerful chorus. Mike will detail the 2 guitars in the bridge, including the arpeggiations, before he guides you in a play along and one guitar performance. We'll end with a jam along.
    •       (Tom Finch) Pretending Tom will show you the guitar part verses, the choruses, the solo and the outro. The song is in the key of E and is 4/4 time with a quarter note of approximately 100 BPM.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Pretty Fly (For A White Guy) Mike will show you the single electric guitar layer in this tune that uses a modern high gain tone to play power chords throughout.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Proud Mary Mike will show you the two guitar layers in this song. Guitar 1 is a clean electric guitar tuned one whole step down from standard tuning, playing both rhythm and lead guitar. Guitar 2 is also a clean electric that plays only rhythm, and is tuned to standard tuning.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Psychotic Reaction Mike will show you the two electric guitar layers in this song. Guitar 1 employs a fuzzed out tone to play a repeated single note riff and some frantic leads. Guitar 2 plays some strong rhythmic strumming with a 60s style clean tone.
    •       (Anders Mouridsen) Ramblin' Man In this tutorial you'll learn how to play the song Ramblin' Man as made famous by The Allman Brothers Band. This is one of my favorite Allman brothers songs with a distinct Southern vibe, interesting lyrics, beautiful vocal harmonies and lots of great guitar playing. There are quite a few guitar parts in this song and we're gonna break down every note; the harmonized intro, the strumming rhythm guitar that holds it all together, the first solo, the harmonized tag at the end of the song, the harmonized outro solo, the slide guitar and much more!
    •       (Henrik Linde) Rape Me In this set of song lessons, Henrik Linde will take you through the grunge tune "Rape Me", as made famous by Nirvana. Henrik will tune you in to the tone and gear first, then dish out the details of the intro and verses, the choruses, and the bridge. There's no solo in this one, so we'll tuck it all in with the full performance play along, then you'll jam along with the "band" on your own.
    •       (Hunter Perrin) Rebel Rouser In this tutorial, Hunter Perrin will teach you "Rebel Rouser", by Duane Eddy. Hunter will give a song overview, then talk about the gear and tone; then he'll break down the classic melody and rhythm parts in E. After that, we'll learn those same parts as they modulate to F, F#, and then G. We'll conclude with a full performance, a single guitar performance, then you'll take over in the jam along.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Rebel Yell In this song tutorial, Mike Olekshy will be teaching you "Rebel Yell", by Billy Idol. Mike will introduce the song and talk about the gear and tones, the dive into the great intro riff. The low and high verse riffing is next, then more riffing in the chorus lesson. Mike will examine the whammy fills before going into the guitar solo; then it's on to the interlude and the last chorus before we do a play along and a jam along.
    •       (Tom Finch) Reelin' in the Years In this song tutorial, Tom Finch will detail all the elements in "Reelin' In The Years", as made famous by Steely Dan. We'll talk about gear and getting the right tones, we'll learn three (yes, three) guitar solos, a slew of tasty guitar fills, the rhythm guitar parts, as well as the melodic hook and harmony line. After all that, we'll wrap it up and rock with the backing track, featuring Tom's vocals.
    •       (Henrik Linde) Refugee "Refugee" is truly a classic song, made famous by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers in 1979. Great songwriting and guitar playing, along with great taste in arranging. We'll be looking at the form and chords of the intro, verses, pre-chorus, chorus, and bridge. Also, we'll look at how Mike Campbell lays down some very complimentary licks and melodies without interfering with any vocals or any other instrument in the band and simply adds a really nice vibe to the song.
    •       (Henrik Linde) Remedy In this tutorial we'll learn the gritty rocker "Remedy", as made famous by The Black Crowes. Henrik Linde will take you through the open G tuning, the melodic guitar hook, the elements that make up verse and chorus, the guitar solo, the bridge and outro jam, then a play along to finish it all off.
    •       (Henrik Linde) Revolution Henrik is here to show you all the iconic guitar parts to "Revolution" as made famous by The Fab Four. There's a screaming guitar lick that gives way to classic rock'n'roll riffing and soloing.
    •       (Henrik Linde) Right Here, Right Now In this series of six guitar lessons, Henrik Linde will take you through the parts to "Right Here, Right Now" as made famous by Jesus Jones. Henrik will show you the song intro, the verse guitars, the chorus, the "solo with attitude", and finally put it all together in a final play along performance.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Rikki Don’t Lose That Number There are 2 guitar layers in this song. Guitar 1 is an acoustic guitar that plays the iconic opening double stop riff as well as some chord arpeggiations and strums throughout. Guitar 2 is a clean electric guitar on the edge of breakup that adds some great rhythm and fills in the choruses as well as a killer guitar solo.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Roam In this set of song lessons, Mike Olekshy will be teaching you "Roam", as made famous by the B-52s. First Mike will discuss the tone and effects, then get into breaking down the signature single-note riff. Then it's on to the chords and progression, followed by the riff variations. Then we'll take a look at the bridge of the song, and the outro chords and lick. We'll end the roaming with a full performance play-along.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Rock and Roll All Nite In this set of lessons, Mike Olekshy will teach you "Rock and Roll All Nite", by Kiss. Mike will introduce the song to you then discuss gear and tones, then start in with breaking down the intro and verse riffing. The pre-chorus and chorus parts are up next, then we'll get into the pentatonic-based solo. We'll learn the song ending before we do full and single guitar play along performances, then you'll take over in the jam along.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Rock And Roll Band Mike Olekshy will teach you to play "Rock & Roll Band" as made famous by Boston. This is a classic rock anthem with all the essential ingredients: soaring vocal melodies, and guitars layered into a powerful arrangement with crunching rhythm riffs and screaming harmony lead licks.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Rock and Roll Fantasy In this series of nine guitar lessons, Mike Olekshy will show you how to play the classic rock song "Rock and Roll Fantasy", as made famous by Bad Company in 1977. Mike will explain the gear and tone, then show you the line played with an octaver pedal. You'll learn the rhythm guitar and trill, the verse and arpeggio chorus; then the guitar solo and the song outro. As always, we'll play it all though in a final full performance; then it's your turn to jam with the backing track.
    •       (Tom Finch) Rock and Roll Hoochie Koo In this set of song lessons, Tom Finch will teach you the song "Rock and Roll Hoochie Koo", as made famous by Rick Derringer. Tom will talk about the gear and tones, then start in on the famous intro riff. He'll break down the verse and choruse section, the rhythm part that's played under the solo, the rippin' solo, then the outro to the song. As always, there's a playalong performance of the whole song at the end.
    •       (Anders Mouridsen) Rocky Mountain Way In this set of lessons, Anders Mouridsen will teach you all the parts to the song "Rocky Mountain Way", as made famous by Joe Walsh. We'll examine the gear and tone and effects, and the great opening riff. The Anders will take you through the first slide solo, and the verse and chorus structures. After that, you'll learn the next two slide solos and the talk box solo, followed by the final epic slide solo that takes the tune out. To end, we'll play it all through in a play along performance, then a jam along.
    •       (Anders Mouridsen) Roxanne Here we're taking a close look at another Police classic, "Roxanne". This song was a huge hit and broke The Police into stardom. It's another example of Andy Summers unique style of rhythm and chord voicings, and Sting's songwriting approach of incorporating reggae rhythms and . Anders Mouridsen will break down the gear and tone, the intro rhythm, the song form (verses, pre-chorus, and chorus), the interesting chord voicings, and the play it through in a full performance.
