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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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Bad Moon Rising Creedence Clearwater Revival

There are 2 electric guitars in this song. Guitar 1 is the main electric guitar that plays both rhythm and lead, while Guitar 2 strums the progressions throughout. This song uses open and barre chords, steady strum approaches with an 8th note swing, hybrid picking, and lead guitar based on chord shapes.

Published: 02/02/2023 Upgrade
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Sweet Home Alabama Lynyrd Skynyrd

There are 3 electric guitars in this song. Guitar 1 is the main rhythm guitar that plays iconic riffs throughout. Guitar 2 is the lead guitar that digs into plenty of melodic solos, while Guitar 3 is a clean electric guitar that adds another great texture in the verse, while adding more rhythm guitar muscle in the chorus. This song uses arpeggiated riffing, open chords, boogie diad riffing, palm muting, tasty melodic leads, and dynamics.

Published: 02/02/2023 Upgrade
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Sweet Georgia Brown Ben Bernie

This is a two guitar arrangement of this classic jazz 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. Guitar 2 also plays a solo that is based on the melody with embellishments. This is a great opportunity to learn how to use some extended harmony chords in a song setting, how to learn to embellish a melody with some typical lead guitar vocabulary in an early jazz style.

Published: 02/02/2023 Upgrade
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About A Girl Nirvana

This early 90s grunge classic that features one electric guitar playing rhythm riffs and a simple lead. The guitar uses a clean sound up to the solo, then switches to an overdriven tone for the rest of the tune. This song uses open chords and power chords, a solid strummed approach, and some simple pentatonic based leads.

Published: 01/26/2023 Upgrade
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Numbers Terry Knight

There are 2 guitars in this song. Guitar 1 is a fuzz electric guitar that plays riffs and leads throughout. Guitar 2 is clean electric guitar that adds chord strums. This song uses single note riffing, open chords, aggressive strumming, an 8th note triplet swing groove, dynamics, and searing lead approaches.

Published: 01/26/2023 Upgrade
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Paganini Caprice 24 Theme Paganini

Niccolo Paganini (1782-1840) was a brilliant violin virtuoso from the Classical Era. He wrote a group of 24 pieces called caprices for solo violin. He wrote these pieces as showcases for his amazing technique. In this tutorial series we are going to learn a classical guitar arrangement of the theme from the last of Paganini's Caprices, the 24th. It's a very simple melody in two parts. But this simplicity lends itself easily to Paganini's astounding variations on this simple theme. This arrangement has three variations on the theme: single note melody, two voice counterpoint and arpeggiated chords.

Published: 01/23/2023 Upgrade
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That's Where It's At Sam Cooke

There is 1 clean electric guitar in this tune, playing single note R&B lines and double stop riffs. This song uses single note R&B lines, double stop riffing, and playing with a 6/8 groove.

Published: 01/19/2023 Upgrade
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The Piper Sam Cooke

There is 1 clean electric guitar in this tune, playing R&B style chords, lines, and fills. This songs uses double stops, staccato backbeat stabs, and some textbook R&B style rhythm guitar approaches.

Published: 01/12/2023 Upgrade
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Haydn 'Surprise' Symphony Theme Haydn

In this tutorial we'll learn an easy solo classical guitar arrangement of the theme from Franz Joseph Haydn's 'Surprise' Symphony.

Published: 01/09/2023 Upgrade
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We're Wasting Time The Rolling Stones

There are 2 guitars in this song. Guitar 1 is a clean electric guitar that plays lead and rhythm throughout, while Guitar 2 is the acoustic guitar that strums a steady foundation. This song uses# arpeggiated riffing with pull offs, steady strums with a waltz feel, open chords, and some bluesy lead approaches.

Published: 01/03/2023 Upgrade
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Runaway Train (Made Easy) Soul Asylum

This is an acoustic Made Easy version of a 90s pop rock classic. Any guitar, acoustic or electric, is suitable to play this tune. This song uses open chords, a simple strumming approach, and dynamics.

Published: 12/22/2022 Upgrade
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Bach 'Bouree' From Lute Suite in E Minor Bach

In this tutorial we will learn to play a masterpiece of the classical guitar repertoire, the 'Bourree' from J.S. Bach's Lute Suite in E Minor.

