how to play “Over the Hills and Far Away” on guitar by “Led Zeppelin” – acoustic guitar lesson

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An acoustic guitar lesson on how to play “Over the Hills and Far Away” by Led Zeppelin.



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  1. Shutup & Play - guitar tutorials
  2. What is his guitar?

  3. thank you from the new keyboard player to the led cover band "NO QUARTER',

  4. At 15:40 B3 and G4 ?

  5. Gabrieldeak123 Deak

    1:30 trying to do this sound with my guitar…

  6. "Those of you who aren't used to pulling off" What guy do you know who isn't very experienced with pulling off, if you know what I mean.

  7. Thank you for taking the time to make this.

  8. Dude that is awesome

  9. I can't play the guitar; but WHAAAAT A SONG THIS IS! I actually can't get over how enjoyable this is to listen to. Maybe one day I'll play it. If I do I don't know if I'll be able to stop

  10. Great Tutorial you are a great player sir

  11. I'm taking a guitar 101 class and I think this is going to be my first song I really learn to play because it's one of my favorites!

  12. Really great lesson .
    Now that l can play it pretty good… thanks to this vid… trying to sing it at the same time is a whole different animal. Especially the ending. Won't take long though if l shut up and play.

  13. This was one of the first songs I began learning, took me like a month of finger pain and hours of playing till I felt somewhat happy with how it sounded.. but in the end I acquired some very useful techniques like the hammer-on, pull-offs, slides and given the tricky rhythm in this song I was also able to get used to following weird patterns. All thanks to the detail in explanation. To be honest a month sounds like a lot at first, but when I started I never thought I could make "over the hills and far away" sound like it did after a month..

  14. You're the only one I've seen on you tube get the chords right at timestamp 21 seconds to 25 seconds.

  15. good job on that one….I really like it but you cleared up a few things….some I got right but a few important things that really helped. Thanks!

  16. This vid is so dang good. Thanks!

  17. Great lesson! I just sent off a donation and I hope more people do as well. Thank you so much for all the work you have put into this. It is by far the best one on youtube.

  18. You're just the master. Great Tute, as they all are.

  19. can you make it so that i can watch "how to play going to california"? When i try to watch it, it says it's not available in my country. i live in the US.

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