    •       (Anders Mouridsen) Runaround This series of song lessons takes a look at the alt-rock 90s hit, "Runaround", by Blues Traveler. Anders Mouridsen takes you through the 4 chord progression, how to play the chords and strum the rhythms, the electric guitar part, and the song's dynamics and orchestration. This is a great one to play on your own on acoustic guitar!
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Runaway In this series of song lessons, Mike Olekshy will be teaching you "Runaway", by Del Shannon. Mike will introduce the song then talk about gear and tone, then get right into the intro riff and verse strumming in the song. We'll look at the pre-chorus strumming and modulation next, which will lead us into the chorus hits. As a bonus, Mike will teach you the classic Musitron solo, adapted for guitar. We'll conclude with a play along performance, then you take over in the jam along.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Rusty Cage Mike will show you all 3 guitar parts in this grunge rock classic that features some driving and grinding riffage using a dropped-B tuning. From the intro echoing call and response single note motif to the bone crunching slow grind groove at the end with unusual time signature changes, it's all here.
    •       (Michael Elsner) Santa Monica In this series of lessons, Michael Elsner will teach you the alt-rock song "Santa Monica", as made famous by Everclear. Michael lays out the tones and the chords for you, then the intro and verse elements, the chorus and outro, the licks scattered throughout the tune, then plays it in its entirety in a play along performance. Lastly, you'll jam along by yourself with the backing track.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Saturday Night Special In this tutorial, Mike Olekshy will teach "Saturday Night Special", by Lynyrd Skynyrd. Mike will introduce the song and discuss gear and tone, then launch into the signature main riff. The verse power chords and harmony riff follow, then the cool chorus riff. Next up are the verse solos and the main solo, then we'll move on to the full and single guitar play alongs. You'll take over in the "guitar karaoke" jam along.
    •       (Douglas Showalter) Saved by Zero Douglas will show you this new wave classic featuring lots of cool guitar parts and textures that give you a great representation of some of the guitar sounds heard in the early 80's. These include some funky, minor pentatonic licks, textured guitars with lots and lots of reverb, some cool guitar counterpoint, as well some ringing harmonics with a whammy bar and some effects.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Savin' Me Mike will show you all the acoustic and electric guitar layers in this song. There is also a thematic, emotional guitar solo.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Schism Mike will show the single guitar layer tuned to dropped D that transitions from a lower dynamic clean sound all the way to full out high gain crunch.
    •       (Anders Mouridsen) Secret Agent Man In this song tutorial, Anders Mouridsen with be getting his "spy" vibe on and teaching you "Secret Agent Man", as made famous by Johnny Rivers in the mid 60's. Anders will talk a bit about the tones on this recording, and delve into the classic "spy" main riff. He'll teach you the verses and choruses, and also the lead fills and melody-based solo. Then Anders will show you how to end the song, followed by a full performance play along.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) See Me, Feel Me Mike will show you the single electric guitar layer in this tune that plays some quietly strummed chords leading into an anthemic higher dynamic chord progression that serves as a grand finale. The tune consists three distinct sections - a short, quiet intro that sets an introspective mood, the “See Me Feel Me” vocal refrain, and the “Listening To You” finale section.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Send The Pain Below In this song tutorial, Mike Olekshy will break down the alt metal song "Send The Pain Below", recorded and performed by Chevelle. Mike will explain the gear and tones and dropped-B tuning to start. Then we'll examine the main riff of the song, followed by the verse and bridge elements. Mike will finish it off with a full performance play along, then you'll jam along with the "band" on your own.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Sequestered In Memphis In this series of lessons, Mike Olekshy will teach you "Sequestered In Memphis", by The Hold Steady. We'll look at the song as a whole and discuss gear and tone, then break down the great main riff in the intro. Next up is the verse riff, then the riff for the pre-chorus. The lead fill licks come next, then we'll do a play along and a single guitar performance. Last up is the jam along, where you take over.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Sex And Candy In this short five lesson tutorial, Mike Olekshy will teach you the post-grunge hit "Sex and Candy", as made famous by Marcy Playground. Mike will tune you into the gear and tone, the strumming in the verses, the power and barre chords used, the chorus, then set it all to sail with a final play-along performance.
    •       (Lee Wanner) Sex On Fire In this series of song lessons, Lee Wanner will be teaching you "Sex On Fire", by Kings of Leon. Lee will set up the song for you and discuss the gear and tones; then he'll dive right into the three interacting guitar parts that make up the verses and some variations. Next you'll learn the two parts in the choruses. We'll conclude with a play along performance, then you'll take over in the jam along.
    •       (Michael Elsner) Shake Me In this set of lessons, Michael Elsner will give you the low-down on the 80s hard rocker "Shake Me" as made famous by Cinderella. Michael will take you through the basic tones; the chord progressions in the verses, choruses, bridge, and underneath the solos; what the three guitars are playing in the breakdown; the short lick in the turnaround; then all three solos that occur in the song. As always, you can play along with a full performance with our custom backing track!
    •       (Caren Armstrong) Shambala This series of lessons will be on the song "Shambala", by Three Dog Night. Caren Armstrong will teach this one, starting with an introduction to the song and a brief look at the gear and tone. The following lessons will examine the chords used, the song form, and the rhythm and strumming; then Caren will teach the A, B, and C sections of the song. You'll do a play along performance with Caren before you take over and play the song by yourself.
    •       (Anders Mouridsen) Sharp Dressed Man Anders will teach you all the fantastic rock guitar playing in this tune. First there's the call & response based main riff, then a rocking rhythm guitar part, then a slide solo followed by a standard blues-rock licks solo.
    •       (Dave Celentano) She Loves You Dave will show you how to play this Beatles classic! While there are two guitars on the original recording, we’ll simplify things in this lesson by arranging both parts for one guitar. The song is in the key of G major, standard tuning, and 4/4 time at a tempo of about 150 BPM.
    •       (Anders Mouridsen) She Will Be Loved In this song tutorial we'll be learning "She Will Be Loved" by Maroon 5. This is a very melodic pop song that was a big hit, and there's a lot going in the tune. We'll be learning the "jazzy" main verse riff, the delay lead, the other overdubbed guitar parts that make up the "wall of sound" choruses, and the slide guitar part for the outro. At the end there's a full play-along performance with the full "band".
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Shout It Out Loud In this set of lessons, Mike Olekshy will teach "Shout It Out Loud", by Kiss. We'll start with an overview of the song and a look at gear and tone, then dig into the harmonized guitars in the intro. Next is the barre chord riffing in the verse, followed by some "Stones style" riffing in the pre-chorus; then we have the anthemic chorus part. We'll take on the rippin' solo before we do full and single guitar performances, then a jam along.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Silent Lucidity In this series of lessons, we'll be learning the hit "Silent Lucidity" as made famous by Queensryche. This is an acoustic based, cinematic, and dynamic song that flows through a rich orchestral arrangement. It features some lovely arpeggiated guitar textures and a simple melodic guitar solo that plays more of a supportive role to the song. We'll explore acoustic guitar fingerpicking and arpeggiation, flatpicking on the acoustic, extended chords, and clean, chimey single note motifs. We’ll also talk about how all these techniques provide cool textures that seamlessly incorporate themselves into a dense orchestral production.
