The Rolling Stones Songs

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Wild Horses (Made Easy) The Rolling Stones

Mike will show you how to play a made easy version of this tune using simple strumming patterns, open chords and barre chords, and dynamics.

Published: 01/08/2015 Upgrade
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(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction (Made Easy) The Rolling Stones

Mike will show you this classic early rock tune based on R&B and the blues. This tutorial is beginner level using an acoustic guitar, but any guitar is suitable to learn the song this way. All the parts are adapted to simple open chords, and add an easy strumming pattern.

Published: 01/08/2015 Upgrade
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(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction The Rolling Stones

Mike will show you the two guitar parts that make up this classic early rock tune based on R&B and the blues. There is an electric guitar that plays one of the most iconic rock riffs of all time, as well as some cool R&B influenced rhythm guitar. Guitar 2 is an acoustic guitar that plays a steady strumming groove throughout.

Published: 01/08/2015 Upgrade
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You Can't Always Get What You Want (Made Easy) The Rolling Stones

Caren will show you how to play a made easy version of this song that teaches you all the chords and parts to play along with the band on this iconic tune.

Published: 12/17/2015 Upgrade
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Honky Tonk Women (Made Easy) The Rolling Stones

Mike will show you how to play a made easy version of this classic rock song. He also includes a bonus lesson that expands upon the open chords to include some suspended chord extensions that is a hallmark of the Stones sound.

Published: 03/07/2016 Upgrade
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Little Red Rooster (Made Easy) The Rolling Stones

Caren will show you how to strum an easy guitar part along with this classic blues tune. She will show you the three chords required to play along with the tune. This is required material for just about any blues jam, and in this tutorial we'll learn an easy acoustic guitar part to strum along with the band!

Published: 03/14/2018 Upgrade
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Just My Imagination (Running Away With Me) The Rolling Stones

In this tutorial we're gonna break down the studio version of "Just My Imagination" as made famous by The Rolling Stones. This studio version of this song is chock full of great rhythm guitar playing! In these lessons we'll break down each of the guitar parts and look at how they all contribute to the overall sound of the track. After we've broken down the three guitar parts, I'll play through the song, and we'll talk about how you can adapt everything you learn to other musical contexts.

Published: 01/20/2010 Upgrade
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Going To A Go-Go The Rolling Stones

Tom Finch will show you the funky, rock and blues cover of a classic R&B tune!The rhythm guitar plays a driving and funky groove while the rhythm section lays it down. There is very little harmonic movement but plenty of soul!

Published: 09/15/2014 Upgrade
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Ain't Too Proud To Beg The Rolling Stones

Tom will show you this classic R&B tune played in a rock n roll style. There's a rhythm guitar plays a driving and funky groove and a lead guitar that adds a tasty lead.

Published: 10/21/2014 Upgrade
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Love In Vain The Rolling Stones

Anders will show this cover of the classic Robert Johnson blues tune. You'll learn the lonely acoustic that opens the song, the altered 12 bar form, the very moody electric slide guitar in the mix that adds a lot to the overall vibe and how to imitate the sound of the mandolin heard on the original recording. The guitar parts in this song are very loose and jammy, but at first we'll condense both the acoustic and electric parts into a more concise part that we can break down practice. Then after that I'll show you how to approach all the different variations that they use throughout the song, so that ultimately you can come up with your own interpretation of these parts. We'll also talk about how to get both your acoustic and electric tones just right, how to use a capo to change the key and much more. The song is in the key of Bb, and the song features a slow 12/8 and the quarter note equals XX bpm. So let's get started!

Published: 09/04/2014 Upgrade
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Paint It Black The Rolling Stones

Mike will show you all the guitar parts to this rock classic: the single note melodies and riffs, open chords, acoustic strumming patterns, and even adapt the iconic sitar lines for guitar.

Published: 06/15/2015 Upgrade
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19th Nervous Breakdown The Rolling Stones

Mike will show you all 3 clean electric guitars. There are distinctive riffs an iconic hook and bonus guitar layer that appears in the outro to mimic the "dive bomb" bass overdub heard in the original recording.

Published: 01/08/2015 Upgrade
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Wild Horses The Rolling Stones

Mike will show you all the parts to this classic rock ballad based on R&B and country ideas. There are steady acoustic strumming, dynamics and harmonics, as well as some country-influenced lead techniques using a combination of acoustic and electric guitars.

Published: 01/08/2015 Upgrade
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Gimme Shelter The Rolling Stones

Mike will show you all the rocking parts of this Stones classic. Both guitar layers: the rhythm guitar that combines plucking and picking to give the tune its distinctive sound and the lead guitar that adds another layer of drama with some bluesy-rock based licks.

Published: 11/05/2015 Upgrade
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You Can't Always Get What You Want The Rolling Stones

Mike will show you both guitar layers: an acoustic guitar that plays the basic chord progression throughout the song and a clean electric guitar that adds an additional layer of licks and rhythms that build the arrangement.

Published: 06/15/2015 Upgrade