Angie Guitar Lesson Video – The Rolling Stones

In this video guitar lesson you will learn "Angie" by The Rolling Stones in it's entirety.

This beautiful acoustic tune is played with multiple guitars, but we will learn how to recreate them for just one acoustic guitar part.

In this Angie guitar lesson we will not only focus on the chords but the various fills done by Keith Richards as well.

Having said that, this Angie guitar lesson is pretty straight forward and easily approachable by just about any level of guitarist. There are a few more difficult thumb chords throughout, but other than that it should be pretty smooth sailing for anyone who knows their basic chords.

Have fun with this Angie guitar lesson! It is definitely a campfire classic!

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Angie Guitar Lesson Video


  1. Dennis Ott on February 26, 2015 at 1:04 pm

    Great lesson, one of my most favorite songs.

  2. Michael Mariani on March 29, 2015 at 4:21 pm

    Thank you so much for all your hard work and generosity. I have been trying to learn to play all my life, but kept getting frustrated and intimidated, Until I was lucky enough to find Guitarlessons365. Your lessons and manner of teaching are Accurate, Fun, and Inspiring. I’m not a big computer person, yet the way it’s done is so user-friendly that I can concentrate on my guitar not the computer. I feel I owe you a huge debt of gratitude. Until I found your site I’ve always been embarrassed by my lack of progress, Now people are amazed at how my playing and understanding of the instrument have improved.(That’s always been a dream of mine.) Your honest and humble approach are surpassed only by your talent as a musician and a teacher.
    I was wondering if it would be possible to get lesson’s for Y&T’s ” I’ll Cry for You” as well as Elisa Toffali and Ennio Morricone’s ” Ancora Qui” they are two beautiful songs and I don’t believe anything instructional exists for either one. They would be great contributions to your song list. I have and will continue to tell everyone about your website. Thank you for all the inspiration.

    • Carl Brown on March 30, 2015 at 7:49 pm

      Hey Michael, thanks a bunch for the very kind message. It is great to hear how well you are doing with the lessons. By the way, if you ever have any questions at all about the lessons I am just an email away. 🙂

      I will definitely look into your song requests. When I choose songs to put on the site I usually have to decide the level of interest or maybe uniqueness of the lesson. Since all of those song lessons are so time consuming I really have to make sure plenty of people will watch the lesson over the coming years or else it would have been for nothing. I will check out those tracks though!


  3. john on November 5, 2022 at 7:49 pm

    this song looks hard but I am gonna give it a try. Thanks Carl

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