If you would like some help with this lesson, be sure to check out the forum topic set up for this specific video. You'll be able to see what other people have discussed and add comments of your own. If a pdf of the chords and lyrics or tablature is available for this lesson, a link will appear below.
In part II of this lesson series, we'll go over how to play the verse, chorus, and bridge of this song. The verses are very similar to the intro that was taught in part I, but there are a few differences that are worth learning. This is one of my favorite country songs on the charts today!
Lady Antebellum is another one of my favorite country bands. I always enjoy the vocal melody lines and the their vocal harmonies. They have several great songs and I'll try to cover more of their stuff soon.
Here's a sample of the new video player I'll be using in the future. Pretty soon, I'll be uploading lessons to Country Guitar Online only. Be sure to follow me on Twitter or Facebook to get updates on when new lessons are posted!
Jack Johnson is one of my favorite guitar players when it comes to pop music. He has great rhythm and writes challenging guitar parts. Anyways, here's a great lesson from Justin Sandercoe where he shows how to play "Traffic In The Sky." For more lessons with Justin, visit Justin Guitar. Photo from Portland Poster Pole.
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Storm Warning is a more intermediate to advanced song. In this lesson, I'll show you how to play the intro. The same intro riff is played throughout each verse also, so once you get the intro down, you've learned the majority of the song.
In this lesson I'll show you how to play Let's Don't Call It A Night by Casey James. It's an easier song to play, but it can get a little tricky when you try to play and sing together. I'll try to put together a few more videos covering Casey James' songs in the near future.
Here is a tool for those of you wanting to learn how to play lead guitar. In this video I play the 12 bar blues over and over so you can practice improvising using the blues scale in the key of E. Click here if you would like to watch this video next to the scale diagram so you can follow along.
In this lesson, Justin Sandercoe shows how to play "Folsom Prison Blues." Johnny Cash has several classic songs that are great to play on guitar. This song is played using the "boom-chica" strumming patter which is always good to have in your bag of tricks. For more lessons with Justin, visit justinguitar.com.
I would highly recommend this tuner. All you do is clip it on the head stock of your guitar and it recognizes the pitch through sound vibrations. It's extremely accurate and it's perfect for tuning when your friends won't stop playing :) Follow the image link below for more details.