Published: 12/19/2022 Upgrade
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What A Shame The Rolling Stones

There are 2 clean electric guitars in this song. Guitar 1 plays the rhythm riffs throughout the tune, while Guitar 2 is a clean guitar that plays a solo and some fills. This song uses bluesy rhythm riffing, hybrid picking, a triplet swing groove, and some simple blues leads.

Published: 12/08/2022 Upgrade
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We Love You The Rolling Stones

There are 2 electric guitars in this song. Guitar 1 is a clean guitar that plays rhythm throughout, while Guitar 2 adds some bluesy licks to the second half of the tune. We’ll also adapt the Mellotron lines heard in the outro to Guitar 2. This song uses aggressive syncopated strumming, seventh chords, and bluesy leads.

Published: 12/03/2022 Upgrade
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Who’s Driving Your Plane? The Rolling Stones

There are 2 electric guitars in this song. Guitar 1 is an overdriven guitar that starts the tune with a lick, then plays a rhythm riff throughout the rest of the tune. Guitar 2 is a clean guitar that plays a solo and sprinkles a few fills into the arrangement. This song uses bluesy rhythm riffing, a triplet swing groove, and some simple blues leads.

Published: 11/23/2022 Upgrade
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Who's Been Sleeping Here The Rolling Stones

There are 2 guitars in this song. Guitar 1 is an acoustic guitar with a capo on the 3rd fret that strums the chord progressions throughout. Guitar 2 is a clean electric guitar that adds a bluesy solo and some lead fills in the outro. This song uses a capo, open chords, steady strummed approaches, and some bluesy licks.

Published: 11/10/2022 Upgrade
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You're Always On My Mind Sam Cooke

There is one clean electric guitar playing steady eighth note staccato strums throughout. This song uses upper string voicings, staccato strums on the backbeat, and a 6/8 feel.

Published: 10/27/2022 Upgrade
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Mozart 'Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star' Mozart

"Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star" is a very simple nursery rhythm tune. But this quality is what makes it perfect for learning how to orchestrate it into a full arrangement to play as a solo classical guitar style piece. The melody has been arranged many different ways and in this tutorial we'll take a cue from Mozart who famously made a solo piano arrangement for the melody. We'll learn to harmonize the melody with chords and bass notes that work along with the melody to make a fuller sounding piece of music.

Published: 10/24/2022 Upgrade
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A Change Is Gonna Come Otis Redding

There is 1 clean electric guitar that plays the rhythm guitar and fills throughout the song. This song uses major, minor and seventh chords, R&B style embellishments, dynamics, and a 6/8 feel.

Published: 10/20/2022 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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Every Rose Has Its Thorn (Made Easy) Poison

We’ll teach this song in a Made Easy format, with open chords and a simplified strumming pattern. This song uses open chords, a simple strumming pattern, and dynamics. We

Published: 10/06/2022 Upgrade
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Highway Song Blackfoot

There are 3 electric guitar layers in this song. Guitar 1 is a clean guitar that plays the arpeggiated riffs and rhythms. Guitars 2 and 3 are the lead guitars that dig into searing licks and harmonies. This song uses open chords and barre chords, chord arpeggiation, and some aggressive rock soloing approaches.

Published: 09/29/2022 Upgrade
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Simple Man (Made Easy) Lynyrd Skynyrd

This southern rock song featuring one chord simple progression throughout and an arrangement with a strong dynamic arc is arranged to be played on acoustic guitar is a Made Easy version. We are also including a bonus lesson that shows how to work on your 8th note strums by playing through this song. This song uses open chords, a simple strumming pattern, and dynamics.

Published: 09/22/2022 Upgrade
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So Into You Atlanta Rhythm Section

There are 2 electric guitar layers in this song. Guitar 1 is a clean guitar that strums the rhythm parts, while Guitar 2 is an overdriven guitar that plays both rhythm and lead throughout. This song uses 7th chords, double stops, staccato chord stabs, and some tasty lead approaches.

Published: 09/15/2022 Upgrade
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Train, Train Blackfoot

We’ll learn the 2 guitar parts in this song, one of which will make use of a slide for some really cool solos! We’ll learn to play the whole song beginning to end, and as a bonus we’ll also learn how to mimic the harmonica solo on our guitar as well. This song uses galloping single note riffs & diads, power chord riffing, classic rock lead lines and slide guitar.

