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Sweet Home Alabama (Made Easy) Lynyrd Skynyrd

Anders will show you this classic Southern Rock anthem in a version that has been made easy, so you can hang at any level. This is a really fun song that almost everyone knows, and it features three basic chords repeating throughout the whole song, so if you can learn and perform even the simplest version of it, it is bound to pay off.

Published: 02/21/2018 Upgrade
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Simple Man (Made Easy) 2012 Lynyrd Skynyrd

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.

Published: 10/24/2012 Upgrade
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Hotel California Eagles

Learn the Hotel California chords alongside the Hotel California tab. This iconic song from the Eagles features a killer arrangement taught by Anders Mouridsen. Learn the 12-string and electric rhythms, the harmonized parts in the verse, and much more. Once you've mastered the song, don't forget that you can sing along with the Hotel California lyrics as well.

Published: 11/03/2011 Upgrade
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Wish You Were Here Pink Floyd

Learn Pink Floyd Wish You Were Here chords as Dave will show you the iconic acoustic intro, the great lead work and the slide section using the electric guitar. Included in this guitar lesson are the Wish You Were Here tabs and lyrics. You'll also learn how to play this song using a single guitar.

Published: 05/02/2019 Upgrade
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Let It Be (Made Easy) The Beatles

This tutorial is a made easy version of the iconic Beatles tune arranged for acoustic guitar. This song uses open chords, a simple strum pattern, and dynamics.

Published: 05/19/2022 Upgrade
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Dead Flowers The Rolling Stones

There are 2 guitars in this song. Guitar 1 is an acoustic guitar that strums the chord progressions throughout. Guitar 2 is a clean electric guitar that adds some country influenced licks and fills all through the song. This song uses open chords, a steady strummed approach, and some textbook country influenced licks.

Published: 06/16/2022 Upgrade
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Highway To Hell AC/DC

Mike will show you the 2 guitars in this song. Guitar 1 is a crunch guitar that plays rhythm guitar throughout the song. Guitar 2 is the lead guitar that digs into some scorching licks in the solo section.

Published: 03/14/2019 Upgrade
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Every Rose Has Its Thorn (Made Easy) 2013 Poison

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.

Published: 04/09/2013 Upgrade
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Perfect (Made Easy) Ed Sheeran

These Perfect chords and tabs have been modified into a simpler arrangement that use open chords and an easy strumming pattern. You can play this song with any acoustic guitar and we even have the Perfect lyrics for you to sing along with! Learn how to play Perfect by Ed Sheeran.

Published: 07/31/2018 Upgrade
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Perfect (Made Easy) Ed Sheeran

These Perfect chords and tabs have been modified into a simpler arrangement that use open chords and an easy strumming pattern. You can play this song with any acoustic guitar and we even have the Perfect lyrics for you to sing along with! Learn how to play Perfect by Ed Sheeran.

Published: 07/31/2018 Upgrade
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Sweet Home Alabama Lynyrd Skynyrd

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.

Published: 02/01/2016 Upgrade
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Back In Black AC/DC

Mike will show you the 2 guitars in this song. Guitar 1 is a crunch guitar that plays rhythm guitar throughout the song. Guitar 2 is the lead guitar that digs into some blistering licks throughout. The arrangement features an iconic riff that becomes the verse. There's also a grooving chorus section, solo, and interlude that features a double time boogie riff. In the following lessons, we'll talk about open position power chords, syncopation, and some killer rock lead approaches. We are in the key of E minor, with a 4/4 time signature, at a tempo of 92 BPM.

Published: 07/18/2019 Upgrade
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La Grange 2012 ZZ Top

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.

Published: 10/05/2012 Upgrade
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You Shook Me All Night Long AC/DC

Mike will show you the 2 guitars in this song. Guitar 1 is a crunch guitar that plays rhythm guitar throughout the song. Guitar 2 is the lead guitar that digs into some killer licks.

Published: 03/14/2019 Upgrade
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Knockin' On Heaven's Door (Dylan) Bob Dylan

Mike will show you the 2 guitars in this song. Guitar 1 is an acoustic guitar that strums the chord progression throughout. Guitar 2 is a clean electric guitar that adds chord arpeggiation. This song uses open chords, a laid back strumming approach, chord arpeggiation, and dynamics.