    •       (Anders Mouridsen) Simple Man In this song tutorial, we'll be taking a look at "Simple Man", as made famous by Lynyrd Skynyrd. Anders Mouridsen will talk about the gear and tones to dial in, then break down the arpeggiated parts for you. Then it's on to a cool doubled riff that they play in lieu of the chorus after the 1st verse; then the chorus part, the guitar solo, and the rhythm part under the solo. We'll do a full song performance and a jam along for the finale.
    •       (Caren Armstrong) Simple Man (Made Easy) In this series of made easy guitar lessons, Caren Armstrong will teach you "Simple Man", by Lynyrd Skynyrd. After an introduction, Caren will detail the three basic open chords used throughout the entire tune, with some tips on how to shift between them. Next you'll learn the strumming pattern, with tips on how to stay relaxed and steady. Caren will then guide you through a slow-play, then a play along performance, then you'll take over in the jam along.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Since I Don't Have You Mike will show you two guitar layers. Guitar 1 is an electric guitar that digs into some soaring melodic leads and some R&B influenced staccato rhythms. Guitar 2 is an acoustic guitar that strums and arpeggiates the chord progressions throughout the tune.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Sins of My Youth "Sins of My Youth", by Neon Trees, is a bright modern pop/rock song. In these nine videos, Mike Olekshy will teach you all the parts you need to know including the gear and tones, the main riff, the verse elements, the pre-chorus and bridge, the guitars in the chorus, and wrapping it all up with a play-along performance and a jam with the backing track.
    •       (Dave Celentano) Sister Christian Dave will show you all the great layers to this iconic tune. The piano intro has been adapted and arranged for guitar. There are lots of great electric guitar parts as the song goes from a quite introspective dynamic to dramatic loud and anthemic. And then, he'll show you the lyric, fluid, legendary whammy laden solo.
    •       (Tom Finch) Sister Golden Hair In the lessons in this song tutorial, Tom Finch will be teaching you "Sister Golden Hair", by America. Tom will first look at the gear and tones, then he'll launch into the intro of the song. Then it's straight through the rest of the form, examining the role of each guitar in the verse, the chorus, and outro. Tom will lead you through a play along, then you take over and jam by yourself with the backing track.
    •       (Tom Finch) Slow Ride In this set of lessons, Tom Finch will be teaching you the song "Slow Ride", by Foghat. Tom will give you an overview of the tune and talk about the gear and tones, then dig right into the classic main riff. Next up is the chorus, followed by a look at the verse and pre-chorus sections. The last three lessons will break down the post-chorus, the melody, and the outro, then we'll finish with a play along.
    •       (Dave Celentano) Smoke On The Water Dave will show you all the parts to this classic tune from the iconic opening riff, to the verse & chorus riffing to the climatic solo.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Smokin' Mike will teach you all the great boogie rock riffs in this classic rock anthem with all the essential ingredients: a massive swinging groove with swagger to spare, soaring vocal melodies, and plenty of powerful power chord based riffs. Rare for a Boston song, there is only one guitar layer in this tutorial.
    •       (Lee Wanner) Smokin' in the Boys Room In these lessons Lee Wanner will teach "Smokin' in the Boys Room", by Motley Crue. Lee will talk about the song then dial in the tones before laying out the intro and verse parts. The shuffle chorus follows, then the rhythm part under the solo. Lee teaches the leads during the choruses, which segue into the non-slide and slide solos. We'll look at the outro guitars before we do a play along and the jam along where you take center stage.
    •       (Andy Gurley) Sneakin' Sally Through the Alley If you ever had a simple song and needed a good band, the N'awlins recipe says: add The Meters. If you've already got The Meters, add Robert Palmer. It's an all-star groove that will give you a plate full of feel, and we'll break the song apart and see how the layered parts create such funkiness. From the signature guitar hook to the simple open chords of the bridge, to the layers and bits of slide, there's a challenge for all levels here.
    •       (Lee Wanner) So Far Away In this song tutorial, Lee Wanner will teach you "So Far Away", by Staind. After covering the tones and tuning, Lee will get into the clean electric in the verse, followed by the chorus rhythm and lead. After a look at the bridge electric, Lee will get into all the acoustic parts in the tune. Then it's time to play the song through in a full performance along with Lee, and we'll end by muting the the guitars so you can jam along with the "band".
    •       (Douglas Showalter) So Lonely In these lessons, Douglas Showalter will teach "So Lonely", as made famous by The Police. Doug will introduce the song and talk about gear and tone, then teach the first verse rhythms and licks, then the 1st chorus. We'll move on to verse and chorus 2, then learn the rhythm under the solo. The solo is next in two parts; then we'll look at the outro choruses and the bridge. We'll end with full and single guitar performances, and a jam along.
    •       (Douglas Showalter) Sold Me Down The River In this tutorial Douglas Showalter will show you how to play "Sold Me Down The River" as performed by The Alarm. This song features a single electric guitar in drop D tuning, using a biting tone with plenty of overdrive, compression and reverb. This guitar carries the song, playing a mixture of strong melodies, call and response licks, along with a really cool solo.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Something Mike will show you the 2 guitar layers in this song. Guitar 1 is a clean electric guitar through a Leslie Rotary speaker that plays rhythm guitar throughout. You'll need a capo placed at the 3rd fret for Guitar 1. Guitar 2 is a slightly overdriven electric that plays the singing leads in the tune.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Something About You Mike is here to teach you this classic rock anthem! He'll cover the whole thing, all four guitar layers, clean guitar playing the moody intro, crunch rhythm guitar playing great riffs and two lead guitar layers that play memorable melodies and scorching classic rock licks.
    •       (Henrik Linde) Song 2 "Song 2" was made famous in the 1990's by Blur, and was their biggest hit in the US. Henrik Linde will teach you about the use of the fuzz tone, the simple chord progression that goes throughout the tune and really functions as a riff, the rhythm and strumming elements, the changed drop D tuning in the chorus, the harmony octaves, and as always the full performance play-through to finish it off!
    •       (Douglas Showalter) Soul Meets Body In this group of lessons, Doug Showalter will teach you "Soul Meets Body", as made famous by Death Cab for Cutie. After a song overview and the gear and tones, we'll look at the intro part. Next up are the verse and chorus parts (with a bonus electric part), followed by the bridge. You'll learn the song's ending, then move on to a full performance play along, a single guitar performance, and a "guitar karoake" jam along.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Southbound In this set of 9 lessons, Mike Olekshy will teach you "Southbound", as made famous by Thin Lizzy. Mike will give an overview and talk about the gear and tones, then start the trip south with the intro and verse rhythm. Next we'll break down the harmonized guitar motif that's a big signature in the tune. Following that is the chorus parts, then the solo. We'll conclude with a play along performance, then you take over and play by yourself in the jam along.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Spill the Wine In these songs lessons, Mike Olekshy will teach you "Spill the Wine", by War. Mike will introduce the song then talk a bit about gear and tone before diving in to the main single note lick that is played throughout the song. Then we'll adapt the keyboard part to the guitar; we'll conclude with a play along performance and a "guitar karaoke" jam along.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Spirits In The Material World Mike Olekshy has become one of our Police experts, and in this tutorial he'll teach you the guitar parts to "Spirits in the Material World", as made famous by The Police. Mike will talk about the gear and tone, then teach you the ska verse, the lines in the chorus, the ascending/descending chords in the bridge, and as a bonus he'll show you the synth line melody on guitar. Then it's time to play the whole song in a play-along performance.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Spoonful Mike will show you how this song is essentially one chord, one riff, and plenty of dynamics. The lone electric guitar plays single note lines throughout, adding both unison, as well as call/response support to the vocal. The whole performance is a great opportunity to practice how to hold down the song with only one guitar layer in the context of a power trio.
