Stand By Me – Ben E. King – Acoustic Guitar Lesson (Easy)

An acoustic guitar lesson of my interpretation of the classic Ben E. King song – Stand By Me. Suitable for beginners (4 chords with 1 barre chord for practice). Please note: I have tuned my guitar down half a step for the vocal; to play in the same key as the Ben E. King or John Lennon versions keep your guitar in standard tuning. You can access a tutorial for detuning half a step at the following link: Loads more free lessons can be found at Guitar Tutor Man’s official website: where you can also find a song sheet for this video 🙂 Please support my video creation by clicking here: 🙂


  1. Thanks Mr. Robinson!! You are very good at this, I hope someday I can be as good guitar player as you!! THANKS A LOT!!
    Subscribed and Like!!

  2. bellissima….suonata veramente bene !!! grande

  3. How regulate sound in Guitar

  4. nice

  5. Very simple and easy, thank you very much! Just subscribed to follow your future tutorials! nice job ;)

  6. I am grateful you keep making it easy for us. Thanks a lot.

  7. very well.

  8. Some people actually gave this a thumbs down? Communist turds.

  9. hell I needed tutorial like this one!

  10. Excelent, greetings for México!

  11. i love the way u teaches thanks a lot, even am a beginer i still fit into your style

  12. Thanks for the lesson

  13. thank you Allan you made this less painful….very smart way to teach

  14. Nice, I'm with you on this one, love playing along, Thanks for teaching me this great song, I'm addicted to playing it.

  15. so nice… thankyou for your tutorial

  16. Do you record song by microphone ?Sound gud though..

  17. i like the way you sing and play guitar!
    You are amazing…

  18. i like this song ^_^
    thankz to you Sir Alan
    now i know it ^_^

  19. Demasiado bueno aprendo muchas rolas con tigo saludos desde costa rica 

  20. Thanks for your classes,they are very usefull,and happy new year….with more songs

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