Strummy acoustic and slide guitar
Some concepts that work throughout the whole song
Couple cool moments in this laid back groover
Going a little country
Nice snare march
Straight forward one.
Nice acoustic groover. We put one of the acoustics on electric for this arrangement.
Melodic octave features and a variety of sounds.
Some gospel riffs and a lie chromatic passing tone.
Break out your gospel chops!
Simple groover with some nice riffs.
Few different style grooves in this one.
This is a doozie, you got this.
Grit and growl.
A lot to get but super fun.
Gospel piano and grinding organ make this song.
Sneaking that lead riff onto acoustic to add to the slide work on electric.
Great Groove, Simple parts. 5 string but you can play it easily on 4.
Straight acoustic and some fun lead riffing.
Lay back and enjoy that groove!
This song has a great groove and lots of changes on beat 4 of the bar. Lets get it!
Octaves and organ.
Pretty easy one for all guitarists involved.
Lots of Tom grooves!
Pretty straight forward with a nice push in the chorus.
We carry the load on this but it's a light one.
Timing is a little crazy but it flows nicely.
Turning electronic grooves into acoustic ones.
Synth Bass but we will rock it on electric!!!
Old school piano sound
Easy acoustic and lots of lead parts in this one.
This one is in 6/8 and has some groovy tom grooves!
Great 6/8 feel, with really cool patterns and grooves on choruses.
Heavy synth pads
Epic parts. Tone section is important so check it out.
We start off pretty chill on this one but hang in there it gets a little bigger.
Sneaky 2 bars but a great bass part.
Time to do some riffing.
Simple 6/8 grooves through this one.
Two ways to play this bad boy.
Lay down that piano.
Easy lead and lots of acoustic picking.
Starts simple and then we really get to let loose in the chorus.
great "drivey" tone.
Cool piano line.
Easy acoustic and lots of basic lead
Easy easy song!
Very easy one with some nice chord substitutions.
Slow and easy.
That guitar and piano riff. Awesome
Super easy. Just lay back into the groove!
You come in on the 4th beat of the bar. That is the trick!
Tasteful piano. Lay back and enjoy it.
Be patient and let it breathe
Simple vibe with some supportive tom grooves and swells.
Nice substitute chords.
Beautiful piano driven song
A real study in how to build a song. Interesting lead work too.
Loving how the repetition on this song keeps building and building and building and...
Growing sub division.
Acoustic picking and light lead work
Love it when it opens up
Check that arpeggiator on verse 2
Effect heavy riffs that sound harder than they are. Rhythm strumming is a little tricky.
Remember the title of this song when you first give it a listen.
I've simplified a bit but there's additional content for you pros.
Don't let this one scare you. Not as rough as you might think.
Beautiful tune with simple finger picking and easy lead.
Only one groove making all that much more important to hang in the pocket.
Second verse is amazing!
A nice piano ballad.
Beautiful layering on the guitars in this one.
Delay on the bass on this one!
Time for the 80s
Easy all around
Simple grooves in this song. Let this song breathe!
Easy parts but some extra bits to learn if you want them!
Heavily produced with lots of synths!
Remind yourself how good this song is. Includes some teaching on pentatonic riffs.
Gentle song with easy groove.
Break out the Wurly!!!
Acoustic in standard and alternate with easy lead duties
Pulling 2 drum kits into 1.
Grooves at the end!
Crank the verb on the piano!
Simple lead and rhythm.
We have to wait our turn to come in on this one but it's worth it!
Delicate, Only play on the chorus!
Beautiful acoustic picking and some strong lead work
Toms..Toms.....and more toms!! Fun song!
5 string lows.
Four Chord Song!!!
Beautiful ambient work and some tasty acoustic riffs.
Pretty chill song with simple parts.
Very straight forward delicious tone.
That riff on the bridge!!!
This song has some really tight grooves and is a ton of fun to play!!
You're going to love the arpeggiated synths on this tune.
Beautiful acoustic set and we rock the cello part on lead guitar.
Some simple cymbal swells and a shaker is all we need for this one.
Tender upright bass deliciousness.
Great piano ballad!
Tons of lead work and a simple acoustic strumming part.
We need to imitate programmed drums for this tune. No worries though, I'll show you some tricks!
Pulsing groove but simple once you get it.
Easy chords... challenging tones!
Only 5 chords on acoustic and a cool lead riff on that second verse.
Lots of big toms in this one.
Straight forward with some great passing tones towards the end
4 chords and capo... wait a second... this is a keyboard, not a guitar!
Simple lead riffs and we added a tasteful acoustic part.
So much fun to play!!
Great groove with easy chords.
Easy chords with nicely layered synths and pads.
Enjoy this Tex-Mex, Beatlesy beauty. Tremolo-lo-lo
The grooves on this one are a little tricky but once you get the first the second is easier.
What a great bass line. Its a doozie.
Simple lead work and some solid acoustic work.
Just two grooves. Great for beginners.
Quarter note groove. Good passing tones.
A nice campfire piano tune.
Great one for beginners on both lead and rhythm. Just groove, baby.
There is a lot going on this groove but it's a ton of fun to play.
only start playing waaaay late in the song.
Very piano driven but we add acoustic and really dive into the lead parts of this beautiful tune.
Beautiful acoustic fingerpicking and we added a lead part to match.
Very easy part created to support the guitar.
Tasteful and aggressive lead guitar and we added some acoustic. Not your normal strum patterns.
You're going to need to work that four way independence.
Great groove in the intro and Chorus and I also taught the synth bass parts.
A fully piano driven song but we have no fear! Learn all parts on guitar.
Love. This. Song. Mellow all throughout. Tons of fingerpicking but easy enough for a novice. Give it a shot.
Medium tempo groover. Check out the muting lesson if you haven't yet.
Breaking out the the upright!
No acoustic in the song? No problem. We added it and it sounds good. Simple lead lines get it done.
A little slide, a little picking and piano for the guitar on the solo acoustic section
Only two primary patterns. Great for beginners.
This has some fun parts. Octave riff in bridge is delicious.
So many great techniques and voicings in this one. Lead guitar: defer to your acoustic sibling.
Great song with some amazing chord substitutions.
A lot of changes over this one.
Variety of grooves within this tune. It's a fun one!
Great anthemic ballad.
Lots of layers.