    •       (Douglas Showalter) Spoonman In this set of lessons, Doug Showalter will teach "Spoonman", by Soundgarden. After introducing the song and talking about gear and tone, we'll dive into the kickin' signature riff of the song. Next we'll explore the rhythm elements in the verse, chorus, and pre-solo, then detail the guitar solo. We'll learn the bridge and the outro before doing full and single guitar performances, then a jam along to conclude.
    •       (Douglas Showalter) Stellar "Stellar" is a seriously cool song made famous by Incubus, with lots of intriguing tones, colors, and rhythmic movement. Douglas Showalter will teach you everything here, talking about the tones and use of effects as he moves through the lessons. You'll learn the bending and sliding in the verse, setting up the vibe of the song; the the simple four bar pre-chorus with distortion; the powerful progressive rock choruses using an octave pedal; the interlude with reverb and phaser; the bridge; and the ending with a bang! As always, we'll perform the whole song through with the "band".
    •       (Douglas Showalter) Still In Hollywood This set of lessons takes a look at the song Still in Hollywood, as made famous by Concrete Blonde. This is a fairly simple song, but it seriously rocks and has loads of punk energy. You'll learn the form, the power chords and punk vibe, the hooks, the use of the whammy bar, a play along, and a jam track to cap it off.
    •       (Dave Celentano) Still In Love With You Dave will show you all the leads & rhythm parts to this classic tune. If some of the material in this lesson is over your head, Guitar Tricks rock courses can help you get up to speed on the techniques and ideas powering these rhythms and solos.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Street Fighting Man Mike will show you a composite of all the guitar parts from the original combined into one distinct guitar part using a basic chord progression that can be played all the way through. The acoustic guitar is tuned to Open D Tuning (like the original recording), but he'll also include a bonus lesson that will teach you how to play the song in standard tuning.
    •       (Tony Lee) Strutter Tony Lee will show you how to play "Strutter" as made famous by Kiss. There is a lot of hard rocking classic rock riffing and lead licks in this iconic arena rocker.
    •       (Douglas Showalter) Sugar We're Goin' Down Sugar We're Goin' Down is a pop-punk anthem made famous by Fall Out Boy in 2005. This tune is raw and hard-hitting yet melodic. You'll learn the verses and choruses, pre-choruses, change-ups in the song, what the two guitars are doing, and cap it off with a jam to the backing track. We're goin' down!
    •       (Tom Finch) Summertime Tom will show you all the intricate details of this classic cover of an iconic Gershwin tune. There are plenty of guitar parts to keep busy from clean to distorted, from delicate and pretty to loud and screaming.
    •       (Henrik Linde) Summertime Blues In these six lessons, Henrik Linde will teach you "Summertime Blues", recorded and performed by Eddie Cochran. Henrik will go over the vintage tones, then show you the famous guitar hook riffs, the acoustic guitar, and the 12-string guitar part. Then we'll bring it to a close with a full performance play along, and jam along.
    •       (Geoff Earley) Superman In this tutorial we'll learn this cover hit made famous by R.E.M. in 1986. We'll take a look at the chords and strumming, the form of the song, the tone and vibe, a play along, and finally a jam along.
    •       (Douglas Showalter) Surrender In this tutorial we're going to show you how to play the song "Surrender" as made famous by Cheap Trick in the late 1970's. Both a live and studio recording success for the band, "Surrender" continues it's success today by it's extensive use in TV shows, movies, and video games. Douglas Showalter is going to cover how to play all the rhythm guitar tracks as well as giving you a chance to work through each section before playing the full play-along at the end.
    •       (Anders Mouridsen) Susie Q In this set of 10 videos, Anders Mouridsen will teach you "Susie Q", as performed by Creedence Clearwater Revival. Anders will give an overview and talk about the tones, then dive into the classic riff. You'll then learn the verses, and the rhythm guitar. The next 3 lessons are all solos, then you'll do a play along performance and then you're on your own in the jam along.
    •       (Douglas Showalter) Suspicious Minds In this tutorial we are going to learn how to play "Suspicious Minds" as performed by Elvis Presley. This classic track features an up tempo feel that changes halfway through, and then comes back up for a huge outro that fades out the track. At the center of the song, guiding the whole track, is a telecaster electric guitar using a variety of cool techniques with a simple clean tone. These include some hybrid picking, some steady rhythm playing during the choruses, and strong, rhythm guitar playing on the back beat in 6/8 time along with arpeggios during the bridge.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Sweet Home Alabama Mike will show you all the guitar parts from the iconic arpeggiated open chords of the intro and main riff to the major pentatonic riffing, arpeggiated riffs, boogie-based rhythms, and some killer southern rock soloing techniques.
    •       (Douglas Showalter) Swing, Swing In these song lessons we'll investigate "Swing, Swing" as made famous by The All-American Rejects. Douglas Showalter will swing you through the parts to this pop-rock song, showing you the chords, the intro in two parts, the verse, pre-chorus, and chorus. Then he'll go into the solo, the bridge, and the harmonized guitars, and do a full performance play along for the finale.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Synchronicity II In this song tutorial of eleven lessons, Mike Olekshy crawls to the surface to teach you "Synchronicity II" as made famous by The Police. Mike will dish out all you need to know here: the tone and effects, the main intro riff, all the sections of the song that follow the lyrics, the dynamics, and more. There's power chords in here, clean arpeggiated riffs, single note motifs, and a wall of noise solo where you can really let loose!
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Take A Load Off In this set of lessons, Mike Olekshy will teach "Take A Load Off", by Stone Temple Pilots. Mike will give the usual song overview and talk about gear and tone, then he'll take off into the 2 verse parts. Next up is the cool chorus with the shift in meter, followed by the interlude. The rippin' solo is next, then we'll do full and single guitar performances before you take over in the jam along.
    •       (Henrik Linde) Take a Picture In this seven lesson series, Henrik Linde will teach you late 90s hit "Take a Picture", as made famous by Filter. This one is loaded with acoustic and electric guitar strumming! Henrik will dig into both with the chords and right hand rhythms, showing you the suspended chords that are used throughout the song. He'll also show you the lead octave part, and the use of volume swells.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Take Me In Your Arms (Rock Me a Little While) Mike will show you the 2 guitar layers in this song. Guitar 1 is a light crunch electric guitar that plays active rhythm parts throughout. Guitar 2 is an overdriven electric guitar that adds some R&B influenced rhythm stabs and a searing guitar solo.
    •       (Tom Finch) Takin' Care Of Business In this group of lessons we'll be learning the classic party hit "Takin' Care Of Business", by Bachman-Turner Overdrive. We'll look at the main riff which is such a classic guitar hook, the gear and tone, the rhythm guitar parts, the song form, the solos, the breakdowns, and the jam outro. Then we'll take of business and play it all through with our custom backing track.
