how to play “Whole Lotta Love” by Led Zeppelin – rhythm guitar lesson

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An electric guitar lesson on how to play the rhythm guitar parts to “Whole Lotta Love” by Led Zeppelin.



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  1. Shutup & Play - guitar tutorials

    For more information on this lesson go here:–rhythm-and-solo.html

  2. snappytoetapper6

    What a cool video. I love the name " shut up and play". I had s friend that use to say almost the same thing back in the eighties. Except one small difference. He use to say " shut up and chop". Guess what we were doing…

  3. …actually on the intro slide up ….the second slide up A is open ….watch Steve Stevens of Billy Idol demonstrate ….

  4. In really its man touch good.The cover of kashmir is good.

  5. Yup, your details are true. I've seen enough of repeats their concerts to confirm that for you.

  6. Great explanation love your work

  7. Wow, watched several vids on this. Yours nails everything the others missed, thanks!

  8. It sound strange but you are truly better than Jimmy Page.

  9. love your lessons.. its so detailed and you have such a sharp ears to hear each and every sound that the guitar makes.. you are amazing man

  10. Best lesson for that song on the web: great playing, great tone, all the details and subtilities described to sound like the original without too much useless blablabla. Thanks a lot!!

  11. Outstanding with such details and calm talks, UNIQUE

  12. nice tut, but look like ur watchin through a 99' – Webcam..

    What happened?

  13. I Got Those West Runnin' Blues & There Aint Not a Single Thing I Can Do No…

  14. is the first not 6 string 7th fret?

  15. wheres the slide up to the first note?

  16. As you said, Page goes for feel more than perfection.
    That being said, I'd settle for his level of imperfection with any guitarists that I might play with. Yeah, I'd settle for having Jimmy Page in my band. After all, Jonesy and Tony Franklin seemed to survive so I think I could too. Great video!

  17. you are missing the open D drone on the main riff.

  18. that's a perfect lesson. it can not be done better. great. like it.

  19. isn't that unison double D note?

  20. I like the sound that has more punch in it, so great job.

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