Learn How to Play Whole Lotta Love by Led Zeppelin- Guitar Lesson (Guitar Cover) by Steve Stine

Learn How to Play Whole Lotta Love by Led Zeppelin- Guitar Lesson (Guitar Cover) by Steve Stine

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In this guitar lesson, Steve Stine breaks down the fundamentals to play the rhythm and solo parts to Whole Lotta Love by Led Zeppelin. So you can sound authentic when you play this classic rock tune on your guitar.

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He holds a bachelor’s degree in music education from Minnesota State University Moorhead and has played lead-guitar in bands that have toured throughout the U.S. and U.K. He’s also a featured instructor at Guitar World Magazine and the former professor of Modern Guitar Studies at North Dakota State University. Steve is considered the world’s top instructor because his students see noticeable improvements in their playing, fast.


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  2. Please go to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XhjPCZo90j8 for correct way to play intro.

  3. Kool Steve you are the man !

  4. Thank you U tube ,!

  5. Guitar



  6. merci beaucoup, ça aide bien

  7. WoW now this is how you teach guitar!

  8. Great Vid! Thanks Bro!

  9. Great tutorial and fun-based approach to playing- thanks Steve.

  10. Nice Steve!!! Awesome technique!!You Rock!!

  11. This is a great rocksong for beginner rock guitarists.

  12. I just about I tore my fingertips off trying to bend that 20 up there!

  13. Cynthia Meirah Voormeij

    You'll look so much lovelier with shorter hair… Love the piece…

  14. Steve could you please do a video on bending. Mostly on the distance. Wether it's. Half whole or double. I have terrible time finding the right spot I'm usually flat. Ty.

  15. Thanks man!

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  17. He’s a nice guy. Good job.

  18. Thank you. This is so awesome because it's broken down so thoughtfully.

  19. I have recently put strings on my sons guitar and trying to help him learn the best I can I played along time ago but am having to relearn stuff and teach him basic stuff what is the best thing I can do to not let him get discouraged

  20. What kind of distortion are you using?

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