    •       (Michael Elsner) Talk Dirty To Me In this set of 10 guitar lessons you'll learn all the parts to "Talk Dirty To Me" as made famous by Poison in the late 1980's. Our hard rock master Michael Elsner will teach you all of C.C. Deville's playing here: the chords you need to know to play the song and the chord progressions in the song sections; the palm muting technique and rhythmic concepts; the variations that occur; the overdubs; and of course the soloing! Once you get it all under your fingers you can play along in a full performance.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Talk To Me In this set of lessons, Mike Olekshy will teach "Talk To Me", as made famous by Stevie Nicks. After introducing the song and talking about gear and tone, Mike will dig into the repeating chord progression. Next up is guitar 2's capoed part in the choruses and in the second verse; then we'll look at how to play the synth melody on guitar. We'll do a full play along performance then a single guitar performance before you take over in the jam along.
    •       (Tom Finch) That Smell In this tutorial Tom Finch will teach "That Smell", by Lynyrd Skynyrd. After a song synopsis and the gear and tone, Tom will start off with the intro rhythm and solo. That leads to the verse and chorus; from there we'll start learning rhythms under the solos, plus the bridge. There's several solos following that as well as the interlude. We'll look at the final solo and do the outro before we do full and single guitar play alongs, then the jam along.
    •       (Douglas Showalter) The Anthem In this tutorial we're going to learn the pop-punk rock song "The Anthem", as made famous by Good Charlotte. Douglas Showalter will take you through the intro and interlude sections, the verses, the pre-chorus and chorus, the bridge of the tune, and the ending. He'll also teach you the effected guitar part in the song, and cap it all off with a play along performance.
    •       (Anders Mouridsen) The Boys of Summer In these eleven lessons, Anders Mouridsen will take you through the 80's classic "The Boys Of Summer", performed by by Don Henley. Anders will talk about the gear and tones, then teach you the leads that occur in the intro. Next up is the muted guitar in the verses, and the guitars in the chorus. We'll then look at more leads in the post-chorus, and the breakdown. There's some "seagull" effects that we'll break down, and some string scraping effects in verse three. We'll end the tutorial with the song outro, a play along performance, then a jam along.
    •       (Anders Mouridsen) The Boys Of Summer (Made Easy) Anders will show you how to play this song in a simple way, so you and other people can sing along and have some fun with it. He'll start with an easy way to adapt the intro riff. Then he'll show you how to adapt the bittersweet verse, upbeat chorus and breakdown.
    •       (Douglas Showalter) The Day I Tried To Live Douglas will show you all the cool guitar parts, played by two distorted guitars throughout the song. There's heavy palm muting, playing in 7/8 time, plenty of chromaticism, as well as some really cool chords and melodies utilizing a interesting altered tuning.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) The Disco Strangler In this song tutorial, Mike Olekshy will teach you "The Disco Strangler", by The Eagles. Mike will dive in with an introduction to the song and talk about the gear, tones and tuning; then he'll look at the verse 1 double stop "call" riff and the guitar 2 verse "response". We'll follow with the guitar 1 and 2 chorus parts, then do a play along performance. We'll conclude with a jam along where you take over.
    •       (Lee Wanner) The Final Countdown In this set of song lessons, Lee Wanner will be teaching you "The Final Countdown", as made famous by Europe. After an overview of the song and a look at the gear and tones, Lee will launch into the synth melody. Next up are the galloping rhythms that occur during the hook, the verse, and the solo. Lee will then detail the main guitar solo, then the guitar harmony. We'll land with a full performance, a single guitar performance, and a jam along.
    •       (Lisa McCormick) The First Cut is the Deepest In this song tutorial Lisa McCormick will teach you the parts to "The First Cut Is The Deepest". You'll learn the acoustic intro, verse arpeggio, chorus, some "ear candy", and do play-alongs designed for the acoustic parts. Then you'll tour through the electric guitar parts- the licks and riffs and solo, followed by electric guitar play-alongs. Create your own custom version by combining elements of these arrangements to suit your style and skill level.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) The House of the Rising Sun Mike will show you how this song uses a simple repeated chord progression in different ways to create an effective guitar accompaniment for the lyric story.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) The Kill (Bury Me) In this set of lessons, Mike Olekshy will teach you the epic song "The Kill (Bury Me)", as made famous by 30 Seconds to Mars. This one has lots of parts, and Mike will show you all of them in these 17 lessons. We'll go through the intro riff, the verses and choruses with the variations, the bridge, and the various octave parts. We'll put it all together at the end in a full performance, play along!
    •       (Mike Olekshy) The KKK Took My Baby Away In this series of song lessons, Mike Olekshy will be teaching you "The KKK Took My Baby Away", recorded and performed by The Ramones. Mike will look at the tone and tuning upfront, then get into the first verse and chorus elements. After that, Mike will break the 2nd verse into two parts as the progression changes up, then you'll learn the 3rd verse. The tutorial ends up with a look at the final chorus, then the full performance play-along.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) The Legend Of Wooley Swamp Mike will show you this southern rock gem that features some great storytelling complimented by some killer riffs. There are 3 guitar layers with great riffs and chord progressions, another electric playing rhythm and an overdriven electric guitar that plays some slide licks and fills.
    •       (Tom Finch) The Letter Tom will show you the simple, but steady and powerful strumming rhythm that drives this pop classic with a hand full of chords.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) The Real Me Mike will show you the one electric guitar layer in this tune that strums aggressively throughout. The guitar has a capo placed at the third fret. The song opens with the guitar playing full throttle open and power chords with an energetic groove. The chorus continues with aggressive strums and a new progression. There’s also a few extended high octane jam sections and a breakdown verse for dynamic contrast.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) The Rock Show In this set of lessons, you'll be learning the punk pop tune "The Rock Show", as made famous by Blink-182. Mike Olekshy will take you step-by-step through this fast and furious number, showing you the rhythm guitar, the main riff, the verse and chorus sections, the clean guitar on the bridge, then he'll do a full performance play-along.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) The Seeker Mike will show you the 2 guitar layers in this song. Guitar 1 is a gritty electric guitar that lays into a high energy riff throughout the tune. Guitar 2 is an electric guitar tuned to open E with a capo on the 5th fret that adds some interesting guitar layers to the arrangement.
    •       (Eric Barnett) The Source The Source is a beautiful and powerful instrumental guitar piece composed and performed by the instructor himself, Eric Barnett. In this tutorial, Eric will dissect his composition for you, showing you the structure, chords, voicings, and soloing techniques and approaches- plus some of his "compositional intent" behind the song.
    •       (Christopher Schlegel) The Star Spangled Banner Electrified In this tutorial we will learn an electrified arrangement of "The Star Spangled Banner". We'll start by working through melody, note by note, in E major. After we get the notes down, we'll focus on getting the best electric, overdrive tone for the tune. Finally, we'll add some performance flair by means trills and bending. Let's get started!
