Every once in a while I run into a cool tune. This song definitely fits the description. I had no idea bands like this currently existed but you learn something new every day. It’s got a a throwback sort of punk sound that I really like. I went ahead and posted a lesson below with tabs. I cover all the different riffs in the song. If you are looking for Virtual or In Person lessons, please check out my lessons page.
I know, I know, this is not originally by Måneskin, but these lessons are based off of their version. A lot of people think it’s a Madcon song. It’s not. Matter of fact it was written by Peggy Farino who was know for the song “My Boyfriend’s Back” (and you’re gonna be in trouble), and one of the dudes from The Four Seasons. Anyway I love the Måneskin version and have done several lessons for the song on YouTube. Below are all the lessons I have made for this song. Enjoy!
My most popular lesson for Beggin’. vvvv
My most accurate lesson for Beggin’. vvvv
And of course the easiest way to play Beggin’. vvvv
I’ll be honest, I don’t know a ton about BTS, but I recently did another blog post about them here about their tune “Butter”. They have a fun sound and I can hear the appeal. Rap Monster or RM is the leader of the group and writer of the track Bicycle. The guitar work in the track is great and I thought I would make a lesson for the song. Below is that lesson. Let me know how it goes!
I may be late to the game on this lesson but I always get a kick out of Wilbur Soot songs, so here it is. I think almost every Wilbur Soot song has an alternate tuning. Which is totally cool and gives the song a unique sound, but it makes it tougher on beginners to be detuning their instrument. So here below I have made a lesson for Jubilee Line in Standard Tuning for all you Wilbur fans out there. Let me know how it goes! Also visit my lessons page if you want to take virtual lessons from me. Like my guitar? View my gear list here.
On January 8th Olivia Rodrigo released her song “Drivers License”. On January 9th it was already at the top of US iTunes. TikTok fans snatched up this song as it went viral. Listening to the track you can hear why it went viral. It has all the ingredients. Tween appeal, heartbreak, honesty, and great vocals. Below I have two lessons from my YouTube channel. Both guitar and ukulele. Check ’em out!
Drivers License Guitar Lesson
Drivers License Ukulele Lesson
Here’s the guitar I used.
Here’s the ukulele I used
The first time I saw the video for this tune I knew I had to make a guitar lesson for it. I hadn’t heard about Wilbur Soot until early January 2021. Apparently this is his 6th single release, and wow this guy makes videos that go viral. The song is hilarious and he’s no slouch as a guitarist and songwriter. He knows how to give the people what they want.
Below is my guitar lesson for the song. At the time of writing this I have about 30k views and a solid 1.1k likes 🙂 and 4 dislikes :(. I’d say those are solid numbers, for a guitar lesson anyway, so you know you are getting a quality lesson here! Enjoy!