There’s a great lesson to learn from the Summer Breeze chords as this song uses a cool chord progression that jumps between two different keys. This is a slick technique and can really add a new sonic dimension to your songs. In this video lesson I teach you these chords and what’s going on behind the scenes, as well as teaching you the lead guitar licks. To watch this lesson and get the skinny on Summer Breeze, use the link provided to watch at Learn to Play Guitar TV
The Crazy Train intro riff is one of the great Rock n’ Roll riffs and definitely an all-time classic. The surprising thing, and neat thing to see about this riff is how it uses every single note of the Key yet still has such a dark and powerful feel to it. In this video lesson I’ll teach you how to play the Crazy Train intro on guitar and then help you understand exactly what it all means. Use the link to come visit the lesson at the Learn to Play Guitar TV website.
Free Fallin' is one of those all-time great chord grooves and in this video lesson I'll teach you how to form and play the Free Fallin guitar chords. The neat thing about this song is that, much like Petty's "Learning to Fly" and other great hits, it uses the same progression through the whole song. To watch this lesson and learn how to play Free Fallin' for guitar, use the link provided to view it at Learn to Play Guitar TV.
In this video lesson I teach you Jack Johnson's Good People chords and how to play this tune for guitar. It's a great song and uses the same exact chord progression for the verse and chorus sections. You'll learn about how this is a 1 4 2 5 chord progression in the Key of B Major and how to make sense of it all. Just click the link to come visit this lesson on my guitar teaching site.
By learning the I'm Yours guitar chords, you're going to learn one of THE most popular chord progressions. Jason's song uses a 1 5 6 4 chord progression and this hit has been used by The Beatles, Adele, Taylor Swift, and many, many more. To get the skinny on this progression and to learn I'm Yours, visit the link in this post to the video lesson from LearnToPlayGuitarTV.com and leave me a comment with your feedback! I look forward to seeing ya there.
The 1 5 6 4 chord progression is an awesome one for sure and has been a recent favorite of pop hits like Adele’s “Someone Like You” and Jason Mraz’s “I’m Yours”, to name a few. It’s also the beginning chord progression to each verse of The Beatles classic “Oh Darling”. In this video lesson I’m going to teach you this progression, what it means, and how to play it in any key you want. Go ahead and just click the included link to visit this lesson on the Learn to Play Guitar TV website. Let me know how it goes for you!
When a student said she wanted to learn the Taylor Swift Mean chords, I was excited to learn it. No, I didn’t like Taylor Swift before my student first brought the requests, but what I’ve learned is that her songs have Excellent melody and generally strong lyrics with a good message for young kids. Come learn this infectious song for guitar by visiting the link and see what turned me into a Taylor Swift believer.
If you want to learn guitar rhythm, it’s important to understand how to count a beat out and the ways to alter your rhythm techniques. The most important thing to becoming a good rhythm player however, is the ability to tap your foot while playing. It’s vital to begin building your inner clock and meter to have a steady beat. Click this link to visit this Free Video Lesson from Learn to Play Guitar TV and learn guitar rhythm basics to help you succeed
In this video I share how to succeed in music and make sure that when the going gets tough, you don’t give up. It’s vital that you create an inner world strength around these principles to keep you actualizing your musical desires. Come watch the video and share your feedback or story and get more Free training from Learn to Play Guitar TV
In this video lesson, you’re going to learn the U2 One guitar chords and how to play each section of this classic. It only has three easy parts. A verse, chorus, and a bridge. So click the link to join me for this free video lesson from Learn to Play Guitar TV