    •       (Henrik Linde) The Swish In this song tutorial, Henrik Linde will teach you "The Swish", by The Hold Steady. We'll look at the song as a whole and peek at the tones and gear, then launch into the intro parts for the 2 guitars. Next up is the jam section and the short lead part; Henrik will follow that with the verse and chorus elements. Then we're on to the mini solo, and the outro of the song. We conclude with a play along, then mute the guitar audio so you can jam with the band.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) The Way Mike will show you all the guitar parts, from the barre chords, chord arpeggiation, and Latin flavored strumming patterns, and some great Latin influenced melodic lead work.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) These Eyes Mike will show you the 2 guitar layers in this song. Guitar 1 is a clean electric that plays some R&B influenced rhythm guitar stabs throughout. Guitar 2 is an acoustic guitar that provides a sparkly layer of strummed chords.
    •       (Caren Armstrong) Thing Called Love (Made Easy) Caren will show you how to play along with this great swinging pop rock song that has a great bluesy beat, a little country style strumming and a fun chord progression that ties the whole thing together.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) This Is War In this song tutorial, Mike Olekshy will teach you "This Is War", by 30 Seconds to Mars. Mike will take you through the gear and tones, then delve into the single-note verse part and all the pre-chorus elements using delay and octaves. Next up are the different layers and variations in the choruses, followed by the tag section crunch guitar and melody. Lastly we'll look at the acoustic outro, and do a play along and a jam along.
    •       (Anders Mouridsen) Those Shoes In this series of lessons, Anders Mouridsen will break down the parts to "Those Shoes", by the Eagles. We'll give a song overview, then look at the gear and tones. Next Anders will talk about the overall harmony, then dig into the various harmonized talk box lines that play such a big part in the song. After that we'll learn the guitar solo, and follow with the outro jam section with hits. Finally there's a play along performance, then you'll jam with the backing track by yourself.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Thunder Kiss '65 This set of lessons takes you on a classic metal journey, teaching you "Thunder Kiss '65", as made famous by White Zombie. Mike Olekshy shows you all the parts to this song, examining the gear and tone, the numerous cool riffs in the verses, choruses, bridge, and under the soloing. Mike will also teach you all the soloing and lead fills, and finish off with a play-through performance.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Touch Of Grey Mike will show you all the great guitar parts to this song including the rhythm part barre chords and open chords, syncopation, and the melodic lead arpeggio based soloing.
    •       (Neal Walter) Treat Me Right In this set of lessons, Neal Walter will teach you the 80's classic "Treat Me Right" as made famous by Pat Benatar. This rockin' guitar song is built around a driving 12/8 triplet feel. We'll take you through the verse, the chorus, the accents and rhythms, the screamin' solo, and top it all off with a playalong.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Trippin' on a Hole in a Paper Heart In this series of lessons, Mike Olekshy will teach you "Trippin' on a Hole in a Paper Heart", by Stone Temple Pilots. Mike will give a synopsis of the song then talk about the gear and tone, then teach the verse of the song. Next comes the chorus section, followed by the guitar solo. We'll put it all together in a play along performance, then do a single guitar performance. We'll finish up with a jam along where you play the song by yourself.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Truckin' Mike will show you all 4 guitar layers. Guitar 1 is an acoustic guitar that strums a steady foundation to the whole song. Guitar 2 plays bluesy riffs with a clean tone, while Guitar 3 is a lead guitar that plays tasty fills and licks throughout the tune. Guitar 4 is an additional acoustic guitar that plays a cool lick in the intro.
    •       (Henrik Linde) Tubthumping In this song tutorial, Henrik Linde will take you through all the parts in the party song "Tubthumping", as made famous by Chumbawumba. Henrik will show you the intro and the main chord progression that occurs in most of the song, the distorted electric guitar that occurs during the choruses, the interludes, and the acoustic rhythms and wah-wah parts in the verses. As always, we'll do a full performance play along with the "band" to finish it off!
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Tumble In The Rough Mike Olekshy will show you all the guitar parts in this energetic, uptempo, and trashy grunge classic that features some crushing rhythm work and killer leads.
    •       (Lee Wanner) Turn Up The Radio In this song tutorial, Lee Wanner will be teaching you the hard rocker "Turn Up the Radio", by Autograph. Lee will start off with the gear and tones, then get into the details of the verse rhythm guitars and leads. Then we're on to the chorus section, and the main solo and intro and outro leads and solos. As always, we'll put a cherry on top by doing a full performance play-along, then a jam along!
    •       (Anders Mouridsen) Tush In this set of lessons, Anders Mouridsen will teach you "Tush", by ZZ Top. After giving an overview of the song and talking about the gear and tones, Anders will dive right into the main intro riff and the verse. The we're on to the slide solo in two parts, followed by solo #2. The we'll look at how to play all the parts using one guitar, to help in playing this song live. We'll end with a play along, then you take over and jam by yourself with the backing track.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Undun Mike will show you the two guitar layers in this song. Guitar 1 is the main jazzy guitar playing throughout the tune. Guitar 2 is an acoustic guitar that strums throughout much of the song and adds some sparkle while fleshing out the arrangement.
    •       (Henrik Linde) Unglued In this lesson set, Henrik Linde is going to teach "Unglued", by Stone Temple Pilots. Henrik will give an overview of the song then talk about gear and tone, then dig into the two guitar parts in the intro. Next up are the distinct verse rhythms for both guitars, then we'll hit the huge open chords in the chorus. We'll break down the edgy solo and solo rhythm after that, before we do full and single guitar performances and a jam along.
    •       (Lee Wanner) Unskinny Bop In these 13 videos, Lee Wanner is going to lay out all the details to the song "Unskinny Bop", by Poison. Lee will give a synopsis of what he'll be teaching, then talk about the tones and tuning, then he'll jump right into breaking down the various verse elements. Then you'll learn the licks and riffs in the pre-chorus, chorus, and bridge, followed by the solo. Lastly, Lee will teach the post-solo riff and the miscellaneous leads in the tune, and do a full performance play-along. In the final video, we mute the guitars so you can jam with the "rhythm section".
    •       (Lee Wanner) Untitled (How Could This Happen to Me?) In these song lessons, Lee Wanner will teach you "Untitled (How Could This Happen to Me?), by Simple Plan. After a synopsis and a look at tuning and tones, Lee will get you started on strumming the verse, and also a finger picked approach; we'll also teach these two approaches in the pre-chorus. Next is the strummed chorus, and we'll follow that with the acoustic under the solo, and the electric solo. Last is the play along, and the jam along.
    •       (Douglas Showalter) Unwell In this set of lessons, Douglas Showalter will teach you "Unwell", as made famous by Matchbox Twenty. After a song overview and a look at the gear and tones, we'll get into the intro and outro of the song. Next up is the 1st pre-chorus followed by the chorus; then on to the second verse and pre-chorus. Douglas will teach the bridge before moving on to the full performance. We'll do a single guitar performance, then it's time for the jam along.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Up Around The Bend Mike will show you 3 guitar layers. Guitar 1 is a crunch electric guitar that plays an iconic riff and some steady rhythm guitar under the vocals. Guitar 2 is an acoustic guitar that strums the chord progression throughout. Guitar 3 is the lead electric guitar that plays a solo and some great licks with a cleaner tone.
    •       (Tony Lee) Vasoline In this set of lessons, Tony Lee will teach "Vasoline", by Stone Temple Pilots. Tony will introduce the tune - then discuss the gear and tone - before teaching the intro guitar parts. We'll get into the verse parts then head to the chorus and a 2nd verse before we take on the bridge. The short but sweet solo is next; then we'll learn the song outro. Lastly we'll do full and single guitar performances, then you'll take over in the jam along.
