How to Play Back in Black on Guitar

This video is how to play “Back in Black” by AC/DC. Their guitarist, Angus Young, plays the song electric which I also do at the start of the lesson. But then I quickly switch over to the acoustic to teach you the song because it has more clarity and hopefully without the distortion you can hear the complex rhythms better.

This song is definitely mid-advanced level. It sounds easy at first but the rhythms are rather complex. I must confess that when I first trying to learn the song I thought it was going to be a lot easier than it […] Read more

Find A Good Guitar Teacher Online

Many people love the guitar, and many people want to learn how to play the guitar so they can play along with their favorite songs or just strum some songs at a campfire. Unfortunately lessons can be expensive, and it can be hard to find someone who is capable enough to teach you what you need to know.

Hire A Guitar Teacher

The guitar is not a very easy instrument to learn how to play. There are a lot of things to learn, like what the relationship between the strings and the frets are and how to play certain notes and scales […] Read more

Video Electric Guitar Lessons Can Help You Learn To Play Guitar

There are so many people who want to learn to play the guitar, but it’s not easy to figure out on your own. Yes, there are books that you can buy but the terminology can be confusing, as well as the illustrations in the books. What does it all mean? And which books do you buy – there is so much information out there that it can be really confusing where to start, and what you should learn first.

Online Lessons From An Accomplished Teacher

It can be so much easier for some people to learn to play the guitar from an […] Read more

SRV/Albert King Blues Phrase in E

This phrase was originally an Albert King phrase but Stevie Ray Vaughan made it famous. This is set in context of a standard slow blues in the key of E. If played correctly it sounds very nasty and jazzy and fast all at the same time. It is an intermediate/advanced level phrase.
I purposely focus the teaching on the “first half” of the phrase and leave the ending open for you to decided what suffix will work best for you. As you can see in my demo of the playing in context with an actual blues song, there are so many ways to use this phrase so I did not want to limit you to a certain suffix. I do give several ideas tho for you to draw from as you formulate your own ideas.
Gear for this vid: SRV strat, ’74 dyna comp MXR, AnalogMan King of Tone, Boss DD-7 Delay, ’66 Fender Super Reverb

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