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Search through our guitar song library to find your favorite guitar songs to learn. Our song library boasts over 1,000 individual songs including Beatles songs, Rolling Stones songs, Eagles songs, top country songs, Eric Clapton songs, AC/DC songs, a TON of beginner guitar songs, and much more! You won't simply learn the chord progression to your favorite tunes; we break down every guitar melody, song section, each guitar part and guitar solos note-by-note so you can be sure to learn your favorites inside and out.

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I Got The Blues (Made Easy) T-Bone Walker

We’ve arranged this 12 bar blues classic in a made easy format for acoustic guitar with simplified chords and strumming. If you’re up for a challenge, we’ve also included a bonus lesson to learn how to play the song with a boogie diad approach. This song uses open 7th chords, the 12 bar blues form, and a steady strumming pattern.

Published: 03/23/2022 Upgrade
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Let Me Love You Baby Stevie Ray Vaughan

Dave will show you the great blues guitar parts in this uptempo tune that has a swing shuffle feel, a great solos and plenty of tasty guitar licks throughout.

Published: 10/11/2019 Upgrade
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Five Long Years Freddie King

Dave will show you all the great licks in this classic blues tune. There's a variety of dynamics from slow and soulful all the way to high-octane intensity. There are a lot of classic techniques: string bending, major and minor pentatonic interplay, repeating licks, tasty call and respond between the guitar and vocals, and a classic Freddie King solo.

Published: 07/08/2019 Upgrade
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Crawlin' King Snake John Lee Hooker

Tom will show you the guitar part in this blues classic. The guitar is a mixture of basic blues riffs that suggest a 12 bar blues form but never makes it to the V (five) chord and doesn't conform to a regular length form. This is clearly at the root of the blues style and tradition.

Published: 04/15/2019 Upgrade
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Shake Your Hips The Rolling Stones

Mike will show you the 2 electric guitar layers in this song. Guitar 1 is a clean guitar that plays variations on a static bluesy riff in A. Guitar 2 is the lead guitar that adds some lead fills throughout.

Published: 11/27/2018 Upgrade
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Mary Had A Little Lamb Stevie Ray Vaughan

Anders will teach you the iconic blues-rock song "Mary Had A Little Lamb", as made famous by Stevie Ray Vaughan. This is a really fun song, packed with classic SRV blues/rock vocabulary, and even though this song is somewhat short and concise, there's rhythm and lead material enough in it to last you a lifetime. This song is performed as a "power trio" meaning the guitar only has bass and drums backing it up, and it's the perfect exercise in seamless switching between rhythm and lead playing as well as strumming and single note picking.

Published: 07/03/2018 Upgrade
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That's How Strong My Love Is Otis Redding

Mike will show you the 1 clean electric guitar layer in this song. The tune opens with some dramatic accents that set the mood. Then the verse kicks in to a swinging 6/8 time R&B groove with the guitar outlining the progression with single notes and diads. The chorus ups the dynamic with the guitar strumming the chord progression. There's also a bridge section that builds the arrangement even further.

Published: 06/29/2018 Upgrade
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You Don't Love Me John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers

Mike will show you the single electric guitar part in this tune that digs into a bluesy riff and some syncopated rhythms. The tune starts off establishing a mean groove and a great unison riff played by the guitar and harmonica. The verse alternates between the main riff and strumming 9th chords under the vocals while following the 12 bar blues form. The harmonica takes the only solo in the tune, so this is a great opportunity to work on your blues rhythm playing. The tune ends off with a dramatic change in dynamic, ramping back up for a rather abrupt ending.

Published: 06/08/2018 Upgrade
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Baby, Scratch My Back Slim Harpo

Mike will show you the 2 electric guitar layers in this tune. Guitar 1 plays the main riff and leads with a slightly overdriven tone drenched in tremolo for a swampy texture. Guitar 2 is a rhythm guitar that plays the progression throughout.