    •       (Lee Wanner) Volvo Driving Soccer Mom In this series of lessons, Lee Wanner will break down the alt rock song "Volvo Driving Soccer Mom", by Everclear. After a look at the gear and tones, Lee will dive into the main riff, and the hooky chorus. Lee will then examine the bridge acoustic and electric parts, then the extraneous lead elements. Finally you'll play the song through, then be the lone guitarist in the jam along.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Voodoo In this short song tutorial, Mike Olekshy will take you through the vibey, moody rock song "Voodoo", by Godsmack. This shows the guitar in a supportive role and after looking into the tone and gear Mike will break down the simple, minimalist parts in the verses, choruses, and the bridge. As always, we'll conclude with a full performance play along, then you'll take over and jam over the backing track.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Walk Away In these lessons, Mike Olekshy will teach "Walk Away", written by Joe Walsh. After a song synopsis and a look at gear and tone, Mike will launch into the funky riffing in the intro, verse, and chorus sections. Following that, we'll break down all manner of leads and fills in the intro, outro, and verses; and of course the solo along with the harmony line. We'll do full and single guitar performances, then you take over in the jam along.
    •       (Douglas Showalter) Walking Disaster In these 13 guitar lessons, Douglas Showalter will teach you "Walking Disaster", as made famous by Sum 41. After giving you a song over view and a look at the gear and tones, we'll get into the slower tempo A and B sections. Next up are the fast-tempo parts: the lead-in, the verses, the pre-chorus, and the chorus. After that you'll learn the bridge and the interlude before we do a play along performance. Then you'll take over in the jam along, and perform the song by yourself.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Watching The Wheels Though there aren't any guitars on the original recording, Mike has arranged this song with 2 guitar layers. Guitar 1 is an acoustic guitar that strums a steady foundation by playing the chord progressions throughout. Guitar 2 is a clean electric guitar that accents the riffs and melodies played on the piano.
    •       (Henrik Linde) We Gotta Get Out Of This Place This tutorial is all about "We Gotta Get Out Of This Place", as made famous by The Animals in 1965. Henrik Linde will take you through the guitar tone, the types of chords used, the verse chords and rhythm, the chorus chords and tag, and then he'll play it all through for you in a final performance. For the finale, you'll play it yourself over the backing track.
    •       (Douglas Showalter) Welcome To My Life In this song tutorial Douglas Showalter will take a look at all the parts in the pop rock song "Welcome To My Life", recorded by Simple Plan. Douglas will talk about the gear and tone, and teach you the opening acoustic and electric parts followed by the first verse. Then he'll delve into the pre-chorus and chorus, along with the second verse and pre-chorus. There's no solo i this one, so you'll next learn the bridge, the final double chorus, and the ending to the song. We'll put it all together in a final play-along performance.
    •       (Lawrence Katz) What I Like About You This song has a lot of the same elements and energy as a British Invasion tune in the spirit of The Who. We'll talk about how to be a support player and how to build excitement throughout the song, and play the rhythm and strumming parts. Also learn to get that raw tone and play the main hook, then play through the entire song along with our backing track.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) What Is Life Mike will show you all 4 guitar layers in this song. Guitar 1 is a retro-overdriven fuzz electric guitar that leads the way prominently throughout the song. Guitar 2 is a clean electric guitar that strums the chord progression throughout and adds some cool arpeggiations in the verse. Guitar 3 is an acoustic guitar that strums the progressions all the way through. Guitar 4 is a clean electric that adds a few slide licks later in the arrangement.
    •       (Douglas Showalter) What It's Like In these lessons, Doug Showalter will take you through the acoustic hip hop song "What It's Like", recorded and performed by Everlast. This centers around an easy chord progression on acoustic guitar, and Doug will teach you the intro and bridge approaches, the verse and chorus changes, a sliding chord riff during a brief breakdown, and the outro chords and the electric guitar solo that goes over them, taking the song out. Then we'll play the song through in a play along, and then you'll jam to the backing track.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) What You Give In this tutorial Mike Olekshy will teach "What You Give", by Tesla. Mike will introduce this song then look at the gear and tone; then dive in to the intro and verse parts. Various pre and post chorus parts come next, then we'll learn the chorus rhythms and leads. Then we're off to more solos and rhythms before we take on the last chorus and the outro. We'll end with full and single guitar performances, then a jam along.
    •       (Douglas Showalter) What's My Age Again? In these lessons we'll be learning the power-pop punk song "What's My Age Again?" as made famous by Blink-182. Douglas Showalter will take you through the main arpeggiated guitar riff in the verse, the second verse, the elements of the choruses and how they change up, the instrumental bridge section, the outro variation and ending, plus a full play along to get you putting it all together and performing the song.
    •       (Tom Finch) What's Your Name? In this series of nine lessons, Tom Finch will teach you the southern rock song "What's Your Name" as performed by Lynyrd Skynyrd. Tom will talk about the gear and tone for the song, then teach you the opening intro riff which is also central to the choruses. You'll learn the verse riffs, the intricacies in the choruses, and both the solo and the rhythm pattern underneath. Tom will finish off with the song ending, and a full play-along.
    •       (Michael Elsner) When I'm Gone In this song tutorial, Michael Elsner will teach you the song "When I'm Gone", as made famous by 3 Doors Down. Michael will tune you in to the tones and chords used in this piece, then show you the intro/interlude/outro progression; he'll follow that up with the verse, chorus, and bridge elements. Michael will then teach you the various melodies in the intro/interlude/outro, then dive into the guitar solo. We'll finish off with a full play-through performance.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) While My Guitar Gently Weeps Mike will show you the 2 guitar layers in this song. Guitar 1 is an acoustic guitar that lays the foundation of the tune with some steady, consistent strumming. Guitar 2 is an electric guitar that plays rhythm, fills, and leads throughout the arrangement.
    •       (Anders Mouridsen) White Room In these ten lessons, Anders Mouridsen will take you through the classic rock song "White Room", by Cream. Anders will talk about the gear and tone, then teach you the iconic intro and main riff. Then we're off into the rhythm guitar playing and chorus parts, followed by all the lead fills and main solo. We'll finish things off with a full performance of the song, and a jam along sans guitars.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) White Wedding In this tutorial Mike Olekshy will teach you "White Wedding", by Billy Idol. Mike will give an overview and go over the gear and tones, then teach the intro guitar; then the main riff and the intro double stops and palm muting. Some chorus, verse, and interlude crunch parts are next, followed by the interlude clean riff and and fuzz; then the bridge lead, strumming, and crunch parts before we do a play along and the jam along.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Who Are You Mike will show you the 2 guitar layers in this tune. Guitar 1 is a crunch electric guitar that plays throughout most of the tune. Guitar 2 is an acoustic guitar that digs into an intense solo in the breakdown section.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Who Do You Love Mike will show you the slightly overdriven electric guitar layer in this song that handles both the rhythm and leads. The groove in this song is the Bo Diddley beat, which is a kind of clave (clah-vey) beat. The progression is essentially a 2 chord vamp (or groove) that repeats with a call & response riff between the vocals and the guitar. It gets played throughout the tune, both muted and wide open, with some cool leads thrown in for good measure.
