St. James Infirmary Guitar Lesson – Learn how to play St. James Infirmary on Guitar – EP261

In this week’s guitar lesson, you’ll learn how to play a solo arrangement of the classic “St. James Infirmary” on guitar. This is played with a pick and requires no accompaniment. Works on acoustic or electric guitar.

To view the Part 2 video and to download the tablature for this lesson, visit, https://www.activemelody.com/lesson/st-james-infirmary-solo-guitar-composition-ep261/

14 comments

  1. What The Alvarez Makes An Appearance!!

  2. Great piece and a great lesson. Thanks very much!

  3. Great arrangement and lesson.

    btw. Beautiful guitar, great sound.
    love the sound of 12 fretters.

  4. Beg to the Roots

    This lesson is incredible! Lots and lots and lots of information "between" the lines FOR FREE!!! Many thanks, Sir!

  5. great lesson, love the format, hopefully you will do something similar for fingerpickers

  6. This is so awesome. This is classic and classy. Thank you. More stuff like this please

  7. Of all the versions out there, Joe Cocker’s is my favorite ♣️

  8. Mateus Perigrino

    Best blues acoustic guitar's teacher

  9. I also recommend the Hugh Laurie version. It's something else.

    Thanks for the lesson. This one will take me a while to master. It's a challenging standard. 🙂

  10. This is too cool !

  11. Salt and lime life Pcbflausa

    classic instruction br'r !

  12. Philip Fontaine

    Thanks for explaining in detail, understanding is more than half the battle for me and parsing this melody is a great help.

  13. this is a great choice…love it.

  14. Always a favorite of mine. Thanks! I like the darker background.

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