Published: 05/07/2020 Upgrade
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Runaway Train (Made Easy) 2013 Soul Asylum

In this made easy song tutorial, Caren Armstrong will teach you "Runaway Train", by Soul Asylum. She'll introduce the song to you, then show you the chords and rhythm. Then you'll learn each section of the song: the intro, the verse, the pre-chorus, and the chorus; then the solo form and the breakdown. You'll do a play along with Caren, and we'll conclude with a jam along where you take over.

Published: 03/14/2013 Upgrade
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Spooky Atlanta Rhythm Section

There are 2 guitar layers in this song. Guitar 1 is a clean electric guitar that plays some solid rhythm riffing throughout. Guitar 2 is an overdriven electric guitar that adds some tasty leads into the mix. This song uses extended chords, syncopated strumming, and some textbook classic rock soloing.

Published: 08/04/2022 Upgrade
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Blackbird 2014 The Beatles

In this set of lessons, Caren Armstrong will teach "Blackbird", as made famous by The Beatles. Caren will talk about the song and the acoustic tone before detailing the song intro; then she'll get into the 1st verse and turnaround. Next up is verse 2, then the bridge; then the solo verse. We'll learn the breakdown section and the 2nd turnaround, then the last verse and the ending before we end with a play along performance and a jam along.

Published: 01/30/2014 Upgrade
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Kiss From A Rose (Made Easy) (2014) Seal

In this set of lessons, Caren Armstrong will teach a made easy version of "Kiss From A Rose", by Seal. Caren will introduce the song and talk a bit about the gear and tone, then talk about the chords used, the strumming rhythm, and the song form. Following that is the intro and the various verses with variations; then the chorus. We'll learn the transition and bridge before we look at the ending. A play along is next, then you'll do a jam along.

Published: 02/03/2014 Upgrade
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Hey Joe Jimi Hendrix

In this tutorial Tom will show you how to get the classic tone in this song. He'll show you the intro, the verses, the fills, the solo, and the classic ascending bass line. The song is in the key of E major and in 4/4 time with a quarter note of 84 BPM.

Published: 11/21/2017 Upgrade
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Highway To Hell (Made Easy) AC/DC

This rock classic features a swaggering groove and anthemic riffing. This is an acoustic Made Easy version of the song. Any guitar, acoustic or electric, is suitable to play this tune. This song uses open chords, strumming and muting techniques, and dynamics.

Published: 04/22/2022 Upgrade
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Brown Eyed Girl Van Morrison

Dave will show you how to play this iconic tune that features two guitars. There is an electric guitar playing R&B style fills during the Verses and strumming barre chords at the Chorus. There is an acoustic guitar part that holds a consistent strum throughout and acts as a supporting part for the electric part.

Published: 01/06/2021 Upgrade
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Knockin' On Heaven's Door (G'n'R) Guns 'N' Roses

Mike will show you the 3 electric guitar layers in this song. Guitar 1 is Slash's rhythm guitar that uses both clean and crunch tones to play through the song. Guitar 2 is a second rhythm guitar that adds a nice compliment to Guitar 1 throughout. Guitar 3 is Slash's lead guitar that blazes through 2 solos plus a great part in the chorus section. This song uses open chords and power chords, strummed 16th note rhythms, muted strums, octaves, chord arpeggiation and killer rock lead approaches.

Published: 05/07/2020 Upgrade
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Bad Moon Rising (Made Easy) Creedence Clearwater Revival

Caren will show you how to use just a few easy chords and some signature rhythm, to play this classic song in a made easy arrangement to play an acoustic guitar part along with the band. We'll learn the chord progression and it's accompanying shuffled strum. We'll consider the skills necessary to play this song up to tempo.

Published: 03/16/2017 Upgrade
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Let It Be The Beatles

The Let it Be chords in this guitar lesson are fairly simple, which makes this Beatles song approachable for any intermediate guitar player. Anders will show you how to play the song's piano part on acoustic guitar and also show you how to play this song using just a single guitar. Once you're done with the lesson, sing and play along with the Let it Be lyrics located right below the video.

Published: 11/10/2013 Upgrade
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Here Comes The Sun The Beatles

Here Comes the Sun chords and tabs in this lesson will be taught with a capo on an acoustic guitar. Mike will show you how to play the strumming melodies and chords throughout the arrangement. There's straight ahead verse and chorus sections that features a specific picking pattern that make them uniquely identifiable. There's also a bridge that builds the dynamic with a contrasting time signature and arpeggiated feel. Learn all of this with Here Comes the Sun lyrics so you can sing and play at the same time.

