how to play “Babe, I’m Gonna Leave You” on guitar by Led Zeppelin – acoustic guitar lesson part 1

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An acoustic guitar lesson on how to play “Babe, I’m Gonna Leave You” by Led Zeppelin.



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  2. Really great playing!

  3. whew !!! awesomeness bro !! Thanks for this video

  4. Great lesson! Any chance of making the backing track to the shortned version available 4 download?

  5. Andy – Sometimes I watch and listen to you, and I say, Why did God give HIM so much talent, and not a little more for ME?….THEN, I remember that natural talent only can HELP – It's the HARD WORK, the Hours of practice…Anyway, you play this song so incredibly good it makes me nauseous, haha….If I had a Million bucks, I'd give you HALF, just to come to my house and teach it to me over and over, till it sounded close to your version….Rock On, my friend…..

  6. great video,thanks!! is that a taylor 414ce?

  7. Does it matter whether I play it the way played in the video or with thumb picking the top 3 strings, index G, middle B, ring E?


    u would have soooo many subs if you werent dr death:) show the face handsome

  9. Man, this is such good stuff! Thanks.

  10. Jimmy Page himself does the thumb over so, um, that's probably the way to do it.

  11. This is fun:)

  12. Rising sun feel

  13. Gorgeous playing. Thanks.

  14. Great tutorials simply the best around. Really clear well broken down it's really helpful. Excellent work. What guitar are playing btw it sounds amazing. Cheers

  15. Do you have tabs. I couldn't figure out your E chord believe it or not. It looked like you were holding an E7?

  16. Great tips I've been doing it the typical way for years having learned by ear at first then tabs so I never thought to use my thumb and alternate the e an b with my ring.

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