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An electric guitar lesson on how to play “Stay With Me” by The Faces from their 1971 album “A Nod Is As Good As A Wink …to A Blind Horse.”



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  2. Cut time…. LOL… marching band's comin' through, Andy! 😉

  3. John Hutsenpiller Jr

    Please do Debris from a nod is as good as a wink to a blind horse (sick phrase for a album in my opinion)
    thanks Sir, all the best !

  4. Thank you thank you thank you! Love this song and I’ve been wanting a good lesson/demo. Keep up the great work!

  5. Bravo Maestro !!

  6. more fun

  7. My favorite band, my favorite song and the best guitar teacher on the web. I let out an audible wooo hoo when I opened my email. As usual, you nailed it. Two guitars? No wonder I never quite "got it".

    Few bands could equal the faces playing live. It was brilliant drunken chaos.

    Speaking of Ian Mclagan- search YouTube for his "Never say Never" video. Listen to the lyrics, if that doesn't bring a tear to your eyes nothing will. Simplest guitar ever in that song (besides Smoke on the Water of course) but it's just perfect.

    Time to sneak down the cellar and break out the Les Paul…I know how my weekend will be spent. Thank you…Thank you….Thank you. Time to donate.

  8. Awesome. So you've recently done some Stones, link that up with Ron Wood to get to the Faces. And Ron Wood would take you back to the Jeff Beck Group. How about something off the Truth album? "I Ain't Superstitious" perhaps?

  9. Rod Stewart…lol…who he was supposed to be..can't argue that!

  10. Might as well and stay in the 70’s and do Tommy Bolin Wild Dogs acoustic version next.

  11. Completely agree with you about Stewart. He was in his prime when he was fronting The Faces. Love everything by these guys. Great choice for a lesson.

  12. Thanks for this, you are right, an amazing intro

  13. ty…Ty….TY….Thank You for this lesson!!

  14. great lesson as usual, thx

  15. Hey Andy
    Since we are in the 70's  what do you think about something from Frampton Comes Alive.
    I was thinking "I'll Give You"Money
    I think the solos in that song would be cool to learn. Everybody had that album in my day and most of the other songs have already been covered elsewhere but have never seen that one.
    Anyway love your lessons, try to contribute every time I see a song I want to learn whether I actually learn it or not is an entirely different story, really enjoy watching you play.

  16. I love you man! This came at the perfect time I have be starting to play this and you sir de mistified the fills and as a bonus even show the slide! A donation is coming your way! Guys he is always spot on, best teacher on you tube! SEND A DONATION IF YOU CAN we gotta support this man efforts! Thanks again for the great work..

  17. I don't know if you take requests but if you do,please make a tutorial on The Small Faces song as well.Particularly Sha la la leeee

  18. So good! What a great selection to work on, and you killed it as usual… I always thought there was more than one guitar in the intro, as well. Guess that’s why I never came close to even trying to learn this. But now you’re giving me hope! Thanks!

  19. I agree, one of the greatest all-time opening riffs. Nice job!

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