Alright – Supergrass – Acoustic Guitar Lesson

An acoustic guitar lesson of my interpretation of the classic Supergrass song – Alright. (to play in the same key as the original use standard tuning). Please note: I have tuned my guitar down a half step (1 fret) for the vocal. You can access a tutorial for detuning by half a step at the following link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s5Y7c… Loads more free lessons can be found at Guitar Tutor Man’s official website: http://guitar.freemovies.co.uk where you can find a song sheet for this video 🙂 Please support my video creation by clicking here: http://www.gofundme.com/guitartutorman 🙂
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19 comments

  1. Francisco Boada Bolaños

    Amazing !!!

  2. very good friend congratuleicion

  3. Can you make a "Beast of Burden" tutorial by The Stones?

  4. Alan, you do not get enough recognition or praise for your videos… Awesome lessons please keep em' coming!!!!

  5. Love that! Thanks for adding the tutorial for detuning 1 fret. Thanks for not assuming we know all of that! I love your site!

  6. brilliant

  7. great lesson, thanks Alan!…

  8. Good video, can you do End of a Century by Blur? I really like all of your videos, really helped me. Greetings from Argentina :)

  9. sebastianus harvey caesar

    Greg Graffin – Don't be afraid to run and lesson please!!!

  10. Great work !

  11. Ahh yes the perfect summer song from the 90s!!  Well done Alan!

  12. A Cracker song and lesson Alan

  13. Love it! Such a nostalgic song.

  14. Nice song!!!

  15. awesome work! Im impressed how your channel are growing! cheers from chile!

  16. Class tune and tutorial!

  17. love your video's pal but plz do a tutorial for the acoustic version of your crazy by guns n roses I know it's not your kind of lyrics but it's a great tune that revolves around E, A and D but there are some niggly bits I can't suss out

  18. hey, just found you again, lost all my old sub's, super lesson, many thanks and subbed again!

  19. Good one.. you do do great helpful videos..

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