Published: 03/16/2017 Upgrade
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Blackbird The Beatles

This song has one acoustic guitar part, but any guitar is suitable to play it. If you have an electric guitar, just play with a clean tone. This song uses fingerpicking, open chords, higher chord voicings and an open pedal note.

Published: 10/13/2022 Upgrade
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Cocaine Eric Clapton

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.

Published: 03/29/2016 Upgrade
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Folsom Prison Blues Johnny Cash

In these seven guitar lessons, Mike Olekshy will teach you "Folsom Prison Blues," by Johnny Cash. Mike will provide an overview of the song, and talk about the gear and different tones. The acoustic boom-chick part will be next, followed by the electric boom-chick part. Mike will then dish out that sweet solo for us. Next comes the play-along performance, and then we'll end with a jam along where you take over.

Published: 08/29/2012 Upgrade
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Simple Man 2011 Lynyrd Skynyrd

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.

Published: 12/20/2011 Upgrade
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Who Will Save Your Soul (Made Easy) Jewel

In this series of song lessons, Caren Armstrong will teach "Who Will Save Your Soul", by Jewel. Caren will talk about the song and the gear and tone, then go over the chords used, the strum pattern, and the song form before she details the intro, verse, chorus, the breakdown, and the ending. You'll do a play along performance with Caren, then play the song by yourself in the jam along.

Published: 02/06/2014 Upgrade
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Losing My Religion (Made Easy) R.E.M.

Caren will show you how to play an acoustic guitar part to strum along with the band in this tutorial. This puts the weight of rhythm on our right hand performance, so we'll be talking about how to get a sound that evokes the vibe of the song.

Published: 12/26/2018 Upgrade
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Norwegian Wood The Beatles

This Beatles song in triple time is a beautiful example of the use of simplicity and repetition. It has several interesting features, including a 6/8 time signature, a signature, iconic bass/riff line, and a parallel minor key change.

Published: 10/30/2014 Upgrade
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Still Got the Blues Gary Moore

In this tutorial, Tony Lee will teach "Still Got the Blues", by Gary Moore. Tony will introduce the song then talk about gear and tone before launching into the clean rhythm parts: intro, chorus, verse, bridge, and the parts under the solos. Then it's on to the lead parts (guitar 2): the fills in the intro, verse, and bridge, then all the epic soloing. We'll conclude with a full performance, then do 2 jam alongs.

Published: 01/15/2015 Upgrade
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The Memphis Blues W. C. Handy

Christopher will show you how to play the chord progression and the melody to this classic tune song. Guitar 1 is a rhythm guitar part playing the chord progression. Guitar 2 is a lead guitar part playing the single note melody of the song.

Published: 06/21/2022 Upgrade
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Imagine (Made Easy) 2016 John Lennon

Mike will show you how to use an acoustic guitar to strum along with the band in a made easy format. He'll cover open chords and barre chords, a simple strumming pattern, and dynamics.

Published: 05/12/2016 Upgrade
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Call Me The Breeze Lynyrd Skynyrd

Mike will show you the 3 crunch electric guitar layers in this song. Guitar 1 uses a phase effect and digs into the main rhythms throughout the tune. Guitar 2 adds plenty of bluesy rock fills and a killer solo, while Guitar 3 adds additional rhythm guitar. This song uses power chord riffing, an 8th note triplet groove, and blues/rock soloing approaches.

Published: 01/13/2022 Upgrade
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All Along The Watchtower (Hendrix) Jimi Hendrix

Dave will show you the 2 guitar layers in this song. There is a strummed acoustic guitar holding down the rhythm and an electric guitar playing rhythm fills and lead solos throughout.

Published: 01/16/2020 Upgrade
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The Thrill Is Gone B.B. King

In this tutorial you'll learn how to play the classic blues song "The Thrill Is Gone" as made famous by the one and only B.B. King. This song exemplifies the classic, moody minor blues and B.B.'s playing and singing on it is nothing short of legendary.

Published: 07/08/2014 Upgrade
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Smoke On The Water (Made Easy) Deep Purple

Mike will show you this iconic rock tune in a made easy format with some simplified chords and straight ahead strumming.

Published: 12/06/2017 Upgrade