Judas Priest Songs

Judas Priest
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"Living After Midnight" is a metal classic from the early 80's that is considered, along with many tracks off of the same record, to be the beginning of heavy metal. In this tutorial, we are going to break down how to play this metal classic into a series of video lessons including the rhythms and power chords, the progressions, and the guitar solo.

Published: 11/25/2009 Upgrade

In this tutorial you will learn a metal classic, "You've Got Another Thing Coming" made famous by Judas Priest. We'll boost your chops with the minor pentatonic scale, hot rod your power chords, kick things up a notch with the riff behind the anthem and the metal rhythms. Then get ready to rock with a full play along!

Published: 12/11/2009 Upgrade

In this tutorial we are going to take a look at how to play the metal tune "Breaking the Law" by Judas Priest. This song includes some great rhythm guitar techniques along with cool effects that are equally heavy and easy to play. We will break down how to play all the parts of the song, as well as how to capture some of the cool production techniques that you hear. At the end we'll play along with the backing track, then you'll jam along on your own!

Published: 04/19/2010 Upgrade

In this song tutorial, Lee Wanner will teach "Heading Out to the Highway", as made famous by Judas Priest. Lee will talk about the song and the gear and tones, then teach the intro riff. The verse, chorus, and bridge parts all follow that; then you'll learn the rhythm under the solo and the harmonized solo. The final verse leads are next, then we'll end with a play along, a single guitar performance, and the jam along.

Published: 03/13/2013 Upgrade

In these lessons, Lee Wanner will teach "Electric Eye", made famous by Judas Priest. After the song introduction and gear and tones, Lee will break down the intro riff. Next are the riffs for the verse, pre-chorus, and chorus before we look at the solo rhythm. Then you'll learn the bridge and the song outro; next is the guitar solo in 2 parts. We'll do full and single guitar performances, then you'll take over in the jam along.

Published: 04/10/2013 Upgrade