Published: 09/01/2022 Upgrade
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Funky Broadway Wilson Pickett

There are 2 clean electric guitars in this song. Guitar 1 digs into some R&B style licks and riffs throughout the tune, while Guitar 2 holds down the groove with a low E chord strum. This song uses double stops, hammer-ons, palm muting, and some funky R&B strumming.

Published: 08/25/2022 Upgrade
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Tchaikovsky 'Marche Slave' Theme Tchaikovsky

In this tutorial we will learn a classical guitar arrangement of a theme from Peter Tchaikovsky's 'March Slave'. This is a great piece for learning to transition from beginner level to intermediate level.

Published: 08/22/2022 Upgrade
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She’s So High Tal Bachman

There are 3 electric guitar layers in this song. Guitar 1 plays the main riffs and rhythms throughout using clean and crunch tones, while Guitar 2 adds a clean riff to the arrangement. Guitar 3 is the lead guitar that adds a tasty solo, slide fills, and single note ornamentations. This song uses barre chords, palm muting, steady strum approaches, slide melodies, dynamics and some tasty licks.

Published: 08/18/2022 Upgrade
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Kiss From A Rose (Made Easy) Seal

We’ll learn this song in a Made Easy format, with open chords and a simplified strumming pattern. In order to use open chords, we’ll need a capo placed on the 3rd fret. This song uses open chords, a 3/4 feel, a simple strumming pattern, and dynamics.

Published: 08/11/2022 Upgrade
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Dvorak 'New World' Symphony Theme Dvorak

In this tutorial we will learn a classical guitar arrangement of a theme from Antonin Dvorak's "New World" Symphony. This is a great piece for learning to transition from beginner level to intermediate level.

Published: 08/08/2022 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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I Will Follow Christ Clay Crosse

Any acoustic guitar is suitable to play this tune. The acoustic strums the chord progressions throughout the song. We are also including a bonus lesson that teaches the arpeggiated riff that’s heard in the first verse. A capo is required to play this part. This song uses open and barre chords, a steady strumming pattern, and dynamics.

Published: 07/28/2022 Upgrade
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Paralyzer Finger Eleven

There are 2 electric guitar layers in this song that use both clean and distorted tones to play riffs and strums throughout the tune. This song uses single note riffing, double stops and triads, and syncopated strumming.

Published: 07/21/2022 Upgrade
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Burning Like A Flame Dokken

There are two electric guitars using huge 80s overdriven Marshall tones in this 80s arena rocker. Guitar 1 plays the rhythm and riffs, while Guitar 2 plays the lead fills, main solo, and outro solo. This song uses palm muted power chord riffing, triads and fast all downstroke 8th note rhythms, as well as lead techniques including pinch harmonics, vibrato, and legato.

Published: 07/08/2022 Upgrade
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At This Moment Billy Vera

This song features one clean electric guitar playing ornamental fills and licks in a R&B style. In this tutorial we'll flesh out the guitar parts a little more by learning some stereotypical R&B style rhythm guitar moves. This song uses piano voiced chords on the upper strings, chord embellishment licks & fills.

Published: 06/30/2022 Upgrade
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Everybody's Fool Evanescence

There is 1 acoustic and 1 electric guitar in this song. Guitar 1 is an acoustic guitar that plays a fast arpeggiated riff using a different tuning. Guitar 2 is a high gain crunch electric guitar using dropped D tuning to dig into some massive riffs. This song uses arpeggiation, dropped D power chords, octaves, and palm muting.

Published: 06/23/2022 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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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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Broken (Lifehouse) Lifehouse

There are 2 guitars in this song. Guitar 1 is an acoustic guitar that strums the progressions throughout. Guitar 2 is a light crunch electric guitar that adds plenty of 16th note pulse with its rhythm approaches. This song uses steady quarter and sixteenth note strumming approaches, barre chords, double stops, and dynamics.

Published: 06/09/2022 Upgrade
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He Turned The Water Into Wine Johnny Cash

Any acoustic guitar is suitable to play this tune. This song uses open chords, cut time, a boom chick strumming approach, and dynamics.

Published: 06/03/2022 Upgrade