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Moneytalks Guitar Lesson – AC/DC

FavoriteLoadingBookmark this Lesson. In this Moneytalks guitar lesson video, I will show you how to play this AC/DC classic note-for-note, including the solo.

Throughout all all the verse and pre-chorus sections, Angus and Malcolm Young pretty much pay the same thing. However, during the intro and chorus sections, they play two separate guitar parts the compliment each other very well and create a really full guitar sound. I will show you how to play all of those rhythm guitar parts.

Malcolm Young's rhythm guitar parts in these sections are a lot more difficult to play the Angus Young's. You will be strumming full chords while also carrying a melody over them.

Towards the end of the video lesson, I will show you how to play Angus Young's killer guitar solo note-for-note.

There are a lot of really cool bluesy bends in this solo, but nothing to overly fast so it should be a good one to learn if you are an intermediate level player or higher.

I hope you guys enjoy learning this catchy rock classic from the great AC/DC!

Carl...

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Moneytalks Guitar Lesson - AC/DC

2 Comments

  1. Megan on June 3, 2017 at 4:05 pm

    Hey Carl, could you do Fall to Pieces by Velvet Revolver?

  2. Greg Kohls on June 22, 2019 at 9:17 am

    Hey Carl, I’ve really enjoyed your online video lessons and its helped more through more then one song I was struggling to pick up by ear. I would much appreciate at some point if you could do a lesson on “All she wrote” by Firehouse. I’ve been struggling to pick up this one completely on my own.

    Thanks

    Greg

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