Published: 04/30/2018 Upgrade
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Little Red Rooster (Made Easy) The Rolling Stones

Caren will show you how to strum an easy guitar part along with this classic blues tune. She will show you the three chords required to play along with the tune. This is required material for just about any blues jam, and in this tutorial we'll learn an easy acoustic guitar part to strum along with the band!

Published: 03/14/2018 Upgrade
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Bright Lights, Big City (Made Easy) Jimmy Reed

Caren will show you a made easy version of this classic Jimmy Reed 12 bar blues. in the key of A Major. If you've been studying the blues, you are likely familiar with the 12 bar song structure, if not, this is an opportunity to dig in to a genre that goes very deep while being based on variations on a simple harmonic theme.

Published: 02/16/2018 Upgrade
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T-Bone Shuffle (Made Easy) T-Bone Walker

Caren will show a simplified version of this classic old blues tune. Originally recorded in A-flat, this tutorial will teach the song by bumping it up a 1/2 step today for ease of playing. Whether you're jamming with our GT backing tracks, or with your friends, this one will get your toe tapping.

Published: 02/15/2018 Upgrade
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The Thrill Is Gone (Made Easy) B.B. King

Caren will show you how to play along with this B.B. King classic in a made easy tutorial. Originally recorded in the key of B Minor, today we'll simplify by playing in the key of Am, using a total of 4 chords.

Published: 02/15/2018 Upgrade
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The Thrill Is Gone (Made Easy) B.B. King

Caren will show you how to play along with this B.B. King classic in a made easy tutorial. Originally recorded in the key of B Minor, today we'll simplify by playing in the key of Am, using a total of 4 chords.

Published: 02/15/2018 Upgrade
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Rock Me Baby (Made Easy) B.B. King

Mike will teach this tune with a beginner approach using a made easy acoustic guitar part to strum along with the band. The song uses a standard blues form. It features a 12 bar verse section that gets played over and over throughout the arrangement.

Published: 02/09/2018 Upgrade
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Sweet Home Chicago (Made Easy) Eric Clapton

Caren will show you a made easy arrangement of this Robert Johnson classic based on a version by Eric Clapton. The 12 bar blues form is fundamental to the genre, and has been used repeatedly for countless songs.

Published: 05/16/2017 Upgrade
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I Ain't Got You The Yardbirds

There are 2 lightly crunched electric guitar layers in this tune. Guitar 1 plays some double-stop laden riffs and a searing solo, while Guitar 2 is a rhythm guitar that holds it all down with some lower single note lines and power chords.

Published: 05/09/2017 Upgrade
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Ain't That Lovin' You, Baby Jimmy Reed

Dave will show you this iconic blues tune that's played at many open jams! There are only three chords a classic boogie, shuffle rhythm and some riffing on the lower strings.

Published: 04/21/2017 Upgrade
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Steppin' Out Eric Clapton & John Mayall's Bluesbreakers

Mike will show you how to play this tune that features one overdriven electric guitar playing killer licks in Clapton's distinctive style overtop the 12 bar blues form in a swinging blues groove.

Published: 12/21/2016 Upgrade
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Riding With The King Eric Clapton & BB King

Tom will show you the 2 guitar parts in this blues tune. He covers all the sections: the intro riffing, the verses, the choruses, the bridge and the outro. And, of course, he covers the iconic bluesy solo licks of the two blues masters!

Published: 11/16/2016 Upgrade
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All Your Love Otis Rush

Tom will show you all the parts to this song from the blistering solo, to the call and response between the guitars and vocals. The tune begins and ends with a Latin/Cuban feel and breaks into a swing feel and a major key in the middle.

Published: 08/25/2016 Upgrade
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I Got The Blues T-Bone Walker

In this tutorial Tom will show you the guitar parts to this iconic blues tune. You'll learn the tasty call and response guitar parts for the intro, verse 1, verse 2, & verse 3. The song is in the key of A-flat and is in 12/8 with a quarter note of 75BPM. Let's get started!

Published: 08/15/2016 Upgrade
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Killing Floor Howlin' Wolf

Tom will show you both guitars in this iconic blues tune, including the verses and the solo.

