how to play “More Than a Feeling” on guitar by Boston – acoustic guitar lesson

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An acoustic guitar lesson on how to play “More Than a Feeling” by Boston from their 1976 debut album.

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20 comments

  1. Shutup & Play - guitar tutorials

    For more information on this lesson go here: https://www.shutupandplay.ca/more-than-a-feeling–acoustic.html

  2. Thank you for taking the time and effort to make this tutorial! So many people take this kind of thing for granted and don't realize how easy they have it. I grew up without the internet and I couldn't imagine learning guitar without it. Thank you!

  3. cam&haz dirt jumping

    i know this is old but in the first section based on the D chord, does he hit the B string before the open G string to finish off that part before moving to the other 'G' like shape or does he just go from high E string 2nd fret to open G string?

  4. Great lesson! Thanks so much.

  5. 14:39………' he does this …… the 1st time only.." ..

    Hellz YEAH….

    ..only the 1st time … lol.

    Fukin PERFECT.

  6. fell in love with this song when i was a 12 year old kid and it hit the radio in 1976 i knew jack shit about music but i knew i loved Rock and this Kicked Ass, sounded insanely good, different and special..no clue why…I just knew this was one of the most perfect songs ever composed.
    40 years later it is still one of the most perfect songs to listen to, any time,…ever.

    Oh, and CRANK it.

    PS your detail and Lessons cover ALL the little details i have listened to, obsessed over, and dreamed of understanding,…
    for 40 fukin years lol.
    Thanks again.

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  7. This was the best lesson ever.  Thanks so much for the precision.

  8. do you have tabs that I can follow?

  9. Great lesson. What size of pick did you use ?

  10. What model Taylor are you playing? Thanks for sharing!

  11. Chicken Permission

    I can't play the fucking intro, I keep plucking the wrong damn strings man

  12. Enjoyed the video, I can see you put a great deal of effort into this song. It shows, well done.

  13. Damn !!!!! I wish we had You Tube back in the 70´th !!!!!!!!!!!!

  14. This guy is the cat's ass, what a player!… (WOLVERINES!…)

  15. Some of the sweetest guitar work ever in this song Boston is a legend in my mind unbelievable vocals and monster musicians this song is so complex you do a great job showing all the little details that are hard to pick out sometimes I wonder what it is like to write and perform music like this must be mind blowing 🙂 Thanks so much for posting!

  16. Jack Armstrong III

    I've been checking out your lessons this evening for the first time, and I want to say I truly appreciate the way you teach! I've been performing live for 35 years so I'm fairly advanced, and nothing drives me more insane that waiting for the instructor to name string fret etc rather than calling the chord or individual notes in a riff, lol, even though their lesson may be spot on. Thank you for detail and direct teaching style; keep up the good work!! Yes, I subscribed ha ha ha

  17. What a sound,is that a Taylor?

  18. "First connector" is a pretty good term I think….it is a modulation, though a very brief one, as E-flat major is not in the key of G major of course, but it does serve to link the chorus to the bit that starts with that E min 7 chord which is a jaunt in D major key, another modulation, before returning to that D Mixolydian (just another perspective on G major) thing that the song starts with…but amazing detail as always! You ought to write this stuff down in standard musical notation in case civilization fails and there are no more computers to make and watch videos on! If you look at the history of notated guitar and lute music, most of it was in tablature. That was what they had for recording technology for most of the history of guitar music. Keep it up!

  19. Jeff Porcaro Groove

    anyone know where i can get acoustic guitar covers of classic rock songs…guitar only played by a professional musician? OR…guitar only covers?

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