How to Play Wanted Dead or Alive On Acoustic Guitar – Bon Jovi Song Lesson

How to Play Wanted Dead or Alive On Acoustic Guitar – Bon Jovi Song Lesson
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Bon Jovi made a massive splash in the 80s with a brand of rock that harkened back to the 70s while incorporating some of the flash of the best hair bands of the 80s. Slippery When Wet was a huge album that spawned several hits, but it was the part acoustic, part electric splendor of Wanted Dead or Alive that caught the attention of the guitar slingers. Bon Jovi guitarist Richie Sambora knows his stuff. In this lesson from Guitar Control, you’ll learn how to play Wanted Dead or Alive on acoustic guitar with Jon MacLennan.

There are some very cool Wanted Dead or Alive chords. The song has several awesome characteristics that make it a fun one to learn. From the descending intro arpeggio pattern to the cool little blues sounding licks and the power chords throughout, Wanted Dead or Alive is a great song to learn no matter what skill level you’re at. Learn to play Wanted Dead or Alive in all its glory in this Wanted Dead or Alive guitar lesson. The Wanted Dead or Alive guitar intro is one of the most recognizable song openings in rock. Countless guitarists have spent time trying to learn this one. Jon shows it to you in this Richie Sambora guitar lesson from Guitar Control. You can learn how to play Wanted Dead or Alive by Bon Jovi from start to finish and add this killer tune to your repertoire.

Once you’ve learned how to play Wanted Dead or Alive with this Wanted Dead or Alive guitar lesson, you can chill out and enjoy playing this cool song and all the little parts that make it so special. Wanted Dead or Alive by Bon Jovi is a great song to lay down at your next gathering of friends. Everybody knows it and you’ll be the hit of the party. Check out this Bon Jovi guitar lesson and learn to play Wanted Dead or Alive on guitar today. It’s a fun song with a lot of cool easy guitar techniques you can wrap your fingers around.


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6 comments

  1. This would be really useful – if the camera angle was showing the fret board face on … otherwise a good try – no enough 12 string lessons for this…

  2. nice David Spade lol

  3. Very nice lesson! You Rock…………

  4. Hey John, I do this, but with a double drop D tuning. It gives me a drone from the open 2nd string, (till ya reach the ending 'D)'. Do you have any lead covers from Andy Gold, (L. Ronstadt's "You're No Good"). Hey, I'm a BeaTle Tribber freak, and I see you do some of their stuff as well, how bout "AYBCS", both leads, one guitar?Thanx again. Gb bg

  5. Way to go John-Bon, Lol! Gb bg

  6. Great and thanks!!!

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