Published: 08/08/2016 Upgrade
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Bring It On Home Sonny Boy Williamson

In this tutorial Tom will show you the guitar parts to this iconic blues tune. You'll learn the swinging groove that forms the verses and the outro. The song is in the key of E and is 4/4 time with a quarter note of 110BPM.

Published: 07/26/2016 Upgrade
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She Moves Me Muddy Waters

Mike will show you the mix of slide and basic fingerstyle bluesy licks and riffs in this blues song. The song is essentially a 12 bar form with a stomping groove with space between the vocal phrases for call & response parts by the guitar and harp.

Published: 07/06/2016 Upgrade
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Standing Around Crying Muddy Waters

Tom will show you both guitar parts in this old school, down & dirty grinding blues with a mixture of slide & basic blues riffs played by one of the iconic masters.

Published: 06/30/2016 Upgrade
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Rollin' Stone (Catfish Blues) Muddy Waters

Tome will show you all the parts to this great study in solo-blues playing where the thumb keeps a quarter note pulse while the higher strings play fills & riffs around the vocals.

Published: 06/09/2016 Upgrade
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Trouble No More Muddy Waters

Tom will show you the great blues guitar parts in this classic song: the intro, the verses, the harp solo accompaniment, and the ending.

Published: 05/02/2016 Upgrade
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Stop Breakin' Down Robert Johnson

Tom will show you all the parts to this great solo acoustic blues song: the intro, verse 1, variations on measures 11 & 12 and the ending.

Published: 04/19/2016 Upgrade
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Close To You Stevie Ray Vaughan

Mike will show you all the elements of this barn burner from the boogie based rhythm work, to the Texas shuffle groove to the killer bluesy lead work.

Published: 04/12/2016 Upgrade
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Steady Rollin' Man Robert Johnson

Tom will show you all the great acoustic blues parts in this song: the intro, verse 1, verse 2, verse 3 and the outro.

Published: 04/11/2016 Upgrade
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Telephone Blues Eric Clapton & John Mayall's Bluesbreakers

Tom will show you the intro, verses, solo and outro to this classic blues tune. This is an excellent study in blues soloing and call and response phrasing with the vocals.

Published: 04/08/2016 Upgrade
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Every Day I Have The Blues B.B. King

Mike will show you killer blues licks in BB's distinctive style, a swinging blues feel, and playing in call and response in the 12 bar blues form.

Published: 04/08/2016 Upgrade
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T­-Bone Shuffle T-Bone Walker

Tom will show you all the parts to this classic blues tune: the intro, the melody, the sax solo comping and the verse comping.

Published: 10/26/2015 Upgrade
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Right Next Door Robert Cray

Tom will show you all the parts to this great blues tune from the understated rhythm guitar parts of the verses and choruses to the soulful solos.

Published: 08/14/2015 Upgrade
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Sinner's Prayer B.B. King

Tom will show you all the tasty licks and fills that BB King plays in this slow burn blues tune.

Published: 08/06/2015 Upgrade
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I Can't Quit You Baby Led Zeppelin

Tom will show you how the guitar weaves super tasty lines and occasional chords between and around the vocals to create an exciting and dynamic arrangement of a simple form!

Published: 05/05/2015 Upgrade
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Me And The Devil Eric Clapton

Anders will show you how to play this tune in an authentic acoustic Delta blues style! It features some tricky right hand technique, but it's a skill that will be worth the time to learn.

Published: 04/09/2015 Upgrade
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Shake Your Money Maker Elmore James

Anders will show you all the great, fun guitar parts to this blues classic. You'll learn the swampy, swinging sounding opening boogie riff in open D, the iconic slide parts and how to put all these parts together!

Published: 04/06/2015 Upgrade
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Sweet Home Chicago Robert Johnson

Tom will show you the basic rhythm guitar parts as well as short solos in the style of three great players: BB King, Eric Clapton and Stevie Ray Vaughan.

Published: 04/02/2015 Upgrade