Favorites from the 90's
These are some of the best 90s songs and the artists included here are from award-winning artists like Eric Clapton, Metallica, Blink-182, and more. The 90s were full of great music, but these years also saw the beginnings of some of our most celebrated acts today. Take a listen and learn a thing or two from these great tracks!
Drive was a hit in the 90s- an alt-rock blend of acoustic guitar and hip-hop rhythms. We'll look at the structure of the song, show you how the song was written and performed on acoustic guitar. Drive incorporates jazz chords, a hip-hop rhythm, and a hypnotic slide guitar solo that is saturated by effects!Published: 08/25/2009 Upgrade
In these 20 lessons, Michael Elsner will dig up all the details for the prog rock song "Pull Me Under", recorded and performed by Dream Theater. Michael will talk about the chords you need to know, the three verse variations, the various pre-chorus and chorus elements, the progression under the keyboard solo, the guitar solo, the extra parts in the song, the song outro, then some final thoughts. Then it's time to play it through!Published: 11/14/2011 Upgrade
In these eleven lessons, Douglas Showalter will teach you the parts to "All You Wanted", by Michelle Branch. Douglas will be using a capo at the first fret, and will start with the electric clean picking parts and lead licks in the three verses and the overdriven parts in the chorus section. Then we'll break down the bridge, a lead melody, and the ending of the song. Then it's time to play along with Douglas through the song, and finally take center stage and play it yourself with the "band".Published: 08/15/2012 Upgrade
In this tutorial, Mike Olekshy will teach you "One Week", by Barenaked Ladies. After a song introduction and a look at gear and tones, Mike will lay out the acoustic parts for the chorus, verse and pre-chorus. The electric verse and chorus come next, then we'll examine the interlude parts. There'll be a single guitar verse lesson, then the full and single guitar performances. We conclude with a jam along.Published: 06/05/2013 Upgrade
In these lessons we'll be learning the power-pop punk song "What's My Age Again?" as made famous by Blink-182. Douglas Showalter will take you through the main arpeggiated guitar riff in the verse, the second verse, the elements of the choruses and how they change up, the instrumental bridge section, the outro variation and ending, plus a full play along to get you putting it all together and performing the song.Published: 12/11/2010 Upgrade
In this series, we'll walk through the basic elements of this Megadeth tune: the verse hooks, pre-chorus, chorus, power chords, and solo, and then put it together in a playalong. Oh yes, and we'll crush the solo, too. Get ready.Published: 02/16/2010 Upgrade