How To Play Chuck Berry Johnny B. Goode 1 Easy Electric Guitar Riffs#1 EricBlackmonGuitar HD

Note! Got Chucks birth year wrong! It’s 1926! Revised Post
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  1. EricBlackmonGuitar

    I got Chuck's birth year wrong in this video! 🙁 ! However, this video has been re-posted with the correct birth year 1926.

  2. Long live rock n roll!!!

  3. To quote John Lennon and Keith Richards – rock 'n' roll guitar never got any better than Chuck's. I've wanted to play like this for twenty years, but took the easy way out and simply strummed chords. But with your concise and clear instruction – I'm going to give it another shot. Thanks for the encouragement. 🙂

  4. You are a good teacher, thanks for taking the time to post these tutorials; it is much appreciated.

  5. awesome thnx sir

  6. Hey man, thanks !

  7. Outstanding Sir! Much thanks.

  8. Eric you master you…..
    Thank you
    God bless I still love chuck
    And miss him so much

  9. Eric my friend, three things, number 1 Mr Chuck Berry was not born he was a gift from heaven, number 2 , I understand he played in B flat because of the piano accompaniment he often used, number 3, I like the way a good guitar doesn't have to have a famous name to have a great sound. I'm learning this one Eric, superb lesson best regards Pete over the pond

  10. Thank you so much. I’ve wanted to learn to play this classic for so long and you’ve opened the door to possible.

  11. excellent

  12. you look like chuck when he was young

  13. Hey now, that is the "Michael J – Back to the Future" Guitar.

  14. eric be good

  15. Great teacher!

  16. This really helped me a lot. I nailed it! Thank you very much and God bless you brother.

  17. Eric, I love this lesson.

  18. Freddy the Freeloader

    I met Chuck numerous times about 20 years ago. I was working as a security officer on the Alton Belle Casino in Alton, Illinois, where he would often come to gamble. Nice fellow. I never did a chance to see him play his guitar, though.

  19. Wow thank you for this easy tutorial i‘m a beginner

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