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Let It Be (Made Easy) 2016 The Beatles

Caren will show you the chords to the two progressions that repeat throughout this song, and for starters using the simplest right hand possible. This will allow us to focus on our left hand and making good chord changes. We'll guide you towards more challenging left hand styles as you are ready for the challenge!

Published: 02/25/2016 Upgrade
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Let It Be (Made Easy) 2016 The Beatles

Caren will show you the chords to the two progressions that repeat throughout this song, and for starters using the simplest right hand possible. This will allow us to focus on our left hand and making good chord changes. We'll guide you towards more challenging left hand styles as you are ready for the challenge!

Published: 02/25/2016 Upgrade
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Drive My Car The Beatles

In this tutorial, Henrik Linde will teach "Drive My Car", as made famous by The Beatles. Henrik will introduce the song, then discuss the gear and tone; after that we'll learn the intro lick. We'll learn the verse and chorus rhythm parts, then the chorus piano part. We'll break down the guitar solo and solo rhythm, then head to the outro rhythm and solo. Full and single guitar performances are up next, and we'll end with a jam along.

Published: 11/12/2013 Upgrade
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Let It Be The Beatles

The Let it Be chords in this guitar lesson are fairly simple, which makes this Beatles song approachable for any intermediate guitar player. Anders will show you how to play the song's piano part on acoustic guitar and also show you how to play this song using just a single guitar. Once you're done with the lesson, sing and play along with the Let it Be lyrics located right below the video.

Published: 11/10/2013 Upgrade
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Day Tripper The Beatles

In this set of lessons, Henrik Linde will teach "Day Tripper", as made famous by The Beatles. After a song introduction and the gear and tones, Henrik will launch into the classic main riff. The verse rhythms come next, followed by the guitars in the chorus. We'll break down the parts in the bridge, including the solo lead, then learn the outro before doing full and single guitar performances. You'll take over in the jam along to conclude.

Published: 11/14/2013 Upgrade
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Back in the U.S.S.R. The Beatles

In this tutorial, Henrik Linde will teach "Back in the U.S.S.R.", as made famous by The Beatles. We'll introduce the song and talk about gear and tone, then learn the lead and rhythm in the song intro. The verse rhythm is up next, then we'll look at the chorus parts before breaking down the bridge. We'll detail the cool solo, then head to the outro, then do full and single guitar performances. You'll take over in the "guitar karaoke" jam along.

Published: 11/18/2013 Upgrade
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Blackbird 2014 The Beatles

In this set of lessons, Caren Armstrong will teach "Blackbird", as made famous by The Beatles. Caren will talk about the song and the acoustic tone before detailing the song intro; then she'll get into the 1st verse and turnaround. Next up is verse 2, then the bridge; then the solo verse. We'll learn the breakdown section and the 2nd turnaround, then the last verse and the ending before we end with a play along performance and a jam along.

Published: 01/30/2014 Upgrade
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Yesterday The Beatles

Yesterday chords are a little tricky but in this guitar lesson, Caren will show you how to play the song just as The Beatles did. She'll help you through the song intro, the verse, chords, and how to strum it all. By the end of the tutorial, you'll be able to play the entire song with a backing track.

Published: 10/30/2014 Upgrade
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Hey Jude The Beatles

Learn the Hey Jude chords as arranged for guitar in this lesson from Caren Armstrong. The Beatles songs are known for their catchy songs and this one is no different. This lesson is great for working on your bar chord strength and features a simple I-IV-V chord structure with a sneaky bVII in the outro. Learn how to play The Beatles Hey Jude and sing along with the Hey Jude lyrics in this lesson.

Published: 04/17/2014 Upgrade
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Helter Skelter The Beatles

This classic Beatles tune has raw, aggressive riffing and is considered an early precursor to the genre of heavy metal. It borrows elements of blues and rock and roll, puts everything on steroids, and is unleashed with fury.

Published: 04/14/2014 Upgrade
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Norwegian Wood The Beatles

This Beatles song in triple time is a beautiful example of the use of simplicity and repetition. It has several interesting features, including a 6/8 time signature, a signature, iconic bass/riff line, and a parallel minor key change.

Published: 10/30/2014 Upgrade
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Revolution The Beatles

Henrik is here to show you all the iconic guitar parts to "Revolution" as made famous by The Fab Four. There's a screaming guitar lick that gives way to classic rock'n'roll riffing and soloing.

Published: 10/30/2014 Upgrade
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A Hard Day's Night The Beatles

In this tutorial Henrik will show you all the iconic guitar parts of a classic Beatles tune. There are two main rhythm guitars, one lead guitar with a neat little melodic lick and one really interesting little overdub guitar.

Published: 10/30/2014 Upgrade
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Besame Mucho 2016 The Beatles

There are 2 clean electric guitar layers in this song. Guitar 1 plays lower single note lines and chords while Guitar 2 plays upper string melody lines and chord stabs. Both guitars are carefully crafted and interlocking, and stay very active throughout the tune with a mix of staccato chords with quick changes, steady strums, and single note lines connecting the changes and sections. There is a lot to learn in this song from both parts!

Published: 10/13/2016 Upgrade
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Here Comes The Sun The Beatles

Here Comes the Sun chords and tabs in this lesson will be taught with a capo on an acoustic guitar. Mike will show you how to play the strumming melodies and chords throughout the arrangement. There's straight ahead verse and chorus sections that features a specific picking pattern that make them uniquely identifiable. There's also a bridge that builds the dynamic with a contrasting time signature and arpeggiated feel. Learn all of this with Here Comes the Sun lyrics so you can sing and play at the same time.

Published: 03/16/2017 Upgrade