    •       (Michael Elsner) Why I'm Here In this song tutorial, Michael Elsner will teach you the post-grunge song "Why I'm Here", as made famous by Oleander. We'll look at the chords used and the unusual tuning, the main verse riff of the song, and the heavy distorted chorus. The we'll learn the rhythm parts that occur under the solo, the intro and turnaround lead melodies, and the guitar solo itself. We'll top it all off with a full performance play along.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Wicked Garden In these lessons, Mike Olekshy will teach "Wicked Garden", by Stone Temple Pilots. Mike will talk about the song and the gear and tones, then launch into the intro. The verse riffing is up next, followed by the pre-chorus leading to the chorus. Incidental parts are next: the additional vibey 2nd guitar in the verse, and the brief slide part. We'll end with full and single guitar performances, then a jam along.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Wild Horses Mike will show you all the parts to this classic rock ballad based on R&B and country ideas. There are steady acoustic strumming, dynamics and harmonics, as well as some country-influenced lead techniques using a combination of acoustic and electric guitars.
    •       (Tom Finch) Wild One In this set of 12 lessons, Tom Finch will teach "Wild One", by Thin Lizzy. Tom will start with a song introduction then talk about gear and tone before he lays out the intro/chorus rhythm and leads. The verse parts are up next, then we'll look at the solo rhythm and the main solo. The outro rhythm follows, then the outro leads; then we'll do full and single guitar performances and end with a jam along.
    •       (Lawrence Katz) Wild Thing Wild Thing is truly a classic rock 'n roll song, and is an excellent tune for beginning electric players. Based on a simple I-IV-V progression, Lawrence Katz gives you a look at the open chords plus playing in a different position with power or barre chords. Add a few embellishments and how to solo, and you can play along with our custom backing track and performance at the end of the tutorial.
    •       (Christopher Schlegel) William Tell Rock In this tutorial we will learn a rock style arrangement of the main theme from Rossini's "William Tell Overture".
    •       (Lee Wanner) Willie and the Hand Jive In this series of lessons, Lee Wanner will teach you "Willie and the Hand Jive", by Johnny Otis. Lee will give a synopsis of the song, then talk about the gear and tone. We'll start the playing lessons by learning how to lay down the funky rhythm and the song intro. Next is the verse which adds the IV chord, and the chorus which adds the V chord. Then we'll break down the leads and the main solo. To conclude we'll do a play along, then a jam along.
    •       (Douglas Showalter) With Me In this tutorial we are going to check out how to lay down the modern day pop-punk song "With Me" as made famous by Sum 41. This song is a great example of modern production techniques with layers of different guitars and sounds. Let's check out how everything fits together.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Woman Mike will show you all the parts to this song: the use of a capo, open and barre chord shapes, suspended chords, and chord arpeggiation.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Won’t Get Fooled Again Mike will show you the single electric guitar layer in this tune that plays some iconic riffs and killer leads. The song opens with a single power chord and syncopated bouncy synth organ riff before the band crashes in with power chord accents. The verse and chorus feature equal part rhythm chord stabs and fill licks making for exciting guitar parts.
    •       (Anders Mouridsen) Wonderful In this tutorial we're gonna break down every note that's played on the studio version of "Wonderful", as made famous by Everclear. We'll learn the progression that repeats throughout the song, the verses and chorus, the arpeggiated parts, the roles of the two guitars, the bridge, and a look at the jam elements that take the song out. Wonderful!
    •       (Michael Eisenstein) Working For The Weekend Six rock guitar lessons cover the techniques involved in this rockin' 80's tune. This song is chock full of riffs and licks, and is propelled by driving rhythm guitar. You'll learn the main parts - intro, verse, and chorus - plus the call and response dialogue between the guitar and vocals, "mini-leads", and more.
    •       (Dave Celentano) Yellow Ledbetter Dave will show you the three guitar layers in this song, from the laidback rhythm guitar clean tone, to second guitar lower in the mix holding chords longer with few rhythm embellishments, to the third using a whammy bar and grungy overdrive for the solo.
    •       (Anders Mouridsen) You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet In this set of song lessons, Anders Mouridsen will take you through the classic rock hit "You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet", as made famous by Bachman-Turner Overdrive. You'll learn about the gear and tone to play this song, and the opening rhythm and solo. Anders will then show you the verse and chorus chords and riffs, followed by the last three solos. Then you'll play along with the song in a full performance.
    •       (Douglas Showalter) You Are a Tourist In this song tutorial, Douglas Showalter will teach you "You Are a Tourist", as made famous by Death Cab for Cutie. First off is a song introduction then a look at gear and tones; then you'll learn the main melody followed by guitar 2's octave melody line. Next we're into the chord arpeggio picking parts for both guitars in the A section, then the B section. We'll break down the countermelody line, then move on to the full and single guitar performances, and finish with a jam along.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) You Better You Bet Mike will show the 2 guitar layers in this song. Guitar 1 is the main clean electric guitar used throughout. Guitar 2 is also a clean electric guitar that takes a short solo plus some additional chord arpeggiations.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) You Can't Always Get What You Want Mike will show you both guitar layers: an acoustic guitar that plays the basic chord progression throughout the song and a clean electric guitar that adds an additional layer of licks and rhythms that build the arrangement.
    •       (Caren Armstrong) You Can't Always Get What You Want (Made Easy) Caren will show you how to play a made easy version of this song that teaches you all the chords and parts to play along with the band on this iconic tune.
    •       (Mike Olekshy) You Make Loving Fun Mike will show you the two electric guitar layers in this song. Guitar 1 plays solid rhythm and textural guitar parts, while Guitar 2 adds some great lead guitar solos and fills.
    •       (Douglas Showalter) You May Be Right In these ten guitar lessons, Doug Showalter will teach "You May Be Right", by Billy Joel. After a song overview and a peek at the gear and tone, Doug will guide you through the main motif of the song. We'll learn verses 1 and 2 next, then the chorus with its stop rhythms and licks. Next up is the guitar solo, then we'll do a full performance, a single guitar performance, and a jam along.
    •       (Anders Mouridsen) You Never Can Tell In these nine videos, Anders Mouridsen will lay out the simple and fun parts to "You Never Can Tell", by Chuck Berry. Anders will talk a bit about the old style tones, then teach the intro riff. Next you'll learn the simple I-V chord progression, and the boogie pattern. Before we learn the song ending and do the performance and jam along, we'll show you the piano solo and how to solo over the progression.
    •       (Neal Walter) You Really Got Me In these 10 guitar lessons, Neal Walter will be teaching you "You Really Got Me", as made famous by Van Halen in their cover of the song. Neal will introduce you to the tune and talk about the gear and tones, then he'll dive into the classic riff in the intro and the first couple of verses. Then it's time to learn the rippin' shredding solo, followed by the 3rd verse. As always we finish off with a performance play-along, then you jam along as the main guitarist with the "band".
    •       (Mike Olekshy) Your Little Hoodrat Friend In this set of lessons, Mike Olekshy will teach you "Your Little Hoodrat Friend" by The Hold Steady. After giving an overview of the song and a look at the gear and tones, Mike will break down the "soft" verses. Next up is - you guessed it - the loud verses. Following that, Mike will teach you the pre-chorus and the chorus parts. We'll conclude with a play along performance, then you'll play the song by yourself in the jam along.
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