One of the most classic riffs ever

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hey Friend,

On one particular day back in
high school, I was in one of
those unavoidable debates
about who’s the best guitar player.

My favorite was of course Hendrix, but
my friend preferred Jimmy Page.

Eventually, he conceded that
“ok maybe Hendrix is the best
guitarist, but Jimmy Page is
the best stoned-out guitarist”.

lmao…

I just remembered that because
today I want to share a lesson
from shredder-gal Alejandra,
showing how to play the riff
from Black Dog, one of the
most classic (and at the same
time unique) songs.

You know, the one that goes:
“Hey hey mama said the way you move…..”

Check it out:

HOW TO PLAY BLACK DOG BY LED ZEPPELIN

I always love to learn new songs
on my guitar… or re-learn
old songs that I’ve forgotten.

I’m actually working now on
a new batch of tunes for
Ultimate Guitar Song Collection 3,
which will be released hopefully
late this year.

Even I refer back to my own
song courses when I need
to brush up on my repertoire!

The nice thing is how I’ve laid
all the parts in easy to read
chord charts. (plus I give
you all the key licks and riffs too).

If you don’t already have volume 1, 2,
or both, go here:

GUITAR SONG COLLECTION

Rock on,

Claude Johnson

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