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Cherry Oh Baby - Rolling Stones

Add to EJ Playlist  In open G: DGDGBD. This is the ultimate beginner-level Stones song.

Country Honk Lesson - Rolling Stones

Add to EJ Playlist  Standard tuning. An explanation of the chords for Country Honk.

Gimme Shelter - Rolling Stones (Standard Tuning Version)

Add to EJ Playlist  If you want to play the guitar solo along with the rhythm part, you're forced to play this in standard tuning.

Jumping Jack Flash - Rolling Stones.AVI

Add to EJ Playlist  In open D with a capo at the second fret: DADF#AD I read an interview with Keith where he said this is how he recorded it, with a Hummingbird acoustic (though I'm not doing his arrangement, I made up my own for this video). But I don't think he's ever played it live the same way he originally recorded it. The closest would be the live audio track they recorded for the original JJF single, which sounds identical to the studio version (except with electric guitars). As for the riff, there are a hundred ways to play it, and I came up with this.

Midnight Rambler - Rolling Stones

Add to EJ Playlist  Capoed up to B. Impossible to get Keith's tone, but it's a fun tune to play, easy for a beginner. The key is to keep the rhythm playing bouncy.

Sitting on a Fence - Rolling Stones

Add to EJ Playlist  I think they're tuned down a little. A good one for beginners.

Slave Lesson - Rolling Stones

Add to EJ Playlist  An explanation of the chords to Slave.

Tell Me - Rolling Stones

Add to EJ Playlist  They're tuned down for this.

Waiting on a Friend - Rolling Stones

Add to EJ Playlist  Many people think this is in open G, but it's actually in standard tuning.

Waiting on a Friend Lesson - Rolling Stones

Add to EJ Playlist  An explanation of Waiting on a Friend in standard tuning.

Winter - Rolling Stones

Add to EJ Playlist  In open A, although Keith may have used open G (DGDGBD). Same fingerings. Had a bunch of requests for this one, although it's probably the most boring Stones song to play. Great tune, though.

You Can't Always Get What You Want - Rolling Stones

Add to EJ Playlist  This is the single/edited version. It's tuned to open G and capoed up to C. This is another song that I suspect Keith used a Nashville tuning on (using only the octave strings from a 12-string set). You can hear the highest string (D) ringing pretty clearly an octave above the standard D string.

You Got the Silver - Rolling Stones

Add to EJ Playlist  I believe Keith did this in open E (capoed to F), but I've tuned to open D (same thing, just tuned lower: DADF#AD) and capoed up a little higher. I just didn't want to break my G string tuning it up. This guitar isn't set up for slide, so it's a little metallic-soundi ng on the frets. Wish I had a dobro to get the right tone!

Wild Horses - Rolling Stones

Add to EJ Playlist  In open G. This is the outtake version without most of the overdubs. For this recording, Keith used a "Nashville stringing" on his guitar -- taking the high octave strings from a 12-string set and putting those on a 6-string guitar. It doesn't sound quite as chimey when you play it with a set of regular strings, but it still sounds fine.

Not Fade Away - Rolling Stones

Add to EJ Playlist  I know Keith played the electric part without any capo or anything, but I'd swear the acoustic is capoed up. You can hear that high G# note being suspended up to A during the intro. I also tuned the low E string down to D so I could let it drone a little bit.

Midnight Rambler Lesson - Rolling Stones

Add to EJ Playlist  An explanation of how to play Midnight Rambler.

Lady Jane - Rolling Stones

Add to EJ Playlist  I do a brief -- very brief! -- explanation of the chords at the end.

Memory Motel - Rolling Stones

Add to EJ Playlist  I capo'd at the 3rd fret. The acoustic guitar is mixed awfully low in the recording, so I'm just guessing with this arrangement.

Time Waits for No One - Rolling Stones

Add to EJ Playlist  I explain the chords at the end. I'm not a big Mick Taylor fan, so I didn't do all the soloing at the end.

Hey Jude - Beatles

Add to EJ Playlist  I think it's possible John did the acoustic part with a capo at the first fret (in the video clip of the band rehearsing this in the studio, it's hard to tell if he has a capo or not), but on the David Frost promo clip, he's certainly playing it like this in F.



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