(Sittin' On ) The Dock Of Bay – Otis Redding – Easy Beginner Song Guitar Lesson (BS-402)

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Guitar Lesson Tutorial: Sittin’ on the dock of the bay-Otis Redding
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In this easy beginner guitar lesson we’re going to learn (Sittin On) The Dock Of The Bay by Otis Redding – we look at the chords, strumming patterns and even the cool little lead lick in the Chorus!

The Justin Guitar Beginners Songbook contains 100 songs specifically structured for beginners and there are 10 songs for each stage of the Beginners Course.

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Taught by Justin Sandercoe.

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  1. Anthony Navarro

    Dude you make it easy….(easy on you)

  2. Jalle Clayhills

    i begs you never disrespect otis and sing that song cuz u are wack mate

  3. just in case you didn't know. Ottis started whistling at the end because he didn't know how to finish the song. His intention was to come back later and finish it, but of course he never did.

  4. Thanks I keep learning from you!

  5. Mitchell Gehrmann

    This guy is the cats pyjamas

  6. When do you play the bridge?

  7. carlos peral serrano

    Thank, perfect didactic, congratulations, from Spain, Carlos

  8. Thanks buddy, really enjoyed learning one of my fave tunes. Cant wait to cover this!✌

  9. Hi Justin, this is a great tutorial and is really helping me with this song, and your attention to "the push" is probably something I can apply with a lot of future songs. One questions: are the top three strings on your guitar steel?

  10. vodoo57 alessio

    I was wondering… How do you decide to play with pushes or not?

  11. Utkarsh Kukreti

    I loved watching him. Cool

  12. Thank you so much Justin. I been working hard on Dock of the Bay, If It Makes You Happy,
    and Folsom Prison Blues and you taught me do much. You are an excellent teacher.

  13. Can you possibly do a tutorial on Otis Redding's I've Got Dreams to Remember?

  14. They should have statues of Justin,Andy and Marty they are our generals of guitars

  15. I have been playing for 3 years now and Justin really goes into detail.
    I just watch the hard parts over and over until I get it. Practice makes permanent. Thanks Justin

  16. Great Justin!!  Thank You sooo much  🙂

  17. Better late than sorry, Thanks Justin.

  18. Jacopo Tersigni

    saying the chord changes in the middle of the lyrics is a little awkward but it freaking works! thanks man

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