Subscribe for new songs every week! https://goo.gl/L7cTLq
Check out my theory and technique channel! https://goo.gl/L9eY76
Take Lessons With Me! https://goo.gl/G6bdPJ
Follow GuitarLessons365 on Twitter! https://twitter.com/guitarlessonscb
Please help support my lessons on Patreon. http://www.patreon.com/guitarlessons365
Click here for my Alice in Chains playlist featuring ALL of my Alice in Chains song lessons! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOBqO_KghqI66MSNIyOJWTYl4M-J3PDPY
In this lesson we are going to take an in depth look at how to play the unplugged version of “Down In A Hole” by Alice In Chains.
This stripped down version of this great 90’s hard rock classic, is simple yet very effective.
In this Down In A Hole unplugged guitar lesson I will show you a nice version to play of this great song that works well on just one acoustic guitar.
On the original live recording, Alice In Chains had a second guitarist helping them fill out the more intimate acoustic setting, but you won’t need him here!
The intro is based around 3 simple chords and is the only time in the song that guitarist Jerry Cantrell uses fingerpicking to create the melodic material within those chords.
As the band comes in we continue to play the same three chords in a arpeggiated picking style. The picking here is pretty random so it is more about recreating the sound and the style instead of learning everything note-for-note.
The chorus gets a little bit more adventurous using a melody over drone a note-for-note, arpeggio picking and power chords.
This song doesn’t use and barre chords and includes a few different simple techniques. Because of this I think it would be a great study for the beginning guitarist. There is nothing here that will challenge you very much. All around a great song that is very accessible